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Intro to Preschool Circle Time: Calling All Beginners! (2x/Week)
In this class your child will be introduced to letters, phonics, numbers, colors, shapes and listening/speaking skills through interactive activities, songs and fun! I can't wait to meet your little learner in the classroom!
Welcome to Intro to Preschool Circle Time! Each day we will begin class by singing a welcome song with our friends. Then, we will visit the calendar where we will discuss the days of the week, months of the year, seasons, weather and practice counting. Next, your child will practice singing the alphabet song. On Tuesdays, your child will be introduced to a new letter. I will use new props and a special alphabet animal to introduce each letter to reinforce their learning and keep them...
This class will begin to teach your child- -To greet their peers by singing our welcome song. -To sing songs to remember the days of the week/months of the year. -How to identify the four seasons and use descriptive words like sunny, rainy, hot, cold, etc. to describe the weather. -Each letter of the alphabet and their cases. -How to correctly pronounce each letter sound. -Learn to recognize their name and begin to write the letters of their name. -To recognize numbers 1-10 and one-to-one correspondence up to number 31. -The colors (blue, green, purple, pink, red, orange, yellow, black, brown and white). -How to identify basic shapes (square, triangle, circle, rectangle, oval, diamond, star and heart). -Learn the proper way to hold scissors (parental involvement may be needed). -Learn how to use a small dab of glue and how to properly care for markers. -To work on listening and speaking skills.
**Please bring something to write with (pencil/marker/crayon) and something to write on (paper/dry erase board) to each class** Additional items your child may need include- * playdoh * glue * markers * colored construction paper * scissors (parental assistance may be needed) * shaving cream * small items (beans, coins, buttons, unifix cubes) of up to 20 * paper plates * cookie tray with sugar/salt to practice writing Please gather these supplies and have them handy! I will try to let everyone know the day before class if an additional item will be used, but sometimes we have extra time or I think of an extra activity based on the children's interest where I may ask for an additional item during class.
Please note that your learner will have the opportunity to learn how to use scissors in this class. We will discuss scissor safety, but it is recommended that an adult be available to assist when scissors are being used. There will also be times when we use play-doh in class. Please note that play-doh may contain wheat, which could cause an allergic reaction if ingested in those sensitive to wheat gluten or with Celiac disease.
Meet the teacher
Hi there! Welcome to my classroom! My name is Whitney and I was born and raised in beautiful Northern Michigan. I received my Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from Central Michigan University and have had the opportunity to teach in a...
$15weekly ($8 per class)
2x per week
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(4)
Completed by 13 learners
Live video meetings
3-7 learners per class