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JDaniel officially started school this week. He loves it. In fact he told me he doesn’t need his worry rock. He doesn’t seem to have a worry about school. He couldn’t wait to go back today.
In the story Maisy Goes to Preschool by Lucy Cousins Maisy loves preschool too. She walks the reader through her day.
She hangs up her coat, paints a beautiful picture, has a wonderful snack, uses the restroom (and washes her hands), has story time, takes a nap, has music class, and recess.
Maisy has a really busy day. She must be in full day preschool due to the fact she takes a nap.
JDaniel had a busy first day. He had Spanish and music classes along with his regular routine. On Thursday he went to the science room. He is only in school for three hours. I am not sure how they fit it all in.
What did we do?
Review of Letters of the Month
I made a flip chute for a guest post on making flip chutes called Strategies for Learning: Creating a Flip Chute Learning Tool I did earlier this week on Simply Stacie. I put together flip chute cards to review the letters of the month in JDaniel’s class. They are L, E, and F. Jdaniel looks at the picture and tells me the initial sound of the word. Then he puts the card in the flip chute and the initial letter appears of the card.
He really like using the flip chute. We will be using it again for other skills.
JDaniel drew his teachers’ heads with all kinds of spirals around them. I am not sure why.