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Week of April 13th

Dear Families,

We are so excited to start our virtual learning this week. We will be having meetings via Google Meet:

Monday: 10:00-10:30 AM
Wednesday: 10:00-10:30 AM (Wear Green for Ray Spirit Day!!)
Friday: 10:00-10:30 AM

Please check your email for the invitations to these meetings.
We also recommend downloading the grid extension for google meet so that you can see all the the children at once.

If you need access to technology please email your child’s teacher and we will help connect you.

This week we will be available for office hours 1:00-2:00, Monday-Friday. We can be reached by email.

We can’t wait to virtually learn with you this week!

Ms. Bethanie & Ms. Maggie

Pre-K Plans for the Week of 4/13/20

Read Alouds/Literacy:

“Flotsam” by David Wiesner

Encourage your child to describe what’s happening in this wordless text.
Extension activity: Inspect and Collect


“A Pair of Socks” by Stuart J. Murphy

Extension activity: Fabric Counts (sorting and graphing):

Fabric Counts

Veggie Line Up:

Writing/Fine Motor:

Set up your own free account at Learning Without Tears. This account will allow you to access some of our favorite songs for learning and routines.

Name Writing:
Have your child practice writing their name. Then send us a picture by email or Dojo.


Molding Shapes

1.Trace around star cookie cutters on thin sponges and cut out the shapes.
2.Let your child dip the sponge shapes into white paint and press them on black paper to make star prints.
3.Have them sprinkle on salt or glitter while the paint is still wet, if you wish.

Gross Motor:

Movement Sticks:

Movement Sticks

“Munch, Muncha, Muncha” by Candace Fleming

To and From


When you Feel So Mad that you want to Roar Song:

“The Color Monster” by Anna Llenas

Articles and Readings:

Emotional Well-Being
How can boredom be a positive thing for my child?Boredom is a really great thing for all of us! When we’re bored, we ask, “What can I do?” For young children, this is an opportunity for them to independently explore. They learn to be curious and creative within their environment. This is wonderful for their brains and their bodies too! Ultimately, boredom is better for their development than being overscheduled.

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