Willow Room- Terrific 2's and 3's class
We read "All you need for a snowman" by Alice Shertle
We asked the children "Are you wearing the color red today?"
We used red brushes to paint with different red paints on heart, apple, lady bug and strawberry shapes.
We painted a ball shape with rollers and the color red at the easel.
We did "I can make a snowman", "Snowflake, snowflake", and "Everybody has a face" for music time.
We did 5 little snowman rhyme
We started our color train, bring in items that are red to attach to our color train.
We are having fun in our grocery store.
Maple Room: Thursday class
We worked on measurement using mittens as the measuring tool. We taped 20 mittens to the floor along the rainbow rug and we measured how many mittens long we were, we measured some toys and we did the standing long jump with it to see how many mittens far we could jump.
We read the stories, Elmer and Wilbur by David McKee and Emma Kate by Patricia Polacco
We acted out the 5 little snowmen, sang the alphabet sounds song and I'm a little snowman.
Oak Room- Pre- K class
We read "The bears in the bed and the great big storm" by Paul Bright
We used white paint and spools to create a snowy scene. We had spools attached to handles as rollers to use at the easel.
We brought in an incline ramp with blocks that are movable to create various pathways for the marble to travel. We had a magnetic shapes maze and some wooden sorting puzzles with pegs to use today.
We did a sing a long book called the Twelve days of winter", very cute. To the tune of twelve days of Christmas, but winter based and school based.
We also did "I can dance" a fast slow movement.
Do you have the letter P in your name?