St John's School

Scarborough

Welcome to Pre Kindy

Welcome to St John’s Pre Kindergarten in 2019

We are very much looking forward to sharing this exciting journey with your  family. Pre Kindergarten is often a child’s first experience in an educational  setting and we believe it should be a happy and posiitve one that fosters a love of learning. We strive to create a caring, safe, stimulating environment to nurture your child’s disposition to wonder, to explore and construct meaning about the world. We celebrate childhood by providing a developmentally appropriate program that values and respects the uniqueness of each.
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All You Need is LOVE

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In Pre Kindergarten, we have been talking about the LOVE that we have for our beautiful families. Our hearts were bursting as we scribed love notes onto the children’s woven hearts they made out of items from nature! We made rose petal love potions in the mud kitchen and baked heart-shaped jam drop biscuits with homemade jam! 

All You Need is LOVE

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In Pre Kindergarten, we have been talking about the LOVE that we have for our beautiful families. Our hearts were bursting as we scribed love notes onto the children’s woven hearts they made out of items from nature! We made rose petal love potions in the mud kitchen and baked heart-shaped jam drop biscuits with homemade jam! 

Bubbles Bonanza

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We noticed that the children were relishing our bubble explorations during our morning meeting circle and this sparked an investigation into bubbles. Each day we sing a welcome song and invite the children to say their name before popping scented bubbles. We have been dancing to bubble songs that target self-regulation strategies, whole body movements and hand-eye coordination. While outdoors, we used florist wire and sticks to create our very own bubble wands to take home. We will continue to make more wands next week and investigate what makes the bubbles pop!