Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Ring George the Giraffe


My co-teacher created a game for our kiddos' "Ring George the Giraffe". The kids where given two hula hoops to throw in hope of catching George the wild giraffe.  This game was a perfect way to collect some "Teaching Strategies Gold" documentation.  



Objectives covered where demonstrates gross motor movement (throwing) and balances needs of self and others.  

The kids loved it and it was a perfect inside game, due to the fact that we could not go outside today because they are finally planting grass.  I am so excited to have grass instead of mounds of dirt.  


Tuesday, March 29, 2016

No Sew Diapers


My co-teacher turned out dramatic play center into a nursery for zoo animals.  She did such an amazing job:).
To help make it more realistic I made no sew diapers!   I can't believe how easy these where and the best part was I did not have to pull out the sewing machine, which took the anxiety of sewing down to a zero.  

First, I created a pattern, and cut out my diapers (I used fleece, it does not fray when cut) 


Next, I used liquid stitch to glue Velcro tabs on.  



Tadaaaa no sew diapers my kiddos thought they where amazing. 




Sunday, March 27, 2016

Saguaro Lifecycle

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Easter!

Happy Easter!

I hope everyone had an amazing Spring Break and an amazing day with family!  As the saying goes better late then never!  I finally got my Easter clip art finished!  I am going to buckle down and finish all of the sets that are 1/2 finished!  So don't forget to stop by an see what has been posted!




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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

Academic Showcase Night!

What fun we had creating our Chicka Chicka Boom Boom trees.  
Each student got to glue items on letters: 
g = glitter
p = pom poms
d = dot
f = flames
c = cotton balls
b = bows

On our number tree the students picked a number, then they glued objects on their numbers!



We did a letter, number sort as a whole class!


Each child completed their own number letter sort!


Finished display!


Students worked on recognizing the letters in their name by gluing them on their own
 "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom" tree.


Our students had a fun time showing their parents their hard work!  



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