Posted by: Ms. Bryana-Preschool Lead | March 7, 2019

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Today the toddlers had fun by getting the chance to get their hand dirty and make homemade playdough. In doing this they are working those fine motors skills and getting a chance to feel like they are important and have fun. -Mr. Alfredo

Posted by: Ms. Bryana-Preschool Lead | February 28, 2019

This Week

Today we brought out the puppets and explored ways to express our emotions and tell stories. Puppets Can Help Develop Language and Communication. Puppet theatres are important because they provide a safe place behind the curtain or in a contained space—and most children find them less intimidating for performing plays or acting our emotions. Puppets offer children an engaging way to interact and explore their knowledge and understanding of the world
Ms. Bry, Preschool Lead

Posted by: Ms. Bryana-Preschool Lead | February 21, 2019

This Week

Today we worked on being able to manipulate some of our new science tools and use them properly. Using these tongs to safely move the test tubes in the rack is a great fine motor skill, where children also work on hand eye coordination and patience.
Some of the children also used the droppers to experiment with color and what adding water or drops of different colors did to their mixtures.
“Education is a natural process carried out by the child and is not acquired by listening to words but by experiences in the environment” (Dr. Maria Montessori)
Ms. Bry, Preschool Lead

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