Today we had a very special visit from the San Antonio Police Department. The boys enjoyed the puppet show the police put on for us. We learned several important lessons.
Officer McGruff taught us about stranger danger. He told us that if a stranger wants us to go with them we should say, "No, No, No!" Even if the stranger promises us candy, a toy or to visit with a puppy, we should say, "No, No, No!" He also said we should learn the name of the street we live on and the first names of our parents.
The puppets also taught us to call 911 if we need help from the police or fire department. It was a great show and each child walked away with a police shield sticker.
Back in the classroom we learned more about trucks and the types of jobs different trucks can do. Of course the trains were still out and continued to be a big hit!
The boys and I are really looking forward to our Wheels Day celebration Friday. They can't wait to ride their bikes together and maybe even have a little car wash. We will meet you out under the portico at the entrance to the church at 11:45 for a picnic lunch and some free wheeling fun! See you Friday!
Here you will find little snippets of our days together. When my children were in preschool and would come home I would always ask, "So, what did you do today?". All they ever said was, "Played." That didn't tell me much. I hope this blog will be a place to share what we have done and help you ask more directed questions of your child. You will see first hand just what we do after you kiss your little one goodbye in the morning. It will also be a great place to visit and see just how much your child has grown and learned throughout the year.