Tot School- November 2014 (1 Year Old)
Soooo November completely got away from us, and we didn't really do much tot school at all! Between being sick, some traveling, and the holidays, we were just busy!. We'll try to get back into the groove of things next month! So I added a couple notes on the things we did do and a few photos!
November 2014 Schedule
Verse: “Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good.” -Psalm 107:1
Verso: “Den gracias al Señor, porque él es bueno.” -Salmos 107:1
Brown/Marrón: bear/oso, turkey/pavo, monkey/mono, chocolate/chocolate, dog/perro, potato/patata, squirrel/ardilla, acorn/bellota
T: train, taxi, tiger, turtle, Thanksgiving, truck, tree, table
T (español): tren, taxi, tigre, tortuga, techo, toro, telefono, taza
5 Silly Turkeys
The First Thanksgiving
What is Thanksgiving?
The Bernstein Bears Give Thanks
(To the tune of the Hokey Pokey)
You put your right wing in,
You put your right wing out,
You put your right wing in,
And you shake it all about.
You do the turkey trot
And you turn yourself around.
That’s what it’s all about!
Additional verses: Left wing (left arm), drumsticks (legs), stuffing (tummy),
wattle (head), tail feathers (bottom), turkey body (whole self).
Gobbly, Wobbly Turkeys
(tune: Ten Little Indians)
One little, two little, three little turkeys,
Gobbly, wobbly, bobbly turkeys,
It's Thanksgiving Day!
I Eat Turkey
(tune: Frere Jacques)
I eat turkey, (point to self)
I eat turkey. (point to self again)
Yes, I do, (nod head)
Yes, I do (nod head
Turkey in my tummy. (rub tummy)
Yummy, yummy, yummy.
Good for me (point to self)
Good for you (point to others)
We loved all these songs!
-Count with book: 5 Little Turkeys
-Counting and sorting feathers
-Focus on the triangle shape
Didn't get to any of this!
-T Painting: Use something that starts with the letter “T” (toothbrush) as a tool to paint the turkey
-Corn Painting: Use a corn cob as a paint roller to create paintings.
-Turkey handprint cutout: http://happyhomefairy.com/2012/11/16/thankful-handprint-turkey-craft-free-printable/
We did the toothbrush painting, and she really enjoyed this!
We also did the turkey handprint cutout. At first, I planned on just tracing one hand and then retracing that copy because I figured that it would be rather difficult to trace her hands. But she surprised me! She LOVED having her hands traced, and she eagerly placed the next hand on the paper to be traced!
I was super excited to do the corn painting, but I always forgot to buy corn!! (or we ate it all haha).
-Turkey felt play: Cut out pieces of turkey from felt to build turkey
-Leaf contact paper activity found here
-Brown sensory bin
I attempted to make a brown sensory bin, but realized I didn't have a lot of brown things to put in there haha. Oh well!
And here are a few photos =]