We began our new unit “Where We Live”. We read about different kinds of homes. In centers, children created structures of homes using materials such as blocks, cardboard boxes, and paper. To extend learning at home parents can encourage their child to create homes for people and animals using cardboard boxes or have your childContinue reading “What’s happening in Pre-K”
Setting up a food taste test is a fun way to teach a preschooler about the sense of taste. Children were invited to taste different foods such as crasins, pretzels, lemons and dark chocolate. Prior to the taste test children made predictions on what flavors (sweet, salty, sour and bitter) do they think the foodsContinue reading “Five Senses Taste Test”
Children explore and investigate their world using their senses. Children observe things in their environment and begin to describe them in detail. As children make observations they record what they see, smell, hear and touch during the sensory walk onto their clipboards.
Our unit of the month is “My Five Senses.” During this unit, we will talk about how our senses work together to help us learn about the world around us. On our first neighborhood walk children are using their five senses to describe what they see in the environment. Below are pictures of children collectingContinue reading “Our first neighborhood walk!”
Students are signing in their names on their own personal clipboard. They are learning what letters are in their names and letter formation. Students are practicing their fine motor skills as they cut strips of paper and use glue to create a mosaic.