Preschool (PK3) – Mrs. Heinz
Meet Mrs. Heinz(PK3) Teacher
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Immanuel’s preschool utilizes a pre-kindergarten curriculum throughout PK3 and PK4, with a concentration on readiness skills such as fine motor and gross motor skills, print awareness, phonics and math awareness. Daily activities include manipulatives, arts and crafts, circle time, free play, snack and table time.
Our PK3 philosophy is to teach from the same curriculum while using our own teaching gifts to provide a unique classroom experience.
Current Notes from the Teacher:
Twas the week before Spring Break when all through the place, you could feel excitement and squirrelliness and a crazy fast pace….
The atmosphere is charged and full of fun this week as we work on the letter X and gear up for a week apart. Our Jesus Time story is the story of Palm Sunday when Jesus rode into Jerusalem. We teach kids the entire story of Easter a little early and repeatedly so they can get the details and be prepared when they hear about it and celebrate it in church. Get set for talk of hosanna cheers, bad guys who wanted to get rid of Jesus and then the sad part followed by our happy ending :).
Remember Grandparents’ Day is April 18th, so return those grandparent addresses today so we can invite them officially!
Helpful Links & Resources from the Teacher
WEEKLY NEWSLETTER: 03 21 17 Mrs Heinz News
Our Preschool Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Immanuel-Lutheran-Preschool-East-Dundee-129528920423714/?ref=hl
Our whole School Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/immanuelschooleastdundee/
Our Get Set for School curriculum: https://www.hwtears.com/gss/parents
Our Jolly Phonics curriculum: http://jolly2.s3.amazonaws.com/Catalogues%20and%20Guide/Parent%20Teacher%20Guide.pdf
PK3 Photo Gallery
Below are some various photos of the class and all things involving PK3. Have some pictures you would like to share? For any questions or concerns involving photos, please contact the teacher. Each teacher is responsible for managing all of the photos contained within their own classroom galleries.