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Exploring Black History - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on January 20, 2022 at 2:15 PM

The children explored activities in relation to famous inventors and people in Black History. Monday in art the children engaged their small muscles as they cut, or tore, yellow, red, and green paper to glue together a traffic light. In math the children engaged in a bingo game, Dodgers Bingo to celebrate Jackie Robinson. Tuesday in art the children continued working on their traffic lights of cutting or tearing the paper. In math the children worked on number identification and putting numbers in order 1-10, and in language the children practiced writing letters. Wednesday in art the children mixed paint colors and discussed the colors that represent different shades of skin. In language the children dictated what they would invent for people use, and in math the children patterned Lego's. Today in art the children marble painted, but with a golf ball!! In math the children used tongs to pick up small pom poms and place them on golf tees, and then count when they finished. This was a good fine motor experience too. In language the children will dictate what their dream is. Tomorrow in art the children will create glasses using straws and paper. In math the children will count the numbers on a clock and tell what number the hand is pointing too and in language the children look at a picture and tell a story. In he sensory table this week the children explored baby doll shampoo ith baby dolls, brushes and loofahs!