Saturday, December 11, 2010

It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas...

This week was Christmas, Christmas, Christmas!  We began the week with a special visit from Santa.  We all got to visit with Santa and tell him our Christmas wishes.  This was the highlight of the week!

The students wrote a wish list to Santa.  They have been working hard to be on their best behavior, they know Santa and his Elves are on the lookout!

Reindeer - Handprint antlers 

Christmas trees - The students painted these trees using giant marshmallows as a stamp for the tree and their finger tips to paint on the ornaments.

A fun book, "Imogene's Antlers"

Peanut Shell Reindeer

Fun Christmas activities on the Promethean Board

Learning the letter Zz - They traced their footprint for the head and made "zebras" for Zz

Happy Birthday, Ray!

Kindergarten Student of the Month: Colin

Student of the Week: Deterrio

 Coming Up:
Phonics: Cc
Math: Topic 9 - Measurement
Thematic Unit: Christmas

Monday, December 13 - "Dining With Dad" - Our class will eat lunch at 11:25 AM.  Dads, met us in our class at 11:15 AM, we will walk as a class to lunch.  Following lunch, Dads may take their children to the library to visit the "Santa Shop"

Tuesday, December 21 - Class Christmas Party, 8:15 AM - The students will be singing a couple of Christmas songs they have been practicing, they will exchange gifts and have Christmas snacks.  We hope to see all our wonderful parents at the party.

Gift Exchange - The students will exchange books with one another at the class party.  Each student should send a $3-$5 picture book to school, wrapped, no later than Friday, December 17, in preparation for the party.  Boys should bring a book for a boy and girls a girl book.

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