“The Sailor went to sea, sea, sea, to see what he could see, see, see. But all that he could see, see, see, was the bottom of the deep blue sea, sea, sea.”  

Week S is all about the community helper, Sailor.

To welcome the S week, Preschool C made their very own Sailor’s steering wheel with the use of paper plates and tongue depressors. First, the children got one paper plate each and wrote their full names at the back. Then, they stick the tongue depressors between the holes on the paper plates.



After making sure that the tongue depressors are secured and in place, the children painted the steering wheel with the colors of their choice.



Once they were done painting, they set them aside to dry and displayed them inside the classroom.

There are a lot of things you can do with simple materials such as paper plates and tongue depressors. Preschool C demonstrates how creativity and enthusiasm goes a long way. 🙂


About bipolarunner

21-year-old UP Diliman student of BS Family Life and Child Development. Aspiring pediatrician and long distance runner.

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