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I never feature a product we don't use and enjoy ourselves. Rain on my umbrella Rain on my umbrella, Never stops. Drip, drip, drop. Under my Umbrella Under my umbrella, I am dry. Wiggle fingers like rain I wait until the raindrops stop. Clap hands on stop Now no umbrella on my top! Hold up Hands Wait until the raindrops stop Clap hands on stop Now no umbrellas on my top? We will have frogs that jump at table toys and frogs in the sensory table and at playdough. You can talk to your child about the different shades of green, the difference between hopping and walking, what is green and growing in your yard as well as in the preschool garden.
At Circle Time we will be talking about sounds — frogs make noise and turtles do not. This month we will be talking about things that are green…turtles, frogs, grass, plants and shamrocks. Three Little Frogs Three green and speckled frogs Sat on a speckled log Eating some most delicious bugs mmm, mmm! One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool, Then there were two green speckled frogs.
We will be talking about turtles this week and where they live. The art project will be turtles with color dots on their shells. We will learn a new rhyme about colors:.
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The contrast of green and white will be in several areas of the preschool this week. Maybe even outside if the forecast is correct and we get some snow! When you are on a walk, or sitting at the dinner table, ask your child about what is the same and what is different about an object, feeling or the weather outside. Turtle, turtle moves so slow, Crawling, crawling, watch him go. At the pond he looks around, See his head move up and down.
Turtle, turtle wants to swim, Now he slides and dives right in! This is my turtle This is my turtle. He lives in a shell. He likes his home very well. He pokes his head out when he wants to eat. And pulls it back when he wants to sleep. This month we will be talking about friendship, family and singing songs about love.
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At the art table children will be using glue and paper to make cards for family and friends. As they create their cards they will be:. We will be talking about neighborhoods and who lives in their neighborhood. What places do you like to visit?
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Who do you see working in the neighborhood? It is a way to have your child connect to the community they live in — their family, their neighbors and the people who work in their neighborhood. Skidamarink a dink a dink, Skidamarink a doo, I love you. I love you in the morning And in the afternoon, I love you in the evening And underneath the moon; Oh, Skidamarink a dink a dink, Skidamarink a doo, I love you! We will continue to sing about mittens, snowmen and cold weather.
We will continue talking about colors with our mitten story. The children will be talking about textures in the art room, there will be an assortment of warm clothing in the dramatics area and we will have books about weather in the library. We will be dressing Bear and adding the choice of mittens or gloves for Bear.
Our children have lots of words for wet and rain but not as many about cold weather so this year has been a great January for using those mittens while learning about ice, frost and snow! Thumb in the thumb place, fingers all together. Mittens, mittens for the snow time, when the world is white. But alas the mitten was not the right mitten, for it was colored red.
Welcome back to school. I hope you have enjoyed time with family, friends and had some time to get outside to play in the snow. We will be talking about snow, snowflakes and snowmen in the next several week. We will have songs, poems and stories about cold weather and snow. I love that the children have had a chance to see actual snow…and maybe had an opportunity to make a snowman.
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