January 8, 2016 Ms. Ronda & Ms. Lisa
A Glance into Room 325
- responsible conduct as a group member
- using and understanding language (receptive and expressive)
- sociodramatic play with peers
- letter and word knowledge
- number sense of quantitiy
Being a Barista
We are exploring new vocabulary and experiences.
Sharing a Hot Chocolate with a Friend
Wow! Lots of Customers!
We are learning what a customer is and how to be a customer. Part of that is forming a line and waiting your turn.
From a Conscious Discipline Facebook Post
Children need to say no to test limits and the social rules that prevail. At each stage of life, right through adulthood, people need to resist and oppose. Two-year-olds say, “No,” to define themselves as separate from their parents. Three to five-year-olds say, “No,” as they are discovering how to influence other people’s behavior. Six to eight-year-olds say, “No,” as they begin to classify and subsequently start viewing themselves and others comparatively. All children will behave in negative, oppositional manners, at different times, as they move through the normal stages of development. The nature of your response to your child’s negative behavior is critical!
This week’s Conscious Commitment:
I am willing to remember that there are developmental reasons why children say, “No!” I use this information as a reminder to QTIP (Quit Taking It Personally). I understand by perceiving, “No’s!” as a normal part of development, I can remain composed and respond rather than react. The nature of my response is what will make the difference between an attack/defend process or a teaching/learning opportunity.
Will you commit to helping your child in his/her development?
Meet Me At...
Meet Me At…
***IF LIBERTY SCHOOL DISTRICT IS CLOSED DUE TO WEATHER, THIS ACTIVITY WILL BE CANCELLED***
Who: Liberty Early Childhood Preschoolers and Families
What: Join us for stories, movement, songs, and library card
sign up and checkout
When: Thursday, February 11th, at 9:30 a.m. or 10:30
(session is approximately one hour; your choice of times)
Where: Woodneath Library, 8900 N. Flintlock Road,
Kansas City, MO 64157
Why: You and your child will have the opportunity to…
· Interact with peers through play towards a shared purpose
· Learn about how print carries meaning
· Recall the library experience using a song cube that can be made during the session
· Use his/her large muscles during music and movement
· Find out about future programs suited to his/her age
- January 18th (Monday)-No School due to Martin Luther King Day
- February 9th and 11th (Tuesday and Thursday)--Parent/Teacher Conferences (Signupgenius invites were sent out earlier in the week.)
- February 9th (Tuesday)-Friendship Parties