ideas / thoughts for Term 1 2010
Leaving footprints along the way
Footprints to where we are today.

I LOVE ME BEST OF ALL
Some families are large.
(spread arms out wide)
Some families are small.
(bring arms close together)
But I love my family
(cross arms over chest)
Best of all!

Short video clips of children interacting with their grandparents.
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Title: There's no one like Me (Twinkle Twinkle)
There is no one who's just like me,
No one who know how to be,
me when I am happy,
me when I am glad,
Me when I am very, very sad,
There is no one just like me,
Me is who I am proud to be!


Plaster of paris footprints

Supplies
Shoe Box
Tray
Sand
Plaster of Paris
Bowl
Water

Instructions
Fill your box or tray with sand and sprinkle it with water just so that the sand is held together.

Step into the sand and remove your foot, leaving a nice footprint.

Create a plaster of paris mixture in a bowl. Plaster of paris is available at most craft stores.

Pour the plaster of paris into the footprint-don't overflow the footprint! Let the plaster of paris dry- about a week- and remove your foot. Use it as a scary prop, a paper weight, decorate it- You decide!