This month literally blew right by! There were days at recess I was worried we would blow away with how strong the wind was! We survived and learned a lot as well! We finished our letters of the alphabet, which was such a great accomplishment for the students. We learned so much about spring and the weather. We also had so much fun exploring the church and learning about all the objects we see everyday. Check out our newsletter for more details!
March blew in and flew right by! Between Spring Break and Easter, we didn't have many days in the classroom, but we sure made the most of them. My favorite thing we did was learning about Easter Week and all the fun activities we did. Between water color painting, making play dough crown of thorns, and learning about the Stations of the Cross, the students were able to explore what Easter is all about.
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The month is short, but the list of activities is not! February has flown by and we were oh so busy! From Groundhog's Day to President's Day and everything in between, the preschoolers were cutting, gluing, and creating with projects galore!
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We were so excited to come back from Christmas break and get back into the groove of school! We have been non-stop this month, whether it's playing math games, making winter or snowmen crafts, or learning our letters. The students have really been having fun! Check our the newsletter for more details of our month!
Catholic Schools Week is January 29-February 2. Here are the themes for each day.
Monday, January 29- Crazy Head to Toe Day - how crazy can you dress???
Tuesday, January 30- Dress Up Day - wear your fanciest outfit!
Wednesday, January 31 - Pajama Day - comfy all day long!
Thursday, February 1 - Cougars T-shirt/Jeans Day (or a black/red shirt) - show your school pride today!
Friday, February 2 - Color Wars Day - Preschoolers wear GREEN shirt and jeans!
We will continue to collect food for the Manna House this week. Looking forward to a fun week!
December has been a fast and busy month! There's so many wonderful activities, books, crafts, and service projects you can do this month. And although we had fun reading Gingerbread Man stories and making reindeers, I hope the students found the most fun in learning about Jesus' birth. It's such a wonderful story that never gets old. So as Advent draws to an end, I hope everyone takes a moment or two to read the story of Jesus' birth, or ask your student to tell it to you!
We have so much to be thankful for this month! We had so much fun coming up with things we are thankful for along with learning about pilgrims, Indians, and our different traditions we have for Thanksgiving. We tackled two long stories in the bible this month, Joseph and Moses, and began learning the Our Father.
We are also gearing up for Advent as we wait patiently to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
Have a blessed holiday season!
What a busy month! The Preschoolers were busy learning about farms, fire safety, and pumpkins. Not to mention celebrating Halloween! We also listened to and learned about Creation, Adam and Eve, and Noah's Ark. The students have been working on cutting, coloring, and glueing while we whip up some amazing projects! We are so excited to move into November and focus on being thankful!
Make sure to check out the October Newsletter for more details of our month!
Book Fair is this week! Come check it out before or after school!
Monday, Oct. 23- 7:30-8:00AM and 3:30-4:30PM
Tuesday, Oct. 24- 7:30-8:00AM and 3:30-9:00PM
Wednesday, Oct. 25- 7:30AM-12:30PM
September was SUPER! The students worked on fine motor, spelling and writing our names, shapes, colors, and began Letter of the Week. We have had so much fun reading books, making crafts, enjoying our centers, and getting to know our friends even more. This month we also focused on GOODNESS by being "bucket fillers" to our friends. We are eager to move into October and get ready for PUMPKINS!
The preschoolers continue to be super busy and have so much fun as well explore and learn about our senses, apples,colors, shapes, and begin to tackle the alphabet. Next week, we will be celebrating the Archangels (September 29) and our Guardian Angel (October 2). Students are starting to learn our first prayer, the Guardian Angel Prayer. We are also working on the Sign of the Cross and how to genuflect.
Guardian Angel Prayer
Angel of God, my guardian dear
To whom God's love commits me here.
Ever this day, be at my side
To light and guard, to rule and guide.
What a great beginning to our school year. It has been such a joy to get to know my new students. They are a great and fun bunch. We have been busy already working on classroom manners, expectations, and routines in our classroom. We have also read some wonderful stories and made some great projects. We will be busy, busy, busy all year long! Please check back often as I will try to update with pictures and special happenings in our classroom. I will also always post our monthly newsletter!