July CAPP Newsletter

Aloha CAPP Friends!

We had so much fun in June! The highlight of the month was our volcano experiment when we learned about the letter V. The students also enjoyed learning all about Jackson Pollock and why he is called "Action Jackson". In July, we will continue learning about different musical concepts, visual arts, dance and tumbling concepts, and preschool learning targets in a fun and engaging way.


Here's on overview of our learning targets for July:

Music- I can count the beat.

Visual Arts- I can share information about and create art in the style of Wassily Kandinsky.

Language Arts- I can show the title of a book. I can find and/or say the first letter of my name.

Math- I can use one-to-one correspondence when counting.


We present our learning targets as "I statements" so that the students internalize concepts, share in the ownership of their learning, and develop a positive inner monologue.

A Few Reminders

Important Action Items for Parents:

Please see the email from Dena about our July 14th Aubrey Library Performance.



Additionally, please look over the CAPP Welcome Slides if you haven't already.



Be sure to bookmark our CAPP Parent Portal, where you will be able to reference important information throughout the year.



Lastly, join our our Google Classroom using code lqotpjp and text 3-DCAPP to 80101 to join our remind texts for updates and information.

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