Ms. Ginni's Class



Bringing Literature to Life!

What Preschooler (and preschool teacher) doesn't LOVE Chicka Chicka Boom Boom?Our PK 3.1 bookworms dressed up as Coconut Trees and enjoyed different stories when they rotated from one PK classroom to the other.

Learning to Write

It’s easy (and fun!) to practice writing with your child throughout the day at home. Here are some activities to try:

  • Let your child use writing tools such as pencils, washable markers, chalk, and crayons.
  • Show your child that written words are a part of daily life. From grocery lists and email messages to billboards and signs in stores, writing is everywhere!
  • Teach your child to print her first name. (Be patient, as this will take practice.) This is very empowering for a preschooler!
  • Label your child’s belongings with her name. And, let your child label some of her own things (such as a notebook or crayon box).

When they need help with the letter formation, you can give the letters human characteristics, it will be even more fun! (For example, a letter E is a straight line with a hat, a belt and a shoe.)

Bulletin Board Letters