Bring a thing to keep you warm

Topic: Polar Regions


How people and animals adapt to the cold.



The value we’ll be studying is courage, which is to be able to think clearly to get yourself out of a dangerous situation.

For ecology, we’ll learn how people use the things in their environment for living.

Outside, we’ll have an Eskimo Olympics.

The songs we’ll be singing are Frosty the Snowman, Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer, Red River Valley, Home on the Range, and John Jacob Jingleheimerschmidt.

For creative dramatics, we’ll act out Why Mr. Fox Has a Red Coat.

Our art activities will be polar cape, paper bag mukluks, whale tooth necklaces, and aurora borealis pictures.

For motor development, we’ll work on stamina with running, jumping jacks, and sit ups. For vestibular function, we’ll spin and hop, in and out of the window,  and blindfold bowling.