Last week was a busy week of Ocean study, and celebrating St. Patrick’s Day! The children learned about the letter T by tracing it, correlating T words to the letter, and making a tree craft (which worked on fine motor by ripping the paper “leaves”). We finished our ocean scene, which included large whales and baby whales. The children spend time matching the numbered whales to the whales with the same number of corresponding dots. This activity will remain on our wall through our entire Ocean unit. We continue to reinforce this number recognition and counting through calendar activities, and playing many counting games. IRead More →

It was such a busy week in Preschool 1, even with our shorter week last week, we learned a lot in just three days.   We worked on forming the letter L and discussed words that begin with L. In continuing with our winter/snow theme, we played in shaving cream “snow”, made snowkids (in various shapes and sizes) with white paint and a toilet paper roll, and made homemade play-doh.  By adding glitter it gave the play-doh that “snow” look! The children enjoyed our science lesson, and were so excited as they watched flour, water, and oil turn into play-doh!  We read winter and snowRead More →