P is for Pooh Bear

Monday, January 23, 2012

P is for Pooh Bear

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In honor of Winnie the Pooh Author A.A. Milne’s birthday on January 18th, we had a P is for Pooh Bear week! We watched our favorite Pooh Videos (classic series where they are 15 minutes each), read Pooh books, crafted, did learning worksheets, and had a birthday party for A.A.Milne!
Here is our birthday party for A.A.Milne: We invited friends Pooh & Eeyore, blew up balloons, wore old Pooh party hats, sang happy Birthday, and ate cupcakes to celebrate. After we finished eating we played some balloon games and watched Winnie the Pooh Blustery Day (our favorite!)
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Favorite worksheets from my {FREE} 40 pages Pooh Pack:
  • Match the Pooh Character to the Animal it represents, Pooh Character Puzzle, Shape Sort
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  • Practice making “P’s” and Stamping to Build Words
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  • Color Matching, Pooh Memory & Patterns
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  • Match the first letter of the Character Names & Alphabet Practice Puzzle
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  • What Season cut & paste activity and Pooh coloring sheet
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  • Practice Counting 1-100 -  by 1s, 10s, and 5s and Learning about Sticky Vowels
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  • Opposites cute & paste and Mapping/Measuring Practice
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Learning about Money with 2 different money games (also in the Pooh Preschool Pack)
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Paper Bag Puppets – We made Pooh, Tigger, and Piglet puppets out of paper bags and template.  January 2012 1845
Free Coloring Pages – The kids enjoyed spending some time coloring (and practicing fine motor skills). Minnie actually did the best job she’s ever done coloring!! YEAH!
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More alphabet ideas for preschoolers and kindergartners.



7 comments:

  1. Shared this at We Teach - the Alphabet Group and pinned it.
    http://www.weteachgroup.com/group/weteachthealphabet/forum/topics/what-letter-are-you-working-on-right-now-link-up-your-letter

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  2. Love how you try to integrate so many fun things and try to keep learning fun for your children!

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  3. That looks like a lot of fun. My girls would have a lot of fun with the puppets.

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  4. Looks like a super fun and exciting week! Love the top picture!

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  5. I'm pinning this right now. My little girl turns three this week so she'll be ready for this soon :)

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  6. I am always amazed by your learning fun and great packets. Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas on Monday Madness.

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