Little Acorns 19 months to 27 months:
In our classroom we are excited to learn and explore new things. Our Little Acorns are learning letters, shapes and colors. We are working with blocks, puzzles and all sorts of different textures to stimulate our senses and our busy hands. We work in learning centers (small groups) and rotate throughout the morning. We go outside daily and are beginning Spanish in our classroom.

Our character building blocks for the Little Acorns are Politeness & Fairness

Sensory Stimulation
  • Touch different objects
  • Feel
  • Taste
  • Smells
Icon
Language
  • Sign language
  • Names simple objects
  • Identifies self in mirror
  • Can refer to self by name
  • Starts to talk in sentences
  • Enjoys being read to
Icon
Cognitive Development
  • Learns shapes
  • Enjoys doing 5 piece puzzles
  • Identifies own gender and the gender of others
  • Can point to pictures in a book (when asked)
Icon
Fun Fitness and Motor Skills
  • Throws small objects
  • Learns how to walk up and down stairs
  • Jump, hop and run
  • Tumbles
  • Rips paper, strings beads
  • Copies circles
Icon
Creative Sides
  • Expresses themselves with fingerpainting, water colors and crayons
  • Enjoys music, dancing, singing, and marching
  • Tears paper, makes collages
  • Uses instruments
Icon
Self Help and Life Skills
  • Learns to feed themselves
  • Washing hands
  • Germs
  • Strangers
  • Snapping, zipping, puts on jackets
  • Helps put things away
Icon
Science and Nature
  • Knows animals by name
  • Understands cause and effect
  • Likes to explore nature
  • Can match babies and mommy animals
  • Enjoys and participates in simple science experiments
Icon


bottom