Teachers Negyat, Zamzam and Bea
Week Oct 25-29 Learning Resource
Message from your teachers!
Welcome to this week’s Learning Resource! We hope you and your families have been enjoying these newsletters as much as we’ve enjoyed making them! You may have heard already that we teachers will start a slow return to classrooms beginning November 1. This does NOT mean we are having class in person on November 1. We still need time to set up the classrooms and get our safety measures established. However, we will keep in touch on whether we might be able to do occasional outdoor meetings with each other, but that is still being worked on as well. We appreciate your continued grace and patience as we go through these reopening plans to ensure everyone is as safe as possible!
We hope you will enjoy trying out these learning activities! There are also some resources here you can look at if you need them. If you ever have any questions, please feel free to contact us!
Starting October 25, you will need either a proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to enter most places in King County (like restaurants and indoor gatherings). Here’s an article and video with info: https://publichealthinsider.com/2021/10/18/vaccine-verification-what-to-expect-video/
If you live or work in Seattle, please take a few minutes to fill out this safety survey! It is available in many different languages! https://publicsafetysurvey.org/index.html
Need help finding or paying for child care? Check out this link! https://www.childcare.org/family-services/?storyid=174
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Language / Literacy
Read Along with Teacher Lisa: The Yak who Yelled Yuck!
Click on this link to watch Teacher Lisa read a story about a Yak who was trying some new foods. What letter sound do you hear the most in this story? What do you think happens after the story is over? Ask us for the password! https://vimeo.com/449090837
Math / Science
Shoe Hunt: Invite your child to go on a shoe hunt. Count the number of shoes each family member has. Count how many different types of shoes are in your house. How many have laces? How many have Velcro or buckles? Do you wear them indoors or outdoors? Do you slip them on? Count how many pairs of shoes. Line the shoes up from biggest to smallest. Get out a tape measure or ruler and measure the shoes.
Movement / Play
Clean up Song – In school and at home, it is very important that the kiddos always clean up after themselves once they are done playing with toys, eating, or doing any activity. This song teaches the topic of cleaning up, helping children understand that at the end of every activity, it is necessary to put everything in its place once they are done. Play this song so they know it is time to clean up and put everything where it belongs!