Meet Mrs. Person Pre-kindergarten Program
During Jesus time we talked about the story of the woman who poured the expensive oil on Jesus as a tribute to Jesus and to show Him her love. We should honor Jesus through worship and following God's word. Our response to His extravagant love is our outpouring of love and life of worship. We need to continue to show others God’s love to others through kind and loving behaviors also.
“We love because He first loved us.”1 John 4:19
This week we have enjoyed playing with some new puzzles that were donated by one of our friends in the PreK fours and his family. One of the favorites was a Melissa and Doug puzzle that had amimals. Each time you placed the animal in its correct shape it made the sound of the animal. We continue to work on our names. We work on the letters in our name as well as trying to trace or write our names. We enjoyed building with some new castle building blocks along with our regular wood blocks. We had fun moving and grooving, dancing to All Around the Kitchen and Listen and Move. We also got to dance the Irish jig on Friday with some great Irish music and directions.
On Monday we painted with some green vegetables, celery, zucchini, and cucumbers. We talked about healthy eating, enjoyed smelling the delicious cucumbers, and painted with yellow, green, and blue using the vegetables instead of paint brushes. Some of our friends painted and painted until they were painting right through the paper. It was fun painting with vegetables! On Friday we glued Fruit Loops onto a rainbow. The directions were that all of the same color Fruit Loops needed to be glued inside the designated arch. All of the red , orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple fruit loops really made the rainbow look great. The best part was that everyone got to sample the Fruit Loops as well as creating our craft.
We had fun on Friday wearing our green for St. Patrick’s Day. Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Thanks to Nellie and her family we enjoyed some delicious St Patrick’s Day cupcakes and we served them onto the napkins they brought that read “Irish (ish)”.
On Thursday we again listened to stories that Mrs. Sanger read to us. She read a snow story and a Curious George story. On Friday we went to the Library. After sharing one of our cupcakes with Mrs. Feenan she read the story There was an Old Lady who Swallowed Some Green . This week at our Read Aloud Story Times we read a few Mrs. Wishy Washy books. Mrs. Wishy Washy and Mr. Wishy Washy are characters that enjoy washing dishes, meanies, and animals on their farm. They are funny books and everyone wanted to find out what was going to happen in each book, even Mrs. Wishy Washy ends up in the wash tub in one story.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend and stay safe in any inclement weather we might get.
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