Daily Archives: January 18, 2009

December 2008

CHILDREN’S HOUSE PRESCHOOL December 2008 The true cold has definitely arrived. Thanks to all the parents for wrapping your children so well. We don’t go outside if it is less than 20F, but we do try to get out for […]

Storybook Beginning

Curriculum uses children’s literature to teach life lessons By Kevin Williams, Camera Staff Writer January 21, 2003 Once upon a time, there was a curriculum style called the “Storybook Journey.” Created by a kind, early childhood specialist named Sue McCord […]

Little Red School House

We’re all here in the lit-tle red school house __(name)___ is in the lit-tle red school house ___(another name)___ is in the little red school house Let’s all be friends. 2nd verse etc till all children are called out. __(name)___ […]

Handwashing Song

(to the tune of Row, Row, Row Your Boat) Wash, wash, wash my hands Get them clean and neat Water, soap, a paper towel Now I’m ready to eat. Wash, wash, wash my hands Get them clean and neat After […]

The Children’s House Song

(sung at the transition from dramatic play/art to group) Sung to the teachers the last day of school by our friend Autumn (a former student) There’s a place where I love to be Happy faces smiling at me. There I […]