Welcome to Ms De Nardo and Ms. Marie’s classroom!
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Home Learning Resources
NYC DOE Learn at Home Guide
Scholastic Remote Learning Resources- Daily learning activities that include books, videos, and an activity focused on a different topic each day! https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome/grades-prek-k.html
Storyline Online- Favorite books read by actors https://www.storylineonline.
Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems- Our favorite author of the Pigeon books! https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Pre-K Resources from Mrs. Bonici (PDF) Pre_school resources
Instagram- @savewithstories children’s books read by celebrities, @petethecatofficial daily live videos with author James Dean
Live with Laurie Berkner (my favorite children’s singer!). Laurie Berkner is performing Facebook Live videos, which can be accessed afterwards on Youtube! https://www.youtube.com/user/TheLaurieBerknerBand/videos?view=0&sort=dd&shelf_id=0
Monterey Bay Aquarium Live stream (check times on website) https://www.
Reading together as a family every night is an important event in a young child’s life. It helps to build listening skills, comprehension, vocabulary, and pure enjoyment for reading. What a wonderful gift that you as a parent can give your child!
Scholastic book orders are given out monthly in your child’s folder. This allows your child to pick and order books that are of interest to them. By buying Scholastic books you are enabling your child the powerful to build up their literacy skills. Each book order grants bonus points for our classroom. This allows us to order free books or materials through Scholastic for the classroom in order to benefit your child’s education. When ordering a book order from Scholastic.com, please use the code HRF22. This tells Scholastic that your order is for our class. Thank you in advance for any generous orders that will help our children and classroom grow!
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 SCHOOL BEGINS!
o Arrival and Dismissal will take place under the Portico on Alameda Avenue at the times listed below:
o From 8:50-9:50, families whose last names begin with letters A-J
o From 10:20-11:20, families whose last names begin with letters K-Z
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
o We will begin the asynchronous remote learning portion of our hybrid class! This means we will not be meeting in person.
o Using Google Classroom, I will share a morning greeting pre-recorded video and a suggested activity for you and your child to complete at home. For the first week, materials will also be emailed to you.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2020
o From 9:10-11:10, ALL children will attend class in-person.
o We will be serving breakfast together as a class
o Please pick up your child at 11:10 am under the Portico on Alameda Avenue.
We will begin our normal schedule starting on Monday, September 14th. The school day begins at 8:10am with arrival at the school entrance under the Portico on Alameda Avenue. Children will be escorted to the classroom by a Pre-K teacher or assistant and will be supported learning our daily morning routine.
o Dismissal will take place through the entrance under the Portico on Alameda Avenue promptly at 2:20pm. Children will be released one at a time as authorized adults wait for children outside the door. For safety reasons, identification will be required if you are an unfamiliar face.
**You must inform us if your child will be picked up by another family member or friend, as we cannot dismiss them if the school or teacher is not notified by the guardian of this change.
For the month of September, we will be exploring the unit of Welcome to Pre-K. We will have an opportunity to explore all the different centers and the activities that it provides. We will be participating in different activities to help them learn about each other and make friends along the way. We will also be learning about our feelings and ways we can express them appropriately. We will be discussing many safety rules in the classroom, bathroom, outside play, fire drill, and lock down drills.