In Mrs. McLaughlin’s class we had fun working on our “who lives in my house” graphing project.
The children in the Pre-K class were busy exploring letters. We read Chicka Chicka Boom and created our own coconut tree. They used markers to form letters and discovered that some letters are formed with straight lines or curves. We ended the week using rhythm sticks to create music!
Even though we had a short week, the children had a chance to explore our learning centers, build sand castles in the sand box and play a lively game of soccer! Just a reminder that CNS will be closed Thursday and Friday, September 21-22. Enjoy the long weekend!
The three year old class completed its first full week of school. I am so proud of what a great job they did on their own, making friends and learning about our classroom. The nice weather allowed the children to explore the playground and get some exercise. Inside the classroom, we learned several new songs. We also created self portraits, completed coloring sheets all
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In Mrs. Mclaughlin’s class we had so much fun together this week. We counted and identified letter in our names during small group. We also had successful book looks after lunch and we learned about our classroom.
Mrs. Smith’s class had fun this week!
The Young Learners spent the first full week of school exploring their new classroom and playground. We spent time reading stories, playing and learning our new friend’s names. We are looking forward to a wonderful year!
First Presbyterian Church Choirs – All are welcome! Jubilee Choir (ages 4-grade 2) – Tuesdays 4:00-4:30. 2nd graders stay until 4:45; Junior Choir (grades 3 – 6) Thursdays 4:15 – 5:00 Questions? Contact Brenda Day, Minister of Music email@example.com
Welcome back! What a beautiful start to school for our 3 year olds! It was such a pleasure to meet so many parents and grandparents this week, and to begin to get to know our new class of three year olds! Our orientation day and first one hour class was a great success and I’m happy to share that the children are doing a
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