Learning About The Human Body
Painting A World Map And Learning About Animals From Around The World
Making A Fish Kite
Celebrating Thanksgiving Time
Dinosaur Sensory Bin Play
All About Me
Every preschooler loves to show off what they can do! They will explore name activities, five senses, and all about me activities. Fun science projects with their five senses!
Leaves are falling all-around: red, yellow, orange and brown. What else is happening in the world around us during this time of year? Math, science and autumn crafts are used to explore different aspects of fall.
Colors: Black, Orange
Transportation and Community Helpers
Who are the important people in our community? Preschoolers will explore who are some of the important people in our community and how they help us! Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year. It is a time for pilgrims, turkeys, family and friends but most importantly it is a time for giving thanks! Preschoolers will learn what they are thankful for.
Colors: Brown, Grey
Bright lights, fun foods, singing songs and making Christmas crafts...December is such an exciting time of the year for preschoolers to celebrate family traditions from around the world!
What to do on a snowy day? Preschoolers will discover the fun of a snowy day but also learn what type of animals live in cold climates.
Colors: Blue, White
There are all kinds of “things” living in the rainforest! Preschoolers will have an exciting adventure discovering the rainforest and some other surprises! What do you think they will find on their rainforest adventures?!
Spring time and Bugs
Bugs a plenty, bugs galore! The world is full of bugs. Preschoolers will explore spring time and the world of creepy crawlers, the fascinating fliers, and beautiful butterflies!
Earth and Weather
Preschoolers will have lots of imangination as a meteorologist this month! Lots of sensory activities and science experiments!! They will also enjoy earth- related activities and learning the importance of keeping our earth clean.
Shapes: Oval, Moon
What can you find in a garden? Preschoolers will explore some of the different aspects of the garden: wiggling worms, sprouting seeds, blooming flowers, growing fruits and vegetables and of course mud!
Letters: A-Z (Review)
Numbers: 0-15 (Review)
Shapes: All shapes
We use the Mailbox Curriculum for our program. Trusted by educators for over thirty years. Visit the website to learn more!! http://www.theeducationcenter.com/