The students are finally starting to settle into their routines, most of them have stopped crying at drop off, and the questions about when school will be over have gotten fewer and fewer. We have completed their beginning of year assessments and are very excited to share with you what we have learned at parent teacher conferences in November. We will use the test results to set goals for your children, so please come to your conference prepared to discuss what you want most for your child to learn from pre- school.
October was a month full of fall fun and activities some of the fun things we have done in class are:
Blowing bubbles with straws in trays of water
Making cookies and playing “Who took the cookie from the cookie jar?”
Painting our names with clothes pins and cotton balls
Starting to write in our writing journals
Ice Skating on blocks
painting and carving pumpkins
cutting apples to help make apple sauce
Apple taste testing
Nature Walk -collecting leaves
Reading a story about a “Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything”
and Learning some new songs, Row, Row, Row your Boat & Five Pumpkins sitting on a Gate!
Here are some pics of the pumpkins we painted:
BALLOONS & STICKS
Our first week of soft starts has come to a close and it was a great week in Pre K! The students are learning about school routines, such as, sitting on the carpet, walking together in the hallways, sharing toys, and taking turns. We read some fun books about Pete The Cat and made silly masks, and we had tons of fun playing with Balloons and Sticks during Large Group! It was a great week, and Mrs. Omar and I are looking forward to our first week of full day preschool next week! See you on Monday!
WE LOVE TO PLAY OUTSIDE!!!