The toddler room has been focusing on their cognitive development skills. In this activity they practiced matching colors by finding loose parts in the room and matching their color to the corresponding bag. There were bags for green, pink, blue, red, yellow, and orange. The younger toddlers practiced saying the colors of each loose part, this was such a fun and easy way to work on recognizing colors.
Sledding with Mr.Pfeister
Yesterday we had our annual sledding with Mr. Pfeister day, thankfully this year we had a lot of snow this week, just in time! The kids had a blast being pulled around in the sleds, building snowmen, painting the snow with water colors, and having snow ball fights!
Do you want to build a snowman?
In preschool this week, the kids came up with the idea to make candy snowmen. They asked their teachers to get candy, marshmallows, and pretzels to build them. Using the frosting as "glue," they stacked their marshmallows, added faces and poked their pretzel arms in. What a wonderful way to build a snowman when mother nature hasn't given us any real snow!
January 10th, 2022
Picking up a tiny cheerio, lining the hole up with the pipe cleaner and then sliding it on. These are all things that help develop a childs fine motor skills. This was an easy to put together and fun way to get the kids to practice theirs!
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