Fall in love with February

Important Dates:

February 14Valentine Class Party

February 18No School (Teacher In-Service)

February 25 March 1: Dr. Seuss Week

 

 

You may have noticed that your child isn’t bringing as many worksheets home lately. We are instead doing a lot more hands on floor and group activities. This is a visual group so we are focusing on more games, as they like to call them. Everyone seems to really enjoy them and gets excited when I introduce different ones. My next goal is to find more age appropriate Science experiments.

Language Arts: We will continue doing our letter of the week worksheets and tracing folders. For reinforcement, we will continue group time with our games and activities. These include ABC order, upper and lower matching, beginning sounds, and various others.

Math: We have mastered counting by 10’s and now working on counting by 5’s. We are also focusing on patterns, playdough numbers, sorting and counting out objects such as manipulatives.


Don’t forget to have your child’s Valentine box here by the 11th. I made a sign up post on the E3 Facebook group page. Please do not feel obligated to sign up.



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About Ms. Laura

Hello, my name is Laura Burns. I am the Lead E3 teacher. I started in the P1 classroom in 2016 but I have about 10-12 years experience working with kids from 1 to 12. I have a lot of exciting and fun activities planned and can't wait to see your child grow.