Jan 3, 2020

Projects & Christmas

Stimulation through cellophane paper
Stimulation through cellophane paper

During December, the children worked in their annual projects but also in activities related with Christmas:

They worked visual stimulation through cellophane paper. With cellophane paper children can make paper overlays and see the resulting colors through them. For the children it turned out to be a very fun activity.

We worked with the children on the theme of peace, compiling the idea of peace that they had through dialogue circles, telling songs about the importance of caring for the other and having experiences such as the creation of kites which has a meaning of expression to others of something that gives each child freedom, love, friendship, care.

The questions were asked Where do we find peace? How is the peace? How do we move when we have peace? These were some of the questions that were launched for the children to express themselves, it was in this way that we began to identify movements that the infants invented in order to move to have peace.

This month we had a fun way to learn the geometric figures playing bingo, we stimulate the logical-mathematical learning of the boys and their verbal area since while they pronounce the name of the figures the boys are repeating and also develop their visual-manual area and here they locate in their fun boards the images of the forms that we are pronouncing.

As an activity for Christmas, children were involved in a recipe to share at Christmas The quick recipe is the first meal that children can prepare, as long as adults are supervising and taking safety measures. Eating is itself an act of sharing.

Recipe to share at Christmas
Recipe to share at Christmas
Move to have peace
Move to have peace
Geometric figures playing bingo
Geometric figures playing bingo
May 20, 2019

Family & Experiences

In the maternal room I, the presentations of the families and the experiences directed to the own individual and group identity as part of the project continued.

In addition, the families of the room participated in the general meeting of parents, and for their part the children through the routine are integrating habits and skills such as the habit of greeting and providing a kind and respectful treatment towards others, and through literature create the habit of attentive listening, imagination and the development of language skills.

In the meeting, the application of the ASQ3 test was exposed to new children, in order to evaluate how they are in the five areas covered by this test and to be able to start the teaching-learning process during the attention period. Individual, the boys and girls have been developing some skills and more precision when making different line strokes.

Jan 24, 2019

Connecting with Nature Project

During this month in the Project "Connecting with Nature", the boys and girls designed some products that are grown in the Garden of Aromas (a garden built together with the boys and girls and provides food for our "taste workshop"), using materials such as mineral modeling paste, plasticine and clay, shaping the carrot, tomato, basil and cucumber, products that were then painted in detail.

In this process the boys and girls developed their creativity, imagination and fine motor skills. And at the end of the project the boys and girls grew products that are harvested in the Garden of Aromas.

 
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