Focus Questions:

  • Where do people and animals live?
  • What kinds of transportation do we use and why?
  • How are various modes of transportation the same and different?
  • What types of clothing/uniform do community workers wear?
  • Who operates vehicles in my community? What do they wear?

Activities:

  • Creating trains out of egg cartons, we will encourage children to build bridges out of art materials/blocks. We will build traffic signs and build roads. Children will also make a vehicle of their choice.
  • Children will create maps, paper airplanes, keys, and passports.
  • Children will learn of different forms of transportation and share any experiences they have.

Foundational Texts:

  • The Bus for Us by Suzanne Bloom
  • What Do Wheels Do All Day? By April Jones Prince
  • Whose Vehicle is This? By Sharon Katz Cooper
  • Go! Go! Go! Stop! By Charise Mericle Harper

Building Blocks: (Math)

The children will continue to identify written numerals 1-10, they will count objects to 10, and sort and classify and make patterns using different types of manipulatives. We will learn how to identify shapes by their size, corners, and formation.

Art with Ms. Jalilah

Happy New Year families!

Welcome back to school. As we continue on our art education journey, we will explore Matisse, Frida Kahlo, African art, clay and so much more! I look forward to creating with you all of my little artist in this new year.  I'll see you in either our virtual or in-person art studio! 

Ms. Jalilah 


The school day begins at 8:30am and ends at 2:00pm.

**Please have your child’s health badge ready at arrival.


During arrival & dismissal please adhere

to social distancing and keep 6ft apart.


Attendance is an important part of Pre-K. If your child is absent, please send in an absent note.

Please check to make sure your child has an extra set of seasonal appropriate clothes. Also, provide appropriate footwear for outdoor play.

All visitors entering the school must have a valid ID, the Health Screening Badge and wearing a mask to sign in with School Safety.


Many more Fun Filled activities for the month of January!

  • Jan 8th – Law Enforcement Appreciation Day!
  • Jan 13th – Crazy Hat Day!
  • Jan 18h – Martin Luther King Jr. Day (School Closed)
  • Jan 25th – Opposite Day!

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Important Dates
January 8 - Law Enforcement Appreication Day!
 January 13 - Crazy Hat Day!
January 18 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day - School Closed
 January 25 - Opposite Day!
Little Brooklyn Pre-K Center @ 219 25th Street Z108
Ms. Nicole - Special Education Teacher
 Ms. Natalie - Teacher
 Ms. Nancy - Teacher Assistant
 Ms. Madona - Teacher Assistant 

  • Parent Engagement

  • Discuss different types of transportation vehicles that people use (car, train, airplane, boat, bicycles, etc.) and why and how they use them with your children and discuss where these vehicles are used (land, air, water).
  • Numerals are all around us. Help your child notice and read numerals on common items in your home and around your community. Have your child count objects when walking to and from school or when driving in the car, this will help reinforce the mathematical skills that they are learning in school