Friday, February 15, 2013

Trinity Preschool Activities for Friday, February 15, 2013

Willow Room- MWF class

We read "The jolly Postman and other people's letters" by Janet and Allan Ahlberg

We did a group art project using all kinds of fun brushes and we painted over a mesh.

We had paint and skinny brushes at the easel.

We did Take that bean bag, finger poppin, and I'm a little Valentine- but we passed Valentines to each other as we did it.

We introduced the letter H and we talked about the sound it makes and words that start with the letter H.

Maple Room- morning class

We read "There was an old lady who swallowed some snow" by Lucille Colandro

We did a group painting project with paint and different kinds of brushes and rollers.

We had house shapes at the easel with paint.

We did another skype session with someone in Ukraine!  We found out it was the same day, but almost dinner time, it was a little warmer, they had no snow on the ground.  

We played a game at our circle time too.  We also sang "The February song"
We looked at our melted snowman, and the water level that was left, then we marked it and we will look at how the water evaporates over time.

We did letter Q activities today.

Maple Room- Afternoon class

We read "Alphabet under construction" by Denise Fleming

We did a group painting project and we had house shapes at the easel with paint.

We did the February song for music time.

Oak Room- Pre- K class

We read "Library mouse- a world to explore"

We stamped numbers on the cover page of our math books.  We glued circles onto a page in our math books to make a pattern.
We had a peg sorting activity out, an animal pattern block activity and 4 letter word puzzles.

We sang Bingo, did a story where we drew a picture as we did bingo, and we did Toe, leg, knee for music today.

We talked about what starts with the letter T.

Stay & Play:

We read "The great Monster Hunt" by Norbert Landa

We painted with hand mitts with various textures on them.  
We did a bean bag balance song- balance on our head, foot, shoulder, knee, back, etc as we moved around the room.

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