Teachers Suzanne, Mary, and Mimi
Week of November 15 – 19 Learning Resource
Message from Teachers
It was great to see some of you in person and we look forward to seeing you more in the future! As we continue to prepare for re-opening on site, we want to remind you that safety is the first priority always. That means that all the emergency forms and immunization information must be in place when we open for in person learning.
Thank you for your patience and working with us to ensure we have all this important information.
Hope you enjoy your week!
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Our four program-wide expectations are Be Compassionate, Be Curious, Be a Community and Be Courageous. This week we will focus on how children can Be Curious.
We are Curious when we:
- Explore new ideas
- Ask “I Wonder” questions
- Imagine the possibilities
- Test our ideas
- Value the challenge
In this week’s learning resource, you will find an activity related to this week’s expectation. Let us know how it went!
Art / Writing
Activity 1 – Color Hunt!
Color scavenger Hunt: Look around your kitchen and find foods of all colors. You can pick a new color each day if you want to play this every day. After you have found a food, draw or paint a picture or that food.
Monday find foods that are blue
Tuesday find foods that are red
Wednesday find foods that are brown
Thursday find foods that are white
Friday find foods that are green
Language / Literacy
Enjoy a book about Fall. While reading or listening to the story, ask your child what they notice outside now and what they like or do not like about fall weather. Look up different kinds of squirrels or draw pictures of what is around you.
Math / Science
Be Curious. What objects sink or float?
- Go on a walk with your child. Collect leaves, rocks, sticks, acorns, pinecones, or other items that are hard, soft, big, or small.
- Fill a tub or bowl with water
- Let them place each object in the water to see which ones float or sink.
- Write the word float on one paper and the word sink on another paper.
- Then place the objects that float or sink next to the word. Talk about how heavy or light the objects felt. Ask your child why they think that happened.