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We will have a read aloud of Eric Carle’s book “The Grouch Ladybug”.
Students will learn about the letter “B” and create their own butterfly letter mosaic craft.
Students will have a fun read aloud of “Bugs”.
Students will have fun trying to catch bugs and insects in a jar!
Students will learn about different types of insects and bugs with a fun matching game.
Students will learn about the different things that make ladybugs fabulous with “The Ladybug Song”.
We will learn more about bees with a read aloud of the book “Buzz”.
Parents and families are welcome to join us for a bugs and insects display of our student’s artwork.
Students will have a fun craft activity making bug parachutes.
We will sort butterflies according to size, shape and color!
Students will create their own ladybugs using paper plates, tissue paper, and other art materials.
Students will learn about the different parts of a bug, such as a head, thorax and abdomen.
All of our centers and main office will be closed in observance of Memorial Day.
We will create our own bee hives using bubble wrap and other craft materials.
Students will create their own beautiful and unique butterfly footprint paintings.
Students will create insects using play dough and have a fun math activity with counting mats.
We will have a PAC Meeting and Parent Workshop at 5pm. Please join us!
Students will learn about the different parts of a bug!
Students will wrap up our Bugs & Insects unit of study with a read aloud of “The Bee”.
Students will wrap up the Bugs & Insects unit of study with a transformation portfolio that reflects all the things they learned and how they transform throughout their life cycle.
Students will complete May’s unit of study with a lesson about the butterfly life cycle.
We will complete our Bugs and Insects unit of study with a read aloud of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” followed by a caterpillar to butterfly craft activity.
Students will learn about wiggly creatures with a read aloud of “Yucky Worms”.
We will introduce this month’s Summer Safety theme with a Sun Safety ((knows (K), wants to know (W), and has learned (L)) about Chart.
We will have a read aloud of Pete the Cat: Pete at the Beach followed by a surfboard craft activity.
We will have our first Pete the Cat read aloud with Pete the Cat and the New Guy.
We will have a fun dramatic play activity to learn about summer safety followed by a sun visor craft activity.
All of our centers will be closed for Professional Development Day.
We will have a fun DIY sun safety craft activity making our own sunscreen using natural ingredients.
Students will learn the importance of being safety in case of fire followed by a fire truck shapes craft activity.
Students will have a fun block activity to practice fire safety.
Umbrellas not only keep you dry in the rain, but also help protect against the sun’s harmful rays! We will make our own delicious umbrella-shaped rice crispy treats.
Students will knock out fire with a fun fire cup knock down game.
We will have a read aloud of Pete the Cat and the Magic Sunglasses followed by a fun sunglasses craft activity.
We will create our own cute Pet the Cat sun visors using a variety of art materials.
Students will enjoy a local adventure visiting the neighborhood fire station.
Students will learn more about different items used for summer safety with a fun bingo game.
Students will learn about pedestrian safety followed by a stoplight craft activity.
We will have a fun summer safety read aloud with Pete the Cat: Pete at the Beach.
We will have a read aloud of “Pete the Cat: Go, Cat, Go” followed by a road building activity.
Students will play a fun summer safety game using a pool noodle toy!
Students will further their learning about how to be safe outdoors this summer with a road sign craft activity.
We will have a read aloud of “Pete the Cat: The Wheels on the Bus”. Students will also make their dads personalized Father’s Day cards.
Swim vets are an important part of keep safe during summer swimming activities. Students will create their own swim vest crafts to learn more about how they can stay safe in the water.
To celebrate our hero dads, we will have a fun superhero activity and Father’s Day celebration.
Biking is definitely a favorite summer activity! Students will learn about bike fun and safety with a read aloud of Pete the Cat: Go Pete Go!.
We will have a read aloud of “Pete the Cat’s Train Trip” followed by a Pete the Cat train conductor popsicle stick craft activity.
Outdoor adventures together are an important part of enjoying the summer at BumbleBeesRus. Students will practice how to be safe while walking in the neighborhood with a community walk wearing our safety vests so that… Continue reading
We will have a read aloud of “Pete the Cat: Play Ball” followed by a paper plate baseball craft activity.
We love riding our bikes during the summer! We need to protect ourselves from bumps and bruises that can occur from time to time. We will learn about safety gear to make sure that our… Continue reading
Students will learn about different types of summer sports and how to play them safely.
We will have a read aloud of “Pete the Cat: A Pet for Pete” followed by a lesson on how to take care of pets.
Students will create their own goldfish paintings inspired by the book “Pete the Cat: A Pet for Pete”.
Learning about how to be safe during our outdoor summer adventures is very important, especially when walking and biking. We will learn the “Stop, Look and Listen” poem to help us remember safety rules.
We will have a read aloud of “Pete the Cat: Scuba Cat” followed by an ocean watercolor painting.
There are many things we need to know how to keep safe in the water during the summer; how to protect ourselves from the sun, how to use things to keep us afloat, and rules… Continue reading
We will make our own life preserver crafts using paper plates and paint with our photos in the center.
We will create our own paper plate scuba masks inspired by the book “Pete the Cat: Scuba Cat”.
Students will have fun playing a footprint game based on Pete the Cat.
We will create our own summer art scenery using sidewalk chalk.
With great fun in the summer also comes the possiblity that we may need to call 911 for emergency services. Students will learn and practice how to call 9-1-1.
We will review all the things we learned about how to keep safe this suffer, followed by a read aloud of “Pete the Cat and the Magic Sunglasses”. We will also create our own Pete… Continue reading
To help us keep safe in case of emergency, students will learn their phone numbers.
We will have a read aloud of “Pete the Cat and the Bad Banana” followed by a fun banana arty to wrap up the month of June!
All of our centers will be closed in observance of the holiday. Have a fun and safe 4th of July!