Today we read Jungle Jim the Jellyfish. We made a really cute jellyfish craft and we played a jellyfish counting game. We practiced writing letter Jj and reading our sight words. We have been working on a website together at circle time that is designed for early education and beginning readers. My hope is to get a couple of laptops or tablets for the kids to use at buddy stations. Of course I would love ipads or touch tablets but I don't even have a personal one for myself. I can dream.....maybe someday!! :) Anyways, you may want to check out the website and teach your child to navigate around and choose some different activities. The kids told me I had to put this link on the Busy Bee website. Baylor reprimanded me for not being caught up on our blog!! LOL!! I love knowing that they enjoy it just as much as you parents...probably more!!! Just click on the link below and have fun!!
Emilee brought the cutest jellyfish snacks to share!! aka....strawberry applesauce! Pretty clever, huh??!! Thanks Em!!
Oopsies!! I didn't blog last week so I am putting all of our letter Ii pictures from last week in one post! We had fun singing and reading about our alphabet friend Isabella Inchworm and Ii the insect too. We read about different kinds of insects and the characteristics of insects. We learned that insects have 3 body parts....the head, the thorax (middle section) and the abdomen. We also learned that insects have antennae and they have six legs.
We celebrated Jack's birthday and he brought homemade pudding pops! Mmmmm! They were yummy! And a little messy too! Thanks Jack!
We read the book Itchy, Itchy Chicken Pox and had fun making the boy from the story. And the next thing you know we had a bad case of the itchy, itchy chicken pox in our classroom!!
Drake brought Iced tea, Icebreaker mints and spotted cookies. We thought they looked like itchy, itchy chicken pox cookies!! Thanks for helping us learn about the letter Ii Drake!
I is for Ice Cream!! Baylor brought us all the stuff to make ice cream snowman sundaes! The kids had so much fun making them and eating them too!! Thanks Baylor!