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Place on a wall or bulletin board. Encourage children to draw pictures of rainy days, cloudy days, and other weather pictures to add to the board, as well. 44 WATER WORKS Materials Water table Water Buckets, cups, bowls, and other containers Plastic dolls and animal figures Plastic cars Wash cloths Activity Set up a water works in your classroom or outside. Use a water table for children to experiment with water, pouring it into and out of various containers, floating things in it, washing plastic dolls or cars, and so on.
Help children by giving hints in a question, such as “I’m thinking of a woman who wears a crown. (queen),” “I’m thinking of a coin (quarter),” “I’m thinking of a kind of blanket (quilt),” and so on. After you ask the questions, children can ask more questions to figure out what the q word is! As an extension to this activity, have a “question of the day” every day. Whoever answers the “question of the day” gets to help you think of a question for the next day. For younger children: Provide paper and crayons and invite younger children to draw curly-q q’s!
How I wonder what you are. 58 SHOW ME C WORDS! Materials None Activity Invite children to move like things that begin with the letter c. First ask children what words they can think of that begin with the letter c. They may say things, such as cat, cow, cloud, crow, or car. Then invite children to move like cats, then cars, then clouds, and so on. ©© School Specialty Publishing McGraw-Hill Children’s Publishing 51 1-57029-485-2 101 Alphabet Activities Music and Movement 59 WORD CIRCLE Materials None Activity Invite children to sit with you in a circle.