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Young Ages Are Able (258 out of 365) #blogaday

Today was an interesting day because my Pre-K children were having a bit of a tough time listening, BUT the preschoolers joined us in the afternoon and they were acting much better than my students – this surprises me! The younger children should still be figuring out who to be respectful to. So far, when the preschoolers join our Pre-K class, they act better than in their own class. They might be a little overwhelmed with being in a different room with another teacher. The afternoon was much calmer than the morning which was nice 🙂

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Productive in Pre-K (234 out of 365) #blogaday

Today was a great transition day for the preschoolers in Pre-K! We only had 10 of the 16 kids that we would normally have, so it was pretty calm. They loved the stories we were reading during circle time (Click clack moo, and Dr. Seuss ABC), which was nice because some of the children usually become antsy. They also came up with good ideas for what they wanted to know about the alphabet – how to sing it in Spanish, how slow/fast they could sing it, and where it came from. We got them started on the coloring of animal alphabet after afternoon circle time, and I’ll make some more letters to see if they wanted to do different ones. Tomorrow, I have a fun idea that involves writing their name in candle on paper and then they paint or color in crayon over it to discover the letters 🙂