Our Letter of the Week this time was ‘F’: The boys and girls had much fun with their bubble letters and gluing feathers, creating a paper-plate fox, a cupcake paper fish
Show & Share: Next week we will be sharing items from home that start with the letter “G”.
Books we read relating to the letter ‘E’: The Flower Garden by Eve Bunting, Fish is Fish by Leo Lionni, Franklin Goes to School by Paulette Bourgeois, Finding Nemo, Fireflies, Fireflies, Light my Way by Jonathan London, Froggy Gets a Dog by Jonathan London, Five Little Monkeys by Eileen Christelow, Sorry, I Forgot to Ask! by Julia Cook
We are still having fun with fall ideas: They made ‘hand-painted’ trees, and fall colored playdough.
Our Resources: PE – since we don’t have a formal PE resource we provide in class-bear relay,
In Music they always enjoy guessing the songs Mr. B. plays on his various instruments.
In Art the children made ‘Relief Sculptires’. Such talent we have!
In Jewish Studies we are continuing to learn about God’s creation with the use of the Torah.
Shabbat is always a treat and so much fun to sing all the songs and praise God for giving us so much! Today we talked about Abraham and Sarah’s baby.
In Gardening the boys and girls learned about which bugs are good and bad for the garden and they made masks of their favorite bugs. bugs.
In Science the kids got to experiment with magnets:
Storage tip: We know how much you love the kid’s artwork and creations! We also know you want to keep everything, but where?? Photographing everything is a good way to keep the memory alive and yet a safe and effective way to store it without having boxes and boxes to find a place for. Of course, you want to keep some things as originals. Those you could store in an artists portfolio; the large file folder type with a clasp. It slips easily in the back of a closet or behind a door or you can fit it between all your other boxes. The ‘other’ creations you just take a photo of and file in your memorabilia computer file folder.
Mystery Reader: Our mystery read two stories to the eager listeners: