For those of who are still trying to find ways to deal with the ongoing mosquito issue, please check out this information shared with us by the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control in the link below.
Vector Control recently visited our site as well as the surrounding houses/apartment buildings. While they didn’t find any breading hot spots, that doesn’t mean that mosquitoes don’t continue to be a nuisance and issue for many of us. For more information and resources you can visit www.SGVmosquito.org/about-repellents.
November is full of so many things from autumn leaves, squash, farm fun, concepts of gratitude/thankfulness as well as times spent with family and loved ones. It is the family theme that inspires this months Bible focus on Noah’s Ark. Noah’s Ark is the prefect story for preschool to discuss the concepts of talking/listening to God, family, and of course animals. The children had a wonderful time singing “Rise & Shine” and “This is the Day” along with reading from our children’s rhyming Bible.
Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.
Learning all about the stipple technique in painting and creating a beautiful multicolored fall tree with greens, yellow, orange and brown. I love how different they each turned out. -Ms. Monica, Preschool Art Teacher
Hello all! We have been having quite the adventures in Room 5 with our littles.
Our littles love to paint! They also love to run around barefoot! So we decided to put the two together and they helped us make our foot print art! This has been such a great sensory experience for them and we are looking forward to more adventures! 😉
Wow this month has already started off with some excitement. The children are enjoying all the changes in the centers to commence our new focal point in the classroom. We are exploring harvest, farm and magnets. We are also learning how to pray and we are encouraging them to pray at home with their families every day. They love all of you and during our daily prayers in class they always include their families and ask God to keep them safe and thank God for every single one of you. Take a look at the videos below for a little idea of all the fun we are having.