Post Spring Break

We have been very busy over the past couple of weeks.  The children are both learning and acting out nursery rhymes.  Below are pictures of them acting out Humpty Dumpty.  They have also done a few science experiments such as color mixing with playdoh and making raisins dance…pop vs water.  Lastly, the built a classroom mailbox using an old cardboard box and decorated it using materials from around the room.

Upcoming Events

March 25th at Cotter: Bingo for Books 4:45-5:15

March 26th: Mis-match Day! Have your child wear mis-matched clothes and shoes

March 27th: PJ Day! Have your child wear their PJ’s to school and bring their favorite stuffed animal or blanket!

March 28th: Wear Purple!! We will be taking a school picture and are encouraged to wear as much purple as we can!

April 1st-5th: No School! Spring Break!

April 18th: Parent/Child Meeting at Esper library 11:00


I will post the May schedule in a few weeks!

Science Experiment

As a follow up to the Michigan Science Center field trip, we conducted our own experiment this week.  After reading the book “The Cloud” by Eric Carle, the children experimented with their “cloud” and tried to make it rain using eye droppers and colored water.  This also turned into a color mixing activity.

Welcome to the New Year!

I hope everyone had a nice a relaxing break with their families!  I know I did! However, I am glad to be back.  This past week we worked on one to one correspondence using dice, buttons and tweezers. The children used the tweezers (fine motor) to pick up the buttons and place them on the dice (one to one) and counted how many they had in total.  Others used playdoh and toothpicks to practice counting and number sense. We also worked on building letters and shapes. The children used straight and curved line to build letters and make shapes on the carpet! I did add a few photos of children who were writing on their own during work time! Love it!!!

Week 15

Wishing everyone a safe and relaxing winter break! Enjoy your time with family and friends!  Look forward to seeing you on Monday, January 7th! Here are some pictures of the children creating bubble art.  Super fun and super messy!!

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