Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Monday, September 28, 2020

Fall Favorites

One of our favorite things to do each fall is fall leaf paintings. Preschool 2 used leaf sponges to make their masterpieces today. Each child dipped their sponge in paint & used their hands to press the leaves into their pictures. They loved to get messy! 

Who's Your Mummy?

 Preschool Three is getting into the Halloween spirit this week! They were so excited to make these mummy crafts . Each child worked their fine motor skills by first cutting pieces of white tissue & then gluing them onto their mummy. We love Halloween & can't wait to see what the class comes up with next!

Pre-K Letter of the Week

Our Pre-K kids are learning so much already this school year! Here's a snip-it of our Academy kids working on their letter of the week. Letter recognition is important because it enables beginning readers to figure out how printed text is associated with the spoken language. This is why alphabetic recognition is one of the very first skills children learn while they are beginning readers. It comes before phonemic awareness and decoding. We are so excited to be a part of the kids' growth this year!

Friday, September 25, 2020

Meet Max from Frog Street!

Our classes are having so much fun with Max the frog from our Frog Street Curriculum. Max helps all of our teachers as they teach the curriculum each day. You know it's going to be a great day when you see Max come out of his spot!

For more info on our award winning curriculum, visit the website at www.frogstreet.com 

Pajama Day

 The weather today is perfect for pajama day! This day is a favorite by all! The kids are so sweet showing odd their nighttime duds to their friends. Who doesn't love to be cozy on a Friday?!

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Pete the Cat

Pete the Cat came for a visit this morning! We love when he comes to share his stories with us. Reading is a great activity for the whole family. We encourage all of our families to have a designated reading time at home and get creative with it. Allowing the kids to act out the story or pick a different ending helps them interpret and understand the parts of a story better. Happy reading!