Storytime: I Hope You Dance • Science: piece of our heart experiment
• Math: pom pom blizzard fun • Music: “Little by Little”
• Art: my last hoorah art • Sharing: children’s choice
MY FAMILY TREE – Week One (May 7th-11th)
• Storytime: The Giving Tree • Science: feed the baby bird activity
• Math: flannel board tree building • Music: “Five Colorful Kites”
• Art: cherry blossom art • Sharing: a photo of your family
BUGS GALORE – Week Two & Three (May 15th-25th)
• Storytime: The Grouchy Ladybug • Science: ladybug lifecycle wheel
• Math: caterpillar counting • Music: “Baby Bumble Bee”
• Art: ladybug spot art • Sharing: a bug (alive or plastic)
DISCOVERING SUMMER – Week Four (May 29th-June 1st)
• Storytime: Ten Busy Bees • Science: making popsicles
• Math: sidewalk number pointing • Music: “I am a Promise”
• Art: ice pop art • Sharing: something yellow like the sun
Monthly Religious Theme:
Do to others as you would have them do to you
Did You Know?
Developing predictable routines helps your children grow in independence and cooperation. Kids cooperate in school because they know what is expected of them. They follow essentially the same routines each school day so they quickly learn what they are supposed to be doing and need very few reminders. The more parents can use these strategies at home, the more likely the children are to react in a cooperative and independent manner. Decide on a few routines and stick to them. Everyone gets dressed before breakfast. When we come in from outside we wash our hands. No bedtime stories until all kids are in their pajamas. Eventually, following these “house rules” will become second nature to your child and you will notice an increase in self-confidence and independence!
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