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Project Report | Jul 1, 2015
May 2014 report from Sarah

By Sarah Mejida Tun Bacajol | Coordinator while the Director is in the USA

Early Stimulation Center "SMALL BUT READY"

MAY 2015

Hello it is a pleasure to greet back. Then we'll tell you the activities of this month:

• I want to tell you that in this second block children are learning what they are vowels and numbers.

• Teachers are using the star books containing different activities like teaching vowels, numbers, shapes, new words for your daily vocabulary.

• A new technique of new words, which is called the word wall was implemented. Which it is to have the entire alphabet in classes of children. Each new word that children learn positioned under the letter that begins the word, also with his name. to complete the activity has been provided to each teacher a book called ANIMALETRAS. The book contains the alphabet and each letter contains an animal that starts with the letter and the location of the animal lives done. the child knows the world.

• The coordinators are constantly making visits to communities to observe the teacher, guide and help with any problems that arise within or outside school.

• On May 10 in Guatemala is celebrated on Mother's Day, so teachers used their creativity and enthusiasm. for the imagination of the child vas they developed crafts.

• The teachers are highly motivated, happy for the development and progress of children in their skills and abilities to reach the fifth month of the year.

IN CONCLUSION: schools are well organized according to your planning.

 Pictures attached:

  1. Performing their vocal lines in his notebook.
  2. These children are OLD SAN JUAN DEL OBISPO, who are drawing the number 2.
  3. These are the children of the hamlet San Lorenzo in Patzicía, we see that are cutting pictures of objects.
  4. This is a craft book Hungry Caterpillar star is made of recyclable material.
  5. Star is an activity book brown bear where they formed the outline of his body, then children with their creativity have shaped the silhouette of a person.
  6. The ROSELIA teacher is telling the story to the children of CASERÍO SAN LORENZO Patzicía.
  7. Developing a craft for Mother's Day with children of Santo Domingo Xenacoj.
  8. The word wall is that the child observes the letters and learn new words and increase their vocabulary.
  9. Children learn the initial of his name.
  10. All children start with a daily routine for your sequence of day, month and date. Just they count how many children come to school. and non asesten.

 It was a pleasure to greet you and to tell you how the process of learning of children from different communities in GUATEMALA.

We can only be thankful for the support of our program.

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Lets Be Ready

Location: Longmont, CO - USA
Project Leader:
Fred Zambroski
Longmont , Colorado United States

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