1176 NJ-10 Location
It was a busy first week in our classroom! Students have are settling into the schedule and what to expect during the day. We learned about a lot about our friends in the classroom and on the playground.
Theme: getting to know you: students will begin identifying letters of their names and classmates. Through play, students will learn best about each other through socialization.
Letter of the week: A- making a collage with pictures that begin with the letter ‘A’, identifying the letter A through visual discrimination. ‘Ants on a Log’ cooking/snack lesson and lots more.
- Alexander and the Very Bad Horrible Day by Judith Viorst
- Animals should absolutely never wear clothes by Judi Barrett
- Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr.
- I Like Myself by Karen Beaumont
Math: continue with patterns, numbers 1-15 and a review of shapes through a sorting activity.
Health skills: we will be doing a science project that shows how germs are spread and review the correct sequence in hand washing.
During the second week we will be learning about the difference between the fall and summer season. A general outline is below regarding what your child will be learning about this coming week.
Theme of the week: Summer versus fall
Letter of the week: b
Books we will be reading:
- Blue by Karen mole
- Bennys big bubble by Tommy payola
- School bus by Donald crew
Math skills: they will be using counting bears and sorting and classifying them onto math worksheets.
- Butterflies made out of paper plates and sequins
- Upper and lower case bees out of buttons
- School bus made out of the B
For our second week of school we will be learning about the differences between summer and fall seasons .
Here is a general outline for this coming week.
Theme: Summer versus full
Letter of the week :b
Books we will be reading:
- Big bugs by Seymore Simon
- Maisie drive the bus by Russi cousins
- Bubble trouble by Mary Packard
Projects we will be doing:
- The B made out of buttons
- A bumblebee made out of the Letter b
- Fall versus summer picture
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Prek 4 ( Adele Leeds )
Welcome to all our PreK students!
We’ll spend this first week getting acquainted ( and reacquainted ) with lots of getting- to- know -each- other games and activities.
1-Name Card Shuffle ( identify and learn our classmates names )
2-Bean Bag Pass ( children share their names and things they like )
3-All About Me booklets
4-Line Up! This simple and fun activity challenges the children to learn each other’s names, positional words and order ( first, second, third, in front of, behind, next to etc.).
We’ll learn our routine: playtime ( individual workbook time ), clean up, snack, circle time ( stories and math , science and language activities ), art project time, library and outdoor play.
This week’s letter is A ( letter identification, beginning sounds, A words and “A” box.
Look for these art projects and letter A worksheets.
— Edible apple butterflies ( apples and carrots )
— Apple Family trees
— Lowercase a apples
— Parts of an apple ( leaf, core, stem, flesh, seed, skin )
We’ll explore textures using oatmeal, flour and water!
Prek 3 ( Michele Zinicola )
Welcome to Pre-K 3!
As we begin an exciting new school year, I would like to extend a warm welcome to our Pre-K 3 students and families.
I am very excited to be your child’s teacher this year. I look forward to working together and creating a positive, welcoming school environment for my students and help them develop their love for learning!
So many great things will happen this year in our class! Each month our fun-filled activities will include letters, numbers, stories, fine/gross motor skills, shapes, colors, art projects, name recognition, weather, calendar skills, and lots more!
The first week of school we will work on learning each other’s names with oral language development and taking turns, with getting to know activities.
They will include:
- That’s My Name!
- Where’s My Name?
- Read It and Write It in Pasta!
This week’s letter is the letter A
We will work on letter recognition and how to form the letter A,
recognize the parts of an apple, and make a tissue paper apple.
Also, our lessons and activities will be focused on learning our rules and classroom procedures, but having fun at the same time.
Once again, WELCOME to PRE – K 3 , and don’t forget to wear your smile to school!