Pizza, pizza, it’s a treat.
Pizza, pizza, fun to eat.
Ooey-gooey cheese so yummy!
Crunchy crust goes in my tummy!
Time for fun!
We play all day
In the hot, hot sun.
jump in the pool.
Eat a lot of ice cream to keep cool!
Hello berries, lemonade, and heat.
Hello nothing on my feet!
We wanted to learn about Polish Airlines LOT.
So, we took a field trip to the airport!
Enjoy a spring poem “What robin told” performed by our 3 and 4 y.o. preschoolers. They’ve learned it in a snap!
This week we’re learning all about planting. We know that our onion bulbs need sun, soil, and water to grow.
First, we filled our cups with soil. Then, we poked a hole in it and popped the onion bulbs in. Finally, we tamped the soil firmly and watered a little.
From now on, we’ll be watering the onions every day and observe the changes.
Let’s hope we have a green thumb
Fruit juice is what we like,
we drink it up in one gulp!
The first days of spring is a perfect time to learn about how a seed turns into a plant or a flower, and set up a small garden inside that doesn’t need soil 😀.
That’s right, we start growing sprouts!
Sprouts are the richest source of vitamins, minerals and enzymes. The most popular and easiest seeds to sprout are alfalfa and reddish.
You may grow them in a sprouting dish or just in a jar. Just remember to rinse them every day.
Needless to say, children are much more likely to eat these “baby plants” if they have helped them grow.
“Once upon a time”- these are the magic words that open the door to every child’s world of imagination.
Stories help children to develop social skills, empathy, provide a natural exposure to language, rhythm and intonation.
We read them every day and we love every bit of our reading time!