Happy Winter Holiday!

Dear Families,

Thank you to the parents of Eli, Kaylee, Maxene, Taylor, Guillermo, and Olivier for making the holiday party a smash! A fun time was had by all! 😘We missed you Ben and Zaid! 😘 Mrs. Mann and I want to thank you for your kind gifts, cards, candy and flowers. We wish you all a happy holiday full of joy and rest! See you in 2020!

Love, Mrs. Pennington & Mrs. Mann
Photos compliments of Maxene’s mom:-)

Class News ~ December 13

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Happy Holidays!

Dear Families,

The holiday whirlwind of activities is well underway, and Mrs. Mann and I have an exciting week before our winter holiday! We’re still learning, though!

  • Writing –  Research report final draft, purposeful writing (messages, cards, etc.)
  • Reading –  Holiday stories, theme
  • Language Arts – Review
  • Math – Multiplication math facts, 2- step problem solving
  • Social Studies – American Indian final project

Our Holiday Party is 12:30 – 1:30 on Wednesday! Our room mother and volunteers have planned a festive time!

😍Happy birthday, Liberty and Leah!😍

Holidays are always special times for both relaxation, fun and enrichment. Here are some websites for creative fun that you might enjoy over the break:

Fun with paper toys http://www.thetoymaker.com/

Fun with interactive art https://www.nga.gov/kids/zone/zone.htm

Fun with coding games https://scratch.mit.edu/

Fun with a favorite author https://www.roalddahl.com/home/kids

Have a joyous holiday and happy new year if we don’t see you!

Fondly,

Mrs. Pennington & Mrs. Mann

Class News ~ December 2

Dear Families,

We hope you had a satisfying Thanksgiving break and are ready for the 3 weeks before our winter break. It’s always a whirlwind!

Thank you so much for the Thanksgiving treats and helping us enjoy our fort day and Camille’s birthday the Friday before break! Believe it or not, we got a lot of work done…even in our pajamas.

Here’s our learning plan for the week:

  • Math ~ Perimeter and area
  • Reading ~ Theme, Structures of nonfiction
  • Social Studies ~ American Indians
  • Language Arts ~ Pronouns

Homework, as always, is 20 minutes of reading and 10 minutes of Prodigy. You can always throw in some mulitplication facts practice. It’s convenient to keep a set of flashcards in your car for practice on the go.

Happy December!

Mrs. P. & Mrs. M.