Miss Page and Miss Elise
Hard to believe November is already here! We want to thank all of our parents for changing their personal schedules to fit into our parent/teacher conference time slots. We are looking forward to sitting down and chatting about each member of our wonderful class!
October consisted of several Fall themed art projects and the children really blossomed with each one. Their skills with holding a glue stick, pasting various objects onto paper, and waiting their turn have increased in the last month. What a joy it is to watch the children growing so much with each passing day! November brings more exciting projects as we shift our focus to hibernation and animal habitats. We will also be doing a special Thanksgiving project before Thanksgiving break.
As another month passes it is time to change the works in the classroom again. We are always seeking to discover what excites the children and to introduce fresh works that encourage further independence and stimulate their curiosity. They have all gained so many skills already and we are so thrilled to see what they will discover next about themselves.
Our letters of the week for this month are:
Nov. 5th-8th: Letter P Nov. 12th- 15th: Letter A
NONE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 19TH Nov. 26th- 29th: Letter N
We would also like to extend a reminder to be mindful of the changing weather. There have been some very cold days recently and it seems we are now back in a temporary warm spell. Please continue to stay aware of the forecast and send your child to school with appropriate clothing. On cold days (which will only start to increase in number and become a constant for the next 5 months or so) please have your child in longer clothes (pants, long sleeved shirts/a sweatshirt, bring a coat or jacket depending on the temperature, and closed shoes or boots). Once the weather shifts into consistent cold we ask that you send hats, gloves/mittens, and boots to school. When the snow starts flying snow pants are also a great article of clothing to have handy at school.