Look at Me! What Do you See?


Vocabulary: head, shoulders, knees, toes, eyes,  ears, mouth, elbows, feet

Grammar: to have

Sentence: This is my head. I have 2 eyes...

Objective 1: Students should become familiar with the parts of the body. 

Objective 2: Students will be confident with indicating anatomy and beginning to create sentences using that vocabulary.

*Remember, the following sections are interchangeable

Story Time: Head to Toe

  • When you read the question "Can you do it?" point to the students, look at them and ask them, "Can you clap your hands?"

*Teaching Guide


  • As you introduce the flash cards, have the students point to their respective body parts

  • Be sure to draw attention to the arrows indicating the particular body part

  • Game suggestion: Simon Says

*Teaching Guide

Song: Head and Shoulders

  • Head Shoulders Song

  • This is not your average Head and Shoulders song!

  • Have students stand up and point to their respective body parts.

*Teaching Guide

Handout: Week 1

  • Look at the handout together and point to different body parts and say the name. Have the students repeat after you. See if you can just point to the body part and have the students say it.

*Teaching Guide

Handout: Week 2

  • Pre-teach 'dirty' and 'clean' and point out dirty and clean things on the handout before giving to the students.

  • Circle around and help students count how many particular body parts they have.

*Teaching Guide

Lesson Checklist: Did I ...

**details here**

  • ..do a Starting Ritual?

  • ..sing a Song?

  • ..rearrange student layout depending on activity?

  • ..explain the HandOut before distributing?

  • ..practice good Teacher Talk (TT) 

  • ..nip behaviour issues in the bud at the beginning of class?

  • ..note down who participated this week so that I can call on/allow other students to participate next week? 

  • ..do an Ending Ritual?

  • ..(we) leave the room as we found it or better?