Mrs. Busch & Ms Brittany - 3's - Knoch Knolls - T/Th
Walking in a winter wonderland!
We sure have had a wonderful time inside our winter wonderland classroom and enjoying the crisp, fresh air outside!
We have been working on recognizing the letters "M" and "W" along with the previous letters we have talked about. Look around and see if your child can identify words and their beginning letter sound! Our Mystery box has been full of winter surprises such as; mittens, a winter hat and water. We read some great stories during circle time and with our amazing parent volunteers, thank you!
Decorating snowflakes, creating bird feeders, painting our special snowmen were just a few art pieces we created this month!
Roll the dice and design your snowman and add the "marshmallows" to the hot chocolate have been just a few of the fun ways to work on our number recognition, counting and one to one correspondence.
We engaged our senses, made predictions and observations before, during and after our mint candy, water, vinegar and soda experiment. We are turning into quite the little scientists!
We got the chance to play in the snow in our classroom! Well, snow made from oatmeal, shaving cream and glitter of course! Demonstrating our teamwork skills while building marble run routes in the sensory table was a great time!
We loved ice skating while drinking hot chocolate in our winter wonderland! Taking care of our babies and working in the kitchen are always a favorite. We are really working together to build different homes for animals using blocks, magnatiles and legos.
We did a great job learning and practicing our family snow day songs! It's fun to add instruments, colored scarfs, movement and music into all parts of our morning! We even had an instrument parade outside at the park...brrrrrr it was a bit chilly! Taking classroom hikes while using our senses to observe nature is one of our favorite things to do!
Thank you so much for joining us for our family snow day! We love having you as part of our classroom! Enjoy a wonderful winter break!
~Mrs. Busch and Ms Brittany