A drawback to being an administrator in a preschool program is that often times I have to actually “administrate” and when I do, it pulls me away from the classroom. So when this happens, I often only get to see what the children made after they are finished rather than while they are in the process. I still thought I would show you some of the terrific things our preschoolers made during our letter “O” week…
The children made Cheerio octopuses which you can read how to make at Little Learner’s Lounge!
This class made these adorable toilet paper roll Octopuses which you can read how to make at Crafts N Things!
The teacher told me that if you have the children cut the legs before you paint that as the paint dries, the legs will curl up naturally which makes each octopus a little more unique…
Unfortunately, what I can’t show you is some of the play the children enjoyed liked our Cheerios sensory tub! Perhaps they will still have it out tomorrow – I will try to go back into the classroom and take a peek.
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