Tadpole Tuesdays: Wild Animal Parade

This morning, the Tadpoles made tails and headbands at the art table with
Ms. Subohi to prepare for the animal parade. They also made animal sounds
and talked about what animals they wanted to be. In the media table, the
Tadpoles played with dried leaves and water.

In the front room, the children used their fine motor skills to play with
lacing buttons and waffle blocks. They also pretended to have a picnic and
played with the dress-up clothes. Some children read books and played with
pretend tools. In the back room, the Tadpoles danced around and played
with little people and houses. Some children also used their gross motor
skills to play on the spinners and see-saw and in the tent, while some
played with toy cars and buses.

Outside, the Tadpoles and Frogs dressed up in their costumes and walked in
the Wild Animal Parade! Some parents came to take pictures and the
children all walked to grandmother oak tree showing off their tails and
headbands. They had fun marching around the Frogs and looking at
everyone’s costumes.

At Toad Mountain, the jumpers rolled pumpkins down the hill and examined
pumpkin seeds. Some children went to play in the meadow and some enjoyed
swinging. Some jumpers also drew pictures. During this time, the swimmers
fed leaves to the goats and swung on the swings. Some swimmers also
crawled in the tunnel.

The children enjoyed a picnic lunch outside.

It was a great day at Frog Pond!

Sincerely,
Ms. Yelena

Lead Teacher, Tadpole Classroom

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