It is the last Friday of the month, which means Harvest Fest is around the corner! Approximately two weeks away. We would like to let all the parents know that the potluck menu is available at the front office next to the sign-in sheet. Please pick an item and sign your child’s name on it.
Our breakfast time in the class is from 6:30am- 8:30am, after 8:30am we start wrapping up and get ready to start our day. If you are bringing your child after 8:30am, please make sure they are coming fed.
By 9:00am, the children are beginning their Group Meeting time. We consider Group Meeting time to be a very important component of our day; because we discuss a variety of topics that includes: reviewing our material, phonics and numbers, and how our day will be like. We greatly appreciate your cooperation and would love for you to join hands in bringing your child to school at the latest 9:15am, so they do not miss this important part of the day.
Highlights of the week:
The younger group of children:
We used shaving cream and paint to make a new color this week, and have been working on our color cards. Children enjoy different texture so working with shaving cream has been exciting for them.
Some of the children have asked to work with clay to create something while others ask for play-dough. They use tools to create what they'd like!
Because we have been working with colors in the studio, we painted with colors we are working on like green and blue! Painting is always exciting for them!
Children have been playing baseball outside. They take turns hitting with the bat and cheer each other on!
We used tape to make lines on the floor and practiced following the line. After we mastered a straight line, we went on to do a zigzagged line. The children develop balance and learn to control their body's while having fun as they walk on these lines!
They enjoy singing old McDonald's had a farm
As we sing children take out small animals and use them with music
Children put on the animal head pieces and make the sounds of the animal they are wearing!
The older group of children:
In the art studio: