My Kitchen - Lesson for Preschool, Chapter - My Home

In the enriching lesson "My Kitchen," part of the "My Home" chapter within the "World Around Us" unit, preschool students will embark on a delightful exploration of the most heartwarming section of their homes. Through the "Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet" activity, young learners will delve into the fascinating components that make a kitchen both functional and inviting. They will learn about various kitchen appliances, utensils, and the fundamental role the kitchen plays in family life.

Understanding the kitchen's dynamics is crucial for preschoolers as it lays the foundation for essential life skills such as food preparation, nutrition awareness, and the importance of cleanliness and safety. Furthermore, recognizing the kitchen as a communal space for family gatherings enhances their appreciation for family bonds and cultural traditions linked to mealtime.

By familiarizing themselves with the kitchen environment, students not only stimulate their curiosity and cognitive development but also start to embrace responsibilities, no matter how small, in their household. This lesson is a stepping stone towards fostering independence, promoting healthy eating habits, and instilling a sense of belonging and love for the home environment.

Estimated classroom time: 3 min
Chapter: My Home
Unit: World Around Us
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3:00 min
Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet
Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet
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  • Activity 1 / Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet

    This simple worksheet will engage your child’s thinking, and teach them more about texture. First, ask your child to look at the picture in the printout. Are they familiar with some of the items they can see? Can they name some of these objects? Then, ask your child if some of these objects are soft, and if some are hard. Tell them to count the soft things in the picture, and circle the correct number.