Share Notes Week of Sept 4th

Monday 

  • No School

Tuesday 

  • Hand supplies/folder upstairs
  • Find name tags for child/folders
  • Parents escort their child downstairs
  • Hang up backpack
  • Free play time
  • Ring bell, children sit at carpet, meet SHARE Bear
  • Play “SHARE Bear says”
  • Discuss coming to school (Weekly Reader)
  • discuss Helping Hands (daily jobs)
  • explain centers and rules of the classroom
  • play outside/trike room
  • assign tables, carpet seating
  • show and explain craft of the day
  • create art hand print
  • ring bell and pick up toys
  • circle time, singing time
  • enjoy a snack
  • read a story

Wednesday

  • Hand supplies/folder upstairs
  • Find name tags for child/folders
  • Parents escort their child downstairs
  • Hang up backpack
  • Ring bell, children sit at carpet, meet SHARE Bear
  • Play “SHARE Bear says”
  • listen to a story
  • discuss Helping Hands (daily jobs)
  • explain centers and assign tables
  • play outside/trike room
  • show and explain craft of the day
  • create art hand print
  • wash hands, enjoy a snack
  • read a story

Thursday

  • learn new finger plays (Open Them, Shut Them; Two Little Apples)
  • help SHARE Bear discuss Weekly Reader, discuss body basics
  • read “Old Black Fly”, an alphabet book/participate in small group learning games
  • move to music
  • play outside or in the trike room
  • Practice our cutting
  • Construct “Time to have fun at SHARE” classroom decorations
  • Enjoy snack/conduct a milk experiment
  • Sing songs

Friday

  • learn new finger plays (Open Them, Shut Them; Two Little Apples)
  • help SHARE Bear discuss Weekly Reader, discuss body basics
  • read “Old Black Fly”, an alphabet book/participate in small group learning games
  • move to music
  • play outside or in the trike room
  • Explain craft
  • Construct “Time to have fun at SHARE” classroom decorations
  • Enjoy snack/conduct a milk experiment
  • Sing songs

***Please Note***

We have some students with nut allergies.  We are a “Nut Free” classroom. Please keep this in mind when planning your snack day.  There is an example snack list located on the Parent Communication Board, located at the top of our stair entryway.  Thank you for keeping our classroom nut free!

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