Our Week In Review – Letter F thru J

The kids are really enjoying our animal a day.  We are using this month as review for our preschoolers and they are doing so well.  We change our environment of learning often.  The kids respond well to this. I never want their learning to become stagnant.  We use classroom games as teaching strategies, we relate what we are learning to their lives,  make learning interactive,  and give them choices.

Letter F  – Fox

Foxes are omnivorous mammals that are light on their feet.

Letter G – Gorilla

Gorillas are large apes that are native to Africa. They are typically divided into two groups. The mountain gorilla lives in the mountainous regions of central Africa, while the lowland gorilla lives in the flat, dense forests of central and western Africa.

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Letter H – Game of Hops and Slides

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Letter I – Inchworm

Inchworms aren’t worms at all, but caterpillars who have legs at both ends of their bodies and none in the middle. This makes them look odd when they move, shifting first one end and then the other, which has the effect of making them arch their bodies as they go.

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Letter J – Jellyfish

Jellyfish have no brain, heart, bones or eyes. They are made up of a smooth, bag-like body and tentacles armed with tiny, stinging cells.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Stacy Ransom says:

    It looks like everyone is having a great time this summer with A-Zoo! Thanks for sharing. #MGTblogger

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