• Mrs. Michelle Moles & Ms. Stephanie Boisvert's PreK Class News

    During this month will focus on real and make-believe.  This theme is designed to help the children explore four well-known stories, while at the same time comparing them to what might really happen.  Some of the stories we will read this month are The Three Little Pigs, Goldilocks & the Three Bears, The Little Red Hen and Cinderella.

     

    Many young children are often confused about what is real and what they imagine. Their imaginations are growing, and they often change what happens in their lives to match what they wish had happened. Using one's imagination is important to the long-term ability to deal with events that will be experienced throughout one's life. Encourage your child's creativity and imagination by listening to the stories he/she tells and reading books each evening. We will talk about the following topics in the classroom this month:

    • Fairy tales
    • Distinguishing things that are real from things that are make believe
    • Day and Night

     

    The colors of the month:   Black, Pink and Gold

    Shapes: Triangle & Rectangle

    Letters: Hh, Tt, Cc

     

    We love our families to participate in our program and monthly themes. Your participation helps your child feel important and valued. Please check out the list below for activities you can do at home this month. 

    *Find objects that begin with Hh, Tt, or Cc and send to school for us to share.

    *Find objects that have triangles and rectangles and send to school for us to share.

    *Find objects that are black, pink and/or gold and send to school for us to share.

    *Send in any fairy tale books for your child to share.

     

    Activities for you to do daily.

    • Read to your child every day.
    • Point out letters you see in the environment. (i.e. P at the beginning of Publix, T at the beginning of Target, W at the beginning of Walmart, etc.)
    • Discuss the colors and shapes you see in the environment. Nature walks are full of shapes and colors.
    • When talking to your child, try to use as many adjectives as you can to encourage vocabulary and sentence structure.
    • Encourage your child to sort common household items by color, shape and size.

     

    Please explore the web pages I have put together on the left hand side of this website.  Here are short descriptions of what these pages contain.

    Teacher Homepage-This page!  This is the page you will come to first. I will post important announcements here and keep you updated about our monthly themes.

    Meet the Teacher-Just a little information about me.

    Supplies-Our PreK "must have" supplies and wish list.

    Contact Information-A quick way to find my email address and phone number.

     

    Per district policy your child will be required to have and wear a face covering when socially distancing is not possible.  Please put an extra one or two in your child's backpack in case the one they are wearing becomes soiled during the day.  

     

    Thank you so much for all you do,

    Mrs. Michelle Moles and Ms. Stephanie Boisvert