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****DON’T FORGET****

COSTUME DAY & HALLOWEEN PARTIES WILL BE ON Wednesday OCT. 31ST  

 

BIRTHDAYS THIS MONTH:

MS. DONNA ON OCT. 5TH

                                    

FALL FESTIVAL on FRIDAY OCTOBER 26, 2018 from 5PM-7PM. BRING A FRIEND!!

 

SCHOOL WILL CLOSE AT 4:30PM!

 

 

Infants

Our theme for October is Cars, Trucks, and Trains. Our colors are Orange and Black. The shape of the month is Pentagon and the baby signs are Drink and Thirsty. The Nursery Rhyme is “How many colors do you see”. We will be doing Halloween art as well. Have a great October! Don’t forget Costume day!

Toddler I

Our theme for October is Wheels. Our colors are Orange and Black. The shape of the month is Pentagon and the baby signs are Drink and Thirsty. Our song is “The wheels on the bus” and our nursery rhyme is “Itsy Bitsy Spider”. We will be doing many crafts, art projects, and activities with wheels, fall, Halloween, etc. Let’s have a great October. And don’t forget costume day and Halloween parties on Oct. 31ST.

 

   

 

 

Toddler II & Pre-School I

We trust that you have enjoyed hearing about our animal friends. We will be learning about two to three new animals each month. Our preschool activities include both indoor and outdoor play times. The indoor play time is a time of learning to play and share with others. Fresh air and the outdoor activities on the playground equipment help to develop healthy bodies. October will be a wonderful month of learning in our class. We learned to recognize basic shapes and numbers, and we are counting 1-15. The children have enjoyed working on fun crafts, such as painting the paper-plate clown, while learning to follow step-by-step instructions.

 

 

Pre-School II

We will be learning about two to three new animals each month. As your child brings home their writing papers each week, you may wish to ask them to sing the songs that go along with the letters. Our preschool activities include both indoor and outdoor play times. The indoor play time is a time of learning to play and share with others. Fresh air and the outdoor activities on the playground equipment help to develop healthy bodies. October will be a wonderful month of learning in our class. Your child will enjoy working on fun crafts each week, such as the paper-plate clown. This fun activity teaches the children to follow step-by-step instructions. They will be able to tell you the names and sounds of the letter Cc and Dd. We are counting from 1-20 and are learning the concept of number 3.

 

 

Pre-Kindergarten

The weather is chilling. There is excitement in the air! This is the season for the fair. No doubt your child will soon receive a "free' ride at school on his teacher's Ferris wheel. The children love to pretend they have a ride when they can tell the correct answer about a letter or number to their teacher. Children love games, and the repetition they get is essential to proper learning. The children are settled into the routine of school. Some of the rooms have begun a class science project. Several classes will plant some seeds. The children are eagerly awaiting the first sign of green to appear. Writing is a special time each day. Aren't they proud of their work? It is so much fun that some of the children want to write letters rather than draw when free art time comes.

 

 

 

Transitional Kindergarten

During the month of October, we will be doing Fall and Halloween art. We will also be learning more character values and community helpers. We are learning new phonics words, rhyming words, and a new poem. We will continue to count to 100 and go over our multiplication numbers 10’s and 5’s. We are also starting to count and learn about money, who’s on it, and how much it’s worth. Please remember to check your child’s folder in the classroom everyday at pick up time for important papers.

 

 

 


Youth

This month we will learn about telling time and we will work on reading comprehension.  Also, we will learn about the history of Columbus Day and we have a lot of fun activities, projects, and crafts planned out for October. Such as making leaf people, Columbus Day activities, Halloween art projects, etc. We will also learn about seasons changing and we will gather, sort, & identify leaves. We will be able to explain why leaves turn colors in autumn and record the length of daylight during autumn. We will record the temperatures and incorporate leaves into art forms. We will be studying early colonial life and the influence of climate & land on human activity. Don't forget costume day on the 31ST.

 

 

 

 

 



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