ANNOUNCEMENTS


Dear Families, Welcome to Unit 2: Exploring our five senses


Students will investigate their five senses by exploring the everyday things around them. Students will engage in activities where they are to make predictions using their senses. These predictions will describe what they feel, hear and smell in order to describe. Students will continue to work together as they explore.

THEMES & ACTIVITIES


Explore Unit: My Five Senses 

Focus Question: How do I use my five senses (sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch) to explore, investigate and understand the world around us?


In the next few weeks, we will be experimenting different textures, sounds, smells and the taste of numerous things. Students will focus on the different objects they see as they take a stroll for a sight walk and the things they hear as they go on a listening walk. Various projects at school will enable children to use and recognize their senses they are used on a daily basis. 


Building Blocks (Math) 

We will continue to work on counting to 10 with understanding and counting objects. We will learn and identify groups of up to 5 items, participate in rhythmic patterns and quickly recognize the number of objects in small groups. 




TIP FOR PARENTS


Continue to read to your child daily as it makes a warm and loving time for you the two of you. Build your child's vocabulary by speaking about interesting words and objects.

REMINDERS


  • The school day begins at 8:10am and ends at 2:30pm.

**Doors open for Early Drop-Off at 7:40am

**Doors will open for dismissal at 2:20pm

  • Attendance is an important part of Pre-K. If your child is absent, please send in an absent note.
  • Please check your child’s folder daily for important notes from both the teachers and the school.
  • Please send in any missing documents/supplies.

  • All visitors entering the school must have a valid ID and proceed to the main office
  • October 6th Parents as learning partners!

Please join us! Visit your child’s classroom and

partake in classroom activities from 8:10-9:00am

  • Monday October 9th, No school in honor of

Columbus Day

  • October 31st is Costume Day – Please join us for a parade around the neighborhood. Details to follow.



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    • Wacky Wednesday in Pre-K 205 began with a shoe on the wall. The teddy bears, puppets, Z, the block center animals and Pete the cat were hanging from the window shades, the walls, the promethean board, and the strings. Our centers were all mixed up and in the wrong places all around the classroom. Parents signed in with a feather duster and we found a refrigerator, a microwave and a cupboard in the library center and a gorilla on the timer. The children drew pictures under the table. Today was definitely a "WACKY WEDNESDAY" in Pre-K
      Wacky Wednesday in Pre-K 205 began with a shoe on the wall. The teddy bears, puppets, Z, the block center animals and Pete the cat were hanging from the window shades, the walls, the promethean board, and the strings. Our centers were all mixed up and in the wrong places all around the classroom. Parents signed in with a feather duster and we found a refrigerator, a microwave and a cupboard in the library center and a gorilla on the timer. The children drew pictures under the table. Today was definitely a "WACKY WEDNESDAY" in Pre-K
    • Wacky Wednesday in Pre-K 205 was full of fun and crazy wackiness. Children wore two different color shoes, T-Shirts full of stickers, thy wore their clothing inside out and backwards, we had a goggle wearing cowboy, spidergirl, a green hair boy with stickers all over his shirt, a spiked hair boy with stickers on his shirt, girls wearing skirts with pants, with polka dots, stripes, flowers and lace.
      Wacky Wednesday in Pre-K 205 was full of fun and crazy wackiness. Children wore two different color shoes, T-Shirts full of stickers, thy wore their clothing inside out and backwards, we had a goggle wearing cowboy, spidergirl, a green hair boy with stickers all over his shirt, a spiked hair boy with stickers on his shirt, girls wearing skirts with pants, with polka dots, stripes, flowers and lace.
    • Wacky Wednesday in Pre-K 205 was full of fun and crazy wackiness. Children wore two different color shoes, T-Shirts full of stickers, thy wore their clothing inside out and backwards, we had a goggle wearing cowboy, spidergirl, a green hair boy with stickers all over his shirt, a spiked hair boy with stickers on his shirt, girls wearing skirts with pants, with polka dots, stripes, flowers and lace.
      Wacky Wednesday in Pre-K 205 was full of fun and crazy wackiness. Children wore two different color shoes, T-Shirts full of stickers, thy wore their clothing inside out and backwards, we had a goggle wearing cowboy, spidergirl, a green hair boy with stickers all over his shirt, a spiked hair boy with stickers on his shirt, girls wearing skirts with pants, with polka dots, stripes, flowers and lace.
    Wacky Wednesday in Pre-K 205 began with a shoe on the wall. The teddy bears, puppets, Z, the block center animals and Pete the cat were hanging from the window shades, the walls, the promethean board, and the strings. Our centers were all mixed up and in the wrong places all around the classroom. Parents signed in with a feather duster and we found a refrigerator, a microwave and a cupboard in the library center and a gorilla on the timer. The children drew pictures under the table. Today was definitely a "WACKY WEDNESDAY" in Pre-K
    Wacky Wednesday in Pre-K 205 began with a shoe on the wall. The teddy bears, puppets, Z, the block center animals and Pete the cat were hanging from the window shades, the walls, the promethean board, and the strings. Our centers were all mixed up and in the wrong places all around the classroom. Parents signed in with a feather duster and we found a refrigerator, a microwave and a cupboard in the library center and a gorilla on the timer. The children drew pictures under the table. Today was definitely a "WACKY WEDNESDAY" in Pre-K
     
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    25th STREET
    October 6  
    Parents as Learning Partners
    8:10 am -  9:00 am
    October 9
    Columbus Day
    School closed
    October 31
    Costume Day
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    Brooklyn NY 11232
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    Natalie Morales
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    Assistant Teacher - Class 103
    Jennifer Cruz 
    Teacher- Class 106
    Ashley Hendrickson
    Assistant Teacher - Class 106
    Michelle Sarante 
    Teacher- Class 202
    Carole Bruno
    Assistant Teacher- Class 202
    Jennes Brown
    Teacher- Class 205
    Yasmine Farchakh
    Assistant Teacher- Class 106
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    Visual Arts Teacher
    Teresa Valerio
    Dance/ Movement Teacher