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Welcome to Pre-K-1  

 

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Mia Roberts is our Social Worker, she comes to our school every other week.

Her cell number is 1-646-203-2664 if you need her assistance.

IMPORTANT INFO BELOW

Grab and Go meals!

All families can visit their nearest NYC DOE school to pick up grab-and-go breakfast starting at 7:30 AM and lunch starting at 11:30AM. Families can find their nearest school by visiting https://www.nycenet.edu/schoolsearch or calling 311.

Remote Learning Information

 

ATTENDANCE ROUTINE!

Attendance will be taken through classdojo each morning.  I will post a picture and you will need to like that photo between 9 and 10 am.  If you do not like the photo between that time your child will be marked absent for the day. 

Weekly Activities will be on google Classroom-

If you are having trouble logging in or are not sure what to do-email me clucas@scsgtl.org or on classdojo!


Pre-K  Unit 7

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Essential Question:
What does water do?

Focus Questions:

 

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What happens to water when it changes
temperature?

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 How does water help us?

   

 

 

 

 

 

Transportation Unit

Posted on February 2, 2020

We used the blocks to make bridges and roads for all types of vehicles.  

In the ABC center we used cars with Capitol letters and parked them on a mat to match their lower case partner.  We also made trucks by matching capital and lower case.

We used monster trucks in the sand to make tracks and we experimented with objects to see what sinks and what floats.  Then we added bears to boats to see how many it would hold before it sank.

Reading Center

    

Math Center- we counted wheels on trucks, used tens frames to count cars and shapes to make vehicles.

We used shapes again on the smart board to make vehicles and then used them to create our own vehicle!

 

The the engineering center we used different building material to create vehicles and we learned about gears and how they move!

Dramatic Play we took turns driving the car and later dressed up as different community helpers.

 

 

Where We Live

Posted on January 6, 2020

In December our Unit of Study was Where We Live.  We learned about our city and how big it is, we also learned more about out neighborhood.  We observed the many types of homes that people and animals live.

In the block center we built a city like NYC and we made zoos for the animals to live.

In the Math center we put together puzzles in number order, counted groups of objects and matched them to their numeral.  We also used cubes as people and counted how many would fit into each of the homes.

We used play-dough and toothpicks to build 3d buildings…this was really challenging.

After reading the story of The 3 little pigs and the not so bad wolf, we re-built there houses to retell the story.  Then we retold the story and tried to blow the houses down!

 

Our favorite activity was trying to build a tree using green cups. we measured them to see how tall we could build it before it falls.  Dorwens on the last day built the tallest one at 59 1/2 inches!

 

 

My Five Senses

Posted on November 3, 2019

We spent October exploring our environment uses our senses.  We learned about apples, leaves and pumpkins and played games to identify smells and sounds.  We learned about preparing a healthy plate of food using the food groups.  

Getting to Know our Pre-k Classroom

Posted on September 30, 2019

We have spent our past unit learning about ourselves, our friends, our school and our feelings.  We have learned how to navigate through our class during center time and knowing the flow of our day.  We are becoming more independent and most of us can make our own cots and serve our food at meals.  

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