Links To Learning Curriculum Goals:
Baby Sign Language this month is “EAT”.
This month, your child will recognize her first name in print, identify aspects of nature that we associate with Spring, and create art using basic shapes.
This month, your child will discuss characters in a story, learn to count to 40, and mimic sounds in nature.
This month, your child will retell stories and identify the different parts of a book and describe a five-step task in sequential order.
Read Together, Talk Together:
Over the Meadow
Mouse’s First Spring
Tree, Grass, Flower, Butterfly, Sky, Sun, Rain, Frogs, Monkeys, Recycle, Insects, Bugs, Rain forest, Parrot, Plant, Earth
Baking & Spices
- 15 drops Food coloring, Green
- 3/4 cup Whipping cream
- 1 package Raspberry Jell-O
- 3 packages Unflavored gelatin
- 3 cups Water
- 125 Flexible straws
- 1 Wide mouth mason jar (4 cup size) or round cylindrical glass vase (the dollar store will have something)
A Letter From our Principal:
I hope this newsletter finds you well, and you are all enjoying the warmer weather and longer daylight hours. As the school year comes to an end and we start gearing towards the summer months, there will be many exciting things to come! The Water Park will be opening May 31st, and there will be many special visitors on campus for our children during the summer months. Your activity fee, that you pay this time each year, goes to cover these special visitors like magicians, artists, story tellers etc. as well as purchasing new enhancement items for your classrooms.
Current Kindergarten through 5th grade students will have an opportunity to register for summer camp starting on April 11th. Please remember that summer camp is limited to a first come/ first serve basis, and spaces fill up fast. The informational packets will be sent home with current students first, and we will then open registrations to outside families.
As we move forward in the months ahead, please ensure that you have pre-registered for your child’s classroom next school year. We have limited openings in these classrooms, so time is of the essence. We look forward to some great teacher planning sessions over the summer months for a great Back to School transition in August, and can’t wait to show you some of the new components that we will be implementing during the next school year!
As life begins to speed up over the next few months with school ending, graduations, field days, summer vacations and summer camps, please embrace these April showers and take a moment to dance in the rain!
Tiffany Batts, Principal
Dates to Remember:
April 4-8: Forsyth County Spring Break- No School For Georgia Pre-K, Kindergarten, and First Grade
April 5: Spring Break Camp Fieldtrip to Stars and Strikes
April 6: Spring Break Camp Fieldtrip to Warbington Farms
April 7: Spring Break Camp Fieldtrip to Chick-Fil-A
April 8: Spring Break Fieldtrip to Out of the Box Art Studio
April 11-15: Week of the Young Child
April 18: Relay for Life $2.00 Jean Day
April 19: Pre-K One Fieldtrip to Warbington Farms
April 20: Pre-K Two Fieldtrip to Warbington Farm
April 21: Early Pre-K Fieldtrip to Warbington Farm
April 22: Earth Day
April 26: Georgia Pre-K One Fieldtrip to Warbington Farm
April 27: Georgia Pre-K Two Fieldtrip to Warbington Farm
April 28: Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and First Grade Fieldtrip to Warbington Farm
April 29: Arbor Day