Building an obstacle course is a great way to work on motor planning, balance, strength, and following motor commands. You can use tape or chalk to create a course inside or outside. Get creative and add or change parts to meet your child’s needs.
Join Teacher Melinda to learn the signs for a few family members. Learn how to make the sign for mom, dad, sister, brother, grandma, grandpa, cousin, aunt and uncle.
How many can fit in a bed? There’s five in this one… but wait! The little one says “roll over” – she wants more room! Count and sing along with Teacher Pedra. Can you join-in when it’s time to roll over?
Teacher Jill continues her lessons about feelings. Today Jill has her puppet friend, Sally, with her and will discuss why Sally feels angry and what can be done to help.
Why would a Cat need to build a nest? Find out as you listen to The Perfect Nest, written by Catherine Friend and illustrated by John Manders. Thank you to Scholastic Publishing for permitting teachers to read these stories aloud.
Teacher Jill shares a story about Ethan and how he is surprised by something he sees.
Grab your scissors and follow along with this fun alligator chant! Find out a little bit about the progression of learning to cut.
How do we know when someone is feeling sad? Teacher Jill helps us explore some things to notice when others are sad and offers ideas about how to help them feel better.
Teacher Jill gives us an introduction about feelings. She tells a story about a boy named Alex who enjoys swinging outside and how this makes him feel happy.
Time to practice balancing on one foot! This skill can be hard, but this video will show you how your mom, dad, or your favorite stuffed animal can help make it easier and more fun. Balancing on one foot is an important skill to learn because it will help you with so many skills when you’re older like hopping and skipping! Parent tip: Try singing a favorite song while you are balancing together to encourage a longer hold.