I especially loved "The Scarecrow's Secret".
It's very interactive and keep the students engaged.
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Don't mind my horrible artwork (although the kids think I'm the best artist EVER). The 4/5 year olds guided me through making a Scarecrow. They told me what to draw and I did exactly what they said. They picked the articles of clothing and the colors of each. Then we labeled our scarecrow. I used it to teach the 3/4 year olds later
in the day.
I traced and cut all the handprint "straw". Lastly, we assembled all the pieces.
It took a lot of listening and following directions.
The older class did this all by themselves.