Transportation Day 7: Boats

Boats

Today is boat day.  We made cork boats, boat snacks, and played with the Little People boat while we sang “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”.

Read:

Music: Row, Row, Row your Boat

Snack: Deviled eggs with a doritoes sail on a blue plate.Transportation Study (108)_edited-1

Imaginary Play: Play with Little People Boat.Transportation Study (109)_edited-1Cork Boat

Materials:

  • craft corks
  • wooden craft sticks
  • toothpicks
  • craft foam
  • hot glue gun

Directions:

  1. Hot glue a few corks together.Transportation Study (115)_edited-1
  2. Cut a small sail from the foam and stick a toothpick thru it.
  3. Stick the toothpick into the top of the boat.Transportation Study (114)_edited-1
  4. Try floating your boat in a stream or pond.Transportation Study (113)_edited-1 Transportation Study (112)_edited-1 Transportation Study (111)_edited-1 Transportation Study (110)_edited-1

Boat Float Snack

Materials:

  • Blue Jello
  • Orange
  • Toothpicks
  • Triangle Papers

Directions:

  1. Make the Jello according to the directions and refrigerate.
  2. Slice the oranges into eighths with the peel still on.
  3. Slide a paper onto a toothpick like a flag and stick it into an orange slice.
  4. Add the boat to the top of the Jello.Transportation Study (124)_edited-1 Transportation Study (123)_edited-1

Paint Boat

T did page 43 in his A Beka Nursery Arts & Crafts book.Transportation Study (107)_edited-1

Patten Blocks

T did the vehicles in his Melissa & Doug Pattern Blocks.Transportation Study (121)_edited-1

 

Transportation Unit Study

Day 1: Dump Truck

Day 2: Cars

Day 3: Airplanes

Day 4: Tractors

Day 5: Fire Trucks

Day 6: Motorcycles

Day 7: Boats

Day 8: School Bus

Day 9: Trains

Day 10: Ice Cream Truck

Day 11: Hot Air Balloons

Day 12: Rockets

Day 13: Helicopters

Day 14: Police Cars

Day 15: Street Signs