Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Special's Schedule

Our children will be enjoying the following specials each week:

        Monday                                 Tuesday                   Wednesday                Thursday

Discovery Education                        P.E.                       Spanish                        Music

It will be a great year filled with fun learning!

Ms. Barb

Sunday, August 26, 2018

One of my favorite quotes!

"We must teach children how to think, not what to think"- 
M. Mead 

Saturday, August 25, 2018

ABC Schedule


Parents: Use this list as a guide when it is your child’s show n tell day. Show n tell items should begin with the letter indicated below:

SEPTEMBER:   S  (school, Sept., summer, sand seashells)
                              G  (girl, gingerbread)

OCTOBER:         F  (fall, friends, family)
                               H  (Halloween)

NOVEMBER      N   (November, Native American)
                               T  (Thanksgiving)   

DECEMBER       D  (December)
                               C   (Christmas, Christ)

JANUARY           J    (January, Jesus)
                              W  (Winter, weather)
                              K/Q (king, ML King, queen)

FEBRUARY      *cont.  K/Q (king, ML King, queen)
                               V  (Valentine’s)
                               R  (red)

MARCH              L   (lion, lamb, leprechaun)
                              P    (St. Patrick)

APRIL                 Vowels: A-E-I-O-U
                              B (bubbles, butterflies)

MAY                               M  (mom, May)

?Questions? email Ms. Barb

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Check out this site for books about the environment:

Happy almost Earth Day!

Thursday, October 26, 2017

How Many Letters in our Names?

We read the book "Chrysanthemum" today. The kids were fascinated by how long her name was! We compared how many letters were in our names with hers. 

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Is It Behavior or Sensory Issues?

A great article for parents and teachers regarding children's behaviors, possible learning issues, and easily understandable explanations about how sensory processing can impact your children.
The main thing is this is not a big deal in a negative way. This is good information to help YOU understand your child.