Goodnight​, Goodnight Construction Site


Prek 4 ( Jennifer Quartucci)

it’s hard to believe May has arrived!  Students have been doing such a great job preparing for their graduation ceremony.  🎓. It’s going to be such a special evening for all.
*Show and Tell will be on Wednesday*
(Their choice )

Theme of the Week: Life Cycles/intro: communities helpers/construction worker/garbage collectors

Letter: Y

Books we will be reading:

  • Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site
  • Yes Day!
  • I Dare you not to Yawn
  • Charlie the Caterpillar
  • I Drive a Garbage Truck

Projects:

  • Painting with Yarn
  • Shape construction/garbage truck project (drawing shapes and cutting)
  • ‘Today I am this tall…’ using yarn/measurement
  • May portraits
  • Life cycle of a butterfly craft
  • ‘Dot a Rhyme’

Math: counting by 10’s

Prek 3 ( Jennifer Polesuk )

This week we will be playing tic tac toe. It is a great way to work on problem solving and also helps practice writing the letters X and O. Please try to play a few games with your child at home.

Theme of the week: More Fun With Spring

Letter of the week: X

Books we will be reading:

  • Maxi The Little Taxi by Elizabeth Upton
  • Mama Built A Little Nest by Jennifer Ward
  • Planting A Rainbow by Lois Ehlert
  • Jo MacDonald Had A Garden by Mary Quattlebaum
  • Elmer And Butterfly by David McKee
  • Curious George Plants A Tree by Margaret and H.A. Rey

Projects/Activities:

  • bird’s nest craft
  • tulip fork painting
  • tissue paper flowers
  • sponge painted butterfly
  • tic tac toe
  • “X” out what doesn’t belong
  • flower patterns
  • color by number xylophone


Prek 2 ( Nellie Westpy )

We will be continuing to learn about the season of spring. Please encourage your children to stop and watch his plants  come up during this time of year as we have been learning about planting seeds and how they grow.

Review Letter of the week: B

Some projects we will be doing:
Bird in a nest
Mother’s day projects
Bubble painting

Books we will be reading:
Book bear by Paul Bernadette
A bugbear by David McPhail
Bernstein bear book by Stan Bernstein

We also have been doing a lot of reviewing during circle time so please work on your children identifying shapes, numbers one through five as well as colors. Most of our students are doing great with review but a couple have been having a hard time retaining so please encourage at home as well.