THE FALL FESTIVAL IS ON HOLD UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!
October 26-30 HARVESTING AND PUMPKINS
Fruits, vegetables, and grains grown in the fall will be covered this week. Pumpkins are a favorite! If you would like to donate a pumpkin for your child’s class text me and let me know.
The pre-k class will be making their annual vegetable soup to share with all the classes. Look for the sign-up sheet on the front door. It is always yummy!
Nov. 2-6: NATIVE AMERICANS
The Native Americans lifestyle, customs, and traditions will be our focus this week. The children will be working with several different art mediums.
Nov. 9-13: PILGRIMS AND THE MAYFLOWER
The history of the Pilgrims and their dress will be discussed. The sailing of the Mayflower and the meeting between the Pilgrims and the Indians will be told to the children.
Nov. 16-19: WE ARE THANKFUL
Our toddlers will be introduced to Thanksgiving traditions and the preschool will continue learning the history of the Native Americans, Pilgrims, and the First Thanksgiving.
OUR ANNUAL THANKSGIVING FEAST WILL NOT BE HELD THIS YEAR DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS.
Nov. 23-27: NO UNIT
CLOSED WEDNESDAY FOR IN-SERVICE TRAINING; THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FOR THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS
Nov. 30-Dec. 4: BEARS AND HIBERNATION
What animals hibernate for the cold winter? The kids will find out this week. Our pre-k will create a cave for their bears to hibernate all winter. PLEASE DO NOT SEND A FAVORITE BEAR! The cave does not open until the first Monday of spring.
Dec. 7-11: CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD
This week the children will be traveling around the world learning how other cultures celebrate Christmas. The celebration of Los Posadas in Mexico, Hanukkah, celebrated by Jewish families, and Kwanza honoring African heritage in African-American culture will be explored.
Dec. 14-18: CHRISTMAS
This week is always exciting for the littles! The teachers love sharing the magic of Christmas with their classes. Art keepsakes will be made and family traditions will be discussed.
Dec. 21-25: NO UNIT---CLOSED THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS
Dec. 28-Jan.1: SEASON OF WINTER
Brrrr! The season of winter will be introduced to the children. How do we stay warm on cold days? What activities can we have fun doing on cold days?
THE KIDS WILL BE TAKING A RIDE ON THE POLAR EXPRESS ON THURSDAY! Wear your pj’s and we will enjoy donuts and chocolate milk.
CLOSED FRIDAY, JANUARY 1ST FOR NEW YEAR’S DAY