Wacky Weather Week

Happy Friday and first full week back to school!

This week we started not only a new letter but also a new story! The story that we will be focusing on for the next few weeks is called a “The Nightingale”. It is a story of a bird, Nightingale and an emperor who needs to the bird to sing him to sleep. The kids have enjoyed listening to the story and seeing the pages in their own book.

We had lots of fun this week with the letter N! Our board was full of n words with the students running to me all through the week eager to add more to the list! We made ninja turtles and the night sky this week! The kids did an awesome job cutting everything out themselves. They have been doing such a great job with coloring, cutting and gluing!

Next week we will dive back into our next chapter in math, Patterns Plus!

Please be on the lookout for important forms going home today (Friday) in your child’s folder.
On Friday, February 1, 2019, we will be having Mad about Mittens Day. It is a fun filled hour where a family member and your child will complete math, coloring and literacy activities involving mittens. We ask for a donation of at least a pair of mittens where we then donate them to Must Ministry. It is a fun filled hour that also involved cookies and chocolate milk! Please mark your calendars!

A brochure of new after school programs for the spring is also being sent home. Please look it over and sign your kids up as those spots fill up quickly!

Lastly, one of the awesome kindergarten classes are asking for gallon clear milk jugs! They would love to build an igloo out of the milk jugs and make it into a reading nook for their class. If you are able, please send any milk jugs into school with your student and I will make sure that they get to where they need to go.

Thanks so much everyone! Have a great weekend!!

This Matters At Wood Acres.

  • High Expectations For Teaching And Learning

  • Strong Instructional Leadership

  • Safe Learning Environment For Everyone

  • Positive And Welcoming School Climate

  • Valuing Time On Task For Mastery

  • Close Home School Partnerships