|The barnyard offered us a lot of opportunities to practice our literacy and math skills as well as our creativity! We made butter, sampled different ways eggs can be cooked, milked a pretend cow and so much more!|
|Left: The children identified and circled the letterP's in our poem. Above: P is for Pig! The children matched the upper and lower case letter chicks. Below: Pictures for "write the room". The children are encouraged to copy the words they find around|
|the room. The get very excited that they are 'reading' and writing.
Below: We heard a story about Percy the Pig who collected things that started with the /p/ sound. The children identified which pictures began with /p/ and glued them in Percy's mud puddle.
|Now preschool wouldn't be any fun without some great sensory fun!
The children mixed shaving cream and brown paint to create some cool mud for their pigs! We also collected soft and colorful things we thought a hen would like to use to build her nest. And that's just exactly what we did! Then we took care of our little pompom chicks.
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|We played a game and spelled out some words that begin with the letter H and made a hen hut to store our letter H booklet.|
|We played some math games, identified some barnyard babies,|
|painted with colored sweetened, condensed milk, milked a pretend cow, and crowed like roosters!|
|And, of course, no theme would be complete without some cooking projects! Check out some of the fun foods we ate this month!|
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Goodyear, AZ 85395