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  • an educational institution for children too young for elementary school
  • Preschool education or Infant education is the provision of education for children before the commencement of statutory and obligatory education, usually between the ages of zero or three and five, depending on the jurisdiction.
  • A nursery school
  • (preschooler) a child who attends a preschool or kindergarten
  • Furniture + 2 is the most recent EP released by American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was recorded in January and February 2001, the same time that the band was recording their last album, The Argument, and released in October 2001 on 7" and on CD.
  • Large movable equipment, such as tables and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for living or working
  • Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment
  • A person's habitual attitude, outlook, and way of thinking
  • furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
  • Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.
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Alpha Omega Horizons Preschool Complete Multimedia Set AOP
Alpha Omega Horizons Preschool Complete Multimedia Set AOP
Perfectly complimenting the Preschool Curriculum Set, the Multimedia Set contains videos, CDs, and CD-ROMs that coordinate with lesson themes. With these engaging multimedia additions, students will grow in understanding concepts and developing motor skills. Included in this must-have package are the following series and titles: The Amazing Series (audio CDs): The Amazing Book, The Amazing Children, The Amazing Miracles Music Machine® Series (audio CDs): The Fruit of the Spirit, All About Love, The Majesty of God Music Machine Series (DVDs): The Music Machine, Music Machine: Benny's Biggest Battle Bullfrogs and Butterflies Series (audio CDs): I've Been Born Again, God Is Great, God Loves Fun, God Is My Friend Agapeland Adventures (audio CDs): Nathaniel the Grublet, Sir Oliver's Song, The Birthday Party, The Story of Little Tree Character Builders Series (DVDs): Volume 1 (Obedience, Self Control, Goodness, and Faith), Volume 2 (Honesty, Responsibility, Thankfulness, and Gentleness), Volume 3 (Sharing, Kindness, Politeness, and Joy), Volume 4 (Confidence, Love, Patience, and Peace) Kingdom Under the Sea® Series (DVDs): The Return of the King, The Red Tide, The Gift Rev-Up Series (CD-ROMs): Rev-Up for Writing, Rev-Up for Arithmetic, Rev-Up Reading Miscellaneous (audio CD): Once Upon a Christmas.

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Sharing Foundation Fall 2008 Newsletter
Sharing Foundation Fall 2008 Newsletter
Roteang Preschool Srey Leap, just 4, really looks forward to her daily preschool session. After breakfast, she runs down the path from the Orphanage to our preschool building with about ten other children eager for the first session of the day. Head Teacher Kim Phuong says that Srey Leap is very smart, never naughty, and is particularly helpful to classmates. Srey Leap especially enjoys rhythm band, and our recently donated Cambodian wooden xylophone. When asked, she says her favorite thing about school is “cutting”, that is working with scissors and paper, a newly acquired skill for this 4 year old. She arrived 3 years ago severely ill with pneumonia and HIV, was immediately hospitalized for over 10 days, and just barely survived. She is now very healthy, on the twice-daily meds she will require through her whole life to control her HIV. She will be one of the new residents of our girls’ dorm at Roteang, once it is completed in the fall. We are very happy to have this lovely child among us. Our preschool, in front of our main orphanage, was built 4 years ago with funds donated by the Florida-Georgia Lutheran churches, as the result of another drive by Denise Gosch, an indomitable elementary school teacher at St Paul School in Lakeland Florida, who has organized a yearly drive for something for TSF for the last six years. The building was equipped with furniture made at the Japanese land mine craft shop, thanks to funds given in memory of an adopted girl’s Grandmother. Every game, musical instrument, and project has been donated and hand carried, mostly from the USA. The original supplies were brought by Robin Jean, a long time Montessori teacher in the USA, and current Board member. Robin also did the original training of the preschool teachers. We now have three sessions of school, six days a week, and all children over three years go to one of the sessions. First in each class comes “circle time,” where Kim Phuong, and her two assistants often demonstrate a new toy or skill. The children sing a song or two, and then they start their individual tasks. Each child gets out a small mat, and then a project such as a puzzle, dominoes [to match spots], or paper and rubber stamps to work on in their space. Today making handprints in many colors on big sheets of paper with one of the teachers overseeing is a popular activity. But each child is free to pursue whatever activities he /she chooses; the only requirement is that each child cleans up and puts materials back in its place on bookshelf storage before starting something new. The children are amazingly good about working neatly and always picking up with out being reminded. Children love painting at the easel, marching around the classroom playing our rhythm band instruments as a group, or singing along with CDs of children’s songs. We have an almost infinite number of games using Khmer and Roman alphabets and numbers, and books galore. Art materials are available, from sidewalk chalk to markers, to several kinds of paints. The school atmosphere is really bubbling with happy kids, and, when they approach 1st grade, they are already way ahead of most Cambodian counterparts.
Wow, I leave the internets for a bit, and get tagged by my entire friend's list. XD Thank you.¦ 16 things about me: 1. I miss my platinum hair. 2. I wish I wasn't so skinny. 3.I grew up in an Indiana town, had a good looking mama that never was around. 4. #3 is a lie. I was born in an Alaskan village that was only accessible by boat and plane. My mom was always around, she couldn't leave. 5. But I do love Tom Petty. Not ashamed. 6. I studied puppetry when I was younger, and could have gone to NYC to apprentice one Sesame Street, but didn't. I'm glad I didn't go now, though. Muppets no longer run the show, computers do. :( 7. I love me some Swedish fish and Yoo-Hoo. I like to consume these things late at night when I'm sewing. 8. I like to do silly dances, but not in public. Sometimes I don't even notice I'm running manning out of a room. 9. I'm a former preschool teacher. A lot of the children had special needs, and there are often times I feel I had more patience with them than I do with Jehu. :/ 10. I wish I could sing. 11. I'm allergic to a lot of fruit, which sucks, because I totally feel like that hypochondriac in grade school, now. 12. I've listened to "Aeroplane Over The Sea" by Neutral Milk Hotel so much, I'm going to have to buy the record for the third time, because I keep wearing it out. 13. I have 13 letters in my name. 14. I like buying furniture that requires assembly, because I love building things. 15. I once worked at a dog mushing supply store. How is that for a stereotype? 16. When I was little, I didn't like dolls. I liked to sleep with a softball, and played with matchbox cars. YOU'RE ALL TAGGED! Unless you don't want to be.

preschool furniture supplies
preschool furniture supplies
A+ Childsupply Coat Locker No.F8062
Coat Locker for Kids. Cubbies above and below to hold tote trays, kids lunch, shoes and others with natural wood color. Moisture and stain resistant. Made of strong and durable plywood; 5 lockers with double hooks. Includes 5 cubbies and 5 boot cubbies. Cubbies above and below to hold tote trays, kids lunch, shoes and others with natural wood color. Moisture and stain resistant. Measurements: 54" L x 11.8" W x 47.6" H Weight: 88.2 lbs.

Measurements: 42" L x 12" W x 54" H Weight: 79.4 lbs. Measurements: 48" L x 12" W x 54" H Weight: 92.6 lbs. .