PP_PuzzleHere's a look at what our pre-primary students are doing. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, they were introduced to the colors pink, white and red and to the shape of the heart. The classroom was decorated with pink and red hearts.

Other shapes learned were: circle, rectangle, triangle, oval, diamond, pentagon, and hexagon.  The children have been doing puzzle work with different shapes. 

They read a book, “Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin” by Lloyd Moss, and learned about different instruments including the trombone, trumpet, French horn, cello, violin, flute clarinet, oboe, bassoon and harp.

One of our students shared the book, “Hands Can,” and we learned about different things that hands can do. For example: hands can wave to say ‘hello’, hands can give hugs, hands can touch high and low, hands can wave ‘goodbye’, hands can clap and hands can play ‘peek-a-boo’. The children had fun doing all the different gestures showed in the book.