Friday, October 14, 2011

Trinity Preschool Activities for Friday, October 14, 2011

We played outside today- it was very windy and we got to see the leaves blow around.

Stay & Play:

We read "Ten Black Dots" by Donald Crews

We did dot painting for art.

We sang some bean bag song, "Pass the bean bag" and Bean Bag alphabet rag"

We played on the playground again it was even windier.

We played an alphabet matching Bingo game.

We had flour tortillas sperad with cream cheese and rolled up tight. We had strawberries, apples and bananas along with a fruit dip.

Willow Room: MWF class

We read "Mouse and the Apple" by Stephen Butler

We asked "Have you ever had to wait and wait and wait?"

We glued "seeds" to an apple shape for our apple tree.

We had pumpkin shape cookie cutters to decorate our pumpkin shape paper.

We sang Jump down, turn around, and Pass the pumpkin

We looked at different color apples, red, green and yellow and guessed how many seed might be inside each kind. Then we cut them open and counted all the seeds. We compared that number to our guess.

Maple Room- MWF class

We read Fletcher and the falling leaves" by Julia Rawlinson

We used dry powdered tempra paint and dipped our brush in water then in the paint and onto the paper.

We had pumpkin shapes at the easel with orange paint and black paper cut into pieces to make faces.

We sang the October song, We acted out the 5 pumpkins sitting on a gate, and brown bear, brown bear.

We practiced writing the upper and lower case letter "A"

Oak Room- Pre- K class

We read The growing story" by Ruth Krauss

We thought of words that start with the letter "E"

We did some pages for our all about me book, what is our favorite color and our sefl portrait page.

We had fall colors of paint and leaf shapes at the easel today.

We had out magnetic letters, with magnet boards
Color matching puzzles, and inch blocks for measuring.

We sang "Zip i- dee- doo- dah- a letter sounds song. and "Leaky umbrella" using maracas

We did weighing and measuring objects in our room.

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