Here are some tips that will help you monitor and guide your child’s TV viewing:
· Think about your child’s age and choose the types of things that you want him to see, learn and imitate.
· Look for TV shows that teach your child something.
· Hold his/her interest
· Encourage him/her to listen and question.
· Help him/her learn more words.
· Make him/her feel good about himself
· Introduce him/her to new ideas and concepts
-Helping Your Preschool Child
Pre K Newsletter
March 18, 2016
Spring is just around the corner and apparently so is some snow! Don’t worry; it shouldn’t last long this time of year J
Don’t forget that parent teacher conferences are coming up. I am looking forward to meeting with you again.
What a messy week we have had. Ooblick with Ms. Stevens, paint with Ms. Dunn and I, and the shaving cream center. What a lot of cleaning we have been doing in here! Oh well, isn’t this what Pre K is all about?
Speaking of centers, I hate to ask, but we are running out of a few supplies. If you would like to make a donation it would be greatly appreciated:
Dry erase markers
We had a lot of fun reading The Gunnywolf. I hope you enjoyed the illustrations they made showing what the book was about (maybe with a few extra details added in for some!) We will continue to read a book for a week and at the end of the week we will illustrate what the book was about. Next week will be The Three Billy Goats Gruff.
Here are a few upcoming dates:
March 21st: Book fair continues
March 23rd: Evening conferences
March 24th: Afternoon conferences
March 25th: No School (Staff In-service)
March 25th: PTC Easter egg Hunt
March 29th: School Spirit Day
Have a wonderful weekend.
Pre K and Title 1 Teacher