Friday, July 30, 2010

Humpty Dumpty!

Day 2 of the week. The theme this week is Nursery Rhymes!
Project: Humpty Dumpty and a summary. We recited the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme a couple of time. Earlier, I had cut an egg-shaped piece out of clear Con-Tact covering. I removed the backing and attached a quarter piece of red construction paper to the sticky side.
After reciting the rhyme, the kids tore pieces of facial tissue and stuck them on the egg until it was covered. Next, they drew faces on their Humpty and arms and legs too. Finally, I had Connor and Ty tell me what happens to Humpty Dumpty and I wrote the words on the red construction paper. I saw this in the Pre-K Mailbox Magazine.
Materials Needed: Con-Tact paper, scissors, red construction paper, facial tissue, marker

2 comments:

  1. This is such a fun project! I have enjoyed all of the things you come up with to help teach your kids in a fun way. If you ever want to be a featured guest blogger at http://www.everydaymomideas.com just let me know. I would love to have you.

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