Mrs. Bryer's Class Newsletter
Wednesday is an early release day~ 12:45 dismissal
Book Character Dress Up Day
If you would like your child to make you some homemade applesauce, you will only need 4 ingredients. Apples (cored), brown sugar, and cinnamon. I added about 1/4 cup of water to help it not scorch until the apples produced enough juice to cover the bottom. I did not peel the apples, most were ok with that, but you know your child. Some would not eat the peels even though they were cooked down into the applesauce.
We have worked on magic c letters (a, Cc, d, g, Oo, q). These are letters that start with a c and turn into something else. For example, the d is a little c, helicopter goes up, up, and runs out of gas and falls straight back down to the ground. The importance here is that the c is facing the correct way.
We have also worked on frog jump letters (B D E F M N P R). These are letters that start with a big line down, frog jump to the top and then add something. For example, the B is a big line down, frog jumps to the top, little curve, little curve.
While practicing letter formation of the magic c letters and the frog jump letters bring in the capital or lowercase partner. You write one and let your child add its counterpart. Review letter name and sound as well. Use the letter linking chart as a reference.