What a year it has been! As I think back over the past 12 months, I am so thankful for each of you and all the work you did to make our class successful and help your child learn this year! Being a parent of a preschooler is no small task, but being a parent of a preschooler during a worldwide pandemic makes you a true hero! Thank you so much for all you’ve contributed to our class this year.
Last week was our last week of classes for the summer. As we wave good-bye to those going to kindergarten we send them off with happy wishes for their new adventure! For those returning to preschool in the fall, I will be in touch to let you know the schedule as I get the information.
Language / Literacy
“Kindergarten, Here I Come” by D.J. Steinberg https://video.link/w/iZh5c
“Off to Kindergarten” by Tony Johnston https://video.link/w/Xki5c
Make sure you can write your first and last name for kindergarten! Parents write your child’s name and encourage them to copy. If you already write your name, practice writing your address!
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Art / Writing
END OF YEAR SELF PORTRAIT!
You just finished a year of preschool and, for some of you,it was your LAST year of preschool because you are going to kindergarten! Today, draw a picture of yourself so you remember what you look like on your last day of preschool! Don’t forget to use colors and draw the clothes you have on too!
Use your playdough to roll out three snakes.
Make one very long snake.
Make one medium long snake.
Make one short snake.
Now get your tape measure and measure each snake. Write on a piece of paper how many inches long each snake is.
Movement / Play
Click on this link to sing and count with Teacher Laura!