Valentine’s Day

 

Thursday, February 14th

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner.  The students will have the opportunity to exchange Valentine’s cards with their classmates on Thursday, February 14th.  Students may bring a Valentine card for EACH student in the class.  Participation is voluntary.  However, if your child brings in Valentines they need to have a card for every child in the class.

Boys

Gavin

Isaiah

Jacob

Justyn

Knox

Marcellos

Owen

 

Girls

Ashley

Azlynn

Briella

Clover

Hannah

Janee

Jordyn

Journey

Londyn

Serenitee’

100th Day Project

Dear Parents,

Thursday, January 17th  , is our 100th day of school!  I would like for each child to bring in a poster displaying 100 items by Wednesday, January 16th .  For example, one year a student had a poster with 10 styrofoam bowls glued on it.  In each bowl the child glued 10 fruit loops.  All together that was 100 pieces of fruit loops cereal.  Other times, students put 100 stickers on the poster board in 10 rows with 10 in each row or drew 100 smiley faces.  They can outline their name or outline the number 100 with 100 things.   Look at my blog for examples.  You and your child can be as creative as you want, but please let your child do the counting.  The egg carton I am sending can help your child count 10 small items 10 times to make 100. PLEASE DO NOT DO THE COUNTING FOR YOUR CHILD- HELP HIM/HER COUNT BY 1’S AND 10’S TO 100.

Please send this to school by Wed. the 16th   for your child to proudly share with the class and be on display in the hall.

I can’t wait to see everyone’s creative posters!

Thank you,

Mrs. King

Fire Safety Lesson

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Name ____________________________ November 29, 2018

 

The News

 

        Today is Thursday.  Firefighters wear

 

special clothes to do their job.  They have to

 

put them on quickly when the fire bell rings

 

at the fire station in the day or night.  I  stop,

 

drop, and roll if my clothes are on fire. 

 

I  crawl out if  smoke is in my house .  My

 

family will meet at the ____________________.

 

  1. Read “The News” with your parent.

 

  1. Practice stop, drop, and roll

 

  1. Practice fall and crawl and find a wall

 

  1. Ask your parent to develop an escape plan for your family in case of a fire at your house. Where will you meet?