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Work Time in Shady Spot

November 26, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Using fine motor skills to shape Playdough.

Using fine motor skills to shape Playdough.

Interacting together during Work Time.

Interacting together during Work Time.

Listening to Misty read stories

Listening to Misty read stories

During Work Time in the Shady Spot classroom, the children engage in a variety of activities.  Throughout the activities, the children interact with each other and their teachers, and sometimes work on solving problems when a conflict arises.  In these pictures, you can see the following Key Developmental Indicators represented: Listening and Responding, Initiative, Taking Apart and Putting Together, Exploring Print, and Moving With Objects.  That’s a lot of learning!

About Katie Kresta
Pond Infant and Toddler Head Teacher Katie Kresta is originally from Toledo, Ohio and moved to the Ann Arbor area in May 2009. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from Eastern Michigan University. Katie has been with Gretchen’s House since June 2009. Katie enjoys playing sports when she has free time – anything outdoors. When time outdoors isn’t an option, she enjoys snuggling up with a good book.

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