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Children First 
Ms. Fasehun
Instructor: Ms. Fasehun   
                            Ms. Fasehun's
                            PreK Class

                              "If a child cannot learn in the way we teach, we must teach
                               in a way the child can learn".
  - Unknown
Quizzes
There are currently no quizzes.
Web Pages
Tasks
Please read to your child for at least 15 minutes daily. Websites: www.starfalls.com, brainpopjr.com
Community/Neighborhood
Community/Neighborhood
We are having so much fun with our Community/Neighborhood theme! The children are enjoying playing different roles in the centers (Police Officer, Police Chief, Fire Fighter, Sales Person, Librarian, Hair Sylist/Barber, "Receptionist", "Customer") New vocabulary we have been practicing is "Ticket", "Emergency", "911", "Truck", "Ladder","Books", "Borrow" and "Service" along with various other service in the community. Rhyming is a fun way to practice phonemic awareness and understanding word families - both great pre-reading skills. Even on the way to school you can play a simply rhyming game. You start by saying one word - like "HOP" - and tell your child to say as many words they know that rhyme with hop. You can help out at first and then change to another rhyming "family" when you think you have got them all.
Discussion Topic:What is the role of a Fire Fighter
Files
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What Am I Doing in Play?
Our focus in the next few weeks will be on Community/Neighborhood.
Roles I can be:   Police Office, Fire Fighter, Librarian, Sales Person, Hair Stylist/Barber, Receptionist.
What's happening
in my centers:    Police Officers writing tickets, fire fighters fighting fire and rescuing people, citizens at the library reading or borrowing books, shopping at the shoe store, Stylist and Barber styling and cutting hair.

I am practicing my reading/writing and math by:
Making signs and price tags
Making change, printing on receipts
Writing tickets 
What Am I Reading:
Fire Fighters
Police Officers
Community Workers
Me on the Map
Where I live
Please ask your child about what they did in school and use any of the above as a way of encouraging your child to talk about what they are learning in school.
Contacts
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Homework:Interview family/friends/neighbors and ask them about their job. Tally on paper
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