Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Trinity Preschool Activities for Wednesday, April 2, 2014

We got out to the playground today!  

Maple Room: MWF class

We read "Wacky Wednesday" by Dr. Seuss

We completed our project we started the other day, we had colored on paper with oil pastels and today we did a "wash" over them with watercolors.  The area on the paper that has the oil pastels, resists the watercolors.

We finger painted on flower shapes at the easel using our finger tips only.

We did "The April song", and "Month's song"

We did letter T activities and we did a rhyming activity 

Oak Room: Pre- K class

We read "commotion in the ocean" by Giles Andreae and "I am a fish- the life of a clown fish" Darlene Stille and we also read " Elephant and Piggie story by Mo Willems 

We worked in our journal notebooks on our last letter of the alphabet !  We did letter Z pictures and words in our journals.

We had clownfish at the easel. We will add them to our under the sea bulletin board.

We did "At the bottom of the sea" and used scarves to dance with to the music. and we did "Baby Beluga for music today.

We have a picnic area set up in our dramatic corner.

Willow Room: MWF class

We read "Little Miss Muffet" by Iza Trapani

We asked the children "Do you have the letter P in your name?"

We used spoons to drizzle paint onto paper.
We painted a picture around google eyes at the easel.

We did the rhyme "Little miss muffet" and the children got to act it out.  One child sat on a tuffet (stool), stirring pretend curds and whey and another child had on a spider costume and crawled over and scared them away.

We also did Jump up, turn around, and Little fish, let's go swimming for music today.

We matched upper and lower case letters on Easter eggs for a matching activity.

We looked at objects that started with the letter P.

Stay and Play:

We read "That's what friends are for" by Florence Parry Heide and Sylvia Van Clief

We painted with strings of beads, we dipped them in paint and dragged them back and forth across our paper.

We also read "Duck and Goose by Tad Hills

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