Bay District Schools Description Many children worry about not being able to do what other children can do. This lesson will help them understand and respect differences in readiness and abilities, as they read the book [Leo the Late Bloomer] and make flowers of their own. Objectives The student knows how to use positive communication skills when expressing needs, wants, and feelings.
Leo the Late Bloomer 2. This book teaches about patience 3. I can use this book with children who are having a hard time learning how to do different things. It teaches them that if they keep trying and not quit they will get it!
It also teaches that everyone learns at a different pace. Leo cannot write, draw, read or talk while all the rest of the animals in his class can. Leo is able to draw, talk, read and even writer his own name just like the rest of his class.
One teaching idea would be to have the students talk about how Leo felt throughout the entire story.
With the help of the teacher, the students will pick words from the book that are feelings and that describe how Leo might have felt. The teacher will write these words and create a Word Wall with the students to talk about feelings.
Using their responses, they would come up with rules for the classroom for how to treat everyone in the classroom. The students would all put a handprint at the bottom of the rules to signify they have signed the rules for the classroom.Leo isn't reading, or writing, or drawing, or even speaking, and his father is concerned.
But Leo's mother isn't. She knows her son will do all those things, and more, when he's ready. Oct 27, Explore Millie butler's board "Late Bloomer" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Schneiderei, Anziehen and Kleid nähen. Discover recipes, home ideas, style inspiration and other ideas to .
Shared writing activities. Writing Tasks-Culminating Task. The author says on page 22 of. Leo the Late Bloomer, “Then one day in his own good time, Leo bloomed!” What does the author mean by bloomed?
Supply information from the text that tells how Leo was a late bloomer and how he later bloomed. How are. A Tiger Grows Up.
and. Leo the. Leo isn't reading, writing, drawing or speaking; father is concerned; mother knows that he will do it when ready. Follow-Up Activities: Plant several butterbean seeds, and document when each plant sprouts through the ground, buds, and grows bean pods.
Discuss the difference in the growth rate of each plant. Leo, the Late Bloomer Company. Sep 24, · BOOK: Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus Learning objectives Students will be able to understand similarities and differences between themselves and peers, write a describing word about themselves, and take part in fine motor activities.5/5(2).
Students can use the writing papers provided to write about anything you would like from the story. I would print the Leo face on card stock or construction paper so its sturdier.