Caps for Sale was a fun book for the kids to read. They all loved it. I love doing the songs
with the kids they enjoy dancing around and being silly.
The music was Tooty Ta. Of course they loved to put their bottoms up!!
We learned a little about money. They each got a handful of coins and noticed how different
each one is the color, the size, the faces and building on them. Then we did a cute work sheet
on counting pennies.
All the kids did a great job with counting!
The craft was to paint and decorate caps. The kids love to paint. I thought they each did a great job keeping the paint on top. They got to add a few puff balls to the side.
Here are the cute busy bees with their caps on!
Random cute girl that joins the group!
Trevor, cute Trevor, would not put his cap on.
The next day we worked on patterns. I first made some patterns with blocks and they told me what came next. Then each kid had a turn to tell there friends what color square came next.
The kids did great.
Then they got to make there own pattern with the hats. It didn't work like I had planned.
Then of course our monkey craft. The kids loved putting them together and adding their own faces.