Setting the Stage – MADE (March 2019)

This month, we will begin laying the foundation for some very important future conversations around the subject of sexual integrity. Before we ever talk with kids and teens about what to do and not do with their bodies, we need to start with who made their body and why that makes them so valuable.

And a great place to start is now, in the preschool years, with this simple but powerful truth—God made me.

Preschoolers need to learn now that they are wonderfully made by God, in His image. This makes them very important and motivates them to respect themselves and others.

The Welcome Center and Hallway
We’re learning all about the most amazing thing God made this month, and we’re making lots of fun things too! Fill your halls with color using bucher paper, plastic tablecloths, and mylar balloons. You can also find printables in your Environment Art file to help fill the walls with two-dimensional building blocks.

Cover your welcome center tables with a bright, yellow tablecloth. Add some block structures or even a vase filled with building blocks for some fun.  Fill some clear jars with small, colorful blocks and use those to hold your pens.

Visit the March 2019 MADE board on Pinterest for more ideas on decorating your environments!

The Stage
There is LOTS of building with blocks in the scripts this month so make sure to have a table and tubs of blocks for the host to use. You can add other creations you’ve made ahead of time to fill corners and add texture to the stage.

Fonts
The fonts used in First Look curriculum are: Avenir and Archer Pro
The letters in this month’s theme art hand drawn, but complimentary fonts are: Clicky Bricks or Lego Brix

Spotify Playlist
We created a Spotify playlist featuring our First Look songs for you to use in your environments and share with parents.

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