Friday, November 4, 2011

Trinity Preschool Activities for Friday, November , 2011

We played outside today- which was great after that rainy day yesterday.

Stay & Play:

We had Quesadilla's today with avocado and sour cream. We also had bananas.

We read "Wise up silly owl" by Steve Metzger

We drew with markers for art.

We did a few action songs- Animals Actions and "Here we go round the mulberry bush"
We brought in Dinosaurs and dinosaur books.

We played a hiding/ memory game- which honey pot is the bee hiding behind.

Willow Room: MWF class

We read two stories today "It's time" by Kathleen Deady and Cock-a doodle" by Cecily Matthews

We asked "Who brought you to school today?

We glued feathers onto a turkey shape for art. At the easel we painted with a real feather.

We sang "Tap your toe and follow me" "2 little blackbirds" and "brown bear"

Maple Room:

We had the story "I know an old lady who swallowed a pie" by Alison Jackson we used a prop "old lady" and prop pieces for her to eat. Pastor Dan helped with our story today.

We painted on bubble wrap and then made a print of our painting.

We had turkey stencils with paint brushes and googlie eyes.

We sang "November song, Turkey feathers, 5 little turkeys, hide turkey hide (a rhyme) and played pass the turkey.

We practiced writing the letter D on our dry erase boards, then we wrote some words and our names.

We did a color game/song "Turkey feathers"

Oak Room:

We read "Sam and the Firefly" by P.D. Eastman

We used letter stampers to make words on paper.

We had letter bead stringing, inch cubes and clay out today.

We did the ABC letter sounds song, using flash cards for new words that start with each letter.

Zip-i-dee- doo- dah letter sounds song

This is the way we do it action song too.

We talked about what starts with the letter H?

We also are finishing up our nocturnal animals unit and the children can name so many more animals that are nocturnal now. Talk to your kids about them.

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