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Vice Principal - Nicole Grillo, Ed.D.

Welcome February! Please take time to explore our Early Childhood Learning Center Website where you can find updated information and keep up to date on classroom and school wide news and events. 

 Remember to check your child’s folder each day for important notices and reminders.


Preschoolers love to ask questions and play games that involve the many aspects of math. Here are a few ideas on ways to incorporate math at home:

·        Cooking Fun!  Your child can help fill, stir, and pour.  Through these activities, children learn, quite naturally, to count, measure, add, and estimate.  

·   Laundry Fun!  Make household jobs fun.  As you sort the laundry, ask your child to make a pile of shirts and a pile of socks. Together, count how many shirts and pairs of socks. 

·        Finding Shapes.  Point out different shapes and colors you see during the day.  On a walk, you may see a triangle-shaped sign that’s yellow.  Inside a store you may see a rectangle-shaped sign that’s red.  

·        Count and sort.  Gather together a basket of small toys or other objects you may have in your home.  Count the objects with your child.  Sort them based on size, color, or what they do (i.e., all the cars in one pile, all the animals in another).  


Informational Website: 

Families who have children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often look for tips on how to handle the many different challenges that may arise. Real Life Tips for Kids with Autism is a series of practical videos and resources requested by families and presented by the experts at Children's Specialized Hospital. Here is a link to the informational website:


Please feel free to stop by my office or contact me if you have 

any questions or concerns. 





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