Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Trinity Preschool Activities for Wednesday, October 12, 2011

We had fun watching the leave float to the ground today and to hear them crunch under our feet. We ran and slid on the slide too.

Stay & Play:

We read "I love you, Blue Kangaroo!" by Emma Chichester Clark

For art we wet paper with a sponger and then drew on it with chalk.

We sang along with the "Little Bunny Foo Foo " Book

We had out dry erase boards with markers - the children could draw or write and then erase it.

Willow Room: MWF class

We asked the children "Do you like apple pie?" We read Apple Farmer Annie" by Monica Wellington

Creative art- we used fun foam paint brushes in unusual shapes to paint our pictures today. We used fall colors of paint.

We had watercolors at the easel.

We sang 5 little apples
And we danced to the song "List of dances" by Jim Gill

We baked our own individual apple tarts today and had them with our snack.

Maple Room:

We read "The falling leaves and the scarecrow" by Steve Metzger

We made leaf prints- we painted on real leaves with watercolors and made a print of the design.

We used the letter "A" stampers with paint at the easel.

For music we did our October song, 5 little pumpkins on a gate, 5 little pumpkins, Ready, set, dance, Alphabet forwards and backwards.

We played a number recognition game of which number is missing 1-6
We did letter A activities

Oak Room- Pre- K class

We read the book "Even more parts" by Tedd ARnold

We worked in our journals, we wrote words that start with the letter E and drew pictures too.

For music time, we did an activity song, "Come and get a smiley face", "When I was a little fish", and "Hands are for clapping"

We did a science experiment today: Making markers bleed different colors with water. Did you know that colors are made up of different colors? Take a Black marker and put a mark on a paper towel, add some water and see which colors "bleed" out of it. Do the same with a green marker- what colors "Bleed " from it? We have the results hanging in the hall.
Try it at home with other markers.

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