PIC News: In the Classroom

 
Posted on October 11, 2016
PIC young toddler interacting with paper bag

All ages and stages

The Wild Thing classroom is a room mixed with infants and young toddlers. Creating a lesson plan designed to meet everyone’s needs is important.

Posted on September 20, 2016
Works in clay by PIC after-schoolers

Creating in Clay

It started with a box of air-dry clay. The kids loved it. They made all manner of things--from doughnuts to turtles, to colorfully-painted beads. They had such a good time working with the clay that we knew we had to go deeper.

Posted on September 20, 2016
Grasshoppers do the sign for silent coyote

The Silent Coyote

Summer-time in a pre-k classroom is a time of many transitions. While some Grasshoppers move on to summer camp, others might stay in the classroom until kindergarten begins, or perhaps a child is in pre-kindergarten for two years. 

Posted on September 20, 2016
Starfish pet Dragon at the vet

Our Pet Dragon

When we brought our new hamster into the classroom in March we spent a week or so brainstorming names at morning meeting: Hamster, Hairy, Prince, Softy, Pillow, Carpet, Speedy, Princess, Dragon, Cat, Cow, Fluffy..and so on.

Posted on September 20, 2016
Doodlebugs make paper collage

Simple is Best

a paper study

This September the Doodlebugs began our study of paper. The first stage of our study was touch. 

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Thanksgiving Holiday - PIC CLOSED
Nov 29 Coffee & Conversation: Speech/Language
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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