Friday, November 19, 2010

Preschool Co-op

I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that my friends and I have organized a preschool co-op. We are all so excited at how well it is going. I was a little worried that rotating houses each week would confuse the kids, but it definitely has not. The kids are excited to take turns to have preschool at their house. All the moms have done an awesome job so far! I wanted to show you some of the great activities that Ms. May Tou planned for us this week.


Look how excited the kids were to answer questions during circle time.

Our focus letter for the week was N. On Tuesday we made nest N’s for our alphabet binders, and on Thursday we talked about N words and made necklaces.




These are just a couple of the cute projects we did this week! I love the thankful trees that the kids made. We asked the kids what they were thankful for and put five responses on the leaves of their trees. I love that we asked them individually so they didn’t all just repeat each others answers. Ryan is thankful for peanut butter and jelly, trees, candy, presents, and rain. Ella is thankful for Daddy, Mommy, ‘My Ryan’, flowers, and turkey.  The pilgrims in their pots are on plastic spoons!

Thanks to Ms. May Tou for a great week!


  1. I love that first picture. Could Ryan hold his hand up any higher? Great enthusiasm all around.

  2. I love the intense engagement evident on that first picture.

  3. What a great co-op you guys created and love the thankful trees :-)

  4. Cute activities, I may have to do some this week with Rorie while she is out of school.