A Note From Our Principal
We are overjoyed at the response from you all in support of our Holiday Giving activities! We collected enough mittens, gloves and hats for twenty women and children to stay warm this holiday season. We also granted twenty Christmas wishes from five local children while working with Kare for Kids. As we move into the new year we look forward to spending more time getting to know your family and building a community together.
Happy New Year to you and yours!
This month, your child will learn to sign the word, “milk”. To create this sign, open and close your hand to resemble milking a cow.
This month, your child will learn to express themselves with language. They will focus on speaking, and less on verbal communication such as crying. We will use words in order to improve our requests for wants or desires.
This month, your child will practice retelling familiar stories in their own words, understand the concept of four, and learn names for types of locations. (i.e. beach, park, library)
This month, your child will continue using sequence vocabulary (i.e. first, second), name basic shapes, and learn about farm animals.
This month, your child will retell favorite stories, count items in groups to determine which group has more, and distinguish healthy from less healthy foods.
This month, your child will describe the similarities and differences between two stories, create her own short story and tell it aloud, and identify whether a group of objects is greater than, less than or equal to another group of objects.
Read Together, Talk Together
The Snowy Day
Going on a Bear Hunt