Take a Picture Walk through our school
There sits Lucy the class Ladybug, ready for circle time. What fun learning about the calendar, counting, taking turns, naming letters, naming colors and matching opposite word pairs.
At the Ladybug sensory table, children are able to manipulate sand, splash in water, string beads, and experience many other kinds of sensory materials. The children make predictions, weigh, measure, experiment, compare and discover through diverse materials.
In Busy Bee Boulevard, one of our four year old classes, children are welcomed into the "family tree." During this class's circle time children learn about patterns, manners, letter recognition, number identification, sequence and much more.
The Busy Bees use white boards to practice writing, scribbling, drawing and copying. They're strengthening their hand muscles while writing and having fun!
Across the "street" at Froglet Freeway, these fours play/learn in the block center using fine motor skills, classifying blocks by shape/size, experimenting with balance, using their imaginations to design towers, understanding number concepts and more.
Also, in the Froglets class there is so much to learn: letters, numbers, colors, opposites, "word beats," rhyming patterns and more. We're getting ready for kindergarten, the right way, through play and discovery.
The Froglets like to listen to stories in their underwater subs.
The Busy Bees know too, the importance of book exploration for reading readiness, so they are able to page through a good book at their cozy campsite.
Let's not forget the Turtle Twos, who like to sink into a comfy chair and page through developmentally appropriate board books, just perfect for them to page through independently.