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We had fun with Ms. P (“Pointy Patches”). We loved wearing our “Pajamas” to school too!

This week we met a new letter person, Ms. P… “Pointy Patches”.  We Perfected our fine motor skills by cutting out uppercase “P’s”.  We enjoyed Painting them and adding Pom-Poms to them.  We talked about the weather and all the fun activities we do in the snow, rain, sun and so on.  We next created our own weather books.  Finally, we celebrated with Ms.
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We had a great week meeting Mr. I, measuring, painting and conducting experiments!

We had another busy  week in Mrs. McLaughlin’s class.  We met Mr. I (“Impossible Inches”).  We had fun measuring using yarn and found items around the room that were as small as an “inch” and as long as a “foot”.  We conducted experiments with ice and observed how ice melts when put in water, with salt, or left out on the windowsill.  We created
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We had a great week working and playing together! Wishing you all Happy Holidays!

We had so much fun making our own gingerbread houses! We made pretty holiday cards! We had a fun visit from Pops playing holiday songs on his accordian.  We all sang together! The children enjoy playing with the sparkle slime!    


It was a busy week filled with fun holiday activities!

We had a great time wrapping gifts and making Christmas cards,  We also started making gingerbread houses. It was fun playing the dreidel game together and making our own menorahs by cutting and gluing the candles and practicing our numbers 1 through 8.  We also ate potato latkes with applesauce.  They were delicious!  Thanks to one of our very talented class parents we enjoyed
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It was a super week meeting Ms. S and talking about the seasons!

This week we met Ms. Ss Super Socks and we practiced letter formation by tracing S in Shaving cream. We also discussed clothes we wear in each of the 4 seasons, sorting through socks and finding pairs.  We read the story, ” The Mitten” and used scissors to cut out mittens size ordering them from smallest to biggest. We also took silly sock pictures.
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We had a great week with Ms. L and learning about the seasons. We also made the decorations for our tree !

This week we met Ms. L longest laugh and we located her on the land of the letter people map. We discovered things she loves like different lengths (long and short), laughing, looking at library books, and looking for her other letter friends. In small group,  we practiced drawing straight lines from top to bottom on chalk and marker boards.  We also talked about
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A great week full of fun Fall activities!

We had a great time playing together this week and making so many wonderful projects!  We made some amazing scarecrows and turkeys. We also made pumpkin pie!  We talked about Thanksgiving and our upcoming Thanksgiving feast.  Everyone decided what they would bring to share at our Thanksgiving feast in class. The children also each made their own Thanksgiving booklets and placemats. It was another
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We learned about City vs. Country and we also learned about voting!

This week we talked about the differences in a city and the country.  We created a map of City vs. Country.  We also discussed what voting means and everyone voted on their favorite Letter Person.


We had a great week filled with Halloween activities!

We enjoyed our Halloween parties and made a jack-o-lantern and named him Jack. We also painted faces on pumpkin cut outs and created a pumpkin book based on how a pumpkin grows. We also worked on story details and sequencing characters in the stories: “There was an old lady that swallowed a fly” and “the deep dark woods”. We worked on more fine motor
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We were busy this week getting our classroom ready for Halloween!

We spent the week decorating and preparing our classroom for Halloween.  We created spooky mummies and ghosts which focused on fine motor skills as we tore and stretched white tissue paper and cotton balls.  We also practiced with scissors as we cut spiders and 5 little pumpkins, which focused on cutting out circle shapes.  We sang a new Halloween song about silly pumpkin faces. 
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