Wildcat Cub Newsletter

Classroom News From Mrs. Johnson

Anchor book for the week:

How do you make a sandwich? Lettuce, cheese, tomato, salami, and so much more. Sam's sandwich explores the layers of a sandwich with some extra surprises.

What's happening this week???

This week we will explore what it means to make a sandwich.

  • What do you need to make a sandwich?
  • How do you assemble a sandwich?
  • Finally, we will make sandwiches.

How dramatic play helps children learn:

  • Children learn about themselves and the world around them.
  • Children work through real life issues that can be scary or confusing, such as going to the doctor or dentist.
  • Children develop complex social and emotional skills like conflict negotiation.
  • Children cultivate relationships with one another.

Explore and discover something new with you child every day!

Tired of drawing with crayons and building with blocks? Get creative and use your child's favorite foods to make Food Art! Help your child arrange their favorite foods into a picture on a large plate. The two of you can create a flower, a train, or a beautiful piece of abstract art, the possibilities are endless. The real fun begins when you get to eat your masterpiece.

Head Lice

With hat and coat season on it's way, the health room asks that parents continue to check their student's head for head lice on a regular basis. Head lice are small insects (2-3mm) that live on human heads and lay their eggs (nits) close to the scalp. Head lice infestations are a common problem for children. Head lice are not a sign of poor hygiene nor do they spread disease. If you have any questions or do find head lice, please contact the health room at (816)986-2462.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, November 24th - Family Feast (AM ONLY)

Thursday, November 26th - NO SCHOOL

Friday, November 27th - NO SCHOOL