We ask that you read to your child every day.
Exposing your child to a variety of fine motor activities such as playdough, arts and crafts, scissors, and good old fashion playing in the sand helps develop their hand muscles.
Going outside to play helps their gross motor development.
Please limit children's time on electronics and watching television.
Letting children do things on their own builds confidence, self-esteem, and self-help skills.
The children are encouraged to participate in both small group and large group activities.
We expect the children to verbalize their needs.
The children are taught to treat others the way they would like to be treated. They are also taught to respect adults, peers and property.
You are welcome to send in a treat to share with the class on your child's birthday. Birthday snacks should be easy to manage and clean up; mini cupcakes, brownies, or cookies work best.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please send a note in your child's folder or email me at email@example.com.