The children in my preschool class look forward to coming to school everyday. They still love life and school. They love to sing, dance, draw, play pretend, interact with their friends and most of all they love to learn. They learn by doing. They make predictions, complete experiments and have class discussions in order to make discoveries.
Our preschool class is made up of 16 amazing preschoolers who come from families where English is a second language.
Our school is a fully funded program including breakfast lunch and snack. The students attending this program are said to have several disadvantages succeeding in school. We are here to change that!!! These students deserve the best in life. They have more background knowledge and life experiences than most of us will ever have.
Living in Michigan allows children the privilege to experience the different seasons! Now that it is winter and the children are seeing the beautiful snow on the ground they want to do so much more than make observation. They want to explore in the snow by touching it, tasting it and experimenting with it in different ways.
Allowing these children the chance to really explore the outdoors while keeping them safe will really develop both their love of the outdoors as well as their understanding of the scientific process!
Each child deserves the opportunity to learn safely no matter their socioeconomic status.
By providing these children with snow pants, you will be providing them the opportunity to enjoy the winter, learn about the different aspects of winter, touch and build with snow and see what happens when the season starts to change again!
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