Friends and Family Preschool Theme
cut up straws into small pieces and put each color in a different baggie along with a pipe cleaner…. encourage language by having children ask for different colers from their friends bags Each child chose one baggie of straw beads and were then invited to share their color of beads with the other children so that everyone could make a bracelet with all the different colors…
Making friendship bracelets in preschool
Friendship Bracelets...and week 11 of preschool co-op
15 Picture Books About Friendship
Showcase the number of people in your youngsters' families with this picture-perfect idea! In advance, have each child bring in a photograph of his whole family. Label each of six index cards as shown. Then display them in order at student eye level. Help each student count the total number of family members in his photo and then post it above the corresponding number. Encourage youngsters to compare the different family sizes using words such as more, fewer, and same.
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Family Glyph - Great for beginning of the year.
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No doubt this handsome display will help little ones remember how to be a friend to others! Cut out a class supply of hand patterns (see print link) on white construction paper. Give each youngster a pattern and encourage her to color it. Display the hands on a bulletin board in a wreath shape. Title the board as shown. Finally, ask youngsters to give examples of how to be a good friend as you write their words around the wreath. This eye-catching bulletin board is sure to be a favorite!
Friendship Wreath Display. Give each child a hand pattern and him color it. Staple hands to bulletin board in a wreath shape. Next, ask children to give examples of how to be a good friend. Write answers around wreath.