I Cho-Cho-Choose You.

Roses are Red
Violets are Blue
Here’s a few photos
For all to view!

We will start in Toddler Two…

Whether it be using their fine motor skills to carefully peel the Valentine’s Day stickers to stick them on to the paper, gripping the tongs to maneuver pom-poms back and forth from bowl to bowl, rearranging flowers or grasping the paint brush to make a very special gift, the Senior Toddler’s focused very hard on each task they took on.

The best thing about “loose parts” in the classroom is to watch how the children use their imagination to use the parts in different ways. For example, a pool noodle that was cut into small sponges.

A little bit of tape can go a long way…the teachers added tape to the table to create some major highways for the Todds to ride all night long!

They may be little, but these Toddler’s have some big hearts!

The Preschool class showed some heart too! Painting hearts that would later be added on to the their very own Valentine’s day bag.

When you think of Valentine’s Day, some may think of flowers, the Preschool class definitely did, and worked on rearranging and creating bouquets of their own.

They continued to put their creativity to work during open art, story time, and playing at the Small World table too!

We will go back up the stairs into the Toddler One classroom where they worked together to make sensory bottles.

What’s another way to use a cardboard box? As a graffiti display of course. The Toddler One class used their little pincer grasps to decorate the otherwise boring box, and got their hands messy when putting the paintbrush to paper.

The best part of the week? Getting out in all the snow!

From the main to the coach house, let’s take a look into the Senior Preschool classroom this week…where dinosaurs roamed the earth once again.

Where they practiced their writing, mastered their patterning, and had a discussion on what they love the most.

To add to that list…we also love the extra curricular programs that visit us here at The House. Like, Yoga!, Meditating Munchkins, and M is for Music too!

We can also add LONG WEEKENDS to that list! From our Family to yours, we wish you all a very happy Family Day!

The Chartwell House.


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