>Today we continued our zoo theme. After playing in centers we went outside to enjoy the great summer weather. The kids had fun in the water table, riding trikes, and moving all (and I do mean all) the toy cars, trucks, trains, tractors, dump trucks, etc. up onto the porch to create their own toy store. They were really enjoying themselves. We came in for circle time, and marked on the calendar all the birthdays we have this month. We marked on the 24th of this month the last day that we will be together for the summer, and we counted the 18 days we have left. Time sure has flown by this summer! We then did our morning message and took a survey of what we do before bedtime, as the zookeeper locks all the cages before he goes to bed in Good Night Gorilla. Of the three options given (read books, watch T.V., and play with toys) we unanimously-6 to 1- watch T.V. before we go to bed. Hmmm…maybe we need to think about that! Then we played a game of animal charades. The kids absolutely loved playing that, and after two rounds, I had to PROMISE that we would definitely play it again tomorrow. We read two zoo books, including a non-fiction book about wild animals that answered some questions we had about certain animals. We are looking forward to Wet Wednesday tomorrow!
Thanks for doing a great job! Debbie
It sounds like the kids are having a great time!! I was wondering (I would have emailed you directly, but my email connection is on the fritz.. sorry) is your preschool in your home?? Do you do a full day or is it half day?? Your idea's are great, your set up is wonderful and I would love to learn more 🙂 Thanks!! Michelle
HI Michelle. I can answer this for Beth. My name is Debbie. This is actually my family home daycare and my blog but my husband and I travel during the summer doing children's concerts so for the first time ever, I hired someone to work for me and I am so PROUD. Isnt she great?!!! Beth has been blogging for the past 5 weeks, prior to that it was me. You can email me at email@example.com if you have more questions.