Recently, we explored the theme of farming and farm animals (see post here). I had a bunch of books available for my kids and parents. I wanted to share that list with you in case you are thinking about doing this theme in your class or with your children at home….
This past week, our family went “screen-free!” We didn’t use the internet, watch tv, or use our tablets. It was so nice and easier than I thought that it was going to be! We decided that we are going to do more set “screen-free” times. With that said, I am a week behind in my blog posts and have a lot of work to do this week! If you would like to find more information and/or take a pledge to go “screen-free” for a week, here is some more information.
Two classes ago, we learned all about community helpers. We learned about the services they provide, the tools they need to use, and their special modes of transportation. Here is what we did….
Last week, we learned all about the people in our community and the services they provide. Here is a list of the books that I had available for the kids and parents….
Ok, I went WAY overboard with the amount of books that I had on hand for the kids and parents to read! You can find my list here. There are so many children’s books available on the topic “Under the Sea.” We started out by reading The Pout-Pout Fish by Deborah Diesen. I recently bought the hard-cover of this book for $5 (yeah!!) at Kohl’s. They also have $5 stuffed animals that correspond with the books. Unfortunately, our store was out of the stuffed pout-pout fish (boo!!). After our story and song, we had our centers….