As our theme “How we express ourselves” comes to an end preschoolers summative assessment is to watch a video of themselves playing during center time. The video of the students is to help them reflect and understand the qualities of successful play 🙂
Friday and Tuesday I will be out and Ms. V will be here 🙂
Monday– No school!
Preschoolers stone soup was a success and yummy!
Today in whole group we worked on our writing skills and letter formation.
Meet Next Year’s Teacher Night on January 16th from 6-7 pm. This is a perfect opportunity to hear about what exciting things your students will be learning in the next grade
Family Pajama Party/Movie Night this Friday, January 11th in our gymnasium from 6-8pm. Wear your pajamas, bring a comfy blanket/pillow (camp chairs are good for parents, too) and come enjoy the movie “Small Foot” with us. We’ll have freshly popped popcorn and 100% apple juice, as well.
Stone Soup is a heartwarming folk tale. The smell was so tempting. Everyone came to taste the soup and marveled at the flavor.”It’s amazing!” said one women. “These two travelers made such a delicious soup out of a stone.” “Out of a stone” said the travelers with a grin, “and a magical ingredient…sharing.”
We had a lot of open-minded preschooler’s today…from painting with our nose’s to trying stone soup! I couldn’t have been more proud!!
Thank you all for the amazing ingredients!
Preschoolers were given limited materials to be creative and use creative thinking:
After reading Stone Soup we decided to create our own interpretation of Stone Soup…So “Bring what you’ve got. Put it in the pot. Every bit counts, from largest to the least. Together we can celebrate a Stone Soup feast!”
3 day and 5 day please bring in an cooked item to add to our soup Wednesday Jan. 9th.
2 day and 5 day please bring in an cooked item to add to our soup Thursday Jan. 10th.
Can be a vegetable, grain or noodle. Please no Onions or Tomatoes.