I had another fun surprise on Tuesday! I gathered all the scrap pieces of white construction paper I could find and wrote our numbers, colors and shapes on them. Next, I wadded them up and put them in a big tub.
Everyone got to pick out a "snowball" and read what was written on it. Next, (here comes the fun part!) you got to "throw" the "snowball" into the . . . .
We could have played this game for hours! It was such a big success that we left him in our room and everyone played the game by themselves! Now, that was a fun game!
It has been very cold here but remember, our school is in the "DEEP" south, so snow is something we hardly ever see. But that didn't stop us from making more snowballs! A little baking soda and water and suddenly . . . .
we even made a snowman!
Okay, now here comes the fun part . . . . everyone took turns dropping their snowballs (or snowman) into a big bowl of vinegar!
I am always looking for fun ways to help us review our shapes so during the winter months I made us some cute little "shape penguins"! The children have had a lot of fun playing with them. The star penguin is their favorite.
We read the book, Snowballs by Lois Ehlert and my class loved it. It is a wonderful book about making a snowman from found objects. Well, we had to make our very own snowmen/women from some things we found. Aren't they wonderful?!?!?!
This snowlady has a bowtie pasta for a hair bow!
This snowman has a leaf for a hat!
Each child carefully picked out all the parts of their snowman/snowlady. Just a note, we did not use our regular school glue, we used some Aleene's Tacky Glue that was left over from Christmas. We had a great time!