I Want to be a Doctor!

Prek 4 ( Jennifer Quartucci )

The children have very busy getting ready for Mother’s Day!  The things they told us about all of you were the sweetest things, as you will see. We look forward to seeing many of you at the celebration but understand if you can’t make it. Just remember to check your child’s backpack if you can’t attend. Hope that all of you had an amazing Mother’s Day, you deserve it.

Theme of the Week: Doctor/Nurse/Veterinarian

Letter: Review/lowercase

Books we will be Reading:
I Want to be a Doctor
Froggy goes to the Doctor
Doctor De Soto
Charlie the Ranch Dog: Goes to the Doctor
A Chair for my Mother


  • Doctor ‘Tools of the Trade’
  • Community Helper Book
  • Veterinarian Dramatic Play activities
  • Doctor Bag
  • Community Helpers Roll and Color
  • Paper Plate Flowers using scissors

Math: skip counting/number writing practice 1-15

Prek 3 ( Jennifer Polesuk )

Hope everyone had a nice Mother’s Day!! Monday at 10:45 is our Mother’s Day brunch at school. Looking forward to a very special morning!!!

Theme of the week: Zoo animals

Letter of the week: Z

Books we will be reading:
– A Night at the Zoo by Kathy Caple
– The Baby Beebee Bird by Diane Redfield Massie
– Last Night at the Zoo by Michael Garland
– Zoo Ah-choooo by Peter Mandel
– Put Me In The Zoo by Robert Lopshire


  • marble painted zebra
  • zig zag line tracing
  • zoo animal cage project
  • Put Me In The Zoo craft
  • zoo animal charades game
  • zoo animal patterns
  • making our own zoo in the classroom with blocks and animals

– We are continuing to practice counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s

Prek 2 ( Nellie Westpy) 
We are excited to celebrate with our moms on Monday, May 15 at 10:45 AM for our brunch! If you have not signed up already please make sure you email The school or send a message on brightwheel as we have to have a headcount for food and beverages.
Regarding our lesson plans we will no longer be sending out a weekly breakdown since the last month of school is strictly review for this age group. Our goal is that every child in our class is able to identify the basic shapes, colors, numbers one through five as well as count one through 10. We have been reviewing a wide variety of letters and our songs which have helped them to retain the phonic sounds of each letter. Please let us know if you have any other questions.