GSRP is a free program for all eligible families and is designed to give a high quality preschool experience prior to Kindergarten.
Eligibility is primarily based on family income (federal poverty level), life experiences and child’s age. If your child’s birth date is between December 2, 2015 to December 1, 2016, your child may qualify for this program.
If you would like to be sent information about registration for the 2020-2021 school year please fill in the GSRP Interest Form 2020-2021 and someone will contact you as we start the registration process.
Please choose two activities to complete. You can complete all of them for extra practice, but it is not required. I have included some activity pages, printable stories and a video of the story. Common words and names using the -en pattern are Ben, den, hen, Jen, Ken, men, pen, ten, and when.
If the weather is nice, try this outdoor scavenger hunt with your grown-up. Head outdoors and see how many of these things you can find. Take a journal and pencil outside with you and make a list of the things that you find.
Please choose a story and at least two of the activities provided to use with the -ug word pattern. I am including two mini movies of the -ug pattern books. Printable -ug pattern books, and several -ug pattern practice pages. If you choose to print the -ug books, your child could use a crayon or marker to circle any sight words or -ug pattern words in the story. Common words in the -ug pattern are: bug, dug, hug, jug, mug, rug, tug, and slug.
What can you do on a snowy April day? Go on an indoor hunt to find things. When you are finished write about it in your journal and draw a picture of the things that you found. Have a great weekend friends!
It’s important to get time away from screens. Choose several things from this list to brighten your day! Connect (with each other), explore, create, and move! How many can you check off?
Find a comfy corner to curl up with a book (maybe in your blanket fort) Read a story to a family member Read to a pet Listen to an audiobook while you color or draw here. Read a book outside
Play a board or card game with your family Play hide-and-seek Hide a treasure for your family to find and draw a treasure map Have a tea party with your stuffed animals Build a fort out of blankets and pillows Play with your pet
What art supplies do you have? Paint? Crayons? Colored pencils? Make cards to send to a family member or friend. Act out a favorite story for your family Draw a picture of yourself Decorate Easter eggs Make finger puppets of favorite book characters Maker Challenges – multiple screen-free STEM challenges for home (printer helpful) A free downloadable coloring book
STEM Outdoors BINGO board Go for a walk with your family Search for shapes, numbers, or words in your neighborhood Draw on the sidewalk with chalk See how far you can get a hula hoop to roll. Run to catch it before it falls. Blow bubbles
Create a dance for a favorite song and teach it to a family member Make an obstacle course Place tissues on your heads and see how long you can dance around without letting it fall off. Who made it the longest? See how far you can jump. Mark your spot with a piece of tape and see if you can beat your last jump. Make a hopscotch game with chalk outside or tape inside
Plan a menu with your family Help to prepare a recipe, practicing measuring ingredients Tidy your room Sort your dirty clothes into light and dark colors Help your brother or sister with their work Keep your workspace clean and organized Train your pet to do a new trick
special thanks to Mrs.Rydlicki and Mrs.Pelaccio for these great ideas.