Title
Can You Do It? I Can Do It!
Lesson Objective
This activity focuses on physical movements. The student will make the same movements that different animals would make.
Background Information for Teacher
N/A
Student Prior Knowledge
We can make all kinds of movements with our bodies. We can make some movements like animals.
Materials:
Worksheets (Step 3)
From Head to Toe
, by Eric Carle (This book can be found at your local library, or click on the Youtube link we have provided in Step 2,
or you can use the Reading Chart we have provided under Step 3 worksheets).
Step-by-Step Guided Lesson
Step 1: Start Video
(Tips: Interact with the video by pausing, to ask questions or discuss information viewed with student.)

Step 2: Teach Lesson
This activity focuses on physical movements. The student will make the same movements that different animals would make.
Introduce the student to the author, and the cover of the book, read and point to the title of the book “From Head to Toe”, then ask the student to make their
predictions and write down their answers on a piece of paper. The questions might be:
o What do you think the book might be about?
o What kinds of animals do you expect to see in this book?
o What parts of the body do you think will be mentioned in the story?
o Can you tell me something that you know about gorillas?
Read From Head to Toe
(Youtube link), or the Reading Chart can be found in Step 3.
Recall the story by asking questions about what actions the animals do.
Reread the story, imitating the actions. Ask the student what was their favorite actions and why. The student can make up a pattern by performing the different
actions.
Have student complete the worksheets below.

Step 3: Complete the worksheet attached below.
Worksheets needed to complete the lesson
Step 4: Start the next lesson with the game or activity attached below for review so the student can
demonstrate understanding of this lesson before moving forward.
PE activity: Exercise game video (Have the student work out to the video).
Art activity: (Offline)
Give student the paper circle printable, magazines, and newspapers. Have the student create funny faces by gluing eyes, noses,
mouths and any other body part they want. They can cut out from magazines and newspapers and then write down the names of
each body part next to each cut out. Review with student the different body parts and their functions.