kiddo daily delight – whose garden is it by mary ann hoberman

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The theme in preschool today was seeds.  Sara brought apples, oranges, bananas, and a peach to have the kids open and look for the seeds as they ate their snack.  During music & movement, they chose seeds and we sang Once There Was A Snowman, changing it to “once there was an apple (orange/peach) seed…and it grew, grew, grew…  They loved getting small in a tight ball and then growing and reaching.  🙂  Their main activity today began with “Whose Garden Is it” by Mary Ann Hoberman.  I love the story because it shows how integral a garden is…how many bugs, animals, people enjoy and live in a garden.  Using cilantro seeds (in hopes that they will be quick growers), they went outside, found some good soil in the garden, and planted their seeds.

 

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Thanks for the fun activity Sara!

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Click hereto read this book on Google books.  🙂

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