Children's House Weekly Newsletter
Mrs. McLean, Mrs. Arleo, & Ms. Sasha
Squeezing oranges to make orange juice is a great way to strenghten the muscles of the hand.
Using the Moveable Alphabet helps the child develop phonemic awareness skills. Understanding how sounds are put together to make words is an important pre-reading skill.
Children love using the Sensorial materials to explore dimension and form.
December 14, 2015
The Kindergarten children are progressing nicely in developing their independent work skills. This week they began using Keep Books to help increase their sight word knowledge. They also have been given notebooks with short daily instructions to complete each day. After the break, these Keep Books will be sent home weekly to be completed at home. More information will soon follow.
Please take the time to send in an updated change of clothing for your child. The weather has, or should be changing, and some of the children have grown since September. Also, please keep in mind that the classroom tends to be very warm. The children tend to be more comfortable in thin layered clothing rather them sweaters.