Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Trinity Preschool Activities for Wednesday, October 10, 2012

We played outside today, the day was cool and windy.  Please remember jackets!

Willow Room: MWF class

We read "Apple Farm Annie" by Monica Wellington

We asked the children "What are the things we can do with apples?"

We glued seeds to an apple shape for art and we had pumpkin shapes at the easel that we painted with ornage paint.

We did "Sammy", "There is a wiggle in my toe" and "Skinnamarink" for music time.

We talked about the different parts of an apple, we guessed how many seeds are in a green apple, a yellow apple and a red apple.  We cut up the apples and cooked them with some cinnamon and sugar to make apple sauce. We ate some of the apple sauce with our snack.

Maple Room- Morning class

We did the story "There was an old lady who swallowed some leaves" by Lucille Colandro

We used eye droppers with watercolors on paper towels. We had leaf shapes with paint at the easels.

We did "The October song" "Down around the corner at the pumpkin patch" for music time.

We did letter B activities, the alphabet monster box, letter B book, letter B puzzle.

Maple Room- afternoon class

We read "Wide mouth frog"

We painted on paper plates with green paint to look like a frog.  We had leaf shape paper at the easel for painting today.

We are learning about the color green.

Oak Room: Pre- K class

We read "Even more parts" by Tedd Arnold and "When I get bigger" by Mercer Mayer

We wrote in our journals and drew pictures of things that start with the letter E.

We did "Come and get a smiley face", "When I was a little fish", and "Hands are for clapping for music time.

We read a book abotu the letter E and we did the mystery bag with objects that start with the letter E

Stay & Play:

We read "Danny and the Dinosaur go to camp" 

We painted with vinegar and cornstarch mixed together.

We did "We are the Dinosaurs" move around the room with maracas pretending to be dinosaurs.

We brought in puppets and told stories using them.


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