For the topic Snow, I printed out photos of items related to winter and summer. Then I had the child sort the photos into piles for which ones were appropriate for winter weather, and which ones were inappropriate for the cold. NAEYC Standard: 7.4.1 Impact of Physical Systems on People

For the topic Snow, I printed out photos of items related to winter and summer. Then I had the child sort the photos into piles for which ones were appropriate for winter weather, and which ones were inappropriate for the cold. NAEYC Standard: 7.4.1 Impact of Physical Systems on People

By taking a shoebox, painting it, and cutting out a hole for the mouth, you can make a cheap and easy Feed the Shark game!

By taking a shoebox, painting it, and cutting out a hole for the mouth, you can make a cheap and easy Feed the Shark game!

The children learned the parts of a crab by playing Build a Crab! Each number on the die represents a body part for the crab. When you get the number, you take that body part to create a crab.

The children learned the parts of a crab by playing Build a Crab! Each number on the die represents a body part for the crab. When you get the number, you take that body part to create a crab.

As a language activity during Love and Kindness week, I created broken hearts with rhyming words. The objective is for the children to match the halves that rhyme. NAEYC Standard: 1.3.4 Literary Devices

As a language activity during Love and Kindness week, I created broken hearts with rhyming words. The objective is for the children to match the halves that rhyme. NAEYC Standard: 1.3.4 Literary Devices

For the topic Snow, we cut out blue paper and circles for snowmen, and then used white paint, a marble, and a shoebox lid to do marble painting. We made the snow globes heart shaped because it was the shape of the week. We talked about snowstorms and how snow globes look like snow falling. NAEYC Standard: 9.1c.3 Personal Connections

For the topic Snow, we cut out blue paper and circles for snowmen, and then used white paint, a marble, and a shoebox lid to do marble painting. We made the snow globes heart shaped because it was the shape of the week. We talked about snowstorms and how snow globes look like snow falling. NAEYC Standard: 9.1c.3 Personal Connections

Creating images of forest animals using natural materials.

Creating images of forest animals using natural materials.

During forest animals week, the children created recycled forests!

During forest animals week, the children created recycled forests!

Freebie printed from online and laminated, the children worked on their letter recognition by matching the upper case and lower case letters on the penguins. NAEYC Standard: 1.1.2 Word Recognition Skills

Freebie printed from online and laminated, the children worked on their letter recognition by matching the upper case and lower case letters on the penguins. NAEYC Standard: 1.1.2 Word Recognition Skills

A great way to teach the children about money while incorporating farm animals. This recycled piggy bank allowed the children to count pennies and put them into the bank.

A great way to teach the children about money while incorporating farm animals. This recycled piggy bank allowed the children to count pennies and put them into the bank.

We did open ended penguin painting by using black, white, and orange paint to create an image of penguins or something penguin related. NAEYC Standard: 9.1c.1 Representation

We did open ended penguin painting by using black, white, and orange paint to create an image of penguins or something penguin related. NAEYC Standard: 9.1c.1 Representation

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