Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Midland Preschool

Mrs. Bisinger and Mrs. Judy Petersen-Clark


The preschool class has been learning about construction. We have looked at blueprints and how they help make plans for construction of a building. We have been using many materials (boxes, wooden blocks, plastic spools, legos, big plastic blocks and milk jugs) in our classroom to construct structures.

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A Very Happy Charlie Brown Thanksgiving from Mrs. Clark's Preschool!

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As part of our reading unit, My Family, My Community, the preschoolers visited local businesses found in the Oxford Junction Community. Our first stop was Citizen's State Bank where the children got to see the vault where everyone's important papers are kept. We then walked to TLZ to discover where their parents could buy gas and candy at the same time. The last stop on our tour down town was Coon's Corner where we found many yummy foods for our parents to purchase.

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In honor of fire prevention week the Midland Preschool children were visited by the Oxford Junction Fire Department. Fireman Steve dressed in full gear for the children to see what he looks like when dressed for fire fighting. We were, also, shown the tanker and rescue trucks. In our classrooms the children practiced "Stop, Drop and Roll."

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Mrs. Clark says, "Following our stories, The Little Red Hen and Peanut Butter and Jelly, we decided to make some monster toast as a closing activity. In the first story Little Red Hen, the Little Red Hen asks her friends for help in making bread, but no one would help her so she did it herself. The second story is a silly story about how elephants squash up peanuts to make peanut butter and grapes to make grape jelly. So, the children used milk and food coloring to paint a design or face on a piece of bread. They then toasted it and enjoyed smothering it with peanut butter and jelly. Needless to say, they did it all by their selves and they ate one whole loaf of bread. I guess they liked the activity."

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