Ms. Melissa Week of 3/28/16
Today was Alessandro’s special day and also his birthday celebration. He will be turning 5 next week! He had us going as slow as turtles and running like cheetahs! We danced to the Freeze dance song and listened and acted out Herman The Worm. We continued to make vases for our pussy willow flowers. Zoey, Ronald, and Charlotte picked out some interesting designed paper for their vases before they added some fingerpaint details for the flowers. Addison, Irene, Mona and Lily Rose were taking pictures and cooking up some nice dinners in the dramatic play corner. Sara, Alessandro, Matthew and Ronald were making some creative buildings with the magnatiles as well as the city blocks. In the Reading room we read The Best Nest and talked more about Spring and what we might see and hear in nature to let us know Spring has arrived. We worked on tracing robins and adding detail to the picture.
Ella's special day. She picked the Bubblegum song today. We tried to listen to two new songs, but they started skipping on us, so now we are on a mission to find some other new songs. Ella had us become flowers down the hallway. So we swayed in the wind down the hall. Luke and Gibson drew their wood sculptures for the art gallery night. Matthew, Zoey and Gabriela worked on tracing a diamond to turn it into a kite blowing in the wind! Diego and Matthew created unique buildings with the Magnatiles. We read It's Spring and hope to go on a nature walk to see and hear the signs of Spring. Luke shared his book today which introduced us to so many new sea creatures!
Art Gallery Night
Tuesday, April 5th, 5pm
1558 South County Trail
East Greenwich, RI
All families are cordially invited to our first annual gallery night, on Tuesday, April 5 in Fellowship Hall. This year we will be featuring the work of our BMTCP wood sculptors. Your child’s work of art will be on display between the hours of 5-6:30. Stop in and enjoy some apple juice and cheese hors d'oeu-vres, while taking in a display of the amazing works of art created with wood by your children. We hope to see everyone there!