18 months -
|SPECIAL TOYS & GAMES
||Make Dog Collages: Pre-cut pictures of dogs from magazines (ask your pet store if they have old liturature they can donate) and help the children glue them onto a piece of paper for a collage.
||Set up a Veterinarian, Pet Store, or Groomer Play Center: Stuffed dogs, play stethoscopes, bandages, brushes, etc.
"Do everything without complaining and arguing."
Pages 40 - 43
Sign Language: Dog
Touch the ground.
Shine your shoes.
Doggie, Doggie, Skidoo.
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Flash Cards and/or Felt Shapes:
Letters: C, D
Number: 3, 4
I like to pat my puppy (make puppy with one fist, pat)
He has such nice soft fur (pat puppy)
And it I don't pull his tail (pull tail)
So he won't say "Grrr!" (make angry face)
|Pretend to Be a Dog: Have fun with dog toys, empty dog food and dog biscuit boxes, bowls, blankets, etc.
||Teach this God's Big Plan by Mission Arlington. Choose one or more activity to do.
||Choose one or more activities on my Moses page.
||Supply the children with dog bones. Have the children dip the bones into paint and press onto paper to make Dog Bone Prints.
||Play Hide the Dog Bones with the remaining dog bones. Next, play Toss the Dog Bones by tossing them into a box or a laundry or waste basket.
||Make this Doctor D. Doggy Alphabet Buddy.
||Discuss Puppies and how they are baby dogs and how their mother will take care of them.
SNACKS & ALTERNATE ACTIVITIES
Vanilla Fingers Cookies
|Learn about different Dog Breeds.
||Choose one or more of these DOG Lessons (Depend On God).
||Make Foot Dogs: Trace student's foot or shoe on brown, black, or white paper. Cut the shape out. Provide different ear shapes--long and floppy or short and pointy for the children to glue on. Then the children may add wiggly eyes and black pompom noses.
||Make this Doggy Paw Print Cake.|