Activity Planning Terms Activity: the name of the activity you are going to implement Curriculum Area: Music, Movement, Math, Science, Social Studies, Creative Art, Health, Language Arts, Safety, Nutrition, etc. Behavioral Objectives: "what" you want the child(ren) to accomplish; must be stated as : "The child (or children) will"... Concepts: Specific truth(s) to be taught; facts the children might obtain as a result of the experience Terms Target Group: age range of children for which the activity is developmentally appropriate Group Size: the number of children you intend to include in the activity Location: the area in (or outside) the classroom where the activity will be presented Materials: the resources you will need to implement the activity; the "how and what" tools Terms Procedure: the steps in implementing the learning activity-includes advance preparation, questions the teacher might ask, ideas that are introduced to stimulate discussion, and implications for guidance (including behavioral limits) Evaluation/Comments: the notes the teacher makes to herself concerning the activity after the presentation of the activity: how the children reacted, things to remember for the next time, feelings about the activity Source: where you found the activity-original idea, another teacher, activity book, magazine. For books give title (underlined) and author. For magazines, list the name of magazine and month and year of publication. For websites, include the entire URL.