Today was spent exploring owls. We flexed our fine motor muscles a lot today. These little muscles are so important for preparing our owls to write as they get older. Watching them try to figure out the clothes pins was a "HOOT". But before long most who tried it mastered it with little or no frustration.
The children read about owls, counted owls and learned that owl starts with "O".
After reading, "Owl Babies", we thought we would try to make some of our own. We used kitchen scrubbies to make our Owl Babies
During our circle time we even played a game where we learned how to organize an owl family from greatest to smallest in size. I left it up and later in the day several children returned and had a go at it on their own.
What preschool day would be complete without some fresh air and outdoor time?
Here you will find little snippets of our days together. When my children were in preschool and would come home I would always ask, "So, what did you do today?". All they ever said was, "Played." That didn't tell me much. I hope this blog will be a place to share what we have done and help you ask more directed questions of your child. You will see first hand just what we do after you kiss your little one goodbye in the morning. It will also be a great place to visit and see just how much your child has grown and learned throughout the year.