Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Trinity Preschool Activities for Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Willow Room- MWF class

We are talking about construction and have our dramatic play area set up with lots of different kinds of blocks.  
We read "The three little rigs" ( a take off on the three little pigs using construction trucks).  It is bu David Gordon.
We also read "Mouse's first spring" by Lauren Thompson

We painted using different size cups to make circles of various sizes.
At the easel we had toy gears that we used to make flower designs.

We did a 5 pretty flower rhyme.

We did "Button Factory", "Shake something" and Clap if you want to"

We looked at objects that start with the letter S and talked about the sounds the letter makes.

Oak Room- Pre- K class

We are still learning about Under the sea

We read "Hark a shark!" by Bonnie Worth ( a cat in the hat book)

We working in our number journals on numbers 6-10.
We did "The fish pokey" and we did a group activity of finding the person that has your matching number.  Some kids had the number and some had a card with that number of dots on it.  They had to find their partner.

We had an estimation jar today, it had magnetic letters in it and the children estimated how many they thought it held.

Maple Room:MWF class

We read "Arabella Millers Tiny Caterpillar" by Clare Jarrett

We worked on our Mother's Day project- it will be a wonderful surprise for the moms!  Can't tell you about it yet.
We had flower shape stencils at the easel and used dab a doo markers to make a flower.

We did The April song, some butterfly rhymes, Fuzzy little caterpillar and we did the freeze dance using ribbons.

We worked on letter V activities, and we read Houdini, the amazing caterpillar by Janet Pedersen

Stay and Play: 

We listened to a book on a CD- Count the Monekeys by Mac Barnett

We did a 3D paper art project- the children glued strips of paper onto their base to create a colorful 3D design.

We did a fun song we love- "I know a chicken" using our ribbon bells to dance with today.  We also did 5 little bunnies rhyme. 

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