Gingerbread person hunt
Submitted by KarenIn order to familiarize you students with their new classroom (or new school) read the gingerbread man poem and then go on a hunt for the gingerbread man. Hide a gingerbread man in the last room and have it for snack. If you are just doing this within your classroom create gingerbread feet for your children to follow. Have the feet lead to your special treat
Submitted by CharleneAsk local grocery stores to donate grocery bags (paper) to your class. These are great for grocery store week.
Submitted by CharlotteIn the dramatic play area set up a greenhouse. Get fake flowers as well as garden tools, garden gloves, a watering can, and big hats. For an added effect get real dirt and put it in a Rubbermaid container.
Gook or GlobMake Gook, Glob, etc for your children to play with. Find out how by clicking here
Grow Your Name
Submitted by FloraGet small boxes, line them with plastic, and fill them with potting soil. Have your children scratch out their name in the soil. Have them sprinkle grass seeds into the name Gently cover it with soil and soon you will have their name growing in a garden
"G" Snacks ..their Grrrrrrrrreat
Submitted by Carla
- Granola Bars
- Graham Crackers
Grocery Store Dramatic Play Area
Submitted by TinaCreate a grocery store in your classroom.
- Set up grocery store shelves (you can use existing bookshelves, boxes, etc) in your classroom (Use real or play food)
- To make a conveyor belt, loop black paper around a table and tape the ends together (tape one end of the paper to the other end) the paper will roll just like a conveyor belt.
- Add a cash register to the end of the table to complete the effect.
- To make grocery carts use large boxes with all the flaps (except the narrow end) tucked into the box. Use the narrow end flaps as the handle. For added emphasis your children can cut and glue on silver metallic paper or aluminum foil.- you can also use any cart you have around the classroom
- Grocery Bags, ask local grocery stores to donate grocery bags (paper) to your class
Grocery Store Field Trip
Submitted by BettyAsk local grocery stores if they will let you take a "behind the scenes" field trip to their store. Almost all stores will. Your children will enjoy seeing were trucks are unloaded and the food is stored before being displayed, etc.
Submitted by CharleneGive your children a nice healthy groundhog snack They eat green vegetation so try lettuce, carrots, etc.
Groundhog in The Mud
Submitted by an Unknown FriendMake One box of instant pudding and sprinkle chocolate graham crackers on it (crush till fine like dirt) Put a groundhog on a Popsicle stick and place in the center of the bowl of pudding.
Submitted on the Comment BoxMy class of visually impaired preschoolers goes to the grocery store every year. Each child has a grocery list-- a 3x5 card with a food item in print, braille, and a picture.
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