Week 1 Monday: About myself. My finger prints – I am unique. My sweet face Our Picnic We are safely coming back from picnic holding the rope. Football time Play-time Tuesday: Face craft Wedensday: Construction theme Friday: Pirate theme We finished our project – About myself and my house We are the Pirates!!! Creating pirate’s maps Week 2 Monday: Baking cookies Tuesday: Volcano theme Volcano craft Experiment – Volcano eruption.
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With winter being upon us, I planned a series of learning activities about Arctic animals. Arctic animals are those that live in the Arctic region of the world. The Arctic region is located in the northernmost part of the Earth. It consists of the Arctic ocean and parts of Canada, Russia, Alaska, and a few Nordic countries. The animals that live in this region for all or part of the.
Below you can see my kids working with St. Valentine’s Day Theme material. Other activities:
Winter activities are presented on the separate page Winter Theme Below you can see what we did day by day when Winter Theme was our subject. Making the snowman from play-dough Making snowman from natural material. (semolina) Size sorting. How many snowmen? Counting activity. Counting elements of snowman. Big – small letter matching. Colouring snowmen. Experiment – feeling the ice cubes. Experiment – Melting ice cubes in few different environments..
We have had a wonderful music class today as a free trial from Gymboree. Kids thoroughly enjoyed it! We will be having these lessons one a month. Next one is planned on Friday 14th February.
On our shelves – December. Our theme for December is, of course Christmas. I just love this time of year and I really enjoy bringing the feel of the season into classroom. There’s red and green everywhere you look. Songs, which we sing during circle time. Practical life activities. Christmas tree decoration Wrapping presents. Spooning ornaments Tonging Tweezing Insets Counting ornaments Exploring baskets Books we are reading now. Christmas.
Once upon a time the little old woman and the little old man lived in a cottage. One day the little old woman made a gingerbread man. She gave him currants for eyes and cherries for buttons. She put him in the oven to bake. The little old woman and the little old man were very hungry and wanted to eat the gingerbread man. As soon as he was cooked,.
What makes Day and Night. After we read through What Makes Day and Night, we spent some time in the dark room! First I held the flash light and shone it at kids Kids were shown the difference between day and night and they drew day and night pictures. We discussed activities they could do during the day and at night. We learnt the days of the week, and sang.
Introduction to the theme. Songs that we sing during Autumn. Story about Leafy Practical life Sensorial Language Math Shape of the week Colour of the week – brown Number of the week 3 Science Art & Craft
Halloween Party. Making the Jack O’Lantern from our pumpkin. Halloween Party Activities and Games Finding the sweets in flour. Fishing spiders with straws. How many legs does my spider have? Pumpkin “basketball” Biting the Halloween Apple Put the nose to the witch with closed eyes. Hit the moster. Feed the monster. Halloween Ghost Bowling. Throw a circle on the Witch’s hat Our Halloween costumes.
Introduction to the theme We read the book – “MY FAVOURITE PUMPKIN” and sang the action song. Practical life Washing the pumpkin Tweezing Spooning pumpkin seeds Halloween soup Dry pouring Lasing Cutting Sensorial 1. Colour tablets Matching colours Knobless Cylinders Cylinders Mosaic Brown Stairs Language Letters of the week Feelings Pumpkin as an inset Pre-writing activities Colouring Pumpkins in different colours How does the Jack O’Lantern feel? Sand Paper.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES This is a great theme to do in the fall when many families harvest foods from gardens and grocery stores have lots of local produce for sale. Learning about fruits and vegetables can help promote healthy eating habits as well! Introduction to the theme We started with real fruits and vegetables. we learnt their names. Children had chance to touch, smell and distinguish the difference between skins,.
It hardly seems possible that the month of September has come and gone! Our classroom is coming together quite nicely – The children seem to be feeling more comfortable with classroom procedures and the general daily rhythm. It brings me much joy to observe the children choosing activities from the shelves, working with the them, and completing the work cycle by returning the items to the shelf for the another.
On our shelves this week. (from Summer theme) Summer fruits – picture object matching Shadow – picture matching Exploring shells Matching in pairs Counting shells – 0-5 Matching Size sorting – BIG-MEDIUM-SMALL Fishing Worm in apple – threading Sun glasses polishing