Misha and Henry have been having a great time playing airplanes together. Yoga class is a fun way to introduce children to relaxation and meditation through the use of muscular relaxation and breath awareness. We use this log in the event of emergencies and record keeping. The month of January flew by. We use these particular toys at the lowest volume the toy offers. With that in mind please make sure that your child has hats and gloves just in case it does warm up enough for the classes to enjoy some outdoor time. They are hanging up in the classroom so be sure to check them out! February will be a month of exploring emotions.
We did a lot of really fun, hands-on art projects as well. During this theme of emotions we will focus on how we feel and why. We also learned that we use our five sense everyday. I hope you have a wonderful month! Colin is always on the move and likes to wait for the door to open so he can try to explore the hallway. Offer books when she is looking for something to do.
When can I read with my baby? What a busy month our class just had. Zoey will stand by the door and wait for it to open so she can blow kisses to every visitor. We are going to continue with new weekly treasure hunts involving numbers, letters, colors and shapes. You can make snowmen like we did by using materials you find around the house to create them. Hopefully the arctic temperatures will be long gone though. It is coming up quickly — just wanted you to be prepared! Most of the infant rattles measured between 55-70 decibels there was background noise as well as being held only a couple inches away from my cell phone speaker. It got me thinking about what decibel levels are safe for the infants in my classroom, so I did some research on it and wish to share it with you.
It was an exciting month full of learning and exploration. Examples of noises that are approximately 80 decibel levels include the noise in a restaurant or city street traffic. We have lots of fun red and heart themed projects coming up. You and your child can watch as the color changes and spreads into the snow. Preschool Newsletter Hello Parents and families. Pre-K Newsletter I hope everyone has been enjoying 2014 so far! I hope this is sparking interesting conversations and explorations at home also! Mothers, fathers, grandparents and even older brothers and sisters - can help babies learn to love reading by reading to them.
I know the PreK class sure has. I wanted to see what kinds of decibels we had in our classroom, so I found a free App for my phone. Keep an eye open for those days posted on the parent board along with many others. He counted all his fingers as well as all his toes. Unfortunately I think we all know either way, Winter is here for awhile still. We also discussed hibernation and made our own caves.
Our beautiful artwork and festive room are proof of that. Next month we will be switching to a St. After a nap and before going to bed are two popular times. If you find you have battery-operated toys that are too loud, you can put tape over the speaker to cut down the sound it produces. Other infant toys that were mentioned as especially susceptible to causing hearing damage are toy telephones and musical toys.
Kamden told us if he were a snowman, he would eat hot chocolate. If you have the opportunity to take time this month to do Valentine crafts or build a snowman at home please share that weith us so we can discuss it in class. What books can I share with my baby? We look forward to a great start to your child's day care experiences and are available to assist with their transition in way needed. We will re-open on Tuesday May 28, 2019! These are often too loud as they are held in direct contact with the ear. A huge welcome to new families in Baby Room! Babies enjoy movements and show their increasing skills and physical abilities.
Toddler 1 Newsletter We hope everyone had a safe and fun Holiday Season and that 2014 is off to a good start! This month we have two new families - baby girl Lou and her mum and dad Maud and Markus and baby Violetta with mam and dad Belle and Dario. Even though we enjoy playing in the snow, we are eager for it to warm up so we can get outside everyday! For many babies, that happens around 4-6 month of age. Let your baby touch, too. Some babies are just busy learning other things. Another great addition to the sensory table was ice! Some fun activities might include; Library Bingo played just like regular Bingo using library related words , making fun and fanciful bookmarks, create a new cover for one of your families favorite stories, or you can even use Alpha-bits cereal to illustrate the story Chicka, Chicka, Boom, Boom. Cole showed the class how clever he is. Ryan has been enjoying playing in the sensory table.