The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
Nursery School  



Classes
Where is Brazil?
Olympic Rings
Training a Healthy Athlete
Sportsmanship
Closing Ceremony
Dive Into Summer Camp
Understanding how our bones and muscles work, how to stay healthy, graphing our favorite exercise, and learning about some handicaps that make it harder to walk and run.
Learning about wheels and axles, how ramps affect momentum, touch on gravity and force… & yes, we will have races!
Discovering which animals may climb or dig finding food, shelter, or protection. We’ll even “dig” to plant some flower bulbs that will hide for the winter.
Finding how wheels can make our work easier. We’ll also highlight bike safety!
Researching vehicles with big wheels, “take a bus ride”, count train cars, and build monster trucks.
We’ll explore things that fly and build our own aviation apparatus then measure how far they can fly and how fast.
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The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
Learning all about our brain, challenging our brain, and making personal thinking caps.
Learning about our skeletal system and how it helps protect our amazing brain; lot’s of counting with our 206 bones.
Learning about our circulatory system. We’ll make a classroom size heart; follow our blood stream (exchanging oxygen for carbon dioxide), and exercise to keep our heart healthy.
Follow your nose and explore our sight, sounds, smell, touch, and feelings. We’ll even focus on handicaps, such as losing a sensory organ, or having physical handicaps.
Discovering making good choices for our bodies, we’ll compare food labels, discuss natural foods vs. added chemicals; exercise and rest—all good for our body. We’ll even make a first-aid kit, in case we get hurt.
We’ll learn how to help with chores, and make gifts for those less fortunate than us.
Monday 1/9/2017
Monday 1/23/2017
Monday 1/30/2017
Monday 2/6/2017
Monday 2/13/2017
Monday 2/27/2017
Monday 3/6/2017
Monday 3/13/2017
Monday 3/20/2017
Monday 4/3/2017
Monday 4/10/2017
Monday 4/17/2017
Monday 4/24/2017
Monday 5/1/2017
Monday 5/8/2017
Monday 5/15/2017
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
It's all about Penquins
We’ll become meteorologists: study temperature; explore Matter (solid, liquid, gas); ….and discuss the good and bad of winter (Miss Janet’s favorite season!)
how to adapt and survive in the chilly winter!
to study Arctic land animals.
learning about whales and other winter water friends.
skating/hockey (and how ice affects the skates); ice fishing (how do those fish survive?); and building a snowman (can we really stack spheres?)
Elephants and Rhinos
The Cats: leopard, cheetah, tigers, lions…
Giraffes and Zebras
Monkeys, and how are we like a monkey?!
Kangaroos and koalas
Pandas
We’ll dive into the ocean and explore bodies of salt water and compare fresh water. We’ll test if the pirate ship can float, and how the Mermaid can live under water.
Something smells fishy…we’ll learn all about fish, including their lifecycle; go fishing; eat fish; even act like fish!?
It’s a shark?!…we’ll learn about these beautiful creatures of the sea, and how they’ve been around for millions of years.
Ever meet an Octopus? Today we will find how many things are different between us and an octopus, and of course, we’ll do lots of counting….with eight!
A day at the beach! We’ll collect and study shells, sand, make waves and create an ocean scene with our sea friends.
GSNS Under the Big Top Summer Camp 2017
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
The Lunch Bunch program allows morning students to stay until 12:15 and afternoon students can be brought to school at 11:45.
REPTILES…We’ll introduce the “dinosaur” meaning—terrible lizard-- and learn what are the attributes of a lizard (in both past and present times).
PALEONTOLOGISTS…we’ll become scientists studying fossils and life before us. We’ll dig for fossils and make “fossils”. We’ll begin researching different dinosaurs, and learn a theory on how they became extinct.
CARNIVORES…we’ll study the meat- eaters highlighting the T-rex, Velociraptor, and Allosaurus.
HERBIVORES… We’ll study the plant-eaters highlighting the Triceratops, Stegosaurus and Apatosaurus.
Life Cycle of a dinosaur, and further research on the “terrible lizards”!!
Theories on Extinction…we’ll explore changes to the Earth, internally like volcanoes and earthquakes, and externally like meteors.
Monday 9/16/2017
Monday 9/25/2017
Monday 10/02/2017
Monday 10/09/2017
Monday 10/16/2017
Monday 10/23/2017
Monday 10/30/2017
Monday 11/06/2017
Monday 11/13/2017
Monday 11/20/2017
Monday 11/27/2017
Monday 12/04/2017
Monday 12/11/2017
Monday 12/18/2017
We’ll huff and puff…and introduce the Three Little Pigs story, then create and compare houses. Materials, building, and designing a home is what we’ll study. How many logs and bricks will it take? We’ll also calculate and “buy” our supplies.
The Three Little Pigs habitat…..what is a pig sty like?! We’ll study and understand habitats, including the habitats of some of the pig’s friends.
Huff and Puff? I doubt you’re a big, bad wolf! We’ll review the Three Little Pigs and learn the difference between a pig vs. a wild boar, as well as the difference between a wolf and coyote….plus, we’ll distinguish between a pet and a wild animal.
Ol’ McDonald had more than pigs. We’ll talk about different farm animals, and even harvest some crops!
That’s quite a farm! Today we are architects and will design and build a barn.
This Little Piggy went to Market…we’ll focus on economics (buying and selling), and counting money. We’ll even make products to sell at the Farmer’s Market (or save for a Holiday gift).
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
Lunch Bunch Program
We’ll have a geography lesson to find South Korea; introduce what the winter Olympics are; begin our “Olympic” training; have an opening ceremony.
Discover the Olympic rings and their symbols; find and highlight 3 more participating countries and their flag; continue Olympic games focusing on measuring distances, clocking speed, and counting goals
Training a healthy athlete. We’ll talk about diet, sleep and exercise; learn more Olympic sports; identify 3 more country’s flags; and graph scores.
We’ll identify athletes and how sportsmanship will make them winners in life; identify and create three more flags; use good sportsmanship with our own Olympic events.
Identify 3 more countries flags; learn about some of the USA athletes.
Finish races; learn 3 more flags; receive important medals; create a newspaper with our own Olympic highlights.
Monday 1/8/2018
Monday 1/22/2018
Monday 1/29/2018
Monday 2/5/2018
Monday 2/12/2018
Monday 2/26/2018
Monday 3/5/2018
Monday 3/12/2018
Monday 3/19/2018
Monday 4/2/2018
Monday 4/9/2018
Monday 4/16/2018
Monday 4/23/2018
Monday 4/30/2018
Monday 5/7/2018
Monday 5/14/2018
Why take care of our environment? We’ll focus on water, soil and air, plus make musical instruments out of recycled materials.
Eating “Green” isn’t just Veggies! We’ll compare products with different packaging, choose foods that are good for the environment and our bodies, and perhaps taste some green veggies!!
Conserving Trees and Recycling Paper. We’ll understand why trees are important, and make paper from recycled paper.
Composting and other Earthly Matters! We’ll begin to compost as we learn about organic matter, but avoid putting chemicals in the soil. We’ll experience what happens with erosion, too.
Water is not just for swimming. We’ll find 3 states of matter with water. Learn to use less water while brushing our teeth, and compare bottled water vs. tap—both as a water resource and containers in landfills.
We’ll dive into the ocean and explore bodies of salt water and compare fresh water; and build ships and row boats to see what will sink and float
Something smells fishy…we’ll learn all about fish, including their lifecycle; go fishing; eat fish; even act like fish!?
Shark Week…we’ll learn about these beautiful creatures of the sea, and how they’ve been around for millions of years.
Ever meet an Octopus? Today we will find how many things are different between us and an octopus, and of course, we’ll do lots of counting….with eight!
A day at the beach! We’ll collect and study shells, sand, make waves and create an ocean scene with our sea friends.
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  • I.  April 8: Where is Brazil?
    We’ll have  a geography lesson; introduce what the summer Olympics are; begin our “Olympic” training; highlight team USA and several athletes.
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