Friday, October 4, 2013

Trinity Preschool Activities for Friday, October 4, 2013

Oak Room- Pre K 5 day class

We are finishing our unit on senses and today we did a story that talks about using all the senses.  It is called "Rain"by Manya Stojic
We also read Magic school bus comes to its' senses.

We painted a picture and we sprayed it with water (like rain)

We did leaky umbrella for music and we used maracas to make sounds like rain.

We also did the 5 senses song.

We thought of words that start with the letter D

Maple Room- MWF class

We read "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see?" by Eric Carle

We made a 3 D art project using paper towel paint rollers.  We used red, blue and yellow paint with rollers at the easel.

We did the October song, Brown Bear song and the students acted out the parts of the song.

We read the book little Blue , Little yellow, by Leo Lionni

We had red, yellow and blue water play in the sensory table. with red, yellow and blue toys in there too.

Willow Room- MWF class

We read "Who said Meow? by Maria Polushkin

We did a group art project, we had a big sheet of paper covering the whole table and we used the "flip flop design painters to stamp designs across the whole paper.

We had oil pastels on black construction paper at the easel.

We "Can you leap like a frog" (on the Greg and Steve CD); Cool Bear Hunt and 2 little blackbirds (Susan Salidor CD)

We played a color guessing game, which color honey pot is the bee hiding behind?  The kids love this game.

Stay & Play:

We read "Mommy, where are you? by Leonid Gore

We did a mosaic art project.  First the children used a pencil to  trace inside a stencil, a heart or a star shape for example, then they put a line of glue on the  line they made.  Then they pressed collage materials onto the glue.  

We used rhythm sticks to the song "Tempo marches on" a Jim Gill song.  We also used the sticks to "row, row, row your boat" and the "Wheels on the bus".

We had water play with tubes and tunnels and our dramatic corner is set up like a vet clinic so we can take good care of our play animals.

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