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Daily Communication & Class Instagram

Good Morning,

I will be sending an email every morning just to check in with everyone. Please know that I am here to answer any questions you may have. I know some of you may not be able to be home during the day or have to work from home right now. These activities can be done at any time, not just during school hours.


If at all possible I would suggest that everyone keep a routine with their child. Below is a sample of what your morning/day could look like.

Circle -songs are on the web page

Work time - any of the activities sent home

Fine motor/Gross motor movement activities

Story time -Online story or let your child pick a book. Read to them and ask them questions - point to the ____, What color is the ___? Where is the___?

Group- During group we play organized games (pop the pig, zingo, memory, or other games). We practice taking turns, telling our friends when it is their turn etc. 

Play- During play we practice sharing and playing appropriately with toys-(blocks- building towers and making houses, dollhouse and people, trains and train tracks, cars, dress up etc.)

Another important thing that everyone can do and should be doing all the time is having your child follow simple directions…. “Go throw this in the garbage.”,”put this in the table”,etc.. It is so easy for us as parents to just do for our kids because we are in a hurry to get to school or an apt., since we are temporarily home and not in too much of a hurry, now is the perfect time to do these things.

I hope this was helpful. Please reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns!! It doesn’t have to be between 9-1 either, I am around and close to my phone/computer. 

Stay well!!

Each day children will be sent home with a daily communication sheet that will give a short synopsis of what we do each day. We also have a class Instagram where I share pictures of our class. (This page is completely private and only open to children in the class that year.)