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Christmas and Summer - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on July 22, 2021 at 2:15 PM Comments comments ()

Christmas!! So fun to engage in activities and read stories about Christmas, in the summer! Monday in art the children painted with Christmas cookie cutters, in math they traced numbers with colored gems and in language the children dictated 3 things about Christmas. Tuesday the children explored using their tongue to pick up a "snowball," (marsh-mallow). In math the children rolled a die, counted the dots and then needed to find the corresponding number on a Christmas tree. In art the children painted paper plates green. Wednesday in math the children engaged in counting cookies and in language they worked with letter blocks to build them, knock them down and identify the letters face up after falling. Today in art the children created a snow scene painting with cups to create snowballs and in math the children explored geometric shapes. Today was also another fun swim day! Tomorrow in art the children will make snowflakes and in math they will work with a 1:1 mat with paper cookies and in language the children will sort the words by the first letter sound. Tomorrow the children will also decorate a Christmas cupcake; we read a story today that talked about Christmas cake, and we all agreed it'd be fun to have a Christmas cupcake tomorrow to decorate!

Construction - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on July 15, 2021 at 2:05 PM Comments comments ()

This theme has been an enjoyable one for the preschoolers this week, they love talking about what they know about construction nd ask questions about what they want to know. Monday in art the children constructed a building with magnet blocks, and then practiced drawing the construction on paper. In language the children dictated what they would build if they were an architect and in math the children created shapes using rubber bands on geoboards. Coach Charlotte came and the children learned some basketball skills to dribble, and push the ball up. Tuesday in art the children continued to build and draw constructions and in language they worked on writing construction words. Wednesday in art the children used masking tape to create a design, lots of fine motor work with this! In language the children shared what they know about construction and in math added pepperoni to pizza! Today was a swim day and we had a little time to get some activities done as well. In language the children matched the worker's to the tools they use, and in math matched and named shapes. Tomorrow in art the children will do some tree bark rubbings, in language they will do a hard hat letter memory game and in math they will engage in construction bingo. Coach Charlotte will be back tomorrow too!!

Down on the Farm - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on July 8, 2021 at 1:45 PM Comments comments ()

All about the farm and the animals this week! Tuesday in art the children cut out shapes and glued to paper. In language the children listened to a story being read about the animals on the farm, and then did some recall of events from the story. In math the children sorted animal counters into groups of farm animal/not farm animal. Wednesday in art the children explored more cutting and gluing to construct a pig. In language they engaged in a game of cow bingo, finding and identifying the letters on the cow's. Today the children constructed a duck in art and in math they counted animals and wrote the name. The language activity was done at group and the children used their listening skills to listen to a farm animal sound and try to identify it. The children did go swimming today too! Tomorrow in art the children will construct a dog by doing more cutting and gluing. In language the children will engage in a farm memory game and in math they will work with farm animals and patterning.

America the Beautiful - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on July 1, 2021 at 4:50 PM Comments comments ()

Monday in art the children handprinted white on a red poster board and then they painted on blue paper with star stamps. In language the children created a list of things we can bake in an oven. In math the children sorted stars by size. Tuesday was Mud Day!! So much fun in the mud, water and splash pad! Wednesday in art the children marble painted red and blue on white paper. In language the children stamped stars to trace their name and in math the children matched cookie shapes. Today was a swimming day but the children were not able to swim because our drain pn the patio was getting worked on. The children were very content playing in the classroom and kept busy building with blocks and snd we did more cookie shape matching. Tomorrow in art the children will paint with forks to make fireworks! In language they will dictate what they will do on the Fourth of July and in math they will work on patterning with red, white and blue chips.

America the Beautiful - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on July 1, 2021 at 4:50 PM Comments comments ()

Monday in art the children handprinted white on a red poster board and then they painted on blue paper with star stamps. In language the children created a list of things we can bake in an oven. In math the children sorted stars by size. Tuesday was Mud Day!! So much fun in the mud, water and splash pad! Wednesday in art the children marble painted red and blue on white paper. In language the children stamped stars to trace their name and in math the children matched cookie shapes. Today was a swimming day but the children were not able to swim because our drain pn the patio was getting worked on. The children were very content playing in the classroom and kept busy building with blocks and snd we did more cookie shape matching. Tomorrow in art the children will paint with forks to make fireworks! In language they will dictate what they will do on the Fourth of July and in math they will work on patterning with red, white and blue chips.

Summer!! - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on June 24, 2021 at 2:10 PM Comments comments ()

Everybody loves a good summer theme! Monday in art the children painted a paper plate red and green to create a watermelon! In math the children used a die to determine how many watermelon seeds to add to the watermelon, great counting activity. In language the children talked about activities they can do in the summer. Monday wa also smoothie day!! The children enjoyed seeing what color some of the smoothie's tuned out to be; purple, red, and green. Tuesday in art the children glued seeds to a watermelon and in math they patterned ice cream. In language the children matched lower-case letters to upper-case letters. Wednesday in art the children painted with watercolors and in math they made ice cream using pom poms with tweezers, and added the pom poms to their cones. In language the children looked for their name and then found the letters of their name to create the rays of the sun using their letters. Wednesday was also Muisc with Miss Lindsey! The children are really enjoying this virtual experience. Today was swimming!! So much fun in the water! Tomorrow in art the children will sponge paint and in language they will spell out their name with magnet letters.

Celebrating Dad - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on June 17, 2021 at 1:25 PM Comments comments ()

With the upcoming Father's day we have been talking a lot about families and our dad's this week. Monday in art the children started to work on something special for dad, in language the children worked with the storybox story telling activity where they choose a picture of a who, a what, and a where and put them together to make a sentence or tell a story. In math the children matched various designed suit ties in a game of concentration. Tuesday in art the children engaged their fine motor skills as they scooped dried beans into plastic eggs and they decorated the eggs with stickers; creating a shaky egg! In math the children matched numbers to numbers on a number line. Today in art the children painted with cups, and in language the children asked to do the storybox story tellers activity again. Wednesday the children also engaged in a virtual music class and they used their shaky eggs, they enjoyed this experience very much. Thursday was a swim day, and the children again had a blast! Tomorrow in art the children will sponge paint, in math they will count how many blue items they see in the room, how many red, and so on. In language the children will dictate why dad is special.

Under the Sea - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on June 10, 2021 at 4:20 PM Comments comments ()

It's been a lot of fun learning about what lives under the sea! Monday in art the children glued cheerios to a starfish and in language the children engaged in an under the sea bingo game, and the children talked with each other about the sea animals; Tuesday in art the children painted a lunch bag to start the creation of a jellyfish, in language the children practiced writing ocean/ sea animal words using word cards with picture cues. In math the children sorted animals by if they live under the sea, or not under the sea. Yesterday the children enjoyed their virtual trip with Eco-Explorers and they learned all about insects, the biggest take away they got from it was that there are more insects on earth than people. The children also dictated if they lived under the sea, what they would be and what they would do. The children also enjoyed exploring the yo-yo! It is quite tricky but they had so much fun! Today was our first swimming day and it went so well! The children had a blast and they followed they followed the swim rules and played safely in the water. Tomorrow in rt the children will work on a sea mural, and we will combine it with the math activity to add fish to the sea. In language the children will work with letter sounds by matching the letter to a word of the same beginning sound.

Super Hero Week - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on June 3, 2021 at 2:20 PM Comments comments ()

Super Hero week got off to a great start Tuesday when the children drew pictures' of themselves as super heroes. In math the children worked on number matching super heroes and in language they dictated what they could do if they were a super hero. Wednesday in art the children decorated their own super hero ask, in math they worked with a counting puzzle and in language the children engaged in super hero letter matching. Today in art the children painted a super hero shield, in math they worked on counting and number identification as they placed the matching number of people counters to the number. In language the children matched letters to super hero words. Tomorrow in art the children will create a su[er hero poster, in math they ill work with a super hero ten ram and in language they will dictate swimming rules.

Circus - Pre-School

Posted by [email protected] on May 20, 2021 at 2:55 PM Comments comments ()

This week was all about the circus and the children have enjoyed hearing and seeing what it's all about through books. Monday in art the children painted with dot stampers, and in math they played circus bingo! Tuesday in art the children painted with balloons, in language they engaged in a balloon memory game and in math they added balloons to the strings! Wednesday the children explored foam dough, a great sensory experience. In language they wrote circus words and in math they did more counting and adding balloons. At group time the children talked about what they would be in the circus, and what they would do.Today in art the children tore and glued circus ticket stubs to paper, in math they drew a number balloon and practiced writing the number. In language the children traced letters with circus animal counters. Tomorrow in art the children will do some splatter painting, in language they will pull a letter out of a hat, identify it and write it and in math they will use a 1:1 grid with circus animal counters.


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