World Market

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

This last week we did so many fun Learning Activities with Experience Early Learning Curriculum . Our Theme this month is Global Passport  and today I am sharing some of the Activities we did. 
I am so thankful for the opportunity to use  Experience Early Learning Curriculum with my students and to share our experiences on my blog. 
In exchange for my unbiased and honest reviews Experience Early Learning has provided me with the curriculum free of charge.
I have used Experience Early Learning Curriculum in my Classroom since 2017. This Curriculum has been a True Blessing for me and my students ❤️

Today we returned to school after being out a week due to the weather conditions in Texas.
It was great to be back.
Today we learned about World Markets and Different Items you may find there if you were to travel to different places around the World.

You may find a mask at one World Market and a kite at another. All cultures are different and different things are available at different World Markets.

Where Is It? I Can Read Book 

Where In the World is It?

When reading this book the children found the different World Market Items and placed tags over them.

This book was awesome for teaching the children hands on about World Markets and respecting cultures that are different from their own.

Design a Drum

Today the children designed their own drums like they learned about in the World Market.

They made their own designs with markers. 

They enjoyed making up their own special designs. Then they couldn’t wait to beat on their drums.

Then they took them home to share with their parents. 

Percussion Patterns - A Liitle Table Top Math

Today the children made patterns with the cards.Different Musical Instrument Cards.

First they followed the guide and then created their own patterns.

The children were very interested in this activity.

We had a great day learning about World Market.
Mrs. Vonda’s Pre-K  Experience Early Learning
Disclaimer: I am so thankful for the opportunity to use Experience Early Learning formerly Mother Goose Time Curriculum with my students. I can’t wait to share our learning experiences on my blog. In exchange for my unbiased and honest reviews, Experience Early Learning has provided us with the curriculum free of charge.

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