Nursery Rhyme Week – Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

May 4, 2020 – At Home Learning

Share and Care is now “virtual” during our time apart. Each day of our learning is going to focus around a story and will have ideas for the following areas: literacy, math, art, helping at home, music and movement. We will also have an idea for a snack! At the end of each post we will include a daily Bible story and a link so you can get your Praise music jam on. If you tune in to our Facebook Live at 10am, you will also get a bonus idea for extra fun you can have in your very own living room!

Your teachers have been working on providing ideas for tthe nursery rhyme, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

  • Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
  • Tonight you are challenged to try and do as much of your bedtime routine independently as you can. Could you read the bedtime story using your Twinkle, Twinkle book?
  • Today we are going to work on recognizing words as combinations of letters. Practice “reading” the nursery rhyme by pointing to each word as you say it. Here is a copy of today’s nursery rhyme if you don’t already have one.
  • This is a great partner project. A tall artist can use a light colored crayon to draw stars all over a piece of white paper. A smaller artist can use a dark colored watercolor paint to paint the night sky. Thanks to Artsy Momma for the inspiration.
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Watercolor Resist Art
  • May the Fourth be with you! What do you have in your pantry to help make your own Star Wars Snack Mix? Printabelle has a delicious and fun way to celebrate the day.
Star War Snack Mix Ingredients
  • Playdough is a great way to work on strengthening our small muscles and it is fairly easy to make at home. Mr. Hoffman LOVES to make play-dough and uses a recipe similar to this one from Living Well Mom. He chooses to often use Kool-Aid powder instead of food coloring to color his dough.
soft homemade playdough recipe
Play Mindy's Moonball Game on PBS Kids!

Current Share and Care Families – make sure to check your e-mail for printable additions to today’s curriculum.