Miss Faught's Weekly Newsletter

Week 18: January 11 - January 15


I have enclosed a list of classroom supplies that we are needing in your child's folder. I'd appreciate your support! :)

Supplies needed:

  • Paper Plates
  • Cotton Balls
  • Shaving Cream
  • Salt
  • Buttons
  • Foil

Frozen Friday!

In order to celebrate winter weather, we will be having a Frozen Day! Your child may come to school dressed as their favorite Frozen character. Another option is for your child to wear white and blue. :)


If you haven't already done so, please join SeeSaw. It is a wonderful tool that allows me to share pictures and videos of our learning in the classroom. It is completely private and the pictures/videos of your child go directly to you.

Here's the link to learn more about it:


Many parents have already signed up and have really enjoyed it so far! Please let me know if you have any questions.


Click the link below if you would like to be a classroom reader:


This week, we will be focusing on:

All About Winter Weather

Letter: W

Color: White

Number: 5

Shape: Review all shapes

Compound words


Mat Man



This week, our theme is "Winter Weather!" Throughout the week, we will be incorporating various activities to introduce the letter W. While at home, have your child spy for items that begin with W. They can also point out the letter W. Ask them if it is a capital or lowercase letter. Compound words will be introduced. We will also be focusing on identifying, building, and writing our names. Some kiddos have mastered writing their first name. Those that are ready will begin to writing their last name. In math, we will be learning about the number 5. The color white will be introduced and shapes will be reviewed.


"The Letter W Song" by ABCmouse.com
ABC song/ASL alphabet - American version
Mittens Song for Kids | Winter Song | Colors Song
compound boogie
The Opposites Song
"The Number Five," Number Songs by StoryBots
Little Snowflake | Super Simple Songs
Phonics Song 2

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Miss Faught

"Great teachers empathize with kids, respect them, and believe that each one has something special that can be built upon."
Ann Lieberman