Thank you for visiting our webpage! We know this is a difficult time, and we miss you all dearly! Please check back often for lesson plan ideas, activity suggestions, and other resources to help you navigate this time. 


Visit At-Home Lesson plans for one-page lessons centering around a theme

Visit Preschool Favorites for links to favorite songs/virtual book readings, and other favorite links

Visit Circle Time Information for information on our now TWICE weekly circle time. Participation is completely optional, but we would love to have you join us!




If you ever have any questions, feel free to reach out to us via email! We are here for you and will respond as soon as possible.

We will be hosting "virtual" office hours (a time when you can easily reach us and expect a relatively quick email/text response) every Friday from 2-3pm.


Ms. Renee roccatrm@pwcs.edu
Ms. Karen omallekh@pwcs.edu




Sample At-Home Daily Schedule 

 Start Tme End Time  Activity 

9:00

9:15

Music and Movement: sing songs, dance inside/outside, get moving!

9:15

9:30

Morning Story: read a book together, point to pictures, ask your child to label objects from the story

9:30

10:00

Free Play: allow your child to explore toys they are interested in freely. Join them for a game, help them build, narrate what they are doing and expand upon their language

10:00

10:30

Fine Motor Activities: do an art activity (coloring, painting, playing with chalk), use tongs to pick up cotton balls poor other small materials, make shadow puppets, or other fun hand games!

10:30

11:00

Snack/Bathroom: Have fun with food! Meal times are excellent opportunities for language development. Allow your child to request a desired snack, help make it (if appropriate), and clean it up when finished! 

11:00

11:30

Free Play/ Rest TimeAllow your child some unstructured time to play/rest/ do what interests them (and take time to rest yourself/have a snack/breathe!)

11:30

12:00

Gross Motor/Outside Playgo for a walk (social distancing, of course), play in the yard, jump around the living room. Do something to get the wiggles out and move your body!

12:00

1:00

Lunch

 1:00  1:15  
Afternoon Story: Read a story together!

 1:15 1:45  Sensory: ideas include play-doh, shaving cream, playing in bins of rice, beans, water, or anything where your child can be hands-on exploring toys and materials. Consider putting letters, shapes, pictures, or other fun materials in a bin/bucket!
 1:45 2:30  
Nap/Rest

 2:30 3:00  Free Playjoin your child in a game/toy/activity of their choice. Repeat/expand upon language they use, and narrate what they are doing. Be silly and model appropriate use of toys. Have fun!