Sing along with Teacher Edith and learn how to request a turn using the MY TURN sign.
Does everybody feel the same? Puppet Tommy is excited about a visit from the dentist while Sally isn’t so sure. Learn that people can feel differently about the same thing in this Second Step lesson with Teacher Jill.
Sing along with Teacher Pedra as she tells a tale of a mother duck and her five little ducks. Remember to imitate the gross motor movements to help tell the story.
It’s time to jump! Watch this video to learn how to make your body Sizzle and Pop. You will be jumping in no time!
Join Teacher Bryan at circle time. He reviews our 3 Bees (be safe, be friendly, be a worker) and talks about feelings. Teacher Bryan also builds Mat-Man, can you help him? Then he reads Old McDonald Has a Boat, by Steve Goatz and illustrated by Eda Kaban. What does he have in the surprise box today?
Uh-oh, another accident happened on the playground. Look at this picture as Teacher Jill explains how these boys might be feeling after a bicycle bump.
What is an accident? In this Second Steps lesson puppets, Sally and Tommy, will show you how an accident might happen. Sally does a nice job using her words to help Tommy understand.
Join Teacher Edith in singing about the things she finds in her ABC toybox. This is a great way to practice using your consonant sounds.
Whether at home or at school our “3 bees” are important. Sing with Teacher Pedra and learn some ways how you can be friendly, be safe and be a worker at home.
This parent guide video describes how to use a pacing board with your child to help support speech and language development! See how using a dot strip can help your child listen, watch, and engage in language use as you model grammatically correct sentences in play and everyday activities.