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Dear Pre-K Families,

The upper and lower case “Tt” was introduced this week.  We discussed the sound the letter makes and thought of many words that begin with the sound the “t” makes.  Many of the children are reading the words on our letter chart we make each week!  The children made a “Tigger the Tiger” puppet.  Another page was completed in our alphabet book.  They cut out “ten tiny tulips” for their garden.

We had a very special visitor come to our class this week.  “Miss Tallulah” came to our class to teach us about “Tea Party Etiquette” (A.K.A Miss Sheryl!  Check out the Facebook page!)  The boys and girls had a great time eating the letter “T” cookies Miss Tallulah baked and learned great manners while they were drinking their “tea” with their pinky’s up! We all had so much fun!!

Our class was anticipating the arrival of a leprechaun here at school.  Everyone made their own leprechaun and named their leprechaun, which is decorating our classroom.  The boys and girls discussed what they would do if they could actually catch a leprechaun!  We have been reading many stories about St. Patrick’s Day.  The girls and boys couldn’t wait to see if anything happened to our classroom!  As they came up the stairs they saw that our classroom was turned upside down by the leprechaun!  We found our table was moved into the room with the toys, the chairs were knocked over, and green footprints were everywhere!  There were big ones and little ones on our exit door, the tables, chairs, and carpet had footprints, too!!! We even had green milk and cookies, as well as green bagels for snack!!!  We went outside to try and catch the leprechaun, but “he” was too fast for us!  We saw green feet, but couldn’t catch the leprechaun!  When we came inside we found gold coins and chocolate all over our classroom!  What an exciting day!!!

We were able to enjoy the playground this week when we had a taste of spring at school!  We are all so excited to change our Seasons Tree to Spring!!!  We are counting down the days!

We completed another page in our “All About Me” book.  The children had to draw their family as well as their pets.  They are really paying attention to detail while they draw now.  Just wait until you see this book in June.  It is a great keepsake!

We will begin our unit on Dinosaurs next week.  Each child will create their very own, very large dinosaur mural!  This will be a work of art as well as a work in progress!  The children are so excited to discuss dinosaurs.  We will be studying six different types of dinosaurs in depth: Velociraptor, Tyrannosaurus-Rex, Stegosaurus, Pterodactyl, Apatosaurus, and Triceratops.

We have also begun finally celebrating the start of Spring!!!  We will happily be sending home the children’s winter projects!  The boys and girls have made a spring bulletin board titled “Walking Through Spring.”  Their feet were painted different spring colors, which we cut out and hung on our door.  They made gorgeous flowers as well.  We will also be making butterflies, umbrellas, and a large class bumblebee!

Next week we will continue working on our dinosaur mural, and discussing the changes that come along with the season of Spring.

Enjoy your weekend!

Warmly,

 

Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

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Dear Pre-K Families,
We introduced the letter “Ss” this week. The children made a “Silly Scarecrow” puppet and practiced writing the letter “Ss”. They also thought of many words that begin with the letter “Ss” including our friend Savannah!
Our class has been enjoying the beautiful spring-like weather this week! We are changing our classroom over from Winter to Spring. Beautiful kites are hanging up with the 100 squares each child glued on as well as their large leprechauns hanging all over our room. We have begun creating our spring creation for our door. We will say goodbye to the penguins and hello to flowers, butterflies, and many other spring decorations! We will be painting the children’s feet to hang up as we “walk through spring”.
The girls and boys have been practicing reading their site words as they write in their journal. All throughout the day we reinforce the sounds of each letter to help your children recognize words and read words.
We are constantly reinforcing the children’s fine motor skills. They are now cutting out all of the pieces to every project and puppet that we make. The class practices writing on a daily basis as well. We are also constantly counting throughout the day. Many of the children love to be challenged with questions that require adding and subtracting. I am so proud of all of the effort and hard work your children put in every day. They have come very far from where they started in September. Just wait to see their progress by June!

I hope you enjoy your weekend!

Warmly,
Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

Reminders:
*Thursday, March 17 we will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
Please try to have your child wear something green.
*Friday, March 18 we will have our annual “Tt” Party!
*Wednesday, March 23 we will celebrate Spring and Easter with a party. Please feel free to send your child to school with a peanut free treat for our class.

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Dear Pre-K Families,
We introduced the letter “Rr” this week. The children made a “Randy Robot” puppet. We discussed the sound the letter makes and the children thought of many words that begin with the letter “Rr”.
The boys and girls had such a great time celebrating the 100th day of school last week. Each child had a turn counting out the 100 items that they brought in. The boys and girls had fun counting and stringing 100 beads to make their “100 Day Necklace”. They also counted 100 colorful squares, which they glued on to make a kite in preparation for Spring!
This week we have been enjoying many different Dr. Seuss books and celebrating Dr. Seuss as both an author and illustrator. Our class has a lot of fun reading his books and listening for all of the rhyming words. We have also been learning about weather. We have read many books about clouds, volcanoes, and tornadoes. We also read It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Shaw. Each of the children pretended to be scientists by going outside and discovering the type of clouds that were in the sky each day. They also saw that the clouds could look like many different things, as shown in the book we read. Each child made their own cloud picture with white paint and interpreted the end result. Some children saw a butterfly, a rocket ship, a honeycomb, and a leaf. When we were outside we saw thin wispy clouds, or cirrus clouds as well as cumulus puffy clouds on the past few sunny days. On a snowy day the class saw stratus clouds, which were lower in the sky and gray. The entire class has thoroughly enjoyed learning about weather and making observations each day.
The highlight of our week was making volcanoes and watching them erupt! The children were fascinated as each child took a turn combining baking soda, vinegar, and red food coloring, pouring that into a bottle surrounded by soil. The “lava” came bubbling up and pouring down the “mountain”. We really enjoyed learning about all types of weather this week!

Enjoy your weekend!

Warmly,
Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

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Dear Pre-K Families,

            We introduced the letter “Nn” this week.  The children made a “Nancy Nurse” puppet and thought of many words that begin with the letter “Nn”.  They also practiced writing the letter “Nn”.

            This week we read a story called The Mitten Tree by Candace Christiansen.  Our class painted a large tree and then each child made a matching pair of mittens to hang on the tree.  Some children painted their mittens, some colored them, and some glued different things on their mittens.  We discussed what a “pair” of something means and that the mittens must look like each other.  We also read a book called Snip, Snip, Snow by Nancy Poydar.  Each child cut out and created their very own snowflake, which we displayed in our classroom.  The girls and boys are always so proud when they see their work all around the room!

            All of the children learned about magnets this week.  They went on a “magnet hunt” using magnets of all different shapes and sizes.  The boys and girls had a great time exploring the different things in our classroom that the magnets were attracted to.  They learned that these items contain iron.  I read the book, What Is A Magnet by Franklyn Bradley.  We then painted using magnets!  A piece of paper was placed inside of a box with a few round magnets and some different colored paint inside of the box.  Then the child held onto a strong magnet and held it under the box which then caused the round magnets to be attracted to the large magnet which then caused the round magnets to move all around the paint on the white paper!  The children thought this was absolutely amazing!  These paintings are hanging up in our classroom.

            The boys and girls completed another page in their “All About Me” book and also began a book called “Where Do Animals Go In Winter” which will come home next week.  We are discussing hibernation and migration to coincide with this unit.  We will also discuss “Ground Hog’s Day”.

            It was great to meet with many of you this week to conference about your child.  I am so pleased to witness the tremendous growth in each child.  You should be very proud of your children!

Just a few reminders:

  • February 12, Friday is our Valentine’s Day Party. Please feel free to send in a valentine for each friend in our class, as well as a treat for our party.  Please remember, no lollipops and please keep the snack “nut free”.  We will also wear pajamas to school on that day in recognition of the letter “Pp”!  Miss Sheryl will also make pancakes for us to enjoy.  What a fun day that is sure to be!
  • After the February vacation (Feb.15-Feb.19) we will celebrate the 100th day of school on Friday February 26. I will be asking your child to bring in 100 items that can fit into a one gallon Ziploc bag.  Your child will count out the items in school and we will have a party for the 100th day!  We have been talking about this special day since we began school in September!

Enjoy your weekend!

 

Warmly,

Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

 

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Dear Pre-K Families,

We introduced the letter “Ll” last week and the letter “Mm” this week.  We thought of many words that begin with the letter “Ll” and realized Miss Lori begins with the letter “Ll”.  The children made a “Lionel Lion” puppet and practiced writing the upper and lower case “Ll”.  They also made a “Minnie” or “Mickey” Mouse puppet.

Our class has been talking about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We have read books and also learned about him from our “Weekly Reader”.  The girls and boys feel very strongly that the laws back then were extremely wrong and unfair.  Each of the children made a picture depicting their idea of what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stood for and they wrote their thoughts as well.

We have begun a unit on “The Five Senses”.  Last week we focused on the sense of “taste”.  We baked banana bread.  The children devoured the banana bread that each of them helped to bake.  We spoke about the fact that baking used more than one sense at a time- we used our sense of smell, sight, touch and taste!  Last week we also made shakers for the sense of hearing.  We took turns speaking softly then loudly, covering our ears and doing this all over again.  The class had so much fun doing this activity!  This week we discussed the sense of “touch”.  We made snow playdoh!  The children loved this activity.  We have continued to cover each of the five senses and you will see their book come home today!

**Please sign up for Parent Teacher conferences on January 27.  A note came home with your child last Wednesday.

Enjoy the weekend!

Warmly,

 

Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

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Dear Pre-K Families,

We welcome back all of your children from our winter break.  We hope all of our families enjoyed their holiday time together!  Your children were so excited to tell us how their parents enjoyed the holiday gift the children gave all of you!  All of the boys and girls were so excited to see each other.  They were telling each other that the month is January and the New Year is 2016!  Each of your children shared some of their special thoughts from their winter vacation at home with their families.

We are back into the swing of things here at Red Robin.  Winter has finally made its arrival!  We began discussing winter and how animals live in the cold months.  We used the smart board to learn about penguins.  The penguins were so adorable when we saw the babies hatch.  The children were pretending to be penguins and took turns waddling around the classroom.  We read a story about an adorable penguin Cuddly Dudley by Jez Alborough.  We also used the smart board to learn about the changes in climate from one season to the next.  The girls and boys saw what happens to water (a liquid) when it is poured, and how it flows and changes its shape.  They also saw what happens when water freezes (a solid) and how all solids keep their shape.  We discussed that the temperature needs to be below 32 degrees Fahrenheit in order for water to freeze.  Our class made an ice skating pond for our door and made their own penguins on ice skates to decorate the pond!  The children love seeing their work displayed on our door!  To go along with this unit, we read Lets Find Out, weekly reader.  We learned about how some countries use ice to build with!  None of the children could imagine living in a building made out of ice!!!

We introduced the letter “Kk” this week.  We thought of many words that begin with the letter “Kk” and realized that two of our friends begin with the letter of the week-Kamran and Miss Kristine!  Each child made a “Kooky Kookaburra” puppet and practiced writing the upper and lower case “Kk”.

We made our winter tree this week for our “Seasons Tree” project that will come home in June.  We decorated the tree with snow paint and glitter!  We also read the book called Snowballs, by Lois Ehlert.  Each of the girls and boys made their own snow person.  Some children made a “snow mommy”, a “snow dog” or themselves as a snow person.  We are all enjoying being back together here at Red Robin.  We have been very busy having fun and getting smart at the same time!

Enjoy your weekend

Warmly,

 

Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

 

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November 13, 2015 News Flash from Miss Lori’s Pre-K Class

Dear Pre-K Families,

The upper and lower case “Ee” was introduced this week.  We discussed the sound the letter makes and discussed that the letter “Ee” is a vowel.  The children know a vowel makes two sounds, the long “e” and the short “e” and that the long “e” says its name.  In addition, each child made an “Ellie the Elephant” puppet and wrote the upper and lower case “Ee”.

We took a beautiful nature walk this week while we enjoyed the gorgeous weather!  The boys and girls collected different colored leaves, acorns, pinecones, twigs, and pine needles.  I read a book called Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert.  The book shows how blowing leaves and fall items can look like all different things when put together.  Some pictures the children found were a chicken, a turtle, a bird, and a duck.  Your children thought about what they wanted to create using the items they collected during our walk.  Some ideas were a flamingo, a duck, a butterfly, a cat, themselves, a Mommy, a cow, and a flower!  Their work of art is hanging up in our classroom for all to see!

We discussed “opposites” this week.  I had a puzzle containing many opposites and the class had to figure out which picture was the correct opposite to each picture.  The girls and boys were laughing so hard when I had them “perform” opposites such as “front, back, stand, sit, happy, sad, laugh, cry, left, right, awake, and sleep”.  Ask your children about this!  Together we made our “Class Book of Opposites.”  Children chose an “opposite” to illustrate for their page in our book.  They had a great time doing this and had a lot of fun taking turns reading the book!

Lastly, we made a “Very Important Information” book for each child containing their address, phone number, and first and last name.  This is something I will go over with them during circle time regularly in order for your children to know this very important information!

Next week please send your child to school with a paper towel roll and a pinecone for a special project we will be making for Thanksgiving.  Please remember no school for your children on Wednesday, in honor of Veteran’s Day.

Enjoy your weekend!

 

Warmly,

 

Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

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Dear Pre-K Families,

The upper and lower case “Cc” was introduced this week.  We discussed the sound the letter makes and thought of all kinds of words that begin with the letter “C.”  In addition, each child made a “Cowboy Curly” puppet and wrote the upper and lower case “C.”  We read books that begin with the letter of the week as well.  A favorite was If You Give A Cat A Cupcake by Laura Numeroff.

I want to thank all of our families for helping your children with the wonderful homework that I am seeing each day!  Your children are always so excited to take their homework out of their folder to show to me.  I love all of the different pictures that I see for each letter as well.  Your children really seem to enjoy Show and Tell.  They can’t wait to stand in front of their classmates and “show and tell” all about their special item from home.  Their friends then have a chance to ask and answer questions all about it.  Surprisingly, the boys and girls are not shy while they are standing in front of the class!!

The excitement is in the air ever since we changed the month on our calendar to October!  We all know that Halloween is coming.  We have been doing a spooky pumpkin finger play with the class, which they love, although, they scream so loud at the end each time!

We will be making large pumpkin people which will decorate our classroom.  We will be making a pumpkin name puzzle next week as well.  Our class has been talking all about pumpkins- where they grow and what is inside.  We talked about opening up a class pumpkin and seeing what is inside.  We are going to roast the seeds inside as well as cook something with the pulp from the pumpkin.  Speaking of cooking, we made cat cookies for the letter “Cc.”  The cookies were delicious!

Our number book is well under way.  We will be finishing it next week.  Wait until you see it!  The book is all about fall.  Every number page requires the children to recognize the number, write the number, and count up to that number.  They use their fine motor skills to cut, glue, write, color, and paint each page in the book.  This book is a special work of art and is great keepsake for your child and you!

Lastly, we read the book Corduroy by Don Freeman.  The boys and girls decorated Corduroy’s face and cut out his outfit all by themselves!  Their bears are adorable.  We also have huge leaves decorating our room.  The children used fall color finger paints to decorate them.  Our classroom looks so festive!

Enjoy your weekend!

Fondly,

Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

Reminders:

Picture Day October 21 and October 22

Class Trip to Hicks Nursery Friday October 23.  Please make sure to send back the permission slip if you have not done so already.

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January 24, 2014

News Flash from Miss Lori’s Pre-K Class

 

Dear Pre-K Families,

Due to the snowstorm this week, we will be continuing the letter “O” through the end of next week.  However, we decided to take advantage of all of the snow outside!  We bundled up, went outside, and filled up a large bowl with snow.  The children “hypothesized” what they thought would happen to the snow after they came back from lunch.  They discovered that the heat melted the snow a little bit after one hour.  By two hours, the snow turned into liquid!  They had so much fun doing this experiment!!  We also made “snow playdoh”!  We used white paint, glitter, flour, water, salt, and oil.  The boys and girls had the best time making it, mixing it with their hands, and then playing with it!!

Lastly, I read a book called What Magnets Can Do? by Allan Fowler.  Each child picked a magnet and went on a magnet hunt throughout our classroom, the hall, and the bathroom.  We wrote down what each person discovered their magnet stuck to on a chart.  We then did “magnet painting.”  We put a piece of white paper in a shoebox.  The children scooped different colors of paint onto their paper and then placed three magnetic marbles on top of their paper.  They picked up the box and moved a large magnet underneath the box, moving the marbles inside the box in any direction they chose!  The expressions of shock and amazement on the children’s faces were priceless!!!

Next week we will continue with the letter “O.”  Next Friday, Jan. 31, 2014 we will celebrate the Chinese New Year.  Please feel free to send your child to school in RED.  Friday, February 7, 2014 is our “Pajama Day” for the letter “P!”  Please send your child to school in pajamas.  Miss Sheryl will be making us special pancakes!!!  We are so excited for this!  It is truly a fun and memorable day.  (If your child is hesitant to wear their pajamas, please pack them in their backpack, as they will probably change their mind when they get into school.  Lastly, the Friday before vacation, February 14, 2014 is our “Valentine’s Day” party.  Please feel free to send in a treat for everyone in our class, remembering we are a nut free school.  If your child would like to make Valentine’s for all of his/her classmates, please feel free to do so.  We will have a Valentine “mailbox” for the children to mail their valentines to each other, beginning on Monday, February 10th.

We have many exciting events coming up before our Winter Break (February 17-21)

Enjoy your weekend

Fondly,

Miss Lori & Miss Kristine