Our Pre-K class is active, energetic, creative, and eager to learn! This is an NCPre-K/Title I classroom in which many of the children come from low-income families and are having their first experience away from home all day. At 4 and 5 years old children's play is their work. They're learning at different stages so we teach to all their senses and give them many opportunities for hands on learning in a variety of ways.
In Pre-K we strive to create and maintain a safe, caring, fun place to learn.
The school has approximately 300 students. The entire school receives free breakfast and lunch. Our school staff works as a team striving to include families in the classroom and school activities. Family involvement can have a positive impact on the children and their perception of the home/school relationship.
We are focused on making the children's first school experience an amazing one that will positively influence them and their families.
Adding these items to our Construction Corner will allow our children to use their imaginations and experience real life instances with the use of community helper vehicles.
Exposing our children to dramatic play adventures will help prepare them for 21st century learning.
The students in my class will gain valuable experiences and develop a sense of creativity that will help accommodate individual needs. Accommodation of individual needs supports all of the various learning styles.
Learners will get hands on experiences with vehicle motions and develop language skills that will prepare them to build relationships with their peers. We're ready to get the wheels turning!
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