Apples

Apples BIG and Apples small! Guess what? In Pre-K, we like them all!!!

We have spent a week of exploring apples! We’ve painted and stamped with them, sorted them, patterned them, counted them, tasted them and even cooked them!
We used our math skills to compare their sizes and colors. We made applesauce by cutting, measuring, mixing and following a recipe. We were scientists investigating the inside and outside of an apple, learning the process of how apples grow and what season the apples are ready to be picked from the trees.
We’ve learned some new songs about apples, practiced our names and letters and of course our numbers too! We are really getting good at this Pre-K business!!! 🙂

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Creative Tots Artists Show Their Talent

Our Creative Tots did a wonderful job creating their Jasper Johns inspired work.  Our art display at Totstober was quite a look at the artistic talent at Creative Tots.  Get the frames ready!!!

Take a look at some of our wonderful work.

Toddler Alphabet

Toddler Alphabet

Toddler Artist used marbles in paint to roll the red and orange onto the background.  Next an ABC stencil was placed over their work and they rolled blue paint over top.  Very Jasper Johns!!

Early 3s - Numbers

Preschool - Numbers

Early 3s and Preschool artists studied Jasper Johns Numbers and created these wonderful pieces.  We learned about warm and cool colors as they painted the background in blue and green cool colors and the numbers in red and yellow warm colors.

Pre-K Alphabet

Our Pre-K artists used oil pastel to create the alphabet grid.  Next they painted each square with watercolor.  It was wonderful to see the color choices each artist made as they moved from square to square.