May 18-29 Finish up strong focusing on letters W, X, Y and Z
Music M’s. Linda wraps up music celebrating butterflies. They grow and change into caterpillars, and we as Pre-Ker’s do the same!
Chapel One of our last lessons is a parable which can be tricky to explain but these kids do a great job showing how Jesus is the vine and we are the branches!
May 11-15 Celebrate Mom Week!
Music- Follow along with Schollastic’s At Home lesson of sound and music.
Chapel- Keep singing along, but add Mom to the mix since we celebrated Mother’s Day! Think about Jesus’ Mom, Mary, now think.... if YOU were’s Jesus’ Mom what would you teach him??? Let me know
Library-I’ll keep the class book up one more week but add some writing to the mix. Check out this website that gives you writing starters that can help your child imagine then write or draw ideas that goes with their original thought. It’s what authors and illustrators do!
Gym-Missing the gym? Many of you go to the Y so Try a Hip Hop dance class To get moving. It’s on YMCA360, check it all kinds of classes.
Science-Tapping into Scholastic’At Home, consider the ladybugs unit. If in session we would be studying live ladybugs and watching them grow so check out these stories and videos and explore this cool bug world. Don’t forget to ask questions, what if, why did, when I see this... be a scientist, ask questions, find answers or ask more questions, it’s how you learn.
May 4 - 8
Music. Ms..Linda has 2 videos for you reminding us that God is bigger than all of this so smile. The other one focuses on traveling and how we move along so take a musical trip or two!
Chapel. Pastor Keith says hi and will send a video soon but don’t forget Jesus loves you, sing it out!
Library. Play the 5 senses guessing game as I read our class book aloud. Remember making your page and creating the clues? See if you can guess what’s behind everyone’s handprint!
Gym. Check out Upper Dublin Public Library’s M’s. Jessica, she’s doing yoga and a story. See if you can do the poses!
Science. Time to get outside and see how things grow. Can you plant a seed, pick some weeds, watch an animal eat some food? There are living and non-living things. If it eats or breathes air, it’s living. If it doesn’t change, it’s is non-living. Try and identify some items in your backyard. Write or draw a list of 5 things and send a pic to me and I’ll post it. I’ll give you you some examples....... grass, rock, worm, fence, garden decoration, flower. Are they LIVING or NON-LIVING??????
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