Pre-K 1 - Weekly update - W/O 10/14/19
Pre-K1 Weekly Blast
Even though it was a shorter week, we still accomplished a lot together. We reviewed how to sneeze and cough in our elbow to stop the spread of germs and all agree that no one likes to get sick. We’re adding this routine to the ways we take care of each other. Looking forward to our music party on Monday. Have a fun weekend.
What We Did This Week:
Mr. Chuck: What Shall We Do Blue Kangaroo? By Emma Chichester Clark. Thank you Mr. Chuck!
Pretend Center- Farmers Market – fruit/vegetable stand, baking muffins
Math- Working with a scale to measure various objects. Which side is heavier/lighter? Which combination is heavier/lighter?
Play Dough –Pumpkin pie play dough & assorted shapes, tools
Discovery – Globe, Children’s Atlas & Felt Map/native animals
Writing – Paper, markers, ink pads, fall stampers, scissors, glue sticks
Art – Dot painting large leaves
Easel – Pumpkins with orange paint
Sensory – Dried corn with farm and animals
Listening – Good Night, Good Night Construction Site by Sherri Duskey Rinker
Books – The Diggers by Margaret Wise Brown, The Flea’s Sneeze by Lynn Downey, The Pigeon Has To Go To School by Mo Williams, Silly Billy by Anthony Brown
Music – Good Morning Pre-K Friends, Letter F Song, October Song, Animal Action I & II, Wiggle Your Fingers, Sit Down/Stand Up, Hamster Dance, Tootie Ta, Beanbag Boogie, Bear Hunt, Listen & Move
Pre-K 2 - Weekly update - W/O 10/14/19
Hello Pre K Families,
We only had 3 days this week, but we were very busy!
Thank you for having your child ready for the colder mornings/ outside play time this week!
This is what is going on in our centers!
Dramatic Play- There is a Pumpkin and Apple stand this month. This has been a very busy center and we have a waiting list each day!
Art Easel- Creative painting with watercolors
Math Center- There was a lot of counting going on this week at the math table. I placed small pumpkins, labeled with numbers, the children rolled dice to see how many leafs to put on each pumpkin. There was also an apple coloring paper, a roll of the dice showed you how many red, green and yellow apples to color!
Discovery Table- This week we had various fall/nature items to explore with magnifying glasses. The children were asked to draw what they saw.
Art Table- We made tissue paper pumpkins to hang in a window. We also made real leaf wreaths. Our art projects for this week will be sent home Monday, they are on the drying rack!
This weeks Reading Street book was… “A Rainbow All Around Me” by Sandra Pinkney. The many colors of the rainbow are presented as “colors are you colors are me”. For each color , a photo display with captions shows the color in action. Vocabulary words were- colors, rainbow ,barefoot, moving, falling and sticking. We discussed the difference between an illustration and a photograph. We also reviewed the job of an author and an illustrator.
We sang our “5 Little Pumpkins” on a gate song and “Way up high in the Apple Tree” song.
*****Show and tell Tuesday for the letter H****************
Mrs. Vivar and I hope to see you at the Fall Festival on Saturday!