Rooms 6 & 7 friends are ending 2022 with bang by creating festive holiday art and decorating a yummy treat.
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Kerry Forest Pkwy
N Umberland Drive
Shamrock Street S
Killearn Plaza Circle
Deer Lk E
Deer Lk S
Timberlane School Road
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Accredited preschool located in Northeast Tallahassee providing high quality early childhood educati We strive to build a sense of the group as a community.
We are a locally owned and operated accredited preschool in Northeast Tallahassee providing a full day, year round high quality early childhood education to children ages 18 months to 5 years. (License # C02LE0222)
Experiences during the first five years of life are extremely important in influencing each child’s eventual intellectual and personal development. Annsworth Academy dedicates its effo
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In a sea of red and green, friends all around the school gathered around the table for food, fun and fellowship. From sprinkles to peppermint covered rooftops, our snack parties were a hit.
Thank you to our special reader for coming and reading to our Room 9 friends!
Room 1 friends painted wreaths as a fun holiday art project. Then they used blocks to build tall towers. How fun!
Room 6 friends took part in making Rice Crispy Treat from beginning to end. They shaped them into trees and topped them with festive sprinkles and enjoyed.
It's beginning to look a lot like the holiday season around our little school. Room 7 friends added to the festivities with their art creations.
Smelly jars for the win! Cinnamon, orange peels, and peppermint provided a sensory treat for our Room 4 friends.
Last week was a busy one for the books. From exploring the 5 senses with an array of items to all things Holiday, these friends had a blast.
Lemons - $1.29. Limes - $0.89. Room 1 friends exploring the sour taste buds - PRICELESS! These cute little faces say it all.
Room 9 friends shined bright on a rainy day. From counting to 100 to the Turkey Hokey pokey, these friends displayed their song and dance skills.
Room 8 took to the concrete stage to show their parents the song and dance moves they have been learning. Followed with some sweet treats with some sweet friends.
This week is all about our 5 senses. Room 2 explored their sour taste buds with lemons. Those bright yellow citrus fruits were well received with a few puckered faces mixed in.
Room 6 friends learned about the Cornucopia and its meaning. Then they mixed up some yummy fruit and filled their "cone-ucopias'. It was a sweet addition to learning!
Room 9 friends enjoyed yummy special letter snacks for letters I, J and K. Congratulations to this week's letter challenge winners!
Room 7 friends put their fine motor skills in action to make dreamcatchers. Both Room 6 & 7 friends decorated feathers at home to bring back to make a turkey for their class.
A busy November for Room 10 friends. From building to making bread, there was no shortage of fun and learning. Thank you to our special reader, everyone enjoyed the book you shared.
Room 10 friends showcased their singing and dancing skills during their Parent Program. Almost halfway through the school year and they have learned so much. These kids did a fantastic job!
Room 2 friends showed off their talents at the art easel. These little artists created works of art worthy of any gallery. Great job friends!
Friends in room 1 and 2 tasted a popular Thanksgiving dish. The used their senses to explore and enjoy some yams.
Room 9 enjoyed making name turkeys and cracking pecans for Brown day. Not only did these activities provide great fine motor practice and literacy, the children got to hear the "K" sound while cracking the pecans. Thank you to our special reader who came and read to our class today.
Don't forget to wear your brown tomorrow!
Please help us support the Tree House Shelter’s pantry by bringing in non-perishable (canned and boxed) food items to Annsworth. The Tree House is also in need of new or gently used children’s clothes and basic supplies for children ages 11-17 years old.
Our food drive will run through Tuesday, November 15th.
This week's letter I cup winners in Room 9, plus some super fun learning!
Rooms 6 and 7 experienced some favorite fall activities. S'mores, apple tasting, and other classroom fun with some learning sprinkled in.
Rooms 3, 4, and 5 friends went on an edible bear hunt. They put their fine motor skills to use and made a yummy fall treat using graham crackers, raisins, bananas, and peanut butter. Delicious!
This week while reading and discussing classic stories, Room 9 friends had the opportunity to bake fresh bread. They learned the importance of working together and enjoyed the fruits of their labor. Lots of other activities kept them engaged in their learning.
Today, we kick off our food drive to collect non-perishable food items for the Tree House Shelter’s pantry.
Tree House of Tallahassee, Inc. (https://treehousetallahassee.org) serves abused and neglected children in Tallahassee and surrounding counties. Though many children brought to Tree House are victims of domestic abuse, there are a wide range of reasons a child may be placed in one of two homes operated by the organization. Increasingly, children whose parents have lost their jobs and are financially unable to support them are being placed in the homes until a more stable permanent environment is available. In all cases, the individuals and families involved receive the counseling they need while the children live in a nurturing environment and continue with their day-to-day routines.
Please help us support this worthy organization by bringing in non-perishable (canned and boxed) food items to Annsworth. The Tree House is also in need of new or gently used children’s clothes and basic supplies for children ages 11-17 years old. Our food drive will run through Tuesday, November 15th.
What a fun day all of our friends had today! We had snack parties, sensory games, cookie decorating, and so much more to celebrate all things Fall. A special shout out to all the parents that came and help set up and participate in the good time! Remember to be safe tonight and have Happy Halloween!
Shaving cream is always a winner in the art of messy sensory play. Room 2 friends make it look so fun!
Room 3 friends were not afraid to get their hands dirty while cleaning out a pumpkin. The carved Jack-O-Lantern will be a great addition to their snack party!
This week's Room 9 Word Challenge Cup Winners and E, F, G, and H letter snacks. Plus, some pumpkin playdough fun!
Look who is getting in on the action! Our cutest little Room 1 pumpkins are all about some pumpkin fun!
Who knew Room 8 was filled was Scientists? Lots to be discovered when comparing shapes, sizes, and colors of pumpkins. There is no shortage of learning opportunities around here!
Room 5 friends carved their pumpkins after picking one from the patch. They worked together to clean it up and turn it into a silly Jack-O-Lantern. Such a fun experience!
Room 10 friends know how to win Fall! Cool weather provided lots of outdoor play and exploring. A science breakdown on a pumpkin with an opportunity to feel the slippery seeds and other Fall activities to learn and grow from.
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