Early Childhood

Mrs. Lavarreda and Ms. Madden

January 10, 2018

Happy Monday to all of you, we hope you’ve had a great weekend. We’ve finished last week learning some interesting facts about Antarctica; we’ve talked about its location, weather, and how icebergs form. We now know Antarctica is the windiest and coldest place in the world and our students are fascinated about this fact. We are looking forward this coming week to continue our study on Antarctica; we will learn about animals of Antarctica and The Arctic, different kinds of icebergs, and we will start talking about whales. Our kindergarten students started their new unit on the atmosphere; they talked about the water cycle and the formation of clouds.

Important skills learned during last week:

  • Students received a lesson on how to assemble a flashlight.
  • Students are learning how to dress up a baby doll (favorite work this week!)
  • Our shelves have now several winter works including puzzles, and sorting winter objects by color, shape, and size.

Don’t forget:

  • Return Monday folder, mat cover, and lunch/pizza form on time.
  • Our overnight event is scheduled on Friday, January the 19th; important information went home inside Monday folder. If you have any question please contact us.
  • Please check your child’s cubby and change extra clothes and shoes for weather appropriate ones if you have not change to do so. We appreciate your help.
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Have a great week!

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