geometric cabinet tray

Invite 3-four kids to return back take part to your lesson through telling them you’ve got got some thing to reveal them. Show every infant where precisely to take a seat down and as soon as the kids are seated, you take a seat down so you can see them all, all of them can see you, and but you aren’t in the front of them. Call their interest to the geometric cupboard tray and inform them you’re going to reveal them a way to convey the geometric cabinet tray.Stand up so you are at once in the front of the cabinet tray.

Removing

  1. Place your right thumb on the edge of the tray in the middle of the far right square.
  2. Lower your four fingers so they are leaning against the shelves.
  3. Place your left thumb on the edge of the tray in the middle of the far left square.
  4. Lower your four left fingers so they are leaning against the shelves.
  5. Slide the tray slowly toward your body.
  6. Once the tray has been pulled out enough to give room to your fingers, place your four right fingers under the tray and then your four left fingers.
  7. Continue pulling the tray out until you have reached the median line.
  8. Unwrap your four right fingers.
  9. Lift your right thumb.
  10. Replace your right thumb on the vertical line of the tray near the middle to top of the bottom right square.
  11. Wrap your four right fingers under the tray.
  12. Grasp firmly.
  13. Unwrap your four left fingers from under the tray.
  14. Lift your left thumb.
  15. Replace your left thumb on the vertical line of the tray near the middle to top of the bottom left square.
  16. Wrap your four left fingers under the tray.
  17. Grasp firmly.
  18. Take one step back.
  19. Continue sliding the tray off the top of the geometric cabinet until it is fully slid off.
  20. Lift the tray and turn your body 90° to the left.
  21. Bring the tray in close to your body at about lower stomach level.
  22. Walk with the tray in your hands and come back to the geometric cabinet.

Setting Down

  1. Place the top right corner down first near the front right side of the cabinet.
  2. Place the top left corner down near the front left side of the cabinet.
  3. Slowly lower the tray so that it can lay flat on the top of the cabinet.
  4. Slide the tray until the tray is about 1/3 of the way in.
  5. Lift your left thumb.
  6. Unwrap your four left fingers.
  7. Replace your thumb in the middle of the bottom left square nearest to you.
  8. Wrap your four left fingers under the tray.
  9. Lift your right thumb.
  10. Unwrap your four right fingers.
  11. Replace your right thumb in the middle of the bottom right square nearest you.
  12. Slide the tray back in until your fingers touch the edge of the cabinet.
  13. Lay your left fingers and then your right against the drawers of the cabinet.
  14. Push the tray the remainder of the way with your thumbs.
  15. Lift your left and then right thumb off the tray.

Offer each child the opportunity to pick up and carry the geometric cabinet tray.

Once they have all had a turn excuse them one at a time, making sure each child has thought of what he would like to de next.


Purpose

Direct: Growth in independence with regard to the performance of the movements necessary for the removing, carrying and replacing of the Geometric Cabinet tray without damaging himself, others, or the tray.

Indirect: Coordination of the child’s movement, development of the muscles, and concentration.

Points of Interests
Checking to see that when carrying the tray, it remains parallel to the floor.

Age
2 1/2 onwards

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