This week in Pre-K it’s been all about Mittens! Of course, we started our week off right by reading “The Mitten” by Jan Brett and ended our week making beautiful stain-glass mittens!
We practiced writing our names, reviewed ABC’s and letter sounds and we even made our own books! We also painted, journaled and did lots of fine motor activities that revolved around Chicka Chicka Boom Boom !
This week in Pre-K, we asked ourselves many questions such as…What do I like about myself? Who am I? Are my fingerprints different or the same as my friends? How big am I?
We also had much fun with fine motor activities such as building our names with Play-dough, using tweezers and gems to make a flower, cutting out shapes and much, much more!!
The Pre-K Room has been overly excited to delve right into all things Spring! My students have been making amazing strides in areas of Reading, Writing and Math!!! Let’s not forget Science…we’ve found this to be one of our favorite subjects in Pre-K!
We recently started incubating chicken eggs. We are so excited about hatching baby chicks! We have been counting down the days till they hatch!
No matter what we are learning we are enjoying the exploration of all things whether through our sensory play, journaling, oral language, reading, math and science activities and/or social studies!
We are already into our last month of school! This year has flown by but we are going to make the best of our last month together with field trips, parties, picnics, and graduation!
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