Baby Einstein: Who Lives in the Pond?: A Splash and Giggle Bath Book - Julie Aigner-Clark
In the Small, Small Pond - Denise Fleming
Peek at a Pond - Neecy Twinem
Pond: Board Book - Lizi Boyd
Down by the Pond - Margrit Cruikshank and Dave Saunders
| * Lily Pads |
Cut out lily pad shapes from large white construction paper. Have the children paint them green, and after they dry write each child's name on them. Laminate them or cover with clear contact so you can use them for the activities below.
Set out the lily pads on the floor. Have the children hop from one lily pad to another.
* Lily Pad Musical Chairs
Set out the lily pads on the floor in a circle. Have the children walk around the circle of lily pads. When the music stops have the children race to their favorite lily pad. Every child should have a lily pad to stand on.
* Lily Pad Circle Time
Set out the Lily Pads on the floor in a circle. Have each child sit on his/her own lily pad for circle time.
* Lily Pad Placemat
Make lily pads for placemats. Use instructions above.
- Submitted by Cheryl's Sweethearts ChildCare
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