Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Trinity Preschool Activities for Monday, February 11, 2013

Willow Room- MWF class

We read "The kiss box" by Bonnie Verburg

We painted over a heart shape, then removed the heart shape to reveal a negative space.  
We decorated our Valentine's day bags.

We did Love grows by 1, sticky bubble gum, If you love me and you know it and HEART, for music time.  We did a I"m a little Valentine" rhyme too.  

On Friday, we brought snow in and we saved some.  We looked to see what had happened to it.  It was all water, it melted. Is snow clean when it melts?  NO! We talked about what makes it melt.  

Maple Room- morning class

We read "The giant hug" by Sandra Horning

We did finger skating for art.  We had ice cube painting at the easel.

We did The February song, If you're happy and you know it, little fish, and two little blackbirds for music time.

We did letter Q activities.

Maple Room- afternoon class

We read "Ten on the sled" by Kim Norman (a book on CD)

We wrote the letter G and drew pictures of things that start with the letter G for our alphabet books
We painted on heart shapes with prinkley rings at the easel.

We did "Shake your ribbons in the air, Dance with your ribbons, ABC phonics song, and on the count of 5 for music time. 

We read a special book about the letter G, we did the mystery box of items that start with the letter G and we played a game with the sound each letter makes, of all the letters we have learned, ABCDEFG.

Oak Room: Pre- K class

We read "Library Mouse" by Daniel Kirk and "I need a Valentine" by Harriet Ziefert

We are making "Love bugs".  We cut a lady bug shape out with wings.  When you move the wings apart, there is a special message inside.

We did On the count of 5, stomp, stomp, clap, and join in the game for music time.

We are learning about the letter T this week.

Stay & Play:

We read   "Sunshine and storm" by Elizabeth Jones and James Coplestomp

We used back rollers to paint on large sheets of paper.

We used rhythm sticks as we sang "Row, row, row, your boat" and "wheels on the bus".

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