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Crumpling paper is great for working on hand intrinsics. Each student pushed their Ball to knock down the Bottles—-then counted how many they knocked down. Again, we discussed what shape we were cutting. And finally, we explored the concepts of hard and soft a properties of materials access point in addition to colors using mardi gras beads and pom poms. Cara made a ccarabook matching game.
Squeezing also works on hand strengthening. We added food coloring to our glue to help our students differentiate the designated areas on which to glue their tissue paper.
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Then we all sat down for a crunchy apple snack! We strung Big Blue Beads. This toy was purchased from the Lakeshore company catalog. We rinsed our hands in cherry scented water and used cherry scented lotion as we talked about cherry pie as a symbol of our country.
We rolled it out into long snakes, working on graded fine motor control. We made the oobleck one of our all time favorite substances by adding water to cornstarch and adding koolaid for color.
Alphabet Group—letter B We started with Bowling. Symbols of Our Country. Next, our students Decided how many bones to feed the Dog. We set the yarn aside. We also used a hairdryer to simulate the cool fall breezes. Check cafabook with us next week as we have more fun Group by Group!
She substituted apple juice for the water called crabook in the recipe. Blowing the leaves great for visual tracking was a huge hit and our students loved gathering them all back up working on grasp patterns and eye hand coordination. All caraboook are found using Google images. We used our home made playdough again.
For the beard we used a triangle shape and cotton balls. Yes, it was a little chaotic but lots of fun! Joy made brown playdough using coffee and whole wheat flour. Whew, thats it for week 2.
Apples, apples just for me. We talked about the shape circle that was formed—a math access point. A googlie eye was the finishing touch! We borrowed a fantastic hat from Brenda, our music teacher. On Tuesday we made apples using a craft idea from Autumn Activities: Our students who are able to tolerate oral tastings got to try some applesauce with caramel syrup—-a mini caramel apple!
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We started with Bowling. Placing the sticker on the students thumb was a way to adapt the activity for those students with increased muscle tone. Then they proceeded to make Curves on a large brown paper grocery bag.
We like giving our students choices of 3 as they have to choose between 3 answers when taking the alternate assessment. We searched for the letters USA in rice. We like to give our students choices of 3 items because when they take our Alternate Assessment they are given an array of 3 choices. Our students had so much fun trying to match the sounds they heard on the Computer. Then we used tongs to pick up the bones and feed the Dog.
We learned about shapes and the concept of soft. We used the chenille stems to hook the beard around our ears. We found some silk leaves at the dollar store. She mixed the ingredients then sprinkled them out onto a paper towel to dry, which took less than 1 hour. We looked for the letter F hidden in assorted dried beans. Our students really enjoyed the varied colors of the beans.
We used a paper cutter to make strips of red and green paper.
We talked about its color white and shape carahook. We have learned to be flexible! We then cut out some blue rectangles. Squeezing the syrup and holding the spoon works on bilateral and eye hand coordination.
Joy brought different things to show while the book was being read like leaves, cool air using a hair dryer set on the cool setting and squirrels. The students then painted a squirrel drawn and precut from poster board, by Joy with brown paint. For our next activity, we put Dots round stickers on a Duck Drawn by Joy.