Infant Care and Preschool
June, 2018 Newsletter
JUNE THEME: Nutrition
CHARACTER: Self Discipline
Our Shining Stars graduation ceremony was a great success. Thank you teachers for supporting and helping us to make this a very special and memorable fun filled day,for all the families who attended. Shining Stars graduates, you will be greatly missed. We look forward to your future visits to our school, your school!
Amelia — 6/6
Margaret — 6/16
Olivia — 6/25
Zoe — 6/28
My Daddy is a mountain
My Daddy is a sea
My Daddy smiles again and again
I love my Daddy
And I know he loves me
’cause my Daddy is a ray of lite
that warms a winters’ eve
My daddy is very special to me
I could not live without my daddy
as he could not live without me.
Twinkling Stars: (from 0 to 18 months, By Ms. Angineh Ms. Karine, Ms. Kristine, Ms. Asthgik
- Numbers :3
- Letters: Ll
- Colors: Yellow
- Shapes: Oval
- Songs: “Thank You Dad”.
- Books: “All about My Dad”.
- We will teach them basic words.
Little Stars: (18 months to 2.5 year) By Ms. Madlen & Ms. Anna
- Letters: S and T
- Numbers: 5 and 6
- Colors: Blue and Green
- Shapes: Rectangle
- Songs: “I Love My Daddy” and “I Love you, You Love Me”.
- Books: “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish”, “The Rainbow Fish” and “Swim with Dolphins”.
- Safety Topic: Wash your hands before eating.
- Special Activity: We will discuss the food that we eat every day. We will make Father’s Day cards.
Sparkling Stars: (2.5yrs to 3.5yrs old) By: Ms. Rina and Ms. Kristine
- Letters: Yy and Zz
- Numbers: 1 to 10
- Colors: Basic Colors
- Shapes: Basic Shapes
- Songs: “My Special Friends”, “Daddy Daddy”, “I want to Eat Apple and Banana” and “Thank You Dad”.
- Books: “It’s Picnic Day”, “The Outdoors Party”, “Dora Under the Sea” and “Learn to Share”.
- Safety Topic: How to get kids to wash their hands properly before eating.
- Special Activity: Our project will be all about Father’s Day art work and Nutritious.
Shining Stars: (3.5yrs-6yrs old) By: Ms. Ms.Gayane and Kristine
- Letters: Bb, Dd and Ff
- Numbers: 11,12 and 13
- Colors: Blue and Red
- Shapes: Oval and Dimond
- Songs: “Father’s Day”,” Dad, Dad” and “Hugs for Daddy”.
- Books: “The Night Before Father’s Day”,” The Ten Best Things All About My Dad” and” Just Me and My Dad”.
- Safety Topic: We need to teach our children to eat real food. (No fast or junk foods) just honest, nutrition, real foods
- Special Activity: We will talk about Nutrition and how to stay healthy. Nutrients are ingredients in food that help you: Grow, Repair body tissue, build new muscle tissue also, we are going to make Father’s Day card.
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600 Stoney Drive
South Pasadena, CA 91030
1768 East Washington Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91104
SUMMER CAMPS IN LOS ANGELES 2018 GUIDE
Welcome to the 2018 annual Guide to Summer Camps in Los Angeles. MomsLA wants you to have all the information at your fingertips, so you’ll find a list of over 350 Summer Camps to choose from! Sports Camps, Day Camps, Sleepaway (or Overnight) Camps, Academic Camps, Science Camps, Tech Camps, Acting Camps, Special Needs Camps, Improv Camps, STEM Camps, Drama Camps, Crafty Camps, Camps for Teens, Preschool Camps, Camps for 4 year olds, even Camps for 3 year olds!
Looking for Camps at Colleges? Got ’em. What about Camps at Los Angeles Museums – yes! You name the type of Summer Camp: it’s on this list. And if you’re looking for Spring Break Camps, Thanksgiving Camps or Winter Camps, we have those, too!