Wow! I can’t believe that it’s October already! Butterfly infants had a wonderful time developing their milestones. They are getting better with their motor skills, sensory skills, and communication skills. Also, our babies had a great time learning about feelings and family. Babies join hands together in friendship. Our babies This month we will be enjoying a lot more exciting activities as Halloween approaches. Our babies have also been enjoying floor time, learning, and tummy time. Welcome to the new babies as they burst out of there cocoon and join our butterfly room.
This month we learned about our family, friends, feelings and ourselves. We also learned how to be nice and polite. We became introduced to the letter Ff this month. We have lots of fun everyday in the Grasshopper Room. Playing with our friends, drawing pictures, learning to write and drawing with chalk. We love to make animal sounds and jump around like a frog. We were excited to bring our favorite stuffed animals to school for The Parks’ Place Pet Show. We can’t wait to see what is store for us this month.
This month’s theme was all about me. We talked about ourselves, families, friends and our feelings. We went over sight words as well as letters, shapes, numbers and colors. We learned that it is ok to express our feelings and talk about how we feel. Our letter this month was “Ff”. We had a great time visiting MOSH and creating Friendship salads. We are looking forward to another month of learning.
Mrs. Michelle, VPK A/B
Ms. Patty, VPK A/B
Ms. Coffin, VPK C
Ms. Butler, VPK C
September was fantastic month we learned about our feelings, family and friends. We made pictures of different feelings and pictures of our families. We enjoyed learning about families and how they all are different. We learned about friends and sharing . We had so much fun taking lots of pictures with our friends. We also reviewed our alphabet, numbers, and shapes. We can’t wait to see what an exciting month we will have in October.
This month was a wonderful month in Pre-K 3. We talked about friends, family, and ourselves. We discussed our feelings and made a family collage in art. During cooking time we made friendship salad. We also learned about different pets that we have at home and are bringing in our favorite stuffed animal for our pet show. The children reviewed letters, numbers, shapes, and colors. We introduced the letter Ff. Can’t wait to see what is in store for us this month!
Family Classics Fundraiser
Friday, October 21st
Teacher Planning, NO VPK
Friday, October 28th
Conner’s A-Maize-Ing Acres Field Trip
Monday, October 31st
Trunk-or-Treat Fall Festival & Trike-a-Thon
Soccer Shots & ShiningStars
Please make sure you’ve paid at least the first installment so your child can continue to participate in these programs.
Safety Tips for a Happy Halloween!
What could be more fun than dressing up and trick-or-treating? Doing it safely, that’s what!
Here are some tips to help you keep your little one safe and happy this Halloween!
- Use hypoallergenic, non-toxic paint or makeup instead of masks.
- Avoid oversized costumes and shoes that could trip your child.
- Attach reflective tape to costumes or candy bags to make children more visible to drivers.
- Always walk on sidewalks or paths and choose direct routes with few street crossings.
- Children under 12 should always trick-or-treat with an adult.
- Children over 12 should trick-or-treat in groups with a flashlight and cell phone if not accompanied by an adult.