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Who Do You
See at School?

Create a binder to help children get to know the adults at school. First take a picture of all the adult helpers children will encounter each day at school. Mount a picture onto each page and add that person's name and job. Then write next to each picture

"Little one, little one,
who do you see?
Mrs. Smith, the director,
is looking at me."

and so on.

Share the binder with children at circle time. Ask them to repeat the reply from each page. Children will love taking part in the rhythm and rhyme and will soon know who everyone is.



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Sue LaBella, Education World's former early childhood editor, is a former teacher who loves writing activities and poems for young children. She lives in Connecticut with her family and her bulldog named Daisy.


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