Beginning of the Year
Children thrive in a well-ordered and predictable environment, where daily routines such as arrivals and departures, snack time, and toileting are dealt consistently by both teachers. Daily routines provide opportunities for children to learn more about themselves, the world and other people. Daily routines also offer children a sense of stability, and a feeling of warmth and caring from their teachers. The challenge is to develop appropriate daily routines for children which offer them a sense of consistency and security, yet remain flexible and responsive to the individual needs of each child. We will be building on this area in our daily routines.
Movement and Music
Hickory Dickory Dock
What can you do with your hands?
Writing our names!
Let's tell time
Fun with our ABC!
Sharing is Caring!
- On Monday we will have a Lock-Down Drill in the school to continue practicing our Emergency routines. The Lock-Down Drill includes children going to a safe area in the classroom and maintain quiet until they let us know that the school is safe from any danger.
- Remember to always make healthy choices when it comes to your child's snack. We have been receiving cookies, cakes and many other bakes good that contain lots of sugar causing children to get distracted from their daily routines. If you need any ideas or tips just send me an email and I will help out as much as possible.
Please remember that children should not be at school if they are unwell or recovering from any illness. If a child is unwell we advise they should remain at home to rest and recover. We would recommend children be fever free, or free from stomach sickness or similar illness before returning to school. We appreciate your assistance in keeping our classroom happy and healthy for your child to enjoy.