Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Trinity Preschool Activities for Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Willow Room: MWF class

We read "Pizza Man" by Virginia Walter

We asked the children "What is your favorite pizza topping?"

We glued numbers and a mouse on a clock shape for "Hickory Dickory Dock" nursery rhyme.
We did dab a dot painting on pizza shapes.

We did Hickory Dickory Dock", "Brown Bear, Brown Bear", and "Couch Potato Pokey" for music time.

We did a "Five little pizza's rhyme  

Maple Room- Morning class

We read "Papa, please get the moon for me" by Eric Carle

We cut up the papers we painted on Monday and we will use them to create an art picture on Friday.
We had moon shapes with glue and stars at the easel today.

We did "The March song", "Tap your toe and follow me", Bean Bag boogie, and "take your bean bag" for music time.

We did letter V activities, upper and lower case V, words that begin with the letter V today.

We skyped with someone in Poland.

Maple Room- Afternoon class

We read "Itsy Bitsy Spider" by Keith Chapman

We wrote and drew a picture of things that start with the letter N.  We had paint with roller brushes at the easel.

We did the "ABC song", "Today is Monday", and played "a matching game" for music time today.

We are learning about the letter N, we read the letter N book, and we did The wheels on the bus with the letter sounds.

Oak Room- Pre- K class

We read "The great ball frenzy" by Janet Stevens

We did letter Y pictures and words  in our journals
we had lady bug letter matching puzzles out, a letter Y puzzle and we took the children in small groups to play a game called "Land of learning board games".

We did "Get ready, get set, let's dance" and " I can dance" ( a movement activity where they need to sit still and dance alternately)
We did the estimating jar, how many golf balls are in the jar.

We explored the sounds balls make and we tried to guess which ball it was by the sound it made.  We also dropped two balls at once to see which would bounce higher.

Stay & Play:

We read "Franklin's secret club" by Paulette Bourgeois

We painted by squirting paint from bottles and we also had sponge top bottles.  Then we used paint brushes to move the paint around.

We did "Count and Move", "animals exercising" and "Your face will surely show it" for music time.

Some of the children made treadmills out of blocks and ran for miles.

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