Remote Learning Resources
In March, the students will continue to learn about their environment. We will focus on “Moving”. The students will have the opportunity to explore how things in their environment move. Every week we will focus on a topic that will help the students learn more about things that move. The weekly focus topics are; Noticing things that move, Investigating how bodies move, Investigating Vehicles and Investigating How we Move through the city. Throughout each week the students will answer questions, engage in activities and learn more about how things move. They will investigate vehicles and discover different ways people travel within their environment. You can help your child build their communication skills and vocabulary at home by asking them questions that encourage them to explain their reasoning.
Our family engagement projects will focus on our weekly topics and we encourage families to do the activities with their child. When our school and home connection is strong our students learn the most. At home, you can help your child by creating routines for bedtime or throughout the day. Having conversations with children as young as 3 will increase their communication skills and vocabulary. Encourage your child to speak about their needs, wants and feelings to help them increase their communications skills within school. To encourage self-help skills at home, have your child feed themselves, try to dress themselves and encourage them they can try to do tasks without help at first. Please continue working with your child on potty training as we will continue to help them along the way in school.
We are very proud of our students and how they are becoming more independent in school. They work hard every day and engage in activities with their peers.
We look forward to an amazing year and we cannot wait to see how much our students grow.