It is always a great idea to have chances for parent

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time to come to the classroom and help out. It is always a great idea to have chances for parent volunteers in the classroom to help them feel welcome at anytime. Preschool children like to think about ways they are growing. This activity is helpful in showing the preschool child how the sizes of their feet and hands have changed. The center will be available after the shared reading. The children will be called to the center a few at a time so that the teacher can work with the children without feeling overwhelmed. This center will last for the entire week, if needed, to give every child a chance to do this activity. The teacher assistant can help keep a watchful eye out on the other children while the teacher interacts with the few children she has chosen for
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the center. When the child is ready to begin the center, the materials that will be provided are; the child’s hand and footprints, a pencil to trace their prints and write their name, a piece of paper to glue the hand and footprints, scissors to cut out the hand and footprints, glue to attach the prints to the paper, and the book “Here Are My Hands.” By Bill Martin, Jr. At the center, the child will bring out their hand and footprints from when they were babies or the teacher will provide them with pre-made prints. The teacher will invite them to take off their shoes and socks. They will then step on the footprint and compare the size of their foot to the footprint and then they will compare their handprints. The
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  • Fall '18
  • CoE, teacher assistant, aged children, Bill Martin, Jr.

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