“Let’s March into Spring”
With the days getting longer an spring just around the corner, we leap right into March with a renewed sense of excitement!
This week, we will introduce the letter l and m. For science, we will be exploring our taste buds by tasting lime and lemons and graph which one we like best. We can’t wait to see the expressions on their face! For creative art, we will tie-dye coffee filters and use crate sticks to make lollipops. For the letter m, we will marble paint the letter m by using paint and shaking marbles in a box to make a print.
The theme for this week is opposites. We will work on recognizing our right and left hand, draw a happy face and a sad face and create a day and night project.
Oral Language – Seek out letters
Objective is to recognize words that begin with the letters l and m.
Alphabet knowledge – Letter Game
Objective is to know that the letters of the alphabet are a special category of visual graphics.
Mark your calendar;
Bedford Falls Book Fair is now here at the Woods. The book fair (It) will be open March 9th-13th in the Few Cottage. Hours of operation is M-T-W-F from 12:00 to 4:00. Wednesday from 7:45 to 9:00 am and Thursday from 12:00 to 6:00 pm.
We would like to welcome Mr. Willison (Cooper’s father) as our reader this week. We are looking forward to listening to some of Cooper’s favorite books and having Mr. Willison as part of our Fun Friday.
Fun Friday is Silly Sock day- Wear your silliest socks to school.
St. Patrick’s day party is March 17th- Wear green to school.
Spring party will be held on April 2nd. Please provide a bag of plastic eggs filled with treats for the bunny to hide no later then April 1st.
Early dismissal is on April 3rd during our carline time. (12:45) Wood Acres will be closed for Spring break
April 6th through April 10th.
End of the year party will be held on May 20that 10:30. We would like to invite you all to join us as we close this year out with a bang. The children will be performing songs and a dance for you. We look forward to seeing you all there.
Have a good week,
Ms. Orsano & Mrs. Thomas