Lynn Valley Parent Participation Preschool is proud to host its annual Pumpkin Patch on Saturday, October 19th, 2019, from 11 am to 2 pm. The school will be transformed inside and out into a Halloween and Fall carnival. Bring your whole family for another year of fun! Wear your costumes, enjoy the activities and cherish spendingContinue reading “The Great Pumpkin Patch”
Spaces available! Our 4s class for 2016-17 has 1 space available. Contact enrollment at EnrollmentLVPPP@gmail.com to register.
They hatched! Our cute little chicks hatched and the kids loved watching them take their first steps and play together in their incubator.
The countdown is on until our chicken eggs hatch! We are incubating our chicken eggs again this year, the kids are so excited but practicing great patience as they wait 21 days until the little chicks break out of their eggs. Stay tuned for an update and photos of the adorable baby chicks!
We are so lucky to have such great parents at our preschool, Weston’s dad Quincy has made the kids a magnetic wall to play with in our playground! They have so much fun exploring different ways to play with it!
Last Spring we received some toad eggs from a friend in Squamish. We watched them develop from eggs into tadpoles and there was a lot of excitement as we watched them get bigger and bigger eating frozen lettuce. Eventually they developed back legs and over the summer they grew front legs, absorbed their tails andContinue reading “Toadally awesome!”
The 4’s class is being joined by ECE-trained music teacher Ryan Sloan every other week for the next while. The class loves his mix of dancing, singing and playing rhythm instruments. Ryan gets the kids moving and grooving. His laid-back style leaves a lasting impression with the children. Alumni of LVPPP remember his songs yearsContinue reading “Music Mondays”
A fall highlight of living on the North Shore is watching salmon conquer the mountains and make their way up stream. Our teacher Nicola tries to bring in a salmon for the children to explore and this year we were lucky to have to giant salmon donated to the school so both classes could enjoyContinue reading “A fishy experience!”
There was a great opportunity to engage the children last week with some dry ice science. They explored sublimation with soap, warm water and dry ice. The classroom was overflowing with spooky fog and the children were delighted.
Spaces available! Our 3s and 4s classes for 2016-17 have 1 space available each. Contact enrollment at EnrollmentLVPPP@gmail.com to register.