SHOW AND TELL

Bring something you wear because of the weather

(think bathing suit, mittens, etc.).

Topic: Weather

Learn the what and why of weather

The value we’ll be studying is justice, which means fairness and equality. In our country, the first rule is that all people are created equal.

For science, we’ll experiment with hot air and cold air, tornadoes, and rainbows.

Outside, we’ll run figure 8’s and pretend to be rubber bands.

The songs we’ll be singing are Frosty the Snowman, You Are My Sunshine, Let’s Go Fly a Kite, Singing in the Rain, We Shall Overcome, and It’s Raining, It’s Pouring.

For creative dramatics, we’ll pretend to be different kinds of weather.

Our art activities are rain sticks, macaroni snowflakes, frosty shapes, and peace doves.

For motor development, we’ll work on strength with push ups, sit ups, and leg raises. For motor planning, we’ll do cotton ball blow, chimp race, and hip hop.