Welcome to the 3’s Class

Dear Parents,
 
 Welcome to the 3’s class my name is Ms. Courtney Madenford.  I will be your child’s teacher this school year.   I have worked at Kinder-Haus for 7 years and enjoy working with children.  I am  looking forward to getting to know you and your child and to help them grow and succeed.   Through the school year we will be dealing with activities that help physical, intellectual, emotional and social developments.
We also will be learning about God every day, as well as a bible lesson every week.   Your child will need a pair of extra clothes (weather appropriate), messes and spills may happen.  Please bring in nap items such as a blanket, sheet and a pillow (optional) or a stuffed animal (also optional).
 
Just a couple of reminders:
*  Please keep toys at home; we are not responsible if they get broken or lost
*  Please bring ID in for the first two weeks of the fall session.  Some of our staff may not know you.  This is for your child’s/children safety.
 
The first day of the fall session will be on August 27, 2018.   If you need to contact me please call the Kinder-Haus office at 717-355-7801 for any questions or concerns.
 
Sincerely,
 
Ms. Courtney Madenford
 
 
 
Three’s Class Daily Schedule
Mrs. Courtney Madenford          
 
                                                                                                     
6:15 – 7:50 AM               Room 13/14 Startup Room, Organized Free Play: Art, Munipulatives, Blocks, Puzzles, Books &                                                     Dramatic Play
7:50 – 8:00 AM              Bathroom/Wash Hands                                                                                         
8:00 – 8:30 AM               Breakfast                                                
8:30 – 8:45 AM               Organized Free Play                          
8:45 – 9:00 AM               Bathroom/Wash Hands                          
9:00 – 9:30 AM               Circle Time: Devotions, Prayer, Attendance, Job Helpers (Calendar, Weather, etc), Story Time            9:30 -10:30 AM              Center Time May Include: Math, Science, Books, Colors, Shapes, Numbers, Letters, Sensory Table,                                            Craft/Art, Dramatic Play, Manipulatives, Bible Lesson                          
10:40 – 11:00 AM           Outside Playground Time or Gym 10:40 – 11:00 (On a rainy Day)                                                
11:00 – 11:15 AM            Get nap things ready, look at books                          
11:15 – 11:30 AM            Bathroom/Wash Hands                          
11:30 – 12:00 PM            Lunch                          
12:10 – 12:30 PM            Bathroom/Wash Hands                          
12:30 – 2:30 PM              Nap Time                          
2:30 -2:45 PM                 Bathroom/Wash Hands                          
2:30 – 3:00 PM                Snack                          
3:00 – 3:30 PM                Organized Free Play                          
3:20 – 3:40 PM                Gym Time (for rainy days)                          
3:30 – 5:30 PM                Outside Playground Time
 
 
 
 
Objectives For Three Year Old Class                       
 
    Intellectual Development                      
   The child will be able to:  
 
  1. Give name and age.
  2. Count 1-10
  3. Recognize colors
  4. Recognize triangle, circle and square
  5. Match, sort, and name shapes
  6. Sequence objects by size
  7. Locate direction of sounds
  8. Distinguish sound like:  loud/soft, fast/slow
  9. Reproduce simple sequence of sounds
  10. Listen to and retell story in sequence

 

Physical Development

The child will be able to:

  1. Walk forward and backward
  2. Change direction on a line on the floor
  3. Walk on a balance beam
  4. Jump rope with two feet
  5. Move body spontaneously to music
  6. Roll, catch and bounce a ball
  7. Move through an obstacle course
  8. Button, snap, and zipper clothes
  9. Spoon and pour substances like water, rice, sand, or beans
  10. Hold spoon correctly (not fist like)
  11. Substitute “I” for “Me”
  12. Hold scissors correctly in order to cut fringes and straight lines
  13. Hold crayon and pencil correctly (not fist like)
 
 

Social and Emotional Development        The child will be able to:

  1. Talk out and express feelings, likes, and dislikes
  2. Share with classmates and take turns
  3. Express and use:  Please and thank you
  4. Respect the property of others
  5. Relate to peers without hitting or fighting
 
 
Spiritual Development    
The child will:
  1. Know God created everything and everyone
  2. Know that Christmas is Jesus’ birthday
  3.   Know that Jesus loves us and we need to love each other