The Exeter-Milligan TYKE classroom is a busy place, especially on Tuesday mornings when the students can chose from the many different “centers” to learn in together.
Above- Saydee Kassik and Willy Locke decided to write on the white board during their center time.
Below: – Clockwise from the right, Kolton Songster, Braxton Harre and Axel Erdkamp are busy building in the TYKE classroom.
Above – Axel Erdkamp has some serious building to do during center time in the TYKE room.
Below – One of the many things the TYKE preschool students are learning about is colors.
Above – TYKE students have a guide to get their day started off just right!
Below – Brooklyn Lawson plays in the very popular sensory table.
Above – Braxton Harre (far left), Tommy Kallhoff (middle) and Archer Kanode (right) get ready to play together.
Above– Gracelyn Becker makes a puppet for the puppet show the students are planning.
Below – The TYKE students had a unit on clothing and wrote a poem to go along with the session.
Above – From the left, Tommy Kallhoff, Lynn Jurgensen, and Landri Johnson get ready for a puppet show in the TYKE classroom.
Below – TYKE students at Exeter-Milligan back row: Teacher Kristi Most, and Para Hannah Marget. Middle row from the left: Willy Locke, Saydee Kassik, Gracelyn Becker, Tommy Kallhoff, Landri Johnson, Lynn Jurgensen, Brooklyn Lawson and Axel Erdkamp. Front row from the left: Anton Classen, Braxton Harre, Archer Kanode, Kolton Songster, Crosby Oldehoeft and Piper Grummons. Missing from the photo is Archer Engert.
Above – TYKE students have a variety of centers to choose from. In the back, Para Hannah Marget helps Crosby Oldehoeft (left) and Archer Kanode (right) while Gracelyn Becker continues her own drawing project.
Below – Pictured from the left, Crosby Oldehoeft, Piper Grummons, Landri Johnson and Brooklyn Lawson watch a puppet show with teacher Kristi Most.
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