How to Save Energy to Be Productive: Short Story for Pre-Kindergarten

Pre KindergartenLesson: 308

How to Save Energy to Be Productive: Short Story for Pre-Kindergarten

An imaginative and educational story about Albert the Dinosaur begins this lesson. In this story titled, "Albert’s Energy," he unintentionally uses all of his built up energy because of one negative action. What can the pre-kindergartners learn from Albert’s story? That’s right! It’s how to properly use and build up their gift of energy!

Here, the students practice what they have learned in the previous lesson about energy and how to manage it. They use the "Energy Ups and Downs" poster as a guide. Then, they share what they think are other ways to manage it.

"Energy management is the practice of efficiently using stored energy to maintain engagement and motivation levels throughout the day."

Their friend, Manager Slanager, joins them through a visual aid, and teaches them a "Clap and Say" to help them remember. With their fun time together, the students learn that doing the positive action of managing their energy makes them feel good about themselves!

The kids promise to save and manage their energy wisely, then they mark their Positive Behavior Chart. The ICU messages from the ICU box are read, which makes the students feel better because their positive actions are recognized!

Energy management is the practice of efficiently using stored energy to maintain engagement and motivation levels throughout the day. By understanding the energy demands of different activities with this lesson, pre-kindergartners can better allocate their resources and make informed decisions on how to spend their day. This lesson is designed to teach students how to manage their energy wisely to keep them productive throughout the day and boost their self-concept.

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