Miss Faught's Weekly Newsletter

Week 20: January 25th - January 29th


WEDNESDAY: February 3rd is the 100th day of school. We are asking that your child come to school dressed as a 100 year old person. We will be celebrating the 100th day of school with many activities!

FRIDAY: Donuts with Dad! 8:00 to 8:3ish.


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This week, we will be focusing on:

All About Dinosaurs

Letter: D

Number: 7

Pattern: ABC

Rhyming words


Mat Man



This week, our theme is "Dinosaurs and the 100th day of school!" Throughout the week, we will be incorporating various activities to introduce the letter D. While at home, have your child spy for items that begin with d. They can also point out the letter d. Ask them if it is a capital or lowercase letter. We will continue to introduce rhyming words. 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 7 and looking at ABC patterns.


"The Letter D Song" Music Video by ABCmouse.com
"Triceratops," Dinosaurs Songs by StoryBots
"Tyrannosaurus Rex," Dinosaurs Songs about the T-Rex by StoryBots
"Stegosaurus," Dinosaurs Songs by StoryBots
"The Number Seven," Number Songs by StoryBots
Rhyme Time (From Hooked on Phonics)
Learning ABC Pattern / What's Next / Part 1 / Snowmen
ABC song/ASL alphabet - American version
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