The Week of Early Childhood (April 24-28th, 2017) is coming up and we want to get our whole Toddler and Preschool Community Engaged!
Each Day of this week will have a theme which we will work on in school. We want to get our parents involved by integrating these daily themes into life at home! Be sure to take pictures and upload them (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) using the hashtag #RobinsonEarlyYears ! We will present these pictures at our Family Friday!
Children develop math, language and literacy through music. On Music Monday we will sing, dance and move to the song “One Love”, as performed by Aaron Nigel Smith and the One World Chorus. Singing and dancing in the car or at home is always fun!
Health eating and fitness at home and school is essential for the development of a young child. During Tasty Tuesday students will work together to make a healthy, tasty snack. To keep their body and mind healthy they will also have a yoga class. We invite parents to cook together during Tasty Tuesday and motivate your child to eat their fruits and veggies.
Work Together Wednesday
Paying and building with blocks, Legos or any other hands-on materials gives students the opportunity to explore math and science concepts. When building with friends they are also developing social and literacy skills. In Work Together Wednesday students will collaborate and use their creativity to build a maze out of boxes. What can they build at home?
Open-ended art projects are the best for children to develop creativity, social and fine motor skills. To explore our creativity while having some fun, we will get messy and dirty during Artsy Thursday. Please send your child with a big t-shirt so they don’t get their uniform dirty. Get creative at home and make some drawings on the sidewalk with chalk.
One of the biggest and most important element in supporting the development of young children is their family members. We invite all Toddler and Preschool parents to join us on Family Friday for a morning filled with learning, fun and lots of love.