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Bite Size Preschool! (Pink and the Number 4)
This one time early preschool class introduces young students to a color and number using a variety of techniques including art, dramatic play, creativity, song, movement and lots of fun!
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Remember the days of going into a big box store and getting one of those cute samples on a napkin or in those little plastic cups? Well think of this as your little, delectable sample of preschool! These "bite size" one time classes introduce your student to a preschool setting where each class focuses on a specific color and number. But that's just the base of this class! We will incorporate other preschool skills such as basic directional skills (up, down) in a social atmosphere while using...
Students will become familiar with the color pink and the number four as the oral word, "four" and also as a written number.
Former preschool and kindergartent teacher.
There will not be homework, but a bonus "pink" recipe will be included to do after class is over to extend the learning! (Always be aware of allergies and use kitchen safety when preparing a recipe.)
3 files available upon enrollment*A favorite pink item from home to show *A pink crayon/marker Ice Cream Dramatic Play: * 4 pink pieces of construction paper or tissue paper * An ice cream scoop or spoon (optional, but fun to try to balance the "ice cream" on) * A play or real bowl for students to put their "ice cream" scoops in Ice Cream Sensory Bag: (we will assemble these during class time) *Printed "Ice Cream Shoppe" PDF *Gallon size plastic bag *A clear liquid-- clear, inexpensive hair gel, or clear hand soap or shampoo or body wash, or clear aloe gel, or even water! (We will fill the bag with this so the pom poms are suspended in it and can be moved around to stack the pom poms.) *4-16 pink pom poms, or buttons..something small and round *Tape Other included printable links: * Number 4 trace worksheet * 1-8 Number Flashcards (students will need #4 for class)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
It is helpful for young students to have a parent sitting near to help with art projects and activities.
Kindergarten Teacher, Journalist, Nail Artist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
29 total reviews
57 completed classes
Hi! I've worked in an educational setting off and on for the past 15 years. I've taught Kindergarten, substitute taught grades K-12, tutored, and also taught preschool. I have a Bachelor of Science in Journalism with a Public Relations emphasis,...