2020
Apr 22
Apr 22, 2020

Listening and Sharing

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Listening is an important skill in building friendships. Teacher Jill helps us remember the important steps involved in listening and sharing.

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2020
Apr 20
Apr 20, 2020

Circle Time with Teacher Bryan

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Join teacher Bryan in some fun song-based circle time activites. You will sign and join in 3 activity songs (Hands Go Slow, Head-Shoulderds-Knees-and Toes, and BINGO). Teacher Bryan also has his surprise box with a special tool to use in the last song.

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2020
Apr 17
Apr 17, 2020

Bubbles

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Join teacher Edith in singing, signing, and blowing bubbles. Try adding some of your own bubbles for some extra fun!

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2020
Apr 16
Apr 16, 2020

Homemade Sensory Table

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Sensory tables are a great way to engage preschoolers in a variety of learning activities while proving to be calming for many. Follow these simple steps with items you can find around your house to make your own sensory table. Encourage your child to help you add materials and items.

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2020
Apr 16
Apr 16, 2020

Story: Dear Zoo

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Teacher Amy reads Dear Zoo written and illustrated by Rod Campbell. Thanks to Scholastic Publishing for permitting teachers to read these books to children during this school closure time.

Category: EI/ECSE
2020
Apr 15
Apr 15, 2020

Open and Shut Them Song

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Time to stand up and get moving. Sing along to Open and Shut them song to learn some of our favorite opposites (e.g., big/small, hot/cold, fast/slow).

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2020
Apr 13
Apr 13, 2020

Circle Time with Teacher Bryan

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Teach Bryan reviews our circle time expectations to participate. He sings 3 Green and Speckled Frogs, tells the Hungry Caterpillar story, and does a surprise box with a new food (applesauce).

Category: EI/ECSE
2020
Apr 13
Apr 13, 2020

Using Our Waiting Hand

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Sometimes when we want something it can be helpful to have a strategy. The waiting hand gives children a way to wait without getting upset or frustrated that it may take awhile to get it, especially when waiting for play or preferred items.

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