we think that even without us telling you, you will know if this person likes bananas:
and we think you will know if THIS person likes bananas:
we learned about the “no” symbol and i drew some signs that i thought would be familiar to the preschoolers. turns out, no one knew what the “no smoking” sign was until i told them. and this was a chance to show that even grown ups might not know how to draw a dog.
then using our paper supplies, we colored our bananas (“kindergarten style”) and showed if we liked them or not…no words needed!
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following our banana work, we sang “apples and bananas” and did some vowel work. wow, that song gets silly. our preK afternoon class also read “going on a bear hunt” before we went on a vowel hunt. but we read it “chapter book” style which felt really grown up. i drew a book on our calendar to help make sure we didn’t forget to read “chapter 2.”
watch out kindergarten, it’s only october and these kids know their vowels!