L is for Llama
Community Challenge Activity:
Move Like A Llama – Do this activity together!
*What kinds of animals have four legs? How do they move? Invite a child to name a 4-legged animal and demonstrate how it moves.
Miller enjoyed putting the hair on the llama!
M is for Moose
Creative Corner activities help with fine motor and spatial awareness.
Discuss: What do you think it would feel like to walk around with antlers on your head? We then made and played with our Moose Headbands.
Letter N for Newt
This was not an activity that Mother Goose provided. But my children have to do an animal a day!! They will have it no other way.
Letter O for Otter
Our creative corner activity today we learned about earth science and visual arts.
Questions for this activity were: What do you notice about the otter? What tool looks lie the shape of an otter? How could you use that tool?
Letter P for Polar Bear
I asked the question what would you do if you saw a polar bear paw print outside? They of course said I would go back inside!!
Table Top Math – Moose Antler Game
Invite a child to toss the cube then count out that amount of “antlers” (sticks). Arrange sticks on the moose to look like antlers.
Letter R for Rattlesnake
Silly Snake Flip Book works on concepts of print, self concept and emergent writing.