Pre-K 2's Weekly Review
What We Have Learned
Units: Christmas Traditions Around The World and Celebrating Jesus' Birth
The past two weeks were very exciting with all the global traveling that was done as we learned about how some other countries celebrate Christmas and our Christmas Program celebration. Last week we went to China and made bright lanterns to illuminate up the night. Then we visited went to Mexico and build colorful piñatas to join in the fiesta. Next, we flew to France and created delicious yule logs to enjoy with our holiday meal. Finally, we popped into Sweden to made St. Lucia wreaths to light the way for Christmas. This week was spent creating art with holiday wrapping paper and stickers, making Christmas cards for each other and family, enjoying our families after the Christmas sing along and a pajama party.
Letter Mm, Nn and Numbers 5-15 Spotlight
For the past two weeks we have spent time reviewing letters Mm and Nn sounds and thinking of some vocabulary words the contain them. We searched books and printed materials for these two letters
We have reviewed numbers 5-15 in finger plays, counting songs, counting and ordering. We have enjoyed counting stickers and Christmas bows.
Learning And Growing In Action
Parents please know that Legacy serves a morning snack for the students at school. It is not a full meal but one that can supplement a breakfast given prior to arriving in the morning. A few of our students come to Legacy very early and hungry expecting a full breakfast meal. Morning snack for Pre-K is between 8:30-9am. Thank you for your understanding, Ms. Karleen.
Next Week's Topic: Winter Wonderland
Show-A-Tell Day: Color and Return Letter Oo Sheet
Wish List: Baby Food Jars
New Year's Day: January 1, 2016
**The Preparing For Kindergarten Program enrollment program deadline is this Thursday, December 31, 2015. Please return completed packets if you would like to participate in the program.**
Mackenna loved making and modeling her wreath.
Jamari imagined a little candle inside his lantern.
Aiden wants to make a piñata for his parents and sister, with candy.
Xoie was hoping to get a big slice of her Yule Log.
Emory posed for me to capture her picture for our classroom door.
Sam said that he would tell his grandparents in Pennsylvania how to make Yule Logs.
Aiden was working on building a rectangle with his blocks.
Sam built his tower then shook the table to see if it would fall. It did not.
Xoie wanted to build a bridge for buses to go under.