Getting Settled in the 3's!

Hi everyone!


We had a wonderful first full two days in school! The children are doing really well playing together, and adjusting to fun times in a classroom! We're so proud of all of them! Now that they've had a few days under their belts we'd like to start saying goodbye to parents/grandparents at the door. Mrs. Renoni and Mrs. Taylor are there to give extra cuddles and hugs if the separation at the door is difficult. Thanks for understanding!


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NEXT WEEK- We're going to be talking about families next week. I'd like to invite you to bring in a picture of your family, whatever that means to your child. We'll be hanging them on our 3's class family tree.


Our book this week was I Like Me! by Nancy Carlson and two poems from GO! by Daniel Kirk.


What's NEW in CENTERS...

Art- We colored I Like Me! coloring pages, and apple cut outs to put on our 3's tree.

Easel- Blank face drawing- An outline of a head and shoulders with eye stickers. There were also mirrors so the children could see their own features to help them draw.

Math- Red, Yellow, and Blue pom poms to drop into containers. An activity to help with both color sorting AND to strengthen those finger muscles!

Playdough- We're not quite ready to bring playdough out yet, so this week we had Potato Heads there.


If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out.


Have a wonderful weekend!


Warmly,

Christina Renoni and Ashlee Taylor



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