We hope you are doing well in the extremely warm weather we are having. As a reminder, there are some schedule changes to Teacher Dave’s classes. They have been moved to 11:00am, 11:45am, and 12:30pm. In addition, there will be no class on July 5th in observance of Independence Day.
SPS first school day info:
Seattle Public Library resources:
Our four program-wide expectations are Be Courageous, Be Curious, Be Compassionate, Be A Community. This week we will focus on how children can Be Compassionate.
We are compassionate when we:
- Offer to help someone
- Cheer someone up
- Support others
- Listen to how others are feeling
- Listen to different ideas
Math / Science
Set up a home dramatic play area with beach towels, empty plastic containers for pretend sunscreen, sunglasses, play picnic food, sand buckets, scoops, pretend sand, or real sand in a bucket.
Math / Science
DIY homemade bubbles
Make your own Easy DIY Homemade Bubbles and Refill Station to keep the bubbles popping! You can use any large sized liquid laundry detergent you can create a bubble refill station.
- Empty laundry detergent bottle with push button spout
- Homemade bubbles (4 cups of water and 1 cup of dish soup)
- Paint and decorate the laundry detergent bottle (optional)
Mix the water and dish soap together and you have your own homemade bubbles!
Make a chart on a piece of paper. In the left column write objects and in the right column you will write the number of steps it took to get from one place to the other. Point out two objects and say “how many steps does it take to get from ___ to ___?” Have your child count aloud with each step. Then help them to record the number of steps in the right column. Below is an example. You can choose any objects you want. You can pretend your home has turned into the great outdoors. Pretend your sofa in a giant rock, your refrigerator is a mountain or your rug is a lake!
|Objects||number of steps|
|couch to table||6 steps|
|bed to door||3 steps|
|wall to wall||12 steps|
|fridge to sink||5 steps|
Language / Literacy
Story time with Teacher Keke
Pete the Cat… Pete at The Beach (use the previous password)