Dear Preschool Families,
We had a great week in preschool with our fun Dr. Seuss week of festivities. I loved all of the hairdos, hats and outfits that the kids had. Thanks for some of the Dr. Seuss books that I didn't have that kids brought in to read too, like" Wacky Wednesday" and "There's a Wocket in my Pocket!" We played some fun games like stacking turtles for "Yertel the Turtle," pin the egg on the ham with our egg glasses that you couldn't see out of, though some found a way. We tasted green eggs and ham which was really just green pudding with a nilla wafer in the middle. We added some sprinkles for extra coloring. We graphed who liked green eggs and ham and shared fun things that could fit in a pocket. We tossed bean bags into our own "cat in the hat," hat. We had fashion shows and read other great stories by Dr. Seuss too.
We also learned letter Qq. We practiced printing Qq and played a game where we flipped a quarter that had "Q" on one side and "q" on the other. We graphed which side it landed on the most.
For Art we made our letter Q into a queen, decorated our own wocket in a pocket and made a "Red, Fish, Blue Fish," picture.
The Yertel the Turtle game was for our Math lesson. We rolled the dice cube and tried to see how many turtles we could stack on top of each other before they fell and we had to start all over again.
For Religion we talked about continuing to be kind like Jesus.
We were very fortunate to have some great weather and got to go outside and play and get some well needed fresh air. I hope it continues! Have a great rest of the weekend!