Pre School Classroom

Immediate Openings!

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Immediate openings for the current school year!

 

We have spots available in our current school year! Immediate openings for the remainder of the 2022-23 school year. Call 253-777-2035 to learn more.

Thanksgiving food

November 2022

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What does it mean to be “thankful?”

 

As we gather to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, what are you thankful for? What does it mean to be thankful?

This month we will begin our study of the seven continents.

On the science shelves we will study trees and leaves. Why do leaves fall off some trees this time of year? Why do leaves change color? What happens to the tree when the leaves fall off? We will also learn all about the turkey.

Mr Bones

October 2022

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Welcome Mr. Bones!

 

Our areas of study this month will be our skeletal system, pumpkins, and what to do in a fire emergency. Thank you, Chief Waters, for visiting us and conducting our fire drill.

Garden Planning 2022

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We have begun planning our garden. The children will begin construction of the planter boxes in the near future. When asked what they would like to grow. The reply was a resounding, “All of it, strawberries, blueberries, pineapple, everything we can eat, and some yellow flowers to give my mom.”

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February 2022

We are enjoying learning about the Arctic and, Antarctica. We will continue our studies of both these amazing places this month.

Safety Guidelines in 2022

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What’s New: We will continue to follow Covid-19 health and safety guidelines.

January 2022

Pack your warm coat. We are off to Antarctica! Are Antarctica and the Arctic the same place? Our areas of study will be penguins, polar bears, and animals in winter. Migrate, hibernate or adapt who does what and why?

Holiday Travel

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What’s new: If you are traveling for the holiday by train, boat, or plane, please review and follow the Covid-19 health policy prior to returning to school in January. Thank you.

December 2021

We would like to wish our families, friends, and community a peaceful holiday season. This month we will learn how different families celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanza. Our practical Life shelves have lots of new fine motor activities. We are learning about the different animals that live in the United States.

What’s new: If you are traveling for the holiday by train, boat, or plane, please review and follow the Covid-19 health policy prior to returning to school in January. Thank you.

November 2021

What does it mean to be “thankful?”

This month we will begin our journey around the world. Our first stop, the continent of North America. “But I live in Gig Harbor, how can I live in two places.” Using Me on the Map we will learn how this is possible. On the science shelves, we learn about squirrels and continue our study of trees and leaves. Why do leaves change color? Do all trees lose their leaves or needles?

What’s new: This month we are working with non-profits in our area to collect pet supplies. All items will be distributed to families with pets that need a little help. The goal is to keep pets with their children and families. Donations of pet food, bowls, toys leashes, and coats are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your kindness.