Kindergarten Logos Preschool Newsletter May 2010 Our Circle Time Circle time could include music, singing, story reading, movement, discussion and games. Here is a short list of what we have been learning during Circle Time. Songs & Rhymes - Wheels on the bus - Head shoulders knees and toes. - I love my mommy - I’m a little tea pot - Hickory Dickory Dock Games -Where did my bean bag land? -Eye spy with my eye. Discussions - What activities do I like to share with my family? Craft - Snake Materials - A cardboard egg box - Green and yellow paint - Moving eyes - Toilet paper - Glue - Construction paper - Scissors
Step 1 The teacher will divide the egg carton in an individual row with scissors. Step 2 Children will cover the empty egg box with glue and then cover it with toilet paper. Step 3 Once it is completely dry the children will paint it with green and yellow paint. Step 4 The teacher will help the children glue the moving eyes and make a tongue using the red construction paper to help to create an image of a real snake.
Let’s play “Super Market”. Each child will bring an empty box of something he/she finds in the supermarket. The teacher will convert the class room in to a supermarket so that the children will pretend to be shopping for groceries while they increase their vocabulary and speaking skills. Role-Play is a very important part of children's development. An excellent way to develop the child’s Communication, Language and Literacy skills is through role-play. Roleplay can be very cathartic as children
may wish to play through the experience, working through their own thoughts and/or fears within a safe, non-threatening environment. Children’s confidence and self-esteem can also be boosted from role-play.
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Are you wondering what kind of learning is happening in our environment? Our curriculum is developmental, hands on, sensory, and active. Our goal is to encourage a love of learning, foster curiosity, and to develop an “I’ll try” attitude in life. Our curriculum is emergent (occurring unexpectedly based on children’s interests). In the Reading Corner: When I hear a teacher reading a story… I learn to listen, exercise my imagination, to expand my vocabulary, and to appreciate the importance and enjoy the pleasures of reading books; a love for reading that will continue to grow over a lifetime.
In the Block Center: When I spend a long time working on my building... I learn to select, plan, and work constructively on a project, to sustain my attention to a task, and to feel pride in my work. In the Manipulation Center: When I look for the piece that will fit in my puzzleâ€Ś I learn to develop skill in visual perception and shape recognition, by putting parts together to make a whole. In the Art Center: When I scribble and draw with markers and crayonsâ€Ś I learn to hold and manipulate writing and drawing tools with increasing control and intention.
Published on Jun 28, 2010
Step 4 The teacher will help the children glue the moving eyes and make a tongue using the red construction paper to help to create an image...