Week of 1/8

Welcome back!!!  Here we are in a new year with new possibilities and new hope!

We enjoyed hearing the kids’ stories about their winter break.  This week discussed winter and all the fun activities that go with it.

Making snow for our theme table (with soap).  They enjoyed the touch sensation and our classroom smelled very clean all the way down the hall!

Making it snow (and the snow plow cleaned it up):

Making snowmen:

Making and enjoying cocoa:

The letter of the week was “N”.  The “N” books we read included: Nemo Best Dad in the Sea by Amy Tyler, Nuts to You! by Lois Ehlert, Nemo Fish School by Seymour Mackerel, The Three Ninja Pigs by Corey Rosen Schwatrz, Finding Nemo by Disney Pixar, The Napping House by Audrey Wood, No Puppies Today! by Joanna Cole, Noisy Nico by Macillan & McGraw Hill.

“N” is for Nest:

“N” is for night:

PE: We have been doing PE in our classroom to fill the void until we had the position filled but  we are happy to announce that we will have a regularly scheduled PE resource beginning next week!

In our afternoon library resource the children Miss Karin read the children the story Little Excavator by Anna Dewdney then they colored a picture of same:

Movin’ and Groovin’ with Mr. B:

In art, with Miss Gutterman, the students painted their previously created pieces:

In Science the children learned about texture:

Shabbat:  We had a nice turnout for the school wide Shabbat this week:

When it’s raining…exercising like animals and “Frozen” yoga:

Showing and Sharing with the letter “N”:

“N” is for Nickel

“N” is for Nickel

“N” is for Nightgown

“N” is for Necklace

“N” is for Numbers

“N” is for Nicole

Early/closed days: Next Monday, Jan 15th is Martin Luther Day.   The preschool, day school and Kids Club will be closed in observance and reflection of this important day in history.

The boys and girls heard two stories with the Mystery Reader this week: One Fish Two Fish by Dr Suess and The Mystery Bear by A Purim Story.

As a reminder – your child brought a book home to enjoy for the winter break.  If you have not returned it, please do so at your earliest convenience.

A little help from our friends:  One of our ballerinas has misplaced her tights.  If anyone has acquired an extra pair they might be hers.  Please send them in with your child.

Thank you all for all you do!  We appreciate you and we look forward to collaborating with you this year!


Irit 904-322-3130

Julia 904-349-1820