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Welcome to Boulder Creek's Amanacer Preschool Classrooms!. We are excited to have your child in our 2012-2013 program!. Did you Know? • 90% of a child’s critical brain development happens before Kindergarten.
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We are excited to have your child in our 2012-2013 program!
•90% of a child’s critical brain development happens before Kindergarten.
•Vocabulary levels at ages 3 and 4 correspond with reading comprehension levels at 9 and 10.
Every $1 invested in Early Childhood returns $16 in decreased government spending, reduced crime-related costs and increased individual earnings! That rate of return is higher than the return investments in the stock market even in normal times!
We have tuition spots available for students in the AM and PM programs! Ask Mrs. Stockton or Mrs. Rogers about starting your child or a refer a friend to our program! You can also call the preschool office at 480-497-3461.
AM Class starts at 8:45
and ends at 11:15.
PM Class starts at 12:00
and ends at 2:30.
* A LARGE, regular size backpack so we
can fit large art projects inside
* a change of clothes (extra underwear,
shirt, pants and socks)
* diapering supplies, ( diapers, wipes,etc.)
* A large package of napkins, a package of 5 oz. cups for
snack or paper towels.
* Any information pages that you didn't get signed tonight!
First we enjoy our preschool playground where we socialize, practice our gross motor skills and just have fun!
Please "ooh and ahhh" over your child's art work! It's a great way to help him start up a conversation about his school day.
*learning of correct letter formation
*hand strength and fine motor control
*counting skills as we count our stickers on the back
*learning to do "seat work" for a very short time
important part of
our day! We learn...
*self direction and
through exploration of various toys and manipulatives
*to feel and show responsibility for our classroom
*to each take a turn to use the restroom
*social skills--sharing, learning to avoid and resolve
conflict, playing cooperatively, maintaining friendships,
learning to have empathy
*to develop listening skills
*to follow directions
*to focus our attention
*to share the limelight
*to speak in front of a group
*to recognize rhymes
*to recognize letters and sounds
*to understand the calendar and numbers
*to enjoy and participate in music and movement
*to raise our hand when we want a turn
* socializing with our friends
* waiting patiently for our turn
* raising our hand to ask for snack
* using our "magic" words like "please" and "thank you."
* using "all" of our words to request snack--"I want _____,
please Mrs. Rogers ."
* Learning to ask questions--"May I have ____, please?"
* counting our gummies or crackers
*book awareness *focusing attention
*listening skills *phonological awareness
*vocabulary *love of reading
Birdies, birdies fly away, it's time to change centers!"
During centers, the children work in small groups and practice...
*math and logical thinking skills
*phonological awareness skills
*listening and speaking
*fine motor skills
*color and form w/art
* Please have your child bring only
one item to share.
*You can practice with your child to
help him answer questions like
"How big, what color, soft or hard
animal or vehicle, etc?
* Help your child understand that show and
tell is a secret! Don't tell his friends!
*This is a great time to practice communication skills! We're
asking and answer questions, using complete sentences!
We will pick up and drop off the children on the west side of the school where our preschool buses park.
Please stay behind the bus parking
and watch for children!
We ask that the children stay with
the class as we walk out and
not run to you after school.
We need to be sure that
every child gets picked up
by the appropriate adult safely.
If you arrive late to school, you can bring your child to the playground on the west corner under the shade screen if we're still outside, or sign in and walk them to our room.