Two Little Ghost Chant. Continue reading Halloween Songs
Preschool Halloween Art
Get ready for Halloween in your classroom or at home! Choose from over 200 preschool Halloween art ideas.
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Ingredients: one large flour tortilla, shredded cheddar cheese and sliced olives.
How to make: sprinkle shredded cheddar cheese on a big tortilla and use olives to make the eye, nose and mouth. Heat in the microwave until the cheese melts. Slice up and eat!
My students just loved learning about Columbus day. Continue reading Columbus Day
My Kindergarten class is doing a Poetry Puppet Show for the parents. Each child chooses a simple poem to memorize. Next, they make a puppet to go along with the poem. We talk about the main idea and the main character to help generate ideas. The puppets can be made from socks, bags, boxes or anything that works! After a few days of practice, we invite the parents in for the show! I have a puppet stand made from an old sheet and pvc plastic pipe. Continue reading Poetry Day
God said to Jonah, “Take a trip to Nineveh, and tell the wicked people there, they have to change their ways.” Continue reading Yom Kippur Songs
I got this one from a friend. To teach the meaning of repentance, you have two people (preferably teacher and teacher’s aid) hold a long piece of string. Continue reading Yom Kippur Misc
To help the children understand the meaning of “al het” or “missing the mark” (ie: not always being as perfect as we would like to be all the time), Continue reading Yom Kippur Games
I like to have my kids make an ocean in a bottle. Continue reading Yom Kippur Art