Why Fit in When You are Born to Stand Out!

As we come to an end of February and we march right into March with so much to do, the children are excited to learn about Thing 1 and Thing 2. Dr. Seuss’s birthday is March 2nd and in honor of Dr. Seuss, we will read “Green Eggs and Ham” and create our version of green eggs and ham by using vanilla pudding, green food coloring and vanilla wafers. “I don’t like green eggs and ham, I don’t like them Sam I am” Dr. Seuss…… We will read “One Fish, Two Fish”. For creative movement, we will utilize our hand-eye coronation as we throw Swedish fish into a fish bowl. We will read “The Cat in the Hat”. For creative movement, we will throw water balloons into the Cat in the Hat hat and on Wednesday, we will read “Wacky Wednesday” and “Hop on Pop”.

As we breeze right through the alphabet, this week we will focus on the letter H. For creativity art, we will make Kangaroos out of the letter k and we will continue to work on our handwriting skills by tracing the letter k for our alphabet book.

Investigator Club;

Phonology Awareness: “Listen to Syllables”

Objective is to hear separate syllables in words.

Oral Language: “Dilly and The Investigator Club”

Objective to listen and understand conversations.

Alphabet knowledge: “Letter Game”

Objective is to know that the letters of the alphabet are a special category of visual graphics.

Social and Emotional: “I Can Think for Myself”
Objective is to problem solve through communication.

Reminders;

We would like to welcome Mrs. Greene (Bailey’s mother) as our reader this week. We are looking forward to listening to some of Bailey’s favorite books and having Mrs. Greene as part of our Fun Friday.

Fun Friday is Spirit day. Show your school spirit by wearing your Wood Acres shirt to school.

St. Patrick’s day party is March 17th

You’re off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, So… get on your way!

Have a good week,
Ms. Orsano & Mrs. Thomas

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