WF, 1/19/2018

Happy Friday!

In large group, we read ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ which lead us to count the syllables in each of the animals that were a main focus in the story. When we were almost done, a kindergartener said, “Hey! There are three animals so far that have two syllables!”. Hippopotamus was a challenging word for our friends as we really had to focus to find all five syllables in the word.

K.RF.3.2: Orally segment words into syllables.


Our ‘Music Garden’ class started this morning lead by Miss Melinda! It’s a fifteen week class that eight of our children are apart of. The fifteen week class will focus on all aspects of music.


While the Music Garden class was going on, the rest of our friends occupied themselves with various activities.

Anna and Maddie matched uppercase letters to lowercase letters using the cardboard box activity. Afterwards, they worked together to find the syllables in several words using clip cards. Anna was having difficulty with the three syllable words so Maddie helped her by showing her how she counts syllables.

K.RF.2.4: Identify and name all uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

K.RF.3.2: Orally segment words into syllables.


The art table was also transformed into a play dough exploration center this morning where things from poisonous worms to hot dogs were created.


“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.”

-Albert Einstein


Breakfast– Rice cakes with peanut butter and PPC kiwi.

Lunch– Turkey or ham on whole wheat bread, PPC banana, and PPC broccoli.

PM snack– Mozzarella string cheese with goldfish.

Wee Sprout– PPC broccoli.

Have a fantastic weekend!


Link to pictures: WF 1/19

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