Friday, November 1, 2013

Trinity Preschool Activities for Friday, November 1, 2013

Oak Room- 5 day pre-k class

We read "Sam and the firefly" by PD Eastman  in the story the firefly makes words in the sky and gets in trouble.

We also read "I'm not sleepy" by Jane Chapman

We used letter stampers to press onto black paper to look like words in the sky like in our story.

We did "Alligator stomp", and used wooden clappers, and we did "Can you leap like a frog" an action song for music today.  

We talked about what words start with the letter H?  We made a graph about our favorite nocturnal animal.

Willow Room: MWF class

We read "Red leaf, yellow leaf", By Lois Elhert  We had Pastor Dan as a guest reader today.

We made a fall wreath using a paper plate, real leaves, and paper leaves.

We painted using our easel turned in a new direction so 2 children could paint at the same time standing next to each other and sharing the paint.

We did "Over in the meadow", "As I was walking to town" and "Come on and join in the game"  for music time today.

The eggs our stuffed  hen laid have hatched and we now have stuffed baby chicks in the nest.

We also read a book called "Press here", it is an activity book that involves all of the children.

We had leaf rubbing at the free art table.

Maple Room- MWF class:

We read the story "I know an old lady who swallowed a pie" by Alison Jackson and we have an old lady puppet and props that she swallowed.

We used bubble wrap to make prints that we will turn into corn pictures.

We had rainbow paints at the easel with small brushes and tiny paper.(This give the children a new challenge)

We did letter B activities, we practiced writing our letter B on a dry erase board.   

We have corn in our sensory table, the children use their fingers to pick the corn off the cobs- great fine motor activity.

We did "The November song" (first time today), "The Months song, bean bag boogie, take that bean bag (using bean bags), tap your toe and follow me for music today.

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