Fun With Fire Trucks and Counting
In this class we will find things that begin with F as we explore a fire station virtually.
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Hi! Do you love fire trucks, like me? Do you want to learn about numbers and the letter F? Come join me in this one time class to explore the letter F through fun with fire trucks and counting to four and five. We will begin with a song about letter F and discuss things that we might FIND at the fire station that begin with F. We will then take a virtual tour of a fire station and review fire safety. Afterwards we will discuss what we learned about fire safety and what we saw that began...
In this class your child will practice counting and learning about the sound of letter F as they sing and explore a fire station virtually with me. "What can we hear and see that starts with F? Let's count the fire trucks." Your child will also complete a fire truck counting book with me at the end of class to share at home with you.
1 file available upon enrollmentLove of fire trucks Paper and crayons if time permits to draw at the end of 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.
Amy LeBoutillier Woldt
Mrs. Amy Woldt "Former Preschool and Kindergarten Teacher"
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
13 total reviews
30 completed classes
Hello.. I am Amy Woldt. I have a Bachelor's of Science in Education with a Major in Early Childhood with certification in ESL and Gifted and Talented. I have taught kindergarten and preschoolers for the past 29 years. During this time I worked...