This Week’s Learning Discoveries
This week RES Preschool Scholars were involved in a wide variety of PATTERNING and MATCHING COLOR activities aimed at developing number recognition, sequencing, and one-to-one correspondence. Preschoolers are beginning to match color, recognize, describe, reproduce, extend, create and compare repeating patterns. Young MATHEMATICIANS benefit from being involved with concrete materials (things they can touch and see) to develop pre-math skills. Please encourage your child to be on the lookout for everyday household objects to reinforce matching and patterning skills in the home setting! COLORS and PATTERNS are EVERYWHERE!
MATCHING, COUNTING, MAKING PATTERNS and SORTING BUTTONS
FIRST, PINCH and PULL paper to make autumn leaves.
SECOND, add “JUST a DOT not a lot” of glue to create an autumn tree!
PURPLE TIE DYE TEE SHIRTS
Preschoolers enjoyed participating in a school wide tie dye tee shirt activity this week. They used light and dark purple paint to transform white, bright shirts into dark and vibrant purple shirts! Each child’s shirt will be coming home soon and children are encouraged to wear their tee shirt to school!
PRESCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
The Preschoolers are excited about you inviting you to our annual RES OPEN HOUSE on Thursday, September 29th. AM session will visit the classroom from 6:00-6:30 and the PM session will visit from 6:30-7:00. During this time your child will show you projects they have been working on over the past few weeks and you will have an opportunity to tour the RES school.
We look forward to seeing you!