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Celebrating your child during the Week of the Young Child with Sports day, Tye-dye day, pajama day, crazy day, picnic day. Plus a prince and princess party in Pre-K.
The children did activities leading up to the 100th day of school. They counted and decorated 100 footprints and made a path leading from the front door to the Pre-Kindergarten room. Each child brought in a bag with 100 objects in it and they hypothesized which bag would weigh the most and which bag would weigh the least then they weighed them.
Children demonstrate knowledge of number order and match sets to the corresponding numerals 1-10.
Children learn to develop their pincer grasp to pick up small objects and begin to use writing tools to make purposefuls marks such as scribbles on paper.
Children learn to examine, describe, compare, and contrast the physical properties of two objects or materials by using what, when, where, why, and how. And become familiar with the properties of living things and the environment.
Families came together and shared meals with each other for lunch with their children and grandchildren.