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See everyone there and have a WONDERFUL Mother’s Day!

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We had some snow days in February, and on this make up day we read The Yellow Tutu by Kirsten Bramsen. This book was perfect for our emotions month and follows the imagination and courage of one little girl and her yellowtutu. We loved wearing our own tutus and acting out the emotions portrayed in the book. Have a look!

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Just catching up on my reading =)

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Preliteracy skills like turning pages and pointing/ naming objects are important foundational reading skills. It’s never too early to start reading. Pick up a book today!

 

Here are some websites to get you started:

Information:

http://www.bpcsd.org/Community/ParentCorner/Pdf/preschoolspring.pdf

http://libraries.idaho.gov/files/Six-Early-Literacy-SkillsPresent.pdf

Activities:

http://www.prekinders.com/literacy-page/

http://earlyliteracycounts.blogspot.com/2010/08/50-literacy-activities-for-babies.html

http://www.kdl.org/kids/go/pgr_development_activities

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Who’s Ready for some Hockey!?.

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Trick or Treat!

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Pumpkin Playdough!

Our preschool group made Pumpkin Playdough today! They had a blast using their hands to explore different textures while identifying colors, working as a group and taking turns! Great work today friends!

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