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Toodle-loo 2022 in Pre-K 2!

Good afternoon Pre-K 2 families,

I first want to take a moment to thank you all for the very generous gifts. I feel so blessed to have the opportunity to teach your children and I am so appreciative for your support. Your children are amazing kiddos and I am looking forward to exploring more with them in the new year. 2023 here we come!


What a busy week! We had two visitors. Thank you to Mrs. Lehane for coming in to read us a story. The students were a very polite audience. Thank you also to Mrs. G for coming in to share her music with us. The children loved dancing and singing with the bells. We also did a STEM challenge using our Problem Solving Wheel. The children made a chair for Panda and a bed for Pigeon so they can have nice places to relax during our winter break.


This week at MORNING MEETING:

Weekly Stories: "Bear Stays up for Christmas" by Karma Wilson and “Santa Duck” by David Milgrim


Here's what's happening at CENTERS:

Art- gingerbread house sticker collage at the art table, decorate a cookie coloring at the easel

Blocks- wooden blocks, magnatiles with bells, trains, train track rug, wooden people

Dramatic Play- Holiday Home: tree, decorations, candle holder, cookie baking supplies, hot cocoa bar, winter holidays posters


Writing/Library- books about winter holidays, shape tracing papers, holiday cards with envelopes and stickers, and word chart

Playdough: cinnamon scented dough, cookie cutters, cookie add-ons, rollers, scissors

Math- gingerbread people size-order sensory bins


Science- we used this center to finish up our special gifts for families

Sensory Table- shredded paper, jingle bells, magnet wands, boxes, mini gingerbread man erasers


Lastly, I hope you all have a fun and healthy Winter Break. As difficult as it is with young children, try to take some time to yourselves to relax as well. As parents we need to remember to "fill our cups" too! Wishing you a joyous holiday and a happy New Year!


With gratitude,

Brenda Daday



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