My students cooked up their own Thanksgiving feast to serve up for our classroom family. Teach Preschool wishes you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving too!
We had two different kinds of pie on our agenda but to start off our pie making experiences, we read the book "I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie."
Holidays present the opportunity to introduce new words and ideas in our classroom. This Thanksgiving, we introduced cornucopias.
Our children just love story book games! We read a story during circle time and then often follow it up with some sort of learning activity or game. We've played several different variations of this particular game and it is one that they never get tired of... The story book that inspired this game was "Little Hoot" by Amy Krouse Rosenthal... If you aren't familiar with this author, she is well known for writing children's [...]
We are reviewing the book "End of the Rainbow Fruit Salad" and giving away one free copy so check it out!
After reading "The Looking Book," I gave each child their own pair of lookers to wear so we could head outdoors and take our own looking walk!
Our Pre-K class explored the Itsy Bitsy Spider by making an itsy bitsy play. We began by talking about four key words in our song: spout, rain, sun, and spider.
We have been singing and reading about the Itsy Bitsy Spider and my oh my this is truly a fun song or rhyme to extend into some Itsy Bitsy waterplay!
After gathering a set of leaves, the children explored the leaves by sorting them on our table chart and making leaf confetti!
After tapping and blowing on our book, we went over to the table to essentially retell our story by exploring our own Tap the Magic Tabletop Tree!.