Mr. Oo Opposite visited our class. We made “opposite” faces (happy/sad) on paper plates and used yarn for hair. We hung them in our classroom, hanging the boys on one side of the room and the girls on the “opposite” side of the room. Another “opposite” project we did was identifying and sorting pictures of what we see during the day and at night. we read about owls and other animals that are awake at night. Next we enjoyed eating “opposite” themed snacks like ‘creamy’ cheese with ‘crunchy’ crackers, and ‘cold’ whipped cream and ‘hot’ chocolate.
We also decorated Groundhog Day hats and puppets and played in our indoor gym. Wednesday was National Backwards Day so we wrote the alphabet backwards together. On Friday we all wore our clothing inside out to celebrate a fun week with Mr. Oo! It was great!