Lesson Plan on Summer (Erikson Japan)

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Kindergarten / Yochien / Hoiku Lesson Plan – Lesson Plan on Summer (Erikson Japan), Erikson philosophy

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The season of summer in Japan is characterized by hot and humid weather, with occasional typhoons and heavy rainfall. Preschool learning environments that could be created around the season of summer in Japan could include sensory tables filled with water and sand, outdoor play areas with sprinklers and water toys, and indoor areas with fans and air conditioning to provide relief from the heat. Teachers could also incorporate Japanese cultural elements into the environment, such as displaying traditional summer festival decorations or introducing children to Japanese summer foods like shaved ice. Potential preschool lesson plan ideas for the season of summer in Japan could include learning about the different types of Japanese summer festivals and their traditions, exploring the concept of water and its importance in Japanese culture, and creating art projects inspired by the vibrant colors and patterns of Japanese summer fashion. Teachers could also incorporate science lessons about weather patterns and the effects of heat on the environment

Country

Japan

Framework

MEXT (Japan)

Theorist

Erik Erikson

Subject

Seasons

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