It's Time for Spring! Preschool Storytime with Wanda the Letter Fairy
In this one-time class we will talk about spring, read a story together about Wanda the Letter Fairy, learn the letters A, B, C, and color a fairy picture at the end. You can dress up as a fairy if you want!
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In this preschool storytime class, students will join Wanda the Letter Fairy as we review the letters of the alphabet by singing the ABC song, learn about the season, spring, and listen to story time. We will read an original story that I have created through interactive, colorful slides, answer questions, and talk about the story. We will sing fun songs, practice counting, and do some fun, spring-themed activities. Students will get to color their own fairy pictures, and we will have show...
Students will: --review the letters of the alphabet --learn about the season: spring --listen to story time and answer questions about the story --practice counting --color a picture of a fairy
2 files available upon enrollmentPlease print the fairy coloring page and Letter Match worksheet I will send you upon enrollment and bring it with you to class along with paper and crayons/markers so we can color our fairies together 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.
Note about the mute/unmute settings: Since this is a class for young learners, I will be using the mute/unmute button during class so that everyone can hear me and so that everyone gets a chance to speak in class. Before class, it would be helpful to either teach your child how to mute/unmute, have an adult nearby to mute/unmute for your child, or to change the settings so that the teacher can control the mute/unmute settings for your child.
Elizabeth KingCultivating a love for reading and writing through imaginative storytime and interactive learning!
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Hello, I'm Elizabeth, and I love stories! In my classes, I will use my love of storytelling and my creative writing expertise to teach pre-reading and pre-writing skills to young children. I have a Bachelor's degree in Creative Writing from Bob...