updates from enrichment 4′s program

Hello Everyone,
We had a wonderful field trip to The Attleboro Art Museum today. Thanks again to our chaperones who helped us get there and back safely. We’re so happy you were able to come along and enjoy the art with us. The kiddos seemed very interested and impressed by the art we saw today. We viewed “High Art” which was created by teams of local high school artists and their theme was “Metamorphosis”. A common theme in the art we viewed was taking care of our planet and a large portion of the materials used were recycled. We all got the message loud and clear “Take Care of Mother Nature!”

As of today we have 5 days of school left!

Next week our show & tell theme will be something that is your favorite color. Make sure to have your child pick something to bring to school and tell us about.

Drama with Miss Heather: The children are really enjoying their classes with Miss Heather. This week she read Caps For Sale and the children acted out all of the parts and actions. They were all very cute wearing a variety of hats and taking turns being the peddlers or monkeys. They also had a dance parade to the song “Happy”.
MUSIC: Alphabet Sound Song, Reading Train, Bear Hunt, Baby Shark, Wiggly Dance
BOOKS: There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Trout by Teri Sloat, Sheep in a Shop by Nancy Shaw, I Am The Biggest Thing In The Ocean by Kevin Sherry
WRITING: A Very Hungry Caterpillar coloring sheet
ART: Painted paper plate turtle, starfish watercolor pictures
EASEL: Fish Dot Paint Picture
MATH: Caterpillar count and dot marker activity
PLAY DOUGH: Play dough with assorted shaped cookie cutters, scissors and tools
PRETEND CENTER – Hawaiian Luau – This week there was a lot of pretend airplane flights to Hawaii
DISCOVERY TABLE: Microscope & Nature Slides to investigate
LISTENING CENTER: Count the Monkeys by Mac Barnett
SENSORY TABLE: The beach – shells, sand, jewels, mini sand buckets, tiny paper umbrellas, tiny beach blankets.
There will be no school on Monday in observance of Memorial Day. Have a great long weekend!
Sue Tully & Julie Haynes

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