In November, the toddlers spent time working on grace and courtesy. We talked about respecting ourselves as well as our friends and the environment. It has been wonderful to see them setting the tables, respecting their friends works and even helping each other get ready for transitions.
The month of December always seems to fly by! The toddlers in Rosa will start the month off by making a special gift to bring home to their families. This year they will be using pony beads, cookie cutters and a bunch of creativity to make their special gift.
We will also focus on the seasonal change from fall to winter, and how the days get colder and darker. At the end of the month Winter break will begin, and I want to wish everyone a wonderful time with family and friends!
The weather in October gave us plenty of opportunities to work on bundling up! The toddlers have been working hard at getting themselves ready to go outside. They have enjoyed our morning walks and looking at all the signs of fall on the campus. Searching for the biggest leaves on the playground was a favorite outside activity!
Our classroom looks beautiful with all of the flower arrangements! The toddlers enjoyed working on the their pouring skills, learning to use a funnel, and creating their own beautiful arrangements.
Inside the classroom they have been busy sorting gourds, scooping and pouring fall themed items, and hammering golf tees into the large pumpkins.
In November, we will focus on grace and courtesy. We will spend time talking about respecting ourselves as well as our friends and the environment. We will continue to talk about the cold weather and the change in the outside temperature.
Thank you to all of the families that have brought in items for the sensory table, pumpkins and flowers!