We hope everyone had a blessed and restful Thanksgiving! The Lion Room had an amazing month learning about what they are most thankful for. This upcoming month, The Lion Room will be learning about all the holidays within December. We kicked off our month with an introduction to Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas and New Years! Read More
The Zebras got crafty for Thanksgiving week!! They created Pilgrim puppets out of paper bags and also decorated their own “Thankful Pies”. They had a lot of fun with the sticky glue and especially the sparkly glitter!! All of the Zebras hope you had a very Happy Thanksgiving with your friends and family!
We h ope everyone had a fun and safe Halloween! The Lion Room had fun dressing up as their favorite super heroes or characters. Ms. Catherine joined in on the fun as a minion We had a fun party filled with healthy snacks and took a trip around the neighborhood for Trick or Treating! This Read More
Take a look at our little Elephant herd doing arts and crafts!! We are all smiles.
Our Ladybugs are growing up so fast. Gross motor play, sensory play, and tummy-time are all important tools for their successful development. We are so excited to support and observe their developmental milestones! -Ms. Marie
Our last day in October the Zebras celebrated Halloween by dressing up in costumes! We enjoyed some dancing and even had a party! Here are pictures of our little herd in their costumes & enjoying some of our party snacks. They each went home happy with a goody bag full of snacks and a little Read More
This week the Ant Class has been learning about the 4 seasons. Students learned that the 4 seasons are winter, spring, summer, and fall and that each season repeats every year. In addition, the students learned each season experiences weather changes (hot, cold, warm, and rainy), how we dress during these seasons, and what activities people participate in. During Read More
This month we focused on “communities.” The children used various materials within the classroom to create their own “communities.” In order to instill a greater understanding of communities, we incorporated literature ; “Helpers in my Community”, by Bobbie Kalman, and “The Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza”, by Philemon Struggs. In the pictures below, the children created their own Read More
Literacy is an important part of early childhood development. Literacy provides the stepping stones for oral language, print knowledge, and phonological sensitivity as important emergent literacy skills for the development of reading. On October 31, 2014, we celebrated fairy tales and fables. Each classroom chose a different fairy tale or fable. The class read the book, learned about Read More
Happy October! The monkeys went bananas over this past week’s theme on weather! To make learning exciting, the monkeys collectively made a paper airplane and tested it in the wind….Watch it fly!!!