It’s Friday! Here’s your video for today!
Today is our cooking day and P.E. Day!
Ok chefs! Today we will be making “Ants On A Log” recipe!
- Log Ideas
- Cucumber (slice in half, lengthways and scrape out seeds)
- Banana (slice in half, lengthways)
- Apple (cut into wedges)
- Pear (cut into wedges)
- Peach / Nectarine (cut into wedges)
- Filling Ideas
- Any nut butter
- Cream Cheese
- Cottage Cheese
- Mashed avocado/guacamole
- Greek Yoghurt
- Other dips/spreads (beetroot dip, carrot hummus, bean dip, tzatziki etc)
- Ant Ideas
- Other dried fruit (apricot, dates, figs, pineapple etc) cut into raisin-sized pieces.
- Cherry tomatoes
I have also heard of some other variations and fun names for this snack
- Ants on Vacation – where there are no ants on the log!
- Ants on a Slide / Slip and Slide / Slippery Dip – a layer of honey on top of the peanut butter!
Our P.E. Time will be:
Let’s Dance and Wave for Mrs. Frazee!
Time: May 22, 2020 11:00 AM
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Meeting ID: 885 4914 7284
For more active play or exercise:
Our sound for this week is y. Can you think of words that begin with y? Yes, yarn and yellow are a few. If you or your parent trace and cut out a y letter you could glue yarn on it or guess what color you could color it? I cut out a y and other pieces of paper to make a yak. It’s not hard to do. You will see it in a picture I’m sending.
If you don’t know what a yak is here is a bit of information about them. Yaks are related to cattle. There are two types, wild and domesticated. Yaks live in icy, cold mountainous regions of Central Asia. You can find it on a world map. Yaks are large animals that have strong sturdy legs and thick long shaggy fur that keeps them warm in the bitter cold. They eat grasses, herbs and small shrubs. They crunch on ice or snow for water. You can find a lot of pictures and information about them online. Your family can help yo with that.
Here’s another fun project for the letter Yy:
For math this week I thought doing some work on before, between and after numbers would be fun to practice. What numbers you use will depend on your child’s number sense. I have sent an example for you to see. Parents, you can make the pages and your child can tell you and then write the number that fits the space. If your child doesn’t write numbers yet you can use a highlighter to write and they can trace. See if they can give you the answer first. Use more challenging numbers for those who are able. Counting and number tracing or writing is always helpful. If you have any questions please email me. I like hearing from you. Thank you for the April and May pages I’ve been receiving. I’ll be putting the books together at the beginning of June so there is still time.
Have a wonderful week!
Love, Mrs. White
Have your child choose from any of the following type activities to explore and create:
Legos, Blocks, Puzzles, Games, Coloring, Drawing, Cutting, Painting, Playdough, ETC.
****PRAYER, SNACK, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Say Snack Prayer:
Dear Jesus we thank you for the food we are about
to receive. We thank you especially for my family
for providing it.
Eat snack, clean up!
- Play outside, run races, jump, climb. Enjoy any large motor activity OR use one of the links below:
Find two books at home to read to/with your child or use the resource listed below to hear a book read online.
We are always available for questions. Please text or call at:
Mrs. Castillo 360-473-9694
Mrs. Frazee 425-761-4852
Mrs. White 206-371-6749
More great resources:
Type: Montessori Sensorial activities at home
Practical life activities
Montessori Cultural activities
Montessori Cosmic activities