Shapes & Adjectives
- Topic: Shapes & Adjectives
- Communication Objectives: In this lesson, children will learn the names of shapes and how to describe them.
- Language Objectives: Learn to use basic adjectives to describe things and also learn to use adverbs of sequence to talk about a process - first, next, then, finally.
- Dialogue Story: Lisa and Freddie are in their room looking at a book about shapes. Lisa asks Freddie to teach her the names of shapes. She wonders what we can do with shapes. Freddie shows her how to draw a clown using shapes of different sizes and color.
- Sentence Structures:
- It's a circle. A circle is round.
- It's an oval.
- A square has four equal sides.
- We draw things with shapes.
- Grammar: Though not the main focus for low levels, this lesson also introduces adverbs of sequence which is using for describing a process.
- First draw a big circle.
- Next draw an oval for his mouth.
- Finally, draw a big rectangle.
This lesson has a related vocabulary video. Click here to watch the vocabulary and grammar break down of this lesson.
- Vocabulary: square, rectangle, oval, triangle, circle