Here we did a painting about nature that we observed outside.
One of our math centres was making 'carpets' with a certain number. We had to find all of the combinations.
We did activities with Mme Leigh Anne. She is an actor and an artist.
We imagined that strings were attached to us to help us act.
We did lots of acting activities.
Here we are acting scared.
We wrote a story triangle and played the game 'Miror, Miror!'
Here is a group of 6 people who go up and pretend they are on the stage. The others are the audience.
In the beginning of our story, Lilly was very nervous to go to a new daycare.
The teacher in our story was mad at the daycare kids because they made a mess. They didn't blame Lilly.
The teacher in our story said, 'You guys are being such a good class cleaning up, you can clean up with some music. Let's have a cleaning dance party!'
After the teacher put the music on, we started to have a cleaning dance party.
Our character was so happy that nobody blamed her for the mess.
We are pretending that we are painting in the daycare.
We are pretending that we tripped on our laces.
The kids in our story were not going to tell on Lilly for making the mess. Instead they all took the blame.
Lilly brought the mop and bucket to the daycare to help clean up.
It was really fun getting to act!
This is where we were baking zucchini bread. The zucchini bread in the trays is when it was finished, it was delicious!
We are talking about the zones of regulation. The blue zone means sad or tired, the green zone is when you're happy and ready to learn, the yellow zone is when you kind of feel agitated and the red zone is when you are out of control or angry and frustrated.
We were doing animal posters for physical and behavioural adaptations.
We are working on problem solving using blocks.
Here we are in the talking circle with Mme Pam. We learn about the First Nations. We always go clockwise in the circle. In the talking circle, you can only talk when you are holding the special grandfather rock.
Here we are learning about Canadian animals. When we were done reading the book, we made clay animals and their habitat!
These are our Halloween silhouettes!
Thanks for all of the delicious Halloween snacks!
Here are some pictures of us in our costumes getting ready for the parade in the gym.
We have to count our candy tonight so that we can talk about numbers in math!