|Posted by [email protected] on April 7, 2022 at 4:55 PM|
PreK 9-3 had a very busy week because it was the Week of the Young Child. Our week started off with listening to Ms. Rasta play her saxophone and clarinet and ended with having a day off for Family Friday! The children loved it when Senator Antonio came to read, "Pete the Cat's Crayons Rock" book. They asked her questions and she asked them questions as well. We learned what a Senator does and how important her job is.
Our theme this week is Bugs/Insects. We learned about bugs/insects, how important they are to our ecosystem, and why we need them. The children made caterpillars, butterflies, and they drew bugs while using books as references. Speaking of caterpillars, we have caterpillars in our room and we are watching them turn into butterflies! The children can't wait until they hatch and we release them outside. We have been working on writing our first and last names on strips of paper in preparation for Kindergarten. Some of the children are working on uppercase, lowercase, and number recognition. We did complete the entire alphabet so now we will be reviewing and coming up with words that start with the letter I say out loud. I will be reviewing the numbers as well. I will be starting on sight word recognition next week. We will be visiting Emerson Elementary School next Wednesday so make sure your child has a mask on when they arrive to school.
Our upcoming themes are: Easter and Recycling. I will be sending home a note about your children bringing in recyclable items so that we can learn all about recycling.
It's starting to get warmer so please check your child's cubby to make sure they have extra clothes in case they get dirty.
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me!
Categories: Pre-K 9-3