Monday, August 29, 2011

Important Dates
Open house will be held Thursday, September 8th at 6:30pm. Bring your family, your questions, and of course your preschooler and come get acquainted with Lindsay’s Little Owls Preschool. The first day of school will be Monday, September 12th. Classes will be held every Monday and Tuesday from 10:00am-12:30pm.
The countdown begins! With less than a month until the start of preschool you can help your child prepare with these easy tips:
Visit the Pediatrician. Kids entering Lindsay’s Little Owls will need to be up-to-date on immunizations. So schedule a visit now.
Practice Makes Perfect.  Play “school” with your child. This is a fun way to practice skills such as raising their hand to share or sitting for circle time.
Gear Up. Get kids excited for school by letting them help pick out school supplies such as a backpack they love and a fun pencil box.
Savor the last days of summer vacation. Have fun and play a ton!

Supply List
-Durable folder with pocket for taking home papers.
-Safety scissors
-1 24pk box Crayola crayons
-1 box Crayola classic wide-tip washable markers
-1 (16 color) pack Crayola washable watercolor paints
-1 pack multi-colored construction paper
-6 glue sticks
-1 bottle liquid school glue
-Antibacterial hand soap
-1 box Kleenex
-2-3 rolls of paper towels
-1 pack Dixie cups
-2 pack of Clorox wipes
-Change of clothes in labeled zip lock bag
-Adult size T-shirt to be worn while painting
-Pencil box to hold supplies.

Whats New
-Lindsay’s Little Owls is pleased to announce that we have recently put in a new play structure.  This will not only help burn off energy, but will be a great tool for several dramatic play themes.
-In addition to circle time, literacy, science, math, art, PE, and music, we will also be adding Japanese language to our curriculum!

Friday, August 26, 2011


Graduation was so bitter sweet.  I am so proud of each child, but will miss them terribly.  Here we are showing off the all the skills we learned in our closing play. Thank you for letting me be a part of your learning experience.  It has been a pleasure.   


It's amazing how far a little baking soda and vinegar go.  The kids had a BLAST building volcanoes out of clay and putting the proper mixture in to watch them explode.  We love science!!!

Laundry Day

We Love Science!!!

What an awesome science experiment.  We had a blast making gak.  The kids called it "monster boogers".