Free Parent and Me Art classes at Altadena
Soccer with Coach Henry
Our Lake Balboa kids have had such blast with Coach Henry from All Star Fitness Kids. Here are some photos and a video of all the fun we’ve had!
Valentine’s Day Tea with A Faery Hunt Children’s Theater
Friday, February 13th 2015
Altadena at 11:00am-12:00pm
Reseda at 2:00pm-3:00pm
Lake Balboa at 4:00pm-5:00pm
For all enrolled students (for those students that are not scheduled for Fridays, we invite you to join us with a parent or guardian)
Working on patterns
OPEN HOUSE – Little Acorns Grow Elementary
Little Acorns Grow Reseda offers a varied and fun curriculum from preschool to 3rd grade. If you’re curious about our curriculum and learning approach join us for our January open house. You will have the opportunity to ask questions, take a look at our newly updated facility and organic playground and meet our teachers. Make sure you tell your friends!
Wednesday January 21st at 9:00-10:00am
Little Acorns Grow Elementary
19000 Saticoy St.
Reseda, CA 91335
Meet our wonderful teachers and staff!
See our newly updated classroom and organic playground!
We hope to see you there!
Lego Stamped Indian Corn Wreath
The Hedgehogs (pre-K) class stamped with Legos to make our class Indian Corn wreath. Great for building a sense of community and working on our fine motor skills.
What to try this at home? Here’s what you’ll need:
- A few lego blocks
- Washable paints (we used brown, orange, red and yellow)
- Green and yellow construction paper
- White paper
Family Field Trip to Underwood Farms
We had a wonderful time at our monthly field trip to Underwood Farms. We learned about farm animals at their fantastic animal show and did tons of playing and running around. Then we took the wagon out the fields where we could pick the vegetables in season; carrots, cabbage, beets, green and yellow beans, broccoli among a few. Such a great place for kids and adults alike.
Fundraiser at The Stand in Encino Thursday Nov 13, 2014!
Fall Sensory Play with the Hedgehogs
Our Pre-Kinder class had a great time exploring our Fall sensory bin.
Children (and adults) learn best and retain the most information when they engage their senses. By giving the students the opportunity to investigate materials with no preconceived knowledge, you’re helping them develop their cognitive, social, physical, creative and linguistic skills.
Here are some of the benefits of Sensory Play:
- Encourages problem solving and decision making as well as basic math skills such as matching, counting and sorting.
- Encourages cooperation and collaborating
- Builds fine motor skills and hand/eye coordination
- Explore our senses
- Provides opportunities for the students to think creatively and build self-esteem
- Students can name and describe objects in the bin encouraging them to use descriptive and expressive language
You can make your own Fall Sensory Bin at home. We used fall leaves, pine cones, dry beans, fall fruit among other things.
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