January, 2020

Kate Case

Happy Friday everyone!!

I can’t believe that January is almost over. Time is just flying by!! This week all of our lessons were about celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We read some incredible books that really explained who he was on their level. They learned about segregation, they listened to his I Have A Dream speech, learned who Rosa Parks was, and learned about freedom marches and sit-ins. Ms.Amanda had some awesome crafts that went along with each lesson of the day! It was a fantastic week!!!

Our brand new friend is working on the knobbed cylinders. This material is designed to assist children in making distinctions in their immediate environment. This material primarily engages the senses of touch and sight. 
When working on the Nine Tray the child will have a better understanding of the decimal system. They will also become familiar with the names and relative sizes of the categories. 
Ms. Amanda is working with one of our friends on one of our continent maps. I love these maps because it teaches the child the different countries in each continent. It also is a great work for them to gain fine motor skills, focus, and concentration.  
This cutie is working on the binomial cube. The purpose of the material is less focused on the complex mathematics behind the material, and rather is to provide a challenge for a child’s ability to find patterns and relationships between the blocks. 


Please check out the sign up I sent out yesterday about the valentines day party!!

We love to go outside, so please remember to have your kiddo always come prepared for outside!!

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