Hibernate


Prek 4 ( Jennifer Quartucci )

For Tuesday, please send in a bear (or a stuffed animal that would hibernate.) This stuffed animal shouldn’t be one that the child needs to sleep with at night as it is going to ‘hibernate’ at school.  We will be making a den for them and keeping them there until Friday. Thanks!

Theme of the week: concluding winter attire and beginning winter animal

Letter of the Week: K/L

Books we will be reading:

  • Little Hen Makes a Pizza
  • Over and Under the Snow
  • How and Why Animals Prepare for Winter
  • 10 Little Ladybugs
  • The Grouchy Ladybug

Projects:

  • ‘Wonderful Winter Wear’: mini-books
  • Sorting Activity with animals that hibernate, migrate or stay out in the cold
  • ‘ Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza’: make and cook pizzas and art and craft pizza activity with cutting
  • Squishy Paint Lollipops
  • Laundry Line with winter attire

Math:

  • Graphing Activities
  • one to one correspondence

*If you haven’t already done so, please make sure your child has a seasonal change of clothes here at school*.

Prek 3 ( Jennifer Polesuk ) 

Wednesday is our trip to Candylicious! Looking forward to a fun time!!

This will be a short but busy week!!!

Theme of the Week: Martin Luther King Jr. (equality and friendship)

Letter of the Week: L

Books we will be reading:

  • Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney
  • Is Your Mama A Llama? by Deborah Guarino
  • Lunchroom Lizard by Daniel Kirk
  • The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle

Projects/Actvities:

  • Martin Luther King Jr. discussion and egg cracking activity
  • lollipop project
  • lego painting
  • letter BINGO

Math:

  • Review of patterns to create Lego pattern towers and matching lego cards

Prek 2 ( Nellie Westpy ) 

Letter of the week:Q

Projects we will be doing:

  • Qtip painting
  • quilt from tissue paper
  • winter pic with a variety of textures (shaving cream and glue for the snow,stickers and chalk to name a few)

Books:

  • Josephinas Quilt by E. Coerr
  • Quick chick by Julia Hoban
  • Quilt story by Tony Johnston

We will also be playing a quilt game where the children cover their eyes while another hides under the quilt and the challenge is to guess who is under the quilt.