Eagle's Nest Early Learning Center

Week 10 10/14/16

From the Director's Desk

It's hard to believe that mid-October has arrived! Some of us visited the State Fair of Texas Tuesday. We are happy to announce that one of our retired teachers will share storytelling and fingerplay activities with us. We have practiced our Veteran's Day song everyday. Now we are looking for an audience to hear us sing and watch us play our new instruments.

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This week was very short, but we were thankful to have a day off. We’ve been reviewing our numbers and ABC’s, singing different songs, and learning our letter sounds. We’ve decided to set up a remind account to help us communicate better. Please remember to visit our Google Community as well. We have received quite a few snacks; thank you so much! This week will be Dexter’s turn to bring one gallon of milk and one gallon of 100% juice of (any kind).

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While this has been a short week, it has been a busy week for our class. We have been learning to sing our abc’s and count to ten. On one of our trips outside, we collected leaves. These leaves were used in our discussion on the changing weather and fall. We then used our leaves to make fall art which is displayed in our room. Another fun activity was our new chalkboards. We each have our own, so we can express ourselves through drawing. We are also enjoying learning new songs in music with Ms. Webber. It is a fun time in our classroom! We are so excited about all the new experiences that are still to come!

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We read the book Little Red Hen by Robin C, Fitzsimmons. We are still working on counting to 20 and learning colors. We get better everyday. We are still working on recognizing the numbers 1-10.

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We have had a great week in the infant room. Each infant is trying new things and growing stronger. Our book for the week is Happy Baby-Touch, Feel and Say, Bunny and Friends.

Friendly Reminder

Red Ribbon Week is October 24th -October 28th.

During this week, we encourage children to be drug free!

Monday - "Red Ribbon Day" - wear red

Tuesday - "Hats Off to Being Drug-Free!" - wear a hat

Wednesday - "We Stand United Against Drugs!" - wear red, white, and blue

Thursday - "I Have the Power to be Drug Free!" - Dress like a Super Hero or wear a Super Hero t-shirt

Friday - "Eagles Soar Without Drugs!" - School Spirit