|N is for Nest!|
On Monday, my students were introduced to the letter, "N". We practiced writing the letter in sand and rice, then we made our N-Nests.
|n is for noodles!|
Later in the week, they had an opportunity to create their n-noodles.
This week, we also wrapped up our Arctic unit. Reading through a couple of traditional Inuit tales, my students took special note of their clothing and way of life.
The later part of this week was very, very rainy and we were indoors quite a bit. No problem, though! We busied ourselves with homemade playdough...
...shaving cream finger-painting...
...and handprint art!
As a whole group, we also watched an iTunes early release of Disney's, "Frozen". This wound up being a sing-along as nearly every child already knew the words to every song.
Meanwhile, in Miss Gabriella's class, they worked on their circle paintings...
...and laced their letter M-Mittens!
Miss Kim's class enjoyed circle time and made their letter A's.
And Ms. Rebecca's 2-year-olds had fun working together drawing and creating playdough masterpieces.
We have fun in preschool!