Voki Lesson Plans: Spring Lesson Plans

Voki Lesson Plans: Spring Lesson Plans


Here comes the sun! That means spring is right around the corner. So, we prepared 3 new lesson plans to get your students ready for spring! Teach your students about similes, the life cycles of a butterfly, and how to write a limerick. We know your students will enjoy learning it!

 

Remember: The grade level assigned to each lesson plan is not set in stone. You can use Voki lesson plans for a higher, or lower, grade than the one you teach. Feel free to customize the lesson plans to fit your needs. These Voki lesson plans can be adapted to fit your style or your students’ abilities!

Spring Simile –   In this lesson, your students will learn about how to identify and write similes. Similes are phrases that compare two unrelated nouns using “like” or “as”. Students will write a short story with at least 5 similes about spring for their Voki.  The rest of the class will be required to identify the similes.

 

Life Cycle of a Butterfly Students will learn about the life cycle of a butterfly based on the book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. They will learn that a butterfly goes through a growing process that changes their appearance and the different stages of a butterfly’s life. Students will write a short story on where they think the adult butterfly will go after they fly off.

 

Limericks – This lesson will teach your students how to write a limerick. A limerick is a short poem with five lines and a specific rhyme scheme. Your students will learn about the rhyme scheme and the rhythm scheme of a limerick. Students will be required to write their own limerick and create a Voki reciting it.

Have a lesson plan that you want to share with us? Send it to lessonplans@voki.com!

Until next time,

The Voki Team

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