December 11, 2011
L is for ladybug!  On Wednesday, we learned all about ladybugs, sang a song and made a cute craft too!
See the Ladybug
(to the tune of Frere Jaques)
See the ladybug, see the ladybug,
Watch it crawl, watch it crawl.
See it crawling higher,
See it crawling higher,
Watch it crawl, up the wall.
See the ladybug, see the ladybug,
Watch it crawl, watch it crawl.
See it crawling lower,
See it crawling lower.
Way down low, to my toe!
Ladybug, Ladybug by Ruth Brown

Ladybug, Ladybug by Ruth Brown



ladybug preschool craft

The cute ladybug craft, made out of the mini paper plates

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Learning the letter L….

Last week we learned all about Ll.  We discovered the world of leaves, lemonade and made tiny lamps too!

letter L song for preschoolers

The letter L song from the ABC flip chart

leaf man

Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert


Playing in our crunchy leaves!

Thanks so much for sending in the leaves!  The kids had a great time with them!

easy lemonade for preschoolers

Making lemonade! This was super easy to do: each child got their own zip lock filled with water, ice, a tablespoon of sugar and a lemon wedge. Then just squeeze the lemon and shake it up!

L is for lemonade too!

easy lemonade

Enjoying the easy lemonade!

lamp craft for preschoolers

Miss Courtney made these adorable lamps with the children in the afternoon! They were made out of the small plastic drinking cups and a coffee filter! So cute and creative!

lamp craft for preschoolers

More cute, little lamps!

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Gingerbread Week


Last week, along with our regular curriculum, we had a gingerbread themed week.  I love gingerbread and it is a fun Christmas theme.  We read gingerbread books, played a game and made a craft all about gingerbread!  This was a great sensory experience for the kids as well since we tasted gingerbread cookies and smelled it as we mixed ginger into our paint when we painted the paper gingerbread men.

gingerbread pirates

The GIngerbread Pirates by Kristin Kladstrup

This was a great book!  The Gingerbread Pirates have an encounter with Santa and have their dreams come true.  It has a Pinocchio like ending!

The gingerbread girl goes animal crackers

The Gingerbread Girl Goes Animal Crackers by Lisa Campbell Ernst

The Gingerbread Girl Goes Animal Crackers is so cute!  The Gingerbread Girl gets a box of animal crackers for her birthday and they jump out and run away.  She then chases them and helps them escape the sly fox.

the gingerbread baby

The Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett

The Gingerbread Baby is a rather naughty little cookie who has the whole town chasing him, but has a very happy ending.

the gingerbread man

The Gingerbread Man by Jim Aylesworth

“Run, run as fast as you can!  You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man!”  This is the classic tale of the gingerbread man.

gingerbread preschool theme

Mixing ginger into brown paint for the paper gingerbread men

gingerbread preschool craft

The finished ginerbread man

gingerbread man game for preschoolers

The gingerbread man game we played. The children hid their eyes while the gingerbread man was hidden then one child at a time had a turn trying to find him!

gingerbread preschool theme

Our yummy gingerbread snack!

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