Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Trinity Preschool Activities for Wednesday, March 13, 2013

3/13/13- Do you see the pattern in the date?  

Willow Room- MWF class

We did "The Itsy Bitsy  Spider" by Keith Chapman
We painted small paper plates black and added eyes and legs to look like spiders.  We had a large footprint shape at the easel with design roller painters.

We did "Itsy Bitsy Spider", "Jump up, turn around", and "Seven little letters" for music time.

We did a felt rhyme of the Itsy Bitsy Spider.  We introduced the letter M and looked at objects that start with the letter M 

Maple Room- Morning class

We read "Cloudy with a chance of meatballs" by Judi Barrett

We painted with green peppers cut in half cross wide- they look like shamrocks.

We had shamrock cut out shapes at the easel with green glitter paint and rollers.  When the children roll over the shape, the shamrock shows up.

We did The March song, Jump Jim Joe, Freeze dance, and The hokey pokey

We did letter U activities , the letter U book, and words that begin with the letter U. 

Maple Room- afternoon class

We read The Alphabet books - letters L and M

We worked in our alphabet books on the letters L and M today.

We had dab a doo painters at the easel.

We did The March song, ABC letter sounds song, chicka chicka ABC

We did letter L and M activities 

We spent extra time in the gym today. 

Oak Room- Pre- K class

We read "Oliver who would not sleep" by Mara Bergman and "Zoom, Racket Zoom" by Marget Mayo

We worked on our journals, writing and drawing something that starts with the letter X.

We did "down around the corner at the donut shop", ABC letter sounds song, and "There was an old lady who swallowed a fly" 

We read a book about the letter X

Stay & Play

we read "Franklin's class trip" by Paulette Bourgeois

We painted with watercolors. We painted stampers with a brush and then pressed them onto paper.

We did "The bean bag boogie", and "May there always be sunshine"

We did a lot of building with farm blocks and built creatively with the bristle blocks.

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