Piknik Rodzinny

22 maja mieliśmy okazję świętować w naszej grupie Dzień Mamy i Taty. Dzieci ubrane w stroje krasnali, wróżek, księżniczek, królewiczów oraz Jasia i Małgosi wystawiły „Bajkę z życzeniami”. Życzenia były oczywiście składane Rodzicom. A morał tej bajki można było odczytać między wierszami: „Dzieciom do szczęście tak niewiele potrzeba” (czyt. konfetti) :-D Po występie miał miejsce piknik w ogrodzie przedszkolnym.
Dziękujemy Rodzicom za pomoc w organizacji imprezy: mamie Dominiki i Oli za sprzedaż ciast upieczonych przez mamę Hani, Oli oraz Paulinki S. Wszystkie były pyszne :) Dziękujemy mamie Dominiki za zaproszenie „Pani od balonów” wyczarowującej zwierzęta i przedmioty z balonów. Zainteresowanie dzieci i kolejka do uzyskania upragnionej zabawki nie miały końca :) Dziękujemy również tacie Wojtusia za grillowanie kiełbasek dla całej grupy oraz tacie Oli, Bartka i Dominiki za pomoc w noszeniu ciężkich przedmiotów z i do przedszkola. Dziękujemy także Rodzicom, którzy przynieśli fanty na loterię.


http://dysk.onet.pl/link/mqJ0A

Teatr rodziców

W ubiegłym tygodniu mieliśmy okazję podziwiać Rodziców dzieci z naszego przedszkola na deskach prawdziwej sceny teatralnej. Zamienili się oni w bohaterów znanej i lubianej bajki „Kopciuszek”. Gratulujemy wszystkim Rodzicom, którzy wzięli udział w przedsięwzięciu, a szczególnie mamie Emilki B. z naszej grupy, która świetnie wcieliła się w rolę złej siostry Kopciuszka :)

Zapraszamy do galerii zdjęć:

http://dysk.onet.pl/link/gLVMu

DZIEŃ MAMY I TATY

Serdecznie zapraszamy Rodziców na uroczystość z okazji ich święta, która odbędzie się w naszym przedszkolu 22 maja o godzinie 15:30. Po uroczystości zapraszamy na Piknik Rodzinny w naszym ogrodzie przedszkolnym, w którym czeka na dzieci i Rodziców mnóstwo atrakcji.

Zapraszamy!

Język angielski w grupie

♫ The bath song

Can you wash your hair? [Shrug your shoulders, make an inquisitive look with your face, and pretend to wash your hair.]
I can wash my hair. [Pretend to wash your hair.]

Can you wash your feet? [Shrug your shoulders, make an inquisitive look with your face, and pretend to wash your feet.]
I can wash my feet. [Pretend to wash your feet.]

Can you wash your face? [Shrug your shoulders, make an inquisitive look with your face, and pretend to wash your face.]
I can wash my face. [Pretend to wash your face.]

Can you wash your knees? [Shrug your shoulders, make an inquisitive look with your face, and pretend to wash your knees.]
I can wash my knees. [Pretend to wash your knees.]

I can wash my hair. [Pretend to wash your hair.]
I can wash my feet. [Pretend to wash your feet.]
I can wash my face. [Pretend to wash your face.]
I can wash my knees. [Pretend to wash your knees.]

This is the way we take a bath. [Wash your whole body!]

Can you wash your shoulders? [Shrug your shoulders, make an inquisitive look with your face, and pretend to wash your shoulders.]
I can wash my shoulders. [Pretend to wash your shoulders.]

Can you wash your toes? [Shrug your shoulders, make an inquisitive look with your face, and pretend to wash your toes.]
I can wash my toes. [Pretend to wash your toes.]

Can you wash your hands? [Shrug your shoulders, make an inquisitive look with your face, and pretend to wash your hands.]
I can wash my hands. [Pretend to wash your hands.]

Can you wash your nose? [Shrug your shoulders, make an inquisitive look with your face, and pretend to wash your nose.]
I can wash my nose. [Pretend to wash your nose.]

♫ The Wheels On The Bus

The wheels on the bus go round and round. [Move your hands and arms round and round in a circle.]
Round and round. Round and round.
The wheels on the bus go round and round. Round and round.

Good. Now the door.
The door on the bus goes open and shut. [Open your hands on "open" and clap them together on "shut."]
Open and shut. Open and shut.
The door on the bus goes open and shut. Open and shut.

Uh-oh, it’s raining.
The wipers on the bus go swish, swish, swish. [Mimic the motion of windshield wipers with your hands and arms.]
Swish swish swish. Swish swish swish.
The wipers on the bus go swish swish swish. Swish swish swish.

The horn.
The horn on the bus goes beep beep beep. [Pretend to honk the horn on the steering wheel of a bus.]
Beep beep beep. Beep beep beep.
The horn on the bus goes beep beep beep. Beep beep beep.

The people go up and down.
The people on the bus go up and down. [If you are standing, stretch up and then squat down...if you are sitting, point up and then point down.]
Up and down. Up and down.
The people on the bus go up and down. Up and down.

The babies are crying.
The babies on the bus go wah wah wah. [Place your hands next to your eyes and pretend to cry.]
Wah wah wah. Wah wah wah.
The babies on the bus go wah wah wah. Wah wah wah.

What do the mommies and daddies say?
The mommies on the bus go, „Shhh shhh shhh.” [Place your finger in front of your mouth as you make the shhh sounds.]
„Shhh shhh shhh. Shhh shhh shhh.”
The daddies on the bus go, „Shhh shhh shhh. Shhh shhh shhh.”

I can wash my shoulders. [Pretend to wash your shoulders.]
I can wash my toes. [Pretend to wash your toes.]
I can wash my hands. [Pretend to wash your hands.]
I can wash my nose. [Pretend to wash your nose.]

♫ One potato

One potato
Two potatoes
Three potatoes
Four!

Five potatoes
Six potatoes
Seven potatoes
More!
(Repeat 2x)

 

Loteria fantowa

 

LOTERIA FANTOWA

Drodzy Rodzice

W związku z organizowaną co roku loterią fantową w trakcie  PIKNIKU RODZINNEGO, który odbędzie się 22 maja (piątek) prosimy o przynoszenie fantów (zabawek, książeczek, nie zniszczonych, w dobrym stanie).

Fanty prosimy składać u p. Kasi Jachym z gr. II oraz p. Danusi Olech gr. III

do dnia 20 maja (środa).

W tym roku zbieramy pieniądze na„Ogród marzeń naszych dzieci”.

Każdy zebrany grosz przybliży nas do tego celu. Za zrozumienie i włączenie się w tę akcję. Z góry dziękujemy w imieniu własnym i naszych podopiecznych.

Język angielski w grupie

♫ How’s the weather?
How’s the weather?
How’s the weather today?
Is it sunny? [Sunny gesture.]
Is it rainy? [Rainy gesture.]
Is it cloudy? [Cloudy gesture.]
Is it snowy? [Snowy gesture.]
How’s the weather today?

Let’s look outside. [Put your hand above your eyes and look out the window.]
How’s the weather?
Is it sunny today?
Let’s look outside.
How’s the weather?
Is it rainy today?
Let’s look outside.
How’s the weather?
Is it cloudy today?
Let’s look outside.
Is it snowy today?

How’s the weather?
How’s the weather?
How’s the weather today?
Is it sunny?
Is it rainy?
Is it cloudy?
Is it snowy?
How’s the weather today?

♫ Put on your shoes

Put on your shoes, your shoes, your shoes. [Gesture putting on your shoes.]
Put on your shoes, your shoes, your shoes.
Put on your shoes.
Let’s go outside. [Point outside the window.]
Hurry up. Hurry up. Hurry hurry up! [Make a "come on...let's go" gesture and then everybody runs around the room in a circle.]

Put on your jacket, your jacket, your jacket. [Gesture pulling a jacket over your shoulders as if it were cold.]
Put on your jacket, your jacket, your jacket.
Put on your jacket.
Let’s go outside.
Hurry up. Hurry up. Hurry hurry up!

Put on your scarf, your scarf, your scarf. [Gesture putting on your scarf.]
Put on your scarf, your scarf, your scarf.
Put on your scarf.
Let’s go outside.
Hurry up. Hurry up. Hurry hurry up!

Put on your hat, your hat, your hat. [Gesture putting on your hat.]
Put on your hat, your hat, your hat.
Put on your hat.
Let’s go outside.
Hurry up. Hurry up. Hurry hurry up!

Put on your shoes. [Gesture putting on your shoes.]
Your jacket. [Gesture putting on your jacket.]
Your scarf. [Gesture putting on your scarf.]
And your hat. [Gesture putting on your hat.]
Hurry up. Hurry up. Hurry hurry up!

♫ Old McDonald

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O. [Farmer gesture.]
And on that farm he had a COW. E-I-E-I-O. [Cow gesture.]
What does a COW say? [Shrug your shoulders to indicate asking a question.]
Meow? [Elicit, "No!" answers by shaking your head "no."]
Oink? [Elicit, "No!" answers.]
Moo? [Elicit a big, "YES!!!" answer by nodding your head up and down.]
With a moo moo here. [Continue making the cow gesture and „moo, moo” to the left.]
And a moo moo there. ["Moo, moo" to the right.]
Here a moo. ["Moo" to the left.]
There a moo. ["Moo" to the right.]
Everywhere a moo moo. ["Moo, moo" as you move your head in a circular motion.]
Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O. [Farmer gesture.]

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.
And on that farm he had a HORSE. E-I-E-I-O. [Make a horse gesture.]
What does a HORSE say? [Shrug your shoulders.]
Woof woof? [Elicit, "No!"]
Moo? ["No!"]
Neigh? ["YES!!!"]
With a neigh neigh here. [Continue making the horse gesture and „neigh, neigh” to the left.]
And a neigh neigh there. ["Neigh, neigh" to the right.]
Here a neigh. ["Neigh" to the left.]
There a neigh. ["Neigh" to the right.]
Everywhere a neigh neigh. ["Neigh, neigh" as you move your head in a circular motion.]
Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.
And on that farm he had a PIG. E-I-E-I-O. [Make a pig gesture.]
What does a PIG say? [Shrug your shoulders.]
Quack? ["No!"]
Tweet, tweet? ["No!"]
Oink? ["YES!!!"]
With an oink oink here. [Continue making the pig gesture and „oink, oink” to the left.]
And an oink oink there. ["Oink, oink" to the right.]
Here an oink. ["Oink" to the left.]
There an oink. ["Oink" to the right.]
Everywhere an oink oink. ["Oink, oink" as you move your head in a circular motion.]
Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.
And on that farm he had a SHEEP. E-I-E-I-O. [Make a sheep gesture.]
What does a SHEEP say? [Shrug your shoulders.]
Cluck cluck? ["No!"]
Oink? ["No!"]
Baaa? ["YES!!!"]
With a baaa baaa here. [Continue making the sheep gesture and „baaa, baaa” to the left.]
And a baaa baaa there. ["Baaa, baaa" to the right.]
Here a baaa. ["Baaa" to the left.]
There a baaa. ["Baaa" to the right.]
Everywhere a baaa baaa. ["Baaa, baaa" as you move your head in a circular motion.]
Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.
And on that farm he had a DUCK. E-I-E-I-O. [Make a duck gesture.]
What does a DUCK say? [Shrug your shoulders.]
Meow? ["No!"]
Moo? ["No!"]
Quack quack? ["YES!!!"]
With a quack quack here. [Continue making the duck gesture and „quack, quack” to the left.]
And a quack quack there. ["Quack, quack" to the right.]
Here a quack. ["Quack" to the left.]
There a quack. ["Quack" to the right.]
Everywhere a quack quack. ["Quack, quack" as you move your head in a circular motion.]
Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.
And on that farm he had a ROOSTER. E-I-E-I-O. [Make a rooster gesture.]
What does a ROOSTER say? [Shrug your shoulders.]
Ribbit? ["No!"]
Meow? ["No!"]
Cock-a-doodle-doo? ["YES!!!"]
With a cock-a-doodle-doo. [Continue making the rooster gesture and „cock-a-doodle-doo” to the left.]
Cock-a-doodle-doo. ["Cock-a-doodle-doo" to the right.]
Cock-a-doodle-doodle-doodle-doodle-doodle-doo. ["Cock-a-doodle-do" as you move your head in a circular motion.]
Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.
E-I-E-I-O.

♫ The Wheels On The Bus
The wheels on the bus go round and round. [Move your hands and arms round and round in a circle.]
Round and round. Round and round.
The wheels on the bus go round and round. Round and round.

Good. Now the door.
The door on the bus goes open and shut. [Open your hands on "open" and clap them together on "shut."]
Open and shut. Open and shut.
The door on the bus goes open and shut. Open and shut.

Uh-oh, it’s raining.
The wipers on the bus go swish, swish, swish. [Mimic the motion of windshield wipers with your hands and arms.]
Swish swish swish. Swish swish swish.
The wipers on the bus go swish swish swish. Swish swish swish.

The horn.
The horn on the bus goes beep beep beep. [Pretend to honk the horn on the steering wheel of a bus.]
Beep beep beep. Beep beep beep.
The horn on the bus goes beep beep beep. Beep beep beep.

The people go up and down.
The people on the bus go up and down. [If you are standing, stretch up and then squat down...if you are sitting, point up and then point down.]
Up and down. Up and down.
The people on the bus go up and down. Up and down.

The babies are crying.
The babies on the bus go wah wah wah. [Place your hands next to your eyes and pretend to cry.]
Wah wah wah. Wah wah wah.
The babies on the bus go wah wah wah. Wah wah wah.

What do the mommies and daddies say?
The mommies on the bus go, „Shhh shhh shhh.” [Place your finger in front of your mouth as you make the shhh sounds.]
„Shhh shhh shhh. Shhh shhh shhh.”
The daddies on the bus go, „Shhh shhh shhh. Shhh shhh shhh.”