Submitted by AprilHave your children line up in a row with their legs spread apart. Your children can then take turns crawling under their legs pretending to be a groundhog in a tunnel.
Grocery Store Cards
Submitted by TeddyCut out pictures of different foods from ads or coupons and paste them on a Index card. Make them look like playing cards by writing the name (and/or food group) on the top and bottom of the picture. You can use these cards in many, many different ways. Some ideas are:
- Go Fish (Using Food Groups)
- Making Picture Grocery List
Submitted by BabsieSet up grocery store shelves (you can use existing bookshelves, boxes, etc) in your classroom (Use real or play food). Let your children sort the cans, fruits, vegetables, etc, however they want. Ideas: By color, food group, size, texture, etc.
Submitted by Maureen Baer YoungI have a gingerbread girl doll and my class went on a hunt to find her. I wrote a note and left clues. We went around the school and asked different people if they had seen her. The children enjoyed trying to find her.
Submitted by D. Maureen Young, Carmichael Ca.For my Gingerbread Theme to teach the sounds the letters make I cut out 26 small gingerbreadmen. I write the alphabet letters on each one and make a gingerbread house out of a shoe box. We sing "Run run as fast as you can you can't catch me I'm the gingerbread boy or girl." Then we hold up a letter and sing that sound for example: DD as D as you can you can't catch me I'm the letter
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