Hello Kids Club families! Another month wraps up, and we are excited to fill you in on our latest activities! The children have adapted and now are independently navigating our classroom. The students know their daily routine for example; outdoor/indoor recess, transitioning into snack time and much more. We go over our daily station. Our friends then have the chance to cycle through the station of the day and pick out their material of choice from their own personal shelf for free play!
The children had fun decorating their pumpkins at the art station.
Ms. Poirier guided our kids club kids in exploring the scientific concepts of observation and Data collection at the science station this month!
Before Halloween Ms. Poirier talked about what happens when we eat too much candy! Our friend Jack-o-Lantern gave us a first hand example of what could happen!
Everyone had the opportunity to go out and find yellow, brown, green and red leaves. We then recorded our findings in a leaf chart and took them home so that we can see some of the many colors that change on the trees around us during autumn!
Kids Club explored the psychological concepts of optical illusions, in our science station as well! We took a look at the tricks our eyes can play on us when we look at pictures as well as in real life as shown in the broken pencil experiment!