Monday Morning Comes Early
This weekend was a blast. I think I enjoy doing conferences more than I do the children’s concerts. Maybe it is the energy of having so many people on a room that all love the same thing – teaching preschooler ! Randy and I did a workshop / concert at the North West Arkansas Spring Providers Conference. We all had a great time!
Randy singing a version of BOOM BOOM CHICKA BOOM !
The big news of the day was our completed sink area in the classroom. Pam, my sister in law even made a cute skirt to hide the pipes with a matching curtain and lamp shade cover. TOO CUTE! You cant even imagine how much easier this makes our day.
Our friend Danny showed up today with a cool new haircut !
Ms Debbie got a cool new teachers center that we love!
We played numbers BINGO !
Jaxson was playing with the worms and said ” Look Ms Debbie , what I did! ” He was so proud that he had sorted the worms by size ! Right after that he took off outside to dig and look for more worms.. real .. worms.
I was impressed by the girls block structure !
Mondays arent so bad.
( I almost forgot . We also had a visitor today to observe. Angie is our Al’s Pals Social and Emotional curriculum trainer. She came to see me do a lesson brainstorming. In order to teach this to the kids, I wanted to tie it in with what we were already learning – SPRING! I took a balloon and we passed it around the room ( raindrop ) and we sang Rain Rain Go Away , Come Again Another Day , Little _____ wants to play. ” Who ever the raindrop stopped with had to brainstorm and think of ONE idea of something to do if it is raining outside. We made a list. The kids seemed to get RAINstorm and BRAINstorm a little confused , but finally they were able to hear the difference. After that we read a book about a little girl named Sarah and her favorite boots. They didnt fit anymore. She tried everything to make them fit. She BRAINSTORMED. We talked about how sometimes we run into a problem, it cant be helped. So, instead of getting frustrated we need to brainstorm different ideas on how it can be fixed. Thinking outside the box to other solutions ( rather than the obvious ) is a great skill.