Lesson Plan on Construction (Erikson Japan)

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Understanding the concept of construction is important for preschoolers as it helps them develop their problem-solving skills, creativity, and spatial awareness. It also encourages them to work collaboratively and develop their fine motor skills.

Preschool learning environments that could be created to teach construction could include building blocks, puzzles, and other manipulatives that allow children to create and construct. The environment could also include a designated construction area with tools and materials such as cardboard boxes, tape, and scissors.

Potential preschool lesson plan ideas for teaching construction could include building towers with blocks, creating structures with cardboard boxes, and designing and building a bridge using various materials. These activities could be done individually or in small groups, allowing children to work collaboratively and develop their social skills. Additionally, teachers could incorporate discussions about safety and the importance of following instructions when using tools and materials

Country

Japan

Framework

MEXT (Japan)

Theorist

Erik Erikson

Subject

Construction

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