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Important Dates to Note
Thursday, March 14th – 11:30 Dismissal – Confirmation
Friday, March 15th – St. Patrick’s Day Party
Wednesday, March 27th – 11:30 Dismissal for Easter Break
Tuesday, April 2nd – Return to School
Friday, April 5th – 11:30 Dismissal – Faculty Meeting
Friday, April 19th – Please Touch Museum
Nature All Around Us
KNOWLEDGE FOCUS: Children learn about their environment by investigating characteristics of the natural world and the four changing seasons
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL FOCUS: Curiosity
Week of March 4th
Religion: Seeds are Good, Unless a grain of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains a grain of wheat, but if it dies, it produces much fruit. John 12:24
A Sample of the Books We Will Read: One Mitten, Footprints in the Snow, One Winter’s Day, What Will the Weather be Like Today?, What Makes the Seasons?
Letter(s) of the Week: Ww Each week we will introduce a new letter of the week; we will practice writing both the upper and lower cases and listening to it’s phonetic sound(s). We will brainstorm for words that start with the letter and put them on our word board. Please help your child find words so that they may contribute to the session. Past letters: T, S, N, A, P, I, H, C, R, K, E, M, O, G, L, D, F, G, B
Our Fabulous Vocabulary words are: whimsical & weary. Each week we showcase a Fabulous Vocabulary word and try our best to use it throughout the week
Sight Words: Mom, Dad. We will start looking at some of the most used words in the English language. Each week will introduce a couple of words and the children should eventually be able to recognize them by sight. Past sight words: The, of, as, a, I, to, in, and, is, it, from, you, that, he, was for, on, are, with, they, they, his
Math: The number 19 and it’s value
Social Studies: What can we do in the winter?
Science: We will take a close look at the thermometer, estimate how long a container of frozen water will take to evaporate, and plant some seeds in our growlab.
Scholastic Book Code: H4X94
Prayers We Say in Class
Morning Prayer: Thank You God for giving us this day, be with us in all we do and say. Amen
Prayer Before Meals: Bless us Oh Lord and these Thy gifts, which we are about to receive, from Thy bounty, through Christ Our Lord. Amen
The Hail Mary and Our Father
We also say the Pledge of Allegiance every morning and are currently singing the National Anthem.