“A person’s a person, no matter how small.” – Dr. Seuss
Our tiny toddlers have been making great discoveries throughout the month of November. Each day, little hands squeeze, lift, press, paste, shovel, draw, cut, pick and pinch away at the mysteries of the big, beautiful world around us. Every new discovery unlocks another, and our fearless young spirits learn a little bit more about their surroundings and themselves.
It has been an exciting and busy month in the Toddler classroom and we cannot believe that October is almost over. With the early introduction of scissors, wet glue and glitter, the art area has been very popular, messy and fun. The Toddlers have also been enjoying their individual Three Period Lessons when practising their shapes and colours this month. A few of our little ones have taken on guiding these lessons themselves with their classroom peers, which is so lovely to observe. We are also happy to have spent a little more time outside as the rain slowed down.
As we say good bye to a dino-riffic month, we look forward to a fun filled time in the Toddler classroom learning about Eric Carle and all of his wonderful creations, including the “Hungry Caterpillar“!!
We will be spending more time in the Casa play area, doing some Casa work, and enjoying our last few weeks of fun together.