Volume 23

June 14, 2021

Teacher Tina                                                          6/14 to 6/18

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Teacher Tina:

Email me anytime if you have any questions.


Try to read with your child at least 3o minutes each day and ask them questions about the book your read.

Also encourage your child to read to you.

Videos of Teacher Tina

Brown Bear Brown Bear

Measuring with my measuring tape

Password is: NH

Hi everyone

We wanted to tell you we are continuing this theme. We are doing the GROCERY THEME. This will include talk about trips to the grocery store. We will read books about grocery stores, songs and fun pretend play. When you have time talk with your child about the grocery store and what things they might notice In the store. Talk about different roles you could pretend to play in the grocery store. Like Cashier, customer, stocker who stocked the shelves, there could be a flower shop, a Starbucks, also a store manager. Try and have fun with it.

Remember to join onto the tools portal so that your child can engage

In the online learning activities on the portal. There are a variety of

Learning activities and theme related books for your children can

Interact with and enjoy.

Resources- Check out the Tools of the portal website.

Click the link below

We are on week 12 in the child center

Your child can explore and learn online and interact in some additional learning activities. I emailed you the password.  


In our classroom we set up things like this with role cards so the kids can do pretend play and act out a role. Kids love to be the cashier and it also helps with their math skills by counting and sorting. Encourage you children to make a shopping list they can have you help them write or draw pictures of the food.

This week our pretend play is the cashier and we were practicing scanning items as we are the cashier. Next we will pretend to bag up the items. When we scan each item we say beep, beep.

Fun at the ocean


I appreciate you joining our video calls and each week. Thank you so much. Keep up the good work.


Video calls are: 10am ,1130am, 1pm     Mon thru Thurs

Movement / Play

Playdough and buttons

If you do not have buttons you can use any small toys to hide in your playdough.

Number hop

First write the numbers 1 to 10 one number on a separate piece of paper. Next spread them around in order. Last have your child jump from the number to number starting with 1 and ending with 10.



Here is another video of Teacher singing our favorite songs.



Art / Writing

Encourage your child to make a grocery list. You can help support them if they need help writing. Another idea you could do is have your child draw a picture of the item they want on their list. They could tape or glue it to their list if the want. Ask your child what kinds of things they need on their grocery list. Share with them what you put on your grocery list. Last encourage them to do pretend play and play roles of cashier, customer, mom, dad, manager, delivery driver.

Language / Literacy

As you read books with your children. Asking them open ended questions and encourage them to tell you what the story was about. Ask them to see if they can tell you some details from the story.

Encourage your child to find and read books about families.

Click links below



*Brown bear Brown bear what do you see.


Here is another version of Brown bear Brown bear what do you see.

*This is called Brown bear animation animal parade.


Math / Science

Making collections of items that you find outside and then sorting the items.

With this activity a follow up is to glue the nature items on the paper. Make a nature collage.

This is a fun activity and who doesn’t love stickers. Its very good for their fine motor skills.

Name snippet art

You will need

-Piece of white paper

-a few pieces of color paper

-something to write with

-glue or glue stick

You will have your child rip/tear pieces of colored paper. Next encourage your child to write their name and then rub glue along their name .Last place pieces of color paper snippets on the glue making their name decorative.