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Keywords: body parts, identification, faces, identification
Subject(s): Health and PE, Technology, Autism, Early Learning, Special Needs, Reading, Biology, English/Language Arts, Speech and Language
Grades K through 3
School: Clairview School, Greensburg, PA
Planned By: Marissa Rega
Original Author: Samantha Fecich, Greensburg
Objective: Students will be able to learn about body parts using the interactive whiteboard and identify the body parts as requested by the teacher.

Materials: SMARTboard interactive whiteboard, speakers, laptop

Procedure: The teacher will introduce the lesson by playing this video from you tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e54m6XOpRgU After the video the teacher will navigate to the following websites so students can practice labeling the body parts on the interactive whiteboard. The teacher will use these educational games:

http://tes.iboard.co.uk/player/frameset.htm?id=2398&view=science&name=Label+my+Face
- Click the buttons on the face to choose hair style, eyes and lips for the face.

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks1science.html - Name the parts of the body by dragging and dropping the label onto the picture. Label words are simply dragged and dropped into the correct place in - scroll down and click on name the body parts.

http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/language-games/label-the-picture/clowns-face- A clown’s face will certainly make you smile. Label the parts of the clown’s face in this picture.

http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/make-your-own/make-your-monster
- Would you like to make your own monster? Make a monster with this game.

Evaluation: Students will create a character that resembles themselves on this website: http://www.starfall.com/n/level-b/me/load.htm?f – all about me game Students will give the character their color skin, eye color, hair color, facial features, and more. Then the students will print their characters to hang in the classroom.
Materials: Whiteboards, Mobile Labs, Projectors, Portable, Headsets, Autism, Cause and Effect, Early Learning, Speech and Language