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Dear Pre-K Families,

We had a busy week learning all about the letter “Aa”.  We discussed the sound the letter makes and thought of all kinds of words that begin with the letter “Aa”.  Your children made an “Al the Alligator” puppet.  We also began “Show and Tell” this week.  The boys and girls really enjoyed coming up to show their special “Aa” Show and Tell.  They loved talking about it, and answering questions from their peers!

Our class tasted 3 different types of apples and we graphed each child’s favorite taste and color.  After completing our chart, we discovered by counting, that yellow apples were our class favorite.  As we cut open each apple, the children saw that a star is inside of every apple with seeds inside of the star.  After this, we sliced and peeled 10 apples, added water, sugar, and cinnamon to make applesauce.  Our class loved doing this activity together.  All of the children “hypothesized” what would happen to the chunks of apples after they were blended with the applesauce ingredients.  Our class observed how a solid can turn into a liquid!  This class activity was so much fun as we incorporated both math and science.  The children said the best part was eating it afterwards.  We also read a book about apples.  The girls and boys learned how apples grow and all about the job of a farmer.  They also learned what an apple orchard is.  Your children are excited to go apple picking!

We will be decorating the door to our classroom by painting a beautiful fall tree next week.  Apples and leaves were painted and they will be hanging on our tree.  Your children are very proud of their artwork!  The girls and boys loved feeling the paint as they finger-painted.

We have begun writing in our journals.  The sight word for the week is the word “at”.  We made the “at family” and came up with many rhyming words just by putting a letter in front of the word “at”.  Your children were so proud of themselves as they all helped to read the word family.

Have your children demonstrated their new way of communicating without speaking???  I hope so.  They have been having Sign Language lessons with Miss Sheryl every week.  We started off color signs last week and your children picked it up so quickly!  This week with the introduction of the letter “Aa” we learned the sign for the letter as well as, alligator, ape and airplane.  We think it’s such a fun way to reinforce our alphabet and reading readiness skills.

We are very proud of your children for all of their hard work they are exhibiting, both in school and at home.  We are happy to see their homework that is coming in each day.  A few reminders about their homework: 1. Please make sure to use pencil, unless the directions specify to “color”.  2. Please make sure when writing their name, as well as any words, to use an uppercase letter for the first letter of their name and lowercase letters for the remaining letters.  Thank you for all of your support!!!

Next week we will be starting the letter “Bb”.  We would like to wish everyone a happy and fun fall weekend.

 

Warmly,

 

Miss Lori

 

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Dear Pre-K Families,

      What a great week we had in Pre-K!  The boys and girls have met new friends and have begun adjusting to a new routine!  After just a few days, the children come upstairs, take off their sweaters or jackets, if they have them, put them in their backpacks, take out their lunch and folders, and hang up their backpacks.  They are quickly becoming independent, boys and girls.  We are constantly using everyone’s names so that we quickly become familiar with each other.  We played a getting to know you game as well, called “Doggy, Doggy Where’s Your Bone?”  One friend will hide his or her eyes while another friend sits on a bone.  No one tells the child who hid his or her eyes which friend is sitting on the bone as they guess the names of the children who might be sitting on the bone.  We had a lot of fun playing this game!

      I hope that you have all enjoyed the work that has come home so far.  Your children had a great time water coloring the picture of the boy or girl they were given as they told me what their favorite activity was at school.  Your children also completed a worksheet by drawing themselves, their favorite food, color and favorite thing to do.  You will find this in their folder.  Our class has also started making their “Summer Tree” for “Season’s Tree Chart”.

      I have truly enjoyed our Circle Time with the class.  Your children are excited to learn and they have all paid close attention as we discussed the following topics: 1. The date, month, day of the week, number to put on the calendar, and the year; 2. The “teacher helper” (this is a job), who takes a rubber ball for each day that we are in school and place it into a container.  We will be doing the every day, counting cumulatively until we reach the 100th day of school; 3. The alphabet, names of the months and seasons.  Finally, during Circle Time the children will work toward recognizing and spelling their names on their attendance cards.

      I have begun writing with your children.  We started off this exercise drawing straight lines, slanted lines, and curved lines.  All of these shapes make up the letters of the alphabet!

      We are thoroughly enjoying the lingering summer weather.  The children are having a blast on the playgrounds.  Inside the classroom, we also had lots of fun.  The children have been working with all sorts of puzzles (sometimes in a team effort!), playing with play dough and singing songs to CD’s.  Much more fun is in store, so please stay tuned.

     I am very happy with the way our year has begun.  All of the children are laughing and smiling when they are in school.  As always, please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or concerns you may have at (516) 334-1144.  Enjoy the weekend!

 

Warmly

Miss Lori

 

*Reminder– Please make sure to send in a labeled pocket folder with your child every day.  I am also still waiting for a few pictures of your children to put on our bulletin board.

*Important Reminder– Please make sure to read the labels of the food items sent to school.  All foods must be peanut and tree nut free.  Additionally, the labels cannot read that food was made in a plant that contains nuts.

*** School closed next Thursday, September 21st & Friday, September 22nd for religious observance.

 

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Hello Families.

Your children really enjoyed their first day(s). Although this week is a short one; we are going to get to know one another through songs, playtime, snack, art projects and books. The weather forecast for the week is a bit iffy. Weather permitting, we can go outside and play on the playground using our large muscles (gross motor skills). If not, we will sing and dance to music and just have fun inside.

This week we will introduce our routines: the calendar, weather chart, the shape of the month (a circle), and the color of the month (yellow), and circle time. We will learn our days of the week song, our weather song, and The Wheels on the Bus. We will be singing a lot this year, so don’t be surprised if your child serenades you in the car or at home.

If you have not already sent in your child’s picture, family picture, change of clothes, diapers/pull-ups, wipes, sweater/hoodie, old t-shirt to be used as a smock, and shoe box; please send it in as soon as you can. It doesn’t all have to come in on the same day.

We will send home a book order this week. There is no obligation to buy anything. Next month, we will introduce our Rainbow Catcher. More specific information will come home about it then.

Looking forward to a great week and a great year!

Miss Louise, Miss Enedina, & Miss Kristine

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Hello families,

We hope that you enjoyed the long weekend. This week marks our first full week. We have begun to become familiar with our routines and are starting to follow directions more easily. We will finish taking pictures and begin using our attendance cards by the end of the week. Last week we assigned the jobs of weather helper, dressing Froggy, and calendar helper. This week we will add sweeper and plant water.

This week we will introduce the “letter A.” Now that fall has officially arrived, we will stamp with apples, taste apples, and bake with apples. We will read books about apples, acorns, squirrels and pumpkins.

Some reminders: While the weather is still nice, we will go outside as often as we can. Please put sunblock on your child in the morning before putting them on the bus or bringing them to school.

Last week, we sent home Scholastic Book Club orders. They are due at the end of the week. You can   order online or send in your order. If you do send in an order form, please make out your check to Scholastic Book Clubs. You are not obligated to order. There are wonderful books available at your local library, Barnes and Noble, Toys R Us, and many other places.

If you haven’t already done so, please send in a picture of your child. We have displayed them on our birthday bulletin board. We would also like you to send in a family picture for our Cozy Corner. Also, if you haven’t sent in extra clothes in a shoebox, and an old t-shirt for a smock, please do so by Friday.

 

Please remember to label everything that your child brings to school. Labeling everything makes it easy for us to return items to the right child. Label backpacks and lunchboxes on the inside. Label containers, water bottles, sippy cups, etc. with a nametag or a piece of masking tape with your child’s name on it.

Next month, our new color of the month will be orange. As such, we will begin celebrating Rainbow Catcher Thursday and Rainbow Catcher Friday. We will send home a letter that explains how it works. Please try to dress your child in something orange on those days. It could be a stripe on a shirt, a barrette or ponytail holder, a design on a sneaker, etc. Our Rainbow Catcher will receive an orange bag to fill with orange things found in their home to share at circle time.

Miss Louise, Miss Enedina, and Miss Kristine

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Dear Parents,

            We are proud to announce the long awaited arrival of our five butterfly larvae. We are observing them eating and growing now and are eager for them to begin spinning their cocoons. All of them have been named! In order to do it fairly, Miss Sam put the children’s name selections into a hat shook it up, and I withdrew five. We are proud to introduce “Joey” (Josef’s pick), “Ana” (Stella and Cydni’s pick), “Anaisa” (Anaisa’s pick), “Anmay” (Anmay’s pick), and “Aurora” (Dora’s pick). We check on them daily and anxiously await their transformation into Painted Lady Butterflies! Metamorphosis is a pretty big word for these little students. Ask them what it means.

            The magic is just a flutter away as we wait for our caterpillars made from recycled egg cartons to emerge from their paper cocoons. Last week some of the children voiced restlessness. They said, “It’s taking too long for the caterpillars to change”. I would gently remind them that these things take time and that the result will be worth their wait. As parents, I’m sure you can empathize with the daily impatience shared by the children. A similar impatience often accompanies the endless responsibilities of raising a child. We impatiently wait for the potty training nightmare to be a thing of the past. We become anxious for kindergarten because going grocery shopping or going to the bathroom ALONE sounds like a heavenly prospect! Like the children, while anticipating the next milestone we need to be patient enough to treasure each moment. In the blink of an eye it all changes. Those days which may seem to take an eternity, pass all too quickly. The realization comes that moments are truly fleeting and the days we wished away are now gone forever! Your children are spreading their wings! Hold onto them for as long as you can before they fly away.

            Our Community Helper theme is going strong. We are so appreciative of our parent involvement. Young children have very active imaginations and get scared very easily. Realizing that, Donovan’s daddy, a volunteer firefighter with the Mineola fire dept., stopped by on Monday to show the children what a firefighter looks like in full gear. His special equipment included a heavy hard helmet, flame resistant coat and pants, leather gloves and an air tank and mask. The children not only became familiar with the equipment, but also enjoyed taking turns trying it on!!! In addition to that, Mr. Pratt taught the children about the dangers of fire and what to do if ever they are involved in one. It is so important to teach young children that even in odd-looking gear, a firefighter is a very important friend who could help them to safety. For the remainder of the afternoon, the children practiced situations from the grown-up world in a setting that was safe & secure. Using materials found in the classroom, the children got very creative. Wearing their red plastic fire hats, the children crawled around, rolled on the floor, and even lined up chairs to make a pretend fire truck. They remembered that if a door is hot they shouldn’t open it but instead, look for another way out. Watching some of them touch the door with the back of their hand was incredible and I was truly thankful it wasn’t hot so nobody felt the need to jump out a window!!! The giggles that went with the practice were just a delightful bonus! Thank you Mr. Pratt, we had a blazin’ good time while learning!     

            On Tuesday, Anmay’s mommy enriched our curriculum by sharing her career as a pediatrician. Dr. Goenka explained that in order to be a doctor and help your community, you must be good listeners and study hard! She brought a delightful picture book with her that gave the children some insight into what a doctor does. She then shared with them the tools of the trade and asked if anyone wanted to take a turn listening to a friend’s heartbeat with the stethoscope.  Naturally she was flooded with volunteers! The children were wide-eyed and beyond curious as an elastic bandage, thermometer, blood pressure cuff, and otoscope were passed around the room. Seeing the doctor can be a scary experience for young children, but with Dr. Goenka teaching them what to expect, routine visits just might become a little less frightening!   

On Friday morning Mrs. Walsh volunteered her time in our classroom. Not being a police officer, astronaut or ballerina, it can be kind of hard to explain to 3 & 4 year olds what you do if you’re a lawyer!!! Mrs. Walsh however did a great job of explaining to the children how she helps people follow the rules. Since contracts help spell out expectations, rewards and consequences, she told the children that she brought some delicious cupcakes to share with them if they agree to  sign a contract stating they will pretend pay her for them first. NO ONE complained about “unfair contract terms” and everyone enjoyed the cupcakes!!! The children also called for “order in the court” after adorning some fun and playful accessories! Wearing the typical judge’s robe and holding the wooden sound block and gavel, the children looked ready to “throw the book” at anyone found breaking the rules! Check out all the fun we had on Facebook!  You have inspired some young minds to follow in your footsteps Mrs. Walsh, and Markela couldn’t have been more proud of you!

            We hope you are enjoying the marigolds your child has brought home. Remind them to water! You may want to help them plant their flowers in a sunny part of the garden!

This week we will continue with our community helper and nature theme. In addition we will work on our Father’s Day craft and learn the importance of Memorial Day. What a great learning adventure this year has been!

 

                                                Warmly,

                                                Miss Joanne and Miss Sam

May Birthdays:

Josef                                   5/3

Dora                                    5/22

Jackson Pesce                  5/31

 

Dates to Remember:

May 29th                              School Closed – Memorial Day

May 31st                                End-of-the-Year Show!  J

                                                  NO CLASSES.

June 8th                                 Last Day of Classes.  L

 

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Dear Pre-K Families,

The upper and lower case “Zz” was introduced this week.  We studied the sound the letter makes and thought of words that begin with the letter “Zz”.  The children made a “Ziggy Zebra” puppet as well.  The boys and girls now have a complete set of alphabet puppets!  We can’t believe we have completed the alphabet!  Over the next few weeks we will be reviewing what we have learned during this school year.  The next homework packet I send home will be a review packet for you to do with your child at your leisure.

Our class has one more entry to make in both their journal and their All About Me book.  Both of these books began in September.  Just wait until you see the progress your children have made as you read both their journal and All About Me book.

The boys and girls have completed their “Season Tree” chart, which was sent home.  Your children are excited to use this chart!  Next week we begin our unit on The Human Body.  Thank you for the books on this topic some of you are sending in.  We will be reading many books on this topic over the next few weeks.

All of your children have worked so hard to make your Mother’s Day gift extra special.  We hope you enjoy your card and gift as your excited children watch you open it!

Miss Kristine and I wish all of our Moms a Very Happy Mother’s Day!

Enjoy your weekend!

Warmly,

Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

 

 

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Dear Parents,

            It’s hard to believe how close we are to the end of the year! This past week we introduced our last letter of the alphabet, “Zz.” Examples of words such as zipper, zebra and zero were given. To reinforce the letter the children painted zebra stripes on their Z patterns.

            Two little jingles that we learned this week were:

 

“ZIP YOUR LIPS” (Tune: “If You’re Happy and You Know It”)

If you’re loud and you know it…

Zip your lips!

If you’re loud and you know it…

Zip your lips!

If you’re loud and you know it…

Then your mouth will surely show it…

If you’re loud and you know it…

Zip your lips!

 

ZANY Z’S (Tune: London Bridges)

Zany Z’s are zipping by,

Zipping by, zipping by…

Zany Z’s are zipping by,

Zip! Zap! Zoom!

Zany Zebra’s zipping by,

Zipping by, zipping by,

Zany Zebra’s zipping by,

Zip! Zap! Zoom!

(To continue we used a different zoo animal for each verse.)

            Our alphabet flip-chart songs have also been a meaningful part of our nursery program. These little songs have boosted their imagination, language skills and memory! The last song we enthusiastically sang together was:

Zz (to the tune: On Top of Old Smokey)

Z is for Zelda,

who zoomed off to Mars.

She zigged and she zagged past

a zillion bright stars.

She zipped to the left and

she zapped to the right.

Then Zelda zoomed home by

the moon’s golden light.

            In “Story Time” we read Zebras by Jill Anderson. Ask your children if any two zebras are exactly alike and who a zebras enemies are (no two are alike/lions and hyenas)?  We also read A Visit To The Sesame Street Zoo by Ellen Weiss. The children were so inspired they may ask you to take them there this summer!

            We are spending a lot more time outdoors feeling the wind, smelling the flowers, catching bugs and observing birds. Spring is such an amazing season. This past week we enjoyed reading Beetle McGrady Eats Bugs! by Megan McDonald. Beetle dreams of being brave and daring and she will begin by …..eating an ant! It’s a dare on a school playground. It’s one of those fun children’s books that make you ask the children questions never thought of before, like would you eat bugs?! To my surprise, Markela feeling brave and daring, said that…. most definitely, she would eat a bug. When asked her bug preference, without hesitation, she said, “I would eat a stink bug”! I informed her that stink bugs secrete a stinky smell when killed so she opted for an ant. You’ve got to love her adventurous spirit! At that, the most astonishing thing happened. An ant crawled across the floor in front of her and she grabbed it with lightening speed! I always try to impress upon the children that when it comes to trying new foods, don’t knock it until you’ve tried it! However, when Markela looked like she was about to set the “itchy-twitchy, buggly, wuggly” ant on the tip of her tongue, I panicked! I quickly told her that sometimes people are allergic to bugs and that she should check with her Mom before eating anything foreign! Reluctantly, she let it go but gezzzzzzzzzzzz! I nearly had a heart attack!  In the U.S. we’re more accustomed to exterminating insects than to eating them but in scores of countries around the world bugs have long been a part of a well balanced meal! Some day when I’m on holiday in Thailand, I might feel brave and daring and crunch a fried cricket but I’d have to pair it with copious amounts of wine so I can forget that I actually tried it!!  Bugs can be tasty AND nutritious, but first you need to overcome the “ewwwwwwwwwww” factor!!!

            Watching their seeds sprout was an exciting and magical experience for our little gardeners! I’m happy to say their “marigolds” are now ready to go home! With biodegradable containers, transferring them to the ground will be a breeze. This unit not only taught the children how nature works, but responsibility in caring for something. They are VERY proud of the results! Remind them to continue tending to their plants, giving them plenty of sunshine, water and love. With time, both your children AND their flowers will bloom!!

            On Thursday we rocked out with some Zumba! Ladies and gentleman, Zumba is CRAZY! It is impossible not to respond to the energy that’s created by that music!! What a blast! Your children are hot tamales on the dance floor!

            The more interesting and exciting we make learning the more the children retain. Our unit on community helpers is no exception. Last Wednesday, Marco’s daddy, came by to share with us exactly how he contributes. Mr. Aquista is in the food industry and manages an Italian restaurant in Queens. To begin with the children were asked if they had ever eaten in a restaurant and if so, what kind of restaurant was it? The answers ranged from a donut restaurant to a hotdog stand, but most did say pizza. The children then watched and learned about how pizza is prepared. Mr. Aquista then asked if the children knew what goes on a pizza. Donovan said it was definitely ketchup, Josef answered macaroni and Markela was sure it was olives! Since pizza is one of the foods children actually LOVE, the delicious combination of dough, sauce and cheese brought a smile to every face. While we waited for some hot, scrumptious pizza, Mr. Acquista read Pizza at Sally’s by Monica Wellington. It was a delightful story about the whole pizza making process. Any way you slice it, the ooey, gooey, chewy and cheesy pizza turned out yummy, and had the children wanting more!  A big thanks to Mrs. Aquista also, for helping to transform our nursery into a culinary class! The children looked adorable in those little white chef hats, and Marco couldn’t have been more proud of his Dad!

            On Friday we had the pleasure of having Maya’s Mom, Mrs. Khurrum volunteer her time. Mrs. Khurrum, an Engineer for Con Ed, used a prototype to demonstrate how a power plant works. It was fascinating, especially when we saw the plume of steam rising from the valve and heard the whine of the turbine. With the help of incentives like yo-yo-s and slap bracelets, the children learned some new vocabulary such as boiler, turbine and generator.  Mrs. Khurrum was hoping to inspire them to become engineers and Erica, Donovan, Cydni and Anmay were all excited about the possibility! Mission accomplished! Children are like little sponges. They absorb all kinds of information! The presentation culminated with a coloring and activity book about electrical safety. The children really enjoyed Mrs. Khurrum’s presence in the classroom and I know she enjoyed their hugs as much as we do!

We are extremely grateful to both the Acquista and Khurum family for making their presentations fun, informative and educational! You have no idea how much we enjoyed your visit!

            With only a few more weeks to go, there is no shortage of things to do in the nursery. We will continue with our community helper and nature theme, review our alphabet, make our Father’s day crafts, learn about Memorial day, complete assessments, and SING our way straight through to the end-of-the-year show! What a great learning adventure this year has been!

                                                                        Warmly,

                                                                        Miss Joanne and Miss Sam

May Birthdays:

Josef                                           5/3

Dora                                            5/22

Jackson                                      5/31

 

Dates to Remember:

May 29th                                    School Closed – Memorial Day

May 31st                                     End-of-the-Year Show! 

                                                      NO CLASSES.

June 8th                                     Last Day of Classes.

 

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