Preschool Safari Theme Water Activities
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This week, our topic is Backyard Safari and today we're exploring Water with Experience Early Learning (formerly Mother Goose Time).
Today's activities were definitely lots of fun! We made safari postcards, counted how many were in the water hole, and played watering hole toss.
During circle time, we also had a really great discussion about where we can find water and of course, read a story together too.
How Many in the Water? was a fun small group math activity using math story cards with sticks and water. We talked about adding and taking away animals to and from the watering hole. We also talked about how water bends our view of objects.
After that, we practice the alphabet with the Watering Hole Toss. The kids rolled a cube with pictures and sounds and then tossed a bean bag into the correct letter bin.
During center time, the preschoolers had a few different options. They could continue with the math and literacy games from Experience Preschool or make bridges using loose parts to practice logic and reasoning. We also put together a fun safari sink or float activity.
Don't forget to stop by next week to see what we're up to as we start learning about Health & Fitness with Experience Early Learning (formerly Mother Goose Time).