Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Trinity Preschool Activities for Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Maple  Room; MWf class

We read "Tortoise brings the Mail" by Dee Lillegard

We used "Dab a dot painters" to make a negative print.  The children dab all over the paper where we have a heart placed on top of the paper.  After they dab all over it, we remove the heart and they have the heart that is colored and the negative space on the original picture.

We had heart shapes with red, purple, and pink tissue paper with glue.

We did letter L activities, we have a Valentine writing center at free art.  the children are making pictures and writing Valentine theme words on the papers.  We also did "design a stamp or a post card" at the free art table.

We have Valentine themed items in the sensory table today.

We skyped with family members in Poland.

We did the February song, Jump Jim Joe, Tommy Thumb,  for music today.

Willow Room: MWf class

We read "Never mail an elephant" by Mike Thaler

We asked the children "Do you have the letter F in your name?"
We looked at objects that start with the letter F.

We did "Little Fish ( Let's go swimming), "Can you leap like a frog?" and "Five fish swimming in the sea" for music today.

We also did a 5 little letters felt rhyme.

Oak Room: Pre- K class

We read "I.Q. goes to the library" by Mary Ann Fraser

We worked in our journal notebooks on the letter S

We did a lady bug matching activity.  Some had numbers, others had dots, they had to find their match.
We used rhythm sticks- we tapped slow for walking, tapped fast for jogging, and then when the bell rings, we stop.

We are enjoying our dramatic play library center.

Stay and Play:

We read "I love you with All my heart" by Noris Kern

We made paper plate heart wreaths- we had a heart shape cut out of the middle of the paper plate and the children used tissue paper and glue to decorate their wreath

We did Mr. Snowman, The Freeze dance using bell belts and come and get a smiley face for music today.

We brought in huge carpet tubes and the children put cars through them as we moved them ot different heights.

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