Week 3/Day 1 MCP Virtual Learning
Week 2/Day 3 MCP Virtual Learning
Week 2/Day 2 MCP Virtual Learning
Week 2/Day 1 MCP Virtual Learning
Rhyming Bingo Cards
Day Three of Virtual Learning
Day Two of Virtual Learning
Easter/Spring Day 1:
Fine Motor: Cut Easter grass
Math: Color Jelly Bean Sort Sheet, Sort jelly beans and count, compare more and less, simple math, add and subtraction
Writing: Write what your favorite color jelly bean is
Extra: Make a pattern with your jelly beans!
Jelly Bean Science Experiment:
SING: “If you are happy and you know it”: CHANGE THE EMOTIONS
•If you’re surprised and you know it you can gasp.
•If you’re angry and you know stomp your feet
•If you’re disappointed and you know shrug your shoulders.
•If you’re sad and you know it, you can cry.
•If you’re silly and you know it dance around.
•If you’re scared and you know it cover your eyes.
•If you’re happy and you know clap your hands.
Writing: How are you FEELING journal page:
I apologize because this sheet did not make it into your activity bag. Check your email for a copy or simply draw a circle for your student to draw their face and how they feel today. Encourage them to copy, trace, and write their emotion.
Blow Germ Art:
Water color, straw, wiggle eyes, glue stick
Drop water colors on to paper like a puddle and use straw to blow the “germs” across the paper. Talk about how far the germs spread. Add wiggle eyes to the colorful “germs”. Note: if using the water color pallet is not enough for a puddle, you can turn small amounts of water different colors by dipping paint brush back and forth between pallet and water. If you have food coloring available, that will work as well.
Germ Sensory Bin:
Parents, aside from friends, I am certain your kiddos are missing our sensory table the most. You can do this! Soap and water cleans up so easily! This can be done with a bowl, or tub.
•soap and water
You can also encourage them to do this right in the kitchen sink. Perfect time to teach them how to wash dishes or sanitize their toys!
Science Experiment: Why is it important to wash our hands?What is something that gets all over and you can never get rid of like germs? GLITTER! Mix glitter with lotion and rub all over students hands. Head to the sink right away and see how long it actually takes to get the “germs” off. I hope this encourages better hand washing.
Math: play doh mat:
Use play-doh to roll out 20 tiny balls, form 20 with play-doh, and write 20. Recount your play-doh balls to re-enforce counting skills. Can you count higher than 20? How high?
Week 2/Day 2 MCP Virtual Learning Activities:
BOOK: “ABC Book” by Dr. Seuss
ACTIVITY: Find something in your house that begins with the first letter in your name.
Supplies: Alphabet Template, Water Colors, Crayons
Directions: Trace the black and white alphabet grid with crayons, including the borders. Paint with water colors over to make a patterns. Glue your masterpiece to the orange paper provided.
FINE MOTOR SKILLS: #2 Cutting practice sheet, Play doh- form letters in name, and Alphabet Worksheet
MOVEMENT: I spy with my little eye, the letter... use magnifying glass (SAVE for other lessons)
SCIENCE: Rain Cloud in a Jar- Why does it rain?
Supplies: Shaving cream, water, clear cup or jar, blue food coloring, pipettes or droppers
Directions: Fill jar 3/4 with water, then carefully add shaving cream on top of the waters surface so it looks like a cloud, SET ASIDE/set timer or count for a minute so the foam fully settles, mix food color with blue food color for “rain”, allow kiddo to drop a few “rain drops” and watch what happens. Next, fill the dropper and place the tip into the “cloud” and squeeze and watch it rain.
Week 2/Day 1 MCP Virtual Learning Activities:
BOOK: "And to Think That You Saw That on Mulberry Street" By Dr. Seuss
ACTIVITY: City Scavenger Hunt
ART: Use the watercolors to create gravity art
SCIENCE : Motion- What will roll down the ramp?Car, marble, block, use your plastic shaky egg (empty first), Pom Pom, check other items in the science kit from school. PREDICT! Let them experiment and come to their own conclusions. Extend the activity by adding materials to the ramp such as sand paper, bubble wrap, wax paper. Which materials help or prevent the objects from rolling?
WRITING: What did you see in town writing journal.
MATH: Say It Make It Write It (SAVE laminated sheet and marker)
*use the dice provided last week for the “say” box
*make it (count it out) with any set of small items at home or play doh provided
*write it with dry-erase marker provided
Rhyming Bingo with Ms. Sarah
Egg Shaker Dance: “I Know a Chicken” Dance How can you shake your egg? Get your sillies out!
Stuffed Animal Activity: Find all the animals in your house, and sort them by animal coverings. Match babies to parents. Sort by habitat. Sort by if they hatched from an egg.
Creative Play: Use your play doh to make your favorite animal.
Fine Motor Activity: Practice skills with the water color paper and brushes. Draw and write about your favorite animal on your journal paper.
Science Experiment: See the picture below.
Art Activity: Make a mixed up animal that hatched from your Horton Egg. Use your scissors, glue, crayons, the assorted art supplies AND YOUR IMAGINATION to get creative.
Play Bingo with us on Friday as Ms. Sarah calls the Bingo cards for you.
Buy the book here
Virtual Preschool Day 2:
Cutting Practice: Start with the simple cutting sheets and work your way toward the more challenging shapes like the spiral, circle, and star. Save your scissors for more cutting activities to come!
Birthday Card Writing/Art: Use the stickers and card stock to make a birthday card for a friend and trace/copy/write HAPPY BIRTHDAY and a message.
Play-doh Cupcake Math: Use the play-doh and candles to practice counting and simple math like adding and subtracting. Save your play-doh for more fun next time!
Balloon Science: Follow the directions on the “Bubble in a bubble” science sheet photo, on website.
Balloon Movement Game: See picture on website.
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Day One of Virtual Learning
**Birthday Bag is for tomorrow!**
WEATHER ART: Glue, paper plate, rainbow tissue paper cut into 1 inch squares. Encourage your child to roll/ball up the tissue paper to create a rainbow. Talk about the different weather and what is their favorite and why? What weather did the King of Didd make in our story today?
EXPERIMENT: Science/writing: 2 Table Spoons of cornstarch, 3 Table Spoons of Water, and a few drops of green food coloring or tempera paint. Mix the ingredients, adding the water a little at a time to the bag to get the correct consistency.
What sinks and floats? Items provided: Dice, paper clip, marble or stone, and tooth pick. Make a prediction and record the results on your experiment sheet. You can find other items in your house to extend the science fun.
OOBLECK OBSERVATION WRITING: activity draw your oobleck, and use your senses to write how it looked, felt, and smelled.
READING ACTIVITY: Find Three Rhymes, continue learning what makes a rhyme this week at home.
Introduction to MCP Virtual Learning