May 27 19 iyar
So many things have happened lately!
We have caterpillars in the classroom, and we watched one of them grow, turn into a chrysalis and become a beautiful butterfly- that we released outside. We drew our caterpillars and the butterfly with various colors, like colored pencils, crayons and pastels.
We made Hummus and did blue-and-white art, in honor of Israel's birthday. We also decorated the classroom with Israeli flags.
We also celebrated Viola's birthday- happy birthday big girl! :)
We played with all kinds of wooden shapes and built and manipulated them.
We played with our geo-boards, stretching rubber bands and making different shapes
We also made art with liquid paint dripped on coffee filters.
We did some collage art, which involved cutting, gluing and taping.
We did some stamping are with primary colors- blue, red, yellow.
We traced the outline off the kids on a big piece of paper- you can see the outcome on our wall.
We had a picnic- we took our lunch boxed and ate outside in the yard
We built a pretend fire for La"g Ba'Omer
We had lots of sensory fun with water play, ooblek, playdough and bugs, shredded paper, bubbles, moon sand and sea shells, colorful pom poms, soft blocks, hay and horses, sticky foam, blue water and rocks, dry leaves.
We had lots of fun together at circle time- with games like "bug on a rug", "Whats missing" memory game and "scoobi-doo". We even had a dance party!
The books we read:
The very hungry caterpillar (in Hebrew and English), butterfly books, books about Israel, Russel the sheep, Ma'ase Be-5 Balonim (a tale of 5 balloons- an Israeli classic), Susan laughs, 10 apples up on top, Ze' Lo Argaz (this is not a box), Maisy loves lemonade, once upon a potty.
Enjoy the rest of the week!
Vered and Anna