Updates from Enrichment 4′s program

What did we do this week in Enrichment 4’s?

This week’s story was Snowmen at Night, by Caralyn Buehner. A little boy wakes up and realizes that the snowman he made the day before doesn’t quite look the same. The rhyming text tells a fun story about what snowmen do at night. We finished the story with a Question of the Week: If you were a snowman at night, where would you go? The children had fun “voting” where they would go at night. Ask them which location they picked: Target, Capron Zoo, Attleboro Library or the playground.

Here is what’s happening in CENTERS:

Block Area- wooden blocks, beanie animals, potato heads, new floor puzzle, marble maze

Math Table- number identification and matching quantity to numeral while “feeding” snowballs to our snowman bottles

Writing Table- Cutting practice! We even started cutting simple shapes such as squares, triangles and circles.

Sensory Table- Cotton ball snow, shovels and buckets, vehicles

Playdough- blue playdough, winter cutters and gems

Pretend Center- Kitchen

Discovery Center- We’re going on an arctic animal hunt! Students searched for plastic animals in bins of rice and matched them to their pictures.

Library and Listening Center- Books about winter and arctic animals

Easel- Dot sticker snowflakes

Art Table- Cotton Ball Snowflake gluing activity

Reminder that Monday there is no school due to Martin Luther King Day. Enjoy your weekend! We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday!

Your teachers,

Brenda Daday & Christina Renoni

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