Monday, October 7, 2013

Trinity Preschool Activities for Monday, October 7, 2013

Oak Room- 5 day pre- k class

We read a fun book called "Parts" by Tedd Arnold

We worked on our letter E chart.

We made the cover for our "All about me" books using prickle balls dipped in paint.

We did "Today is Monday", "Play the band" (we used instruments) and "When I was a little fish" for music time today.

We will be working on our all about me books this whole week.

Maple Room: MWF class

We read "The falling leaves and the scarecrow" by Steve Metzger

We made leaf prints for art.  We painted real leaves (that were glued to a heavy cardboard base) with watercolors and then pressed a paper on top to make a print.

We glued real leaves to a board (vein side up) and gave the children water colors to paint the leaves with.

We pressed a paper onto the leaves to make a beautiful fall print.

We had black paper at the easel with oil pastel crayons.

We did "Brightly colored leaves", "Hands are for clapping" ,"Tommy Thumb" and "The October song" for music today.

Willow Room: MWF class

We read "Ten red apples" by Pat Hutchins

We used corks dipped in paint to make "apples" on a tree shape paper.  We had farm animal shaped stencils and dry erase markers at the easel.

We did "This old man" (Greg and Steve CD), "Little Old Wagon" (Carole Peterson, Sticky Bubble Gum CD) and "Your face will surely show it" (Jim Gill CD) for music today.

W had a feeling question today,  How are your feeling? and we had a happy, sad, angry, silly, sleepy faces for them to put their name tag underneath the one that showed their feeling today.  Most were happy.

We did a number game, Mr. Worm was hiding behind an apple with a number on it, the children took turns guessing which number apple the worm was hiding behind.

Stay & Play:

We listened to a book on CD "Apple trouble"

We used paint rollers with designs on them to make interesting rolling print designs with a variety of colors of paint.
We did Brown Bear, Brown Bear, "Put your finger in the air" for music.

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