It’s Harvest Time at TLE! October’s curriculum theme takes our little learners on a journey down to the farm to discover how foods are grown, harvested, and make their way into our homes. Through TLE's Advanced STEM Curriculum, children will participate in explorations that foster innovative thinking and hands-on learning. They will manipulate garden tools, compare and contrast seeds, experiment with hydroponic planting, get their hands dirty with soil, and categorize farm animals.
Discover farm equipment, learn about various jobs on the farm, and even explore scarecrows.
It's time to compare and contrast seeds and predict what they will grow into.
Discover how fresh, yummy vegetables make their way from the farm to the table!
A fun and exciting week filled with learning about cows, ducks, chickens and horses!
Penny Polite is the prim and proper coach of our Manners program. This month, Penny Polite will take our children on a trip to the farm to learn about table manners and sitting tummy-to-the-table as they enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables.
Your little one will learn how to use a napkin and practice good table manners through fun dramatic play activities with their classmates.
Children are learning what the word "charity" means. Children will discover ways to support a local charity, from making a donation box to collecting canned foods.
It's time to put those gross motor skills to the test! Get ready to square dance, drive an imaginary tractor, and gallop like a horse with Flexi Flamingo by your side.
To support this month’s curriculum lessons at home, talk with your child about what they think life on a farm would be like. Point out familiar animals in your neighborhood and read books featuring farm animals. This is also the perfect opportunity to enjoy a healthy snack of fruits and vegetables together. You may even consider taking a trip to a local pumpkin patch or farmer’s market!