Welcome to Pre- 4S
I look forward to seeing the children on the upcoming Zoom meetings!!
TUESDAY 6/2 and Thursday 6/4 at 10, 10:30 & 11:00am
We will discuss our last theme of Moving On. Our weekly theme is Going New Places. We will continue to review our letters and numbers, Read the book: “In The Garden: Who’s Been Here” , Read Personality of the Week – Thomas Rogers, and play Clue & Tell
ABC Journal: Congratulations!!! We have finished the entire alphabet!!!!
Classroom Journal: Draw a picture of your favorite summertime activity.
Religion: Lesson #29 Remembering God
Scholastic My Big World: Splish Splash Summer
*** Check out: Nat Geo Kids – Are We There Yet?
As we make our way through this historic event I wanted to give you some potential resources and ideas as you have your child home with you.
I would suggest having your child to continue to practice writing their first and last name. Please feel free to review the letters we have already covered. Not only letter identification but the phonetic sound/s and how to write the upper and lower case version.
Make flash cards of the sight words listed on this webpage and practice them.
I realize that we want to limit screen and tv time but some academic suggestions include:
- Use the IXL (username and password that was emailed to you)
- Singing Walrus- good resource on the alphabet
- Magic School Bus
- Little Einsteins
- PBS – Molly of Denali
- Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
- Say “education” into your Xfinity voice remote for a selection of educational shows
ABC Mouse is offering free membership while schools are closed with code: SCHOOL7771
Elmwood Park Zoo has an education hub at elmwoodparkzoo.org/education/bubbys-club/
Elmwood Park Zoo also does a daily Facebook Live stream of animals
The National Park Service is offering virtual tours of different national parks.
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood offers different educational tools at http://ow.ly/x5M350yPakW
Visit the Berenstein Bears at https://www.berensteinbears.com/kids.html for educational items
Welcome to St. Helena Preschool. We look forward to working with you and your children this year!
If there is a Two Hour Delay then drop off for Pre-K students is 10:00am. There will not be a formal Car Line. Please just park your car, walk your child to the door and ring the bell.
“Tiger Time” begins at 8:00am. This is the earliest that you can drop your child off at Pre-K classroom. The cost is $7.00 per day. There is no charge if the child will be attending CARES that day.
Weather permitting, we will go outside every day! Please dress your child according to the day’s weather. Even if it is raining we may have to walk over to the “Big School” for an activity such as Music or Library.
Please check the Saint Helena School website for continued updates to the calendar.
Week of May 31, 2020
Welcome to our eighth (and final) theme: MOVING ON
In this unit, the children will reflect on the ways they have grown and changed during the year.
Objective for this week: Going New Places
Big Idea: I am ready to go to new places.
Theme Words: travel, trip, visit
Sign Language: stop, listen, focus, I Love You
Math Words: behind, left, right, position, right
Science Words: environment, iceberg
Story Words: canyons, mane, marshes, peace, prairies, shaggy, slam, world
Our letter of the week is:
Our Personality of the Week is: Thomas Rogers
Our Family of the Week is:
Clue & Tell this week: Mr. Smith!!!
In your child’s folder is their ABC Journal. If you have time during the week, your child can practice writing the letter of the week “.” They can also cut out pictures that begin with the letter “” and glue them into the journal. You can send the journal back to school in their folder. The children will then share their work with their classmates.
The children will learn to write their first and last name on their papers. We will continue to discuss the rules of the classroom and how to treat each other and learn about good manners. We learn how to bless ourselves and say the Our Father, the Hail Mary and Grace Before Meals. We will also learn the Pledge of Allegiance, Star Spangled Banner and Grand Old Flag. We will discuss the days of the week and the months of the year. We will discuss the weather and learn what a thermometer is and what causes the mercury to move up and down the thermometer!
In centers this week we will practice writing the letter “”
In Math this week the children can use position words to give directions for moving toy people or vehicles.
In Science this week the children can create tabletop environments and investigate natural materials.
Religion this week we can learn about remembering God over the summer with LESSON #29 (Remembering God)
Our sight word reader is:
Our sight words to date are: did, it, I, see, we, get, help, at, ride, on
To assist your children, you could create flash cards with our sight words on them for home.
They will come home with a copy of the Sight Word Reader on Fridays. Please have your child read this book to you. They can use these books to build their own library of Sight Word Readers!!
Monday is library, Music is on Wednesday, Wednesday or Friday is gym,
Books we will read this week: In The Garden: Who’s Been There?, On Our Street
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns at: email@example.com.
Our Home Room Parents are: Lisa Traver (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Collenn Mallozzi (email@example.com)
Calendar Dates To Remember:
June 2 and 4: Blue Table Zoom 10:00am
Red Table Zoom 10:30am
Yellow Table Zoom 11:00am