Category Archive: Pre-K 4 Lee

Feb 02

The Good News about Pre-K for the Week of February 2, 2015

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Last week we learned many facts about polar animals. We learned the names and characteristics of the animals and found out if they lived in the Arctic or Antarctica. Last week was also busy with Catholic Schools Week activities. We enjoyed playing bingo with the older kids, wearing our pajamas, and going to the super hero dance. …

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Jan 25

The Good News about Pre-K for the Week of January 26, 2015

Last week we continued our winter activities by making paper snowmen and by painting “Snowy Day” pictures. We also learned about bears and hibernation. We compared real bears and fairytale bears, as we read different versions of “The Three Bears.”  The children enjoyed the teddy bear show and tell on Friday. They each had a turn to …

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Jan 17

The Good News about Pre-K for the Week of January 19, 2015

Last week we continued our winter activities. We read the story “Snow” by Cynthia Rylant and made snowflakes. We talked about what we like to do in the snow. We also read “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats and painted “snowy” pictures. We enjoyed playing with real snow in our sensory table, and we did …

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Jan 10

The Good News about Pre-K for the Week of January 12, 2015

Last week we sang songs and read stories about winter. We compared the story of “The Mitten” with the story of “The Umbrella.” We talked about pairs and we made matching mittens. We also compared, sorted, and graphed our own gloves and mittens by different characteristics. I hope you all stayed safe and warm in the …

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Jan 04

The Good News about Pre-K for the Week of January 5, 2015

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Welcome back! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday break! We will begin the year by doing winter related activities and reviewing letters and numbers. Have a great week!   Here are some photos of our Christmas party. We had a good time playing games and doing activities. Thank you to Gianna’s Mom, Nicholas’s Mom, Xavier’s Mom, and Matthew’s …

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