04/08/20

04/08/20

Dear Panda families,

It’s starting to look like spring outside. Have you noticed any green leaves starting to sprout from the ground? We are hoping you get to go outside and explore with your families a little bit this week. We miss you and love you!


Xoxo,

Jenny, Tracey, Sue, and Maria


1) Click on the link below to find some great ideas to make letter formation fun with things you have at home. It can be as easy as tracing your letters with your fingers in some spilled flour on the kitchen counter.

 https://earlylearningideas.com/salt-tray/


2) Counting your toys and snacks can be really fun and is so good for your brain!

Keep up that one to one correspondence counting with everyday items.

  1. https://frugalfun4boys.com/preschool-activity-sorting-counting-graphing

  2. https://www.icanteachmychild.com/animal-cracker-counting-and-one-to-one-correspondence-practice

3) Are you ready to build? Find something in your house; plastic egg halves, plastic cups, or stacking toys, and see how high you can stack them before they fall! How tall can you make your tower? Can you count all of the items? Can you create a pattern tower? 

https://productivepete.com/easter-egg-stacking-activity/

https://preschoolsteam.com/steam-activities-for-preschoolers-stacking-cups/


4) Here’s a fun sensory activity. Do you have lots of bubble wrap from packages being sent to your house lately? If you have some in your house (please do not go out and buy any), tape it down on a table and see if you can pop it with your fingers. It can be hard to pop. Try putting it on the floor and popping it with your feet. You might want to do this one outside!

https://teachingmama.org/bubble-wrap-fun/

VIDEOS

Book reading by Maria: Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes
Yoga with Sue: Yoga with Sue
Jenny singing a song: Jenny Singing Wheels on the Bus

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