First United Methodist Preschool

NEWS TO KNOW  

Summer 2020

We love because He first loved us. 1 John 4:19
 
 
 
 

Enroll for 2020/21 NOW!

How do I enroll my child in Preschool?

Go to the south parking lot of the church. At the Preschool door there is a black box labeled Enrollment Forms mounted to the brick wall. Take a form fill it out and return it to me in the addressed envelope.

I will notify you when I receive the form. Should you have any questions please call or text me at 918-639-2726

 

 

 
 
 

 

Due to the growing concern regarding COVIV-19 or coronavirus the Methodist Preschool

WILL BE CLOSED

until Fall. Please check back here or on Methodist Preschool Facebook page for updates.

May Themes
May Flowers
Animals All Aroung
Shape – Square
Color – Purple
Numbers
19, 20

 Theme Descriptions

May Flowers: Summer is just around the corner! Prepare with games and activities that focus on gardening, flowers, caterpillars, butterflies, and birds. Mother’s Day will also be celebrated during this theme.
 
Animals All Around: A variety of animal activities and wild creative art projects take place in this theme. Children will learn fun facts about animals from all over the world.
They will also learn about what is required to keep animals
healthy and happy.
 
 

Nursery Rhymes

Nursery rhymes teach children auditory skills and help them developan appreciation for rhyme and rhythm. They also help children develop language, memory, creativity, and other cognitive skills.
 
Daffy-Down-Dilly
Daffy-down-dilly
Has come to town
With a yellow petticoat
And a green gown.

 
Activities for Home
 
• Walk around your neighborhood on a flower search. What colors can you find? Take time to smell the flowers too. Which flowers have no smell? Can you find dandelions? Do any bushes have flowers?
• Visit a garden shop or florist to explore different kinds of flowers. Consider planting a few flowers in a garden or buying a potted plant with flowers. Take turns with your child watering the plant according to the directions.
• Watch a nature show on television or read a book about animals. Use the words feathers, fur, scales, or shells to talk about the animals’ features. Why don’t fish have fur? You may enjoy drawing silly animals together—a bird with a shell or a snake with feathers!
• Talk about animal homes. If you don’t know the answers to your child’s questions, don’t worry! Search the Internet or visit the library to look for answers together. Finding answers can be just as important as knowing the answers.

LETTERS

Yy, Zz

ALPHABET WORDS

yams, yawn, yoga, yogurt, zebra, zero, zipper, zucchini
 

 Sign Language

          
             Flower
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
         Animal
 
Look for Books
The best way to learn which books your child enjoys is to read children’s books –lots of them!
Check out funshineextras.com for Book Lists corresponding to each month’s themes. Get to know your local librarians and ask for their recommendations as well:
 
I Love Saturdays y domingos
by Alma Flor Ada
 
Flowers
by Vijaya Khisty Bodacig
 
The Mother’s Day Mice
by Eve Bunting
 
The Flower Alphabet Book
by Jerry Pallotta
 
North AmericanAnimals
by Dawne Allette

Annie and the Wild Animals
by Jan Brett

Memorial Day (Let’s Celebrate)
by Clara Cella

Eric Carle’s Animals Animals
by Laura Whipple

 
 
 
 

SING ALONG WITH ME

 
 
 
 

 

 
 
One Little Seed
Sung to “London Bridge”
One little seed is in the ground,
In the ground, in the ground.
One little seed is in the ground,
Fast asleep.
Warm sunshine and big raindrops,
Big raindrops, big raindrops.
Warm sunshine and big raindrops,
All falling down.
One little seed peeks through the ground,
Through the ground, through the ground.
One little seed peeks through the ground,
Wide awake!

Animals Everywhere
Sung to “This Old Man”
Over here, over here,
I see animals everywhere!
Who is hiding behind the tree?
I can’t guess, let’s listen and see!
“Chomp, chomp,” goes the alligator.
“Roar, roar,” bellows the big black bear.
“Screech, screech,” calls the bald eagle.
“Pee-ew!” I smell a skunk in the air!
(Find these songs at www.funshineexpress.com)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cooking Together
 
When cooking with young children, allow them to help in a safe way with mixing, pouring, rolling, mashing, shaking, etc. Use words to describe what you are doing and what you plan to do next. Talk about what you see, smell, feel, hear, and taste.
 
Purple Shakes
11/2 cups nonfat vanilla frozen yogurt
1/2 cup milk
1/4 cup grape juice concentrate
3/4 tsp. lemon juice
Place ingredients in a
blender or food processor
and blend until smooth.
Adjust thickness
by increasing or
decreasing the
amount of milk. Pour
into cups and serve
immediately. Use
a straw or spoon to
avoid having a purple
mustache. Makes 4
(1/2-cup) servings.
Character Card
 
 
 
I am Patient.
Chapel Time
 
Tuesdays & Wednesdays
The children go to the church Sanctuary at 9:30 for a
FAITH LESSON.
They sing Bible songs, hear a Bible story and learn a Bible scripture.
FAITH LESSON SCRIPTURE April
 
The Easter Story
He is Risen
 

Tuition

 2-day session – $1,200 per school year or $112 per month 
 with extended care $1440 per school year or $144  per month
 3-day session – $1,680 per school year or $168 per month
 with extended care $2,160 per school year or $216  per month
 4-day session – $2,240 per school year or $224 per month
 with extended care $2,880 per school year or $288  per month

 There is a $40 Enrollment fee which includes a school T-shirt.