Volume 10 | March 25, 2020
Today's News from Denise and Tammy

Dear Parents,

We miss all of you and your children very much, but are encouraged to hear from the teachers that everyone is doing well and staying connected virtually. As we navigate through this new reality, we want you to know how much we care about our community and if you have any requests that would make our daily newsletter more useful, we are happy to hear from you.

Please keep safe and healthy and we look forward to seeing all of our children's smiling faces soon!

Warm regards,
Denise and Tammy
Please continue emailing us your children's photos and comments to share on our social media accounts for the children to see their friends!
IG: @bethamearlychildhoodcenter
Please note that all of these emails are available on our website for you to refer to as needed: The Beth Am ECC Virtual Playroom Newsletters
Nursery Notes
Sing "Old McDonald Had a Farm" with Morah Danielle
Morah Amber singing
"Five Little Ducks"
Morah Belinda Reading Hand, hand, Finger Thumb

Parpar Points
Morah Karla reads us Dinosaur on Passover
Morah Claudia teaches us the first verse of
"Mah Nishtanah"
Tzipor Teasers
Click on the following link for an extra Toddler Stretching Exercise
Morning circle and the story "I Have Four Questions" told by
Morah Margo
Morah Diana reads Ten Apples Up On Top
Morah Sudha leads us in a spider art activity
Gamal Goals
Morah Karen leads us in making a monkey snack
Morah Ale leads us in the "We're Going on a Bear Hunt" movement activity
Arieh/Gesher Activities
Arieh/Gesher Calendar Circle Time for 3/26 (Circle time will be led by a different teacher each week)
Arieh/Gesher Tefillah Circle Time to be used daily (Tefillah will be led by a different teacher each week)
Red/Yellow Arieh Letter V Vegetable Game.
Click here to print corresponding sheet
Morah Shiri Leading us in Passover songs.
Click here for the printable words to the songs
Blue Arieh/Gesher Letter X Song
Blue Arieh/Gesher reviewing our
snap words
Learning Without Tears  
All of our Arieh and Gesher classes utilize the Handwriting without Tears program. During this period of school closures, the company has made free resources so students can keep the learning going. They are also providing free resources to help parents and caregivers support learning while children are out of school.