The children made monoprints by painting on plastic surfaces, drawing designs in the paint with cotton swabs and placing the paper over the paint. We discussed the prefix “mono” and its meaning. We also mentioned that each piece was unique or a one of a kind.
We had a fun filled week of Fall activities, play-dough, hula hoops and more. The children enjoyed playing and learning together.
We had a very busy week! We painted together, sorted the colors of Fall leaves, explored textures while decorating acorns, and of course we played together!
The children had another wonderful week exploring apples and the start of the fall season. We turned our kitchen area into a Farmer’s Market for the month of October, where the children can pretend to be shoppers and store owners buying and selling fruits and vegetables! The children practiced writing the letter A and created two different apple projects. They also did a taste test of
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The children learned about their community this week! They reviewed their addresses and built houses for a neighborhood. They created pictures for the kind of occupation they want to have when they grow up and also learned the important ways firefighters and police officers help us. The children can’t wait for our walk to downtown next week to see the hustle and bustle of
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This week we did some exciting STEM-based learning by using paints and watching them mix as we blew through straws. We also learned about Mrs. M and her neighborhood.
The children learned about hygiene and safety in the kitchen during the Afternoon Enrichment Kids Cooking class. We made edible paint with sweetened condensed milk and food coloring. The children then painted their toast. It was a very hands-on project and the children did an amazing job!
Our Young Learner’s spent the week learning about colors through games, painting and reading My Many Colored Days. We also enjoyed playing outside and with our new classmates!
We had an exciting week meeting the first letter person Mrs. A and doing lots of fun apple activities.
The children in the 5 Day Pre-K had an exciting week meeting the first letter person, Mrs.A. She brought apples with her and the children not only learned new things about apples and how they grow but they also sorted, counted, tasted and graphed apples. The children all agree this week was Awesome and Amazing!