Theme – Summer Vs. Fall Activities
This week we finished reading The Kissing Hand and had fun talking about summer activities vs. fall activities. The children loved the scavenger hunt on the playground. We even had a little picnic.
Your sweet children have been sitting the majority of the time during circle time and learning the morning circle routine. During morning circle time we cover, days of the weeks, months of the year, shapes and colors. I would like to work on name recognition next week and we will learn all about the letter A.
Theme – Summer vs Fall activities
This week we will continue focus on learning to share, say” please” and”thank you”, listen during story time and sit still when appropriate.
We will also practice taking turns through various games and activities.
We will be comparing differences between Summer and Fall through books and photos and outside observations.
English – We are working on letter “B” and its sound, naming as many “B” words as we can.
We are learning nursery rhymes- “Three Blind Mice”, “Humpty Dumpty” and “Hickory Dickory Dock”
Math – We will continue sorting by shape then by colour. We will be counting 1-10. We will be learning the days of the week.
Story – “Hairy Bear” by Joy Cowley
Circle Time Activities – ” B” words, color match, shape match, number maths and days of the week. We will read at least one story each day.
We will collect B objects to to put into a box.
Pre-k4 Class / Wraparound
We’re getting acquainted and reacquainted with our friends and getting back into the rhythm of school!
We are working on letters A and B and numbers 1-15. We are reviewing shapes and colors as well. Using name cards , the children are learning the spelling of their names and their classmates’ names.
Circle time activities have included Applesauce As, color match, number math(one-to-one correspondence), days of the week, months of the year, seasons and weather reviews! We read at least one story each day as well.
This week we’ll have lessons on rhyming and positional words.We’ll use colorful blocks for counting and making sets. We’ll taste apples and use slices and seeds for a math lesson. We’ll make and snack on our own apple pies!