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Finishing Fire Week 11 Wrap Up

The end of our week went well.  We continued to work on the letter F even after preschool hours.  I am not usually good at this but Jerry was this week.  I told him about my worries and he really  helped out by pointing out the letter F often.

Bible
We continued to read the story of the fiery furnace everyday.
Thursday Little Dragon made a picture of the three men and the angel in the burning fiery furnace

Fiery Furnace
Materials

  • 2 pcs of construction paper
  • pencil
  • markers
  • tissues
  • glue
  • scissors

The lesson called for tissue paper but I didn't have any on hand and could not run to the store to buy some, so Little Dragon made his own.  
I gave him some tissues and he colored them with red, orange, and yellow markers. 




Little Dragon drew 4 figures on construction paper.  He gave them eyes, hair, and belly's of course.

Next he cut them out and glued them onto the second piece of construction paper.  He moved on to cutting up our homemade tissue paper then glued that on top of the figures.

I wrote the bible verse on the top as we said it together.



 On Friday Doll Dragon made a fire wand to use with puppets to act out the story.


Fire Wand
Materials

  • Jumbo craft stick
  • red and orange tissue paper
  • tape/glue
Doll Dragon cut the tissue paper into strips.  Together we taped them onto the craft stick. 

We called it a fire wand. 









Alphabet
There was a bit more work in the week 11 folder but not much.  The dragons finished that quickly.  
For the alphabet notebook Little Dragon spent some time on Thursday circling the letter F in a magazine.  Friday he cut out the circled letters and glued them in his notebook. 


We brainstormed some words that started with the letter f with some help from grandma.

Little Dragon wrote the f's and I finished writing the word.  













The dragons decorated their letter F printouts with more fire.  This time instead of construction paper we used tissue paper.  The tissue paper was cut up into small squares and then glued onto the letter F.  Then the letter f was cut out. 





Of course we added the letter f to our Treasure Map. 






Number
Little Dragon made his number 6 flash card.


 And six bunnies on the back




Fire Play
It took some time but I finally got Little Dragon engaged in the fire house.  I took out a bunch of other magnets to add to the fire house.  He wanted to act out the people in trouble and the fireman coming to the rescue, of course, silly me.  A house with no people is no fun at all! 

We played fire house for awhile.  I got bored before he did. 












We also sorted cars and trucks and facing left or right.











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