Sunday, January 13, 2013

Happy 2013!

Happy 2013!! 

We had a fun week back to school.  Everyone was excited to start the second part of the school year!

2013 party hats!

 The students wrote thank you notes to Santa for the great gifts they received for Christmas. 

 Loving the new iPad apps we downloaded this week. 

 We learned the letter Ll.  Ll is for ladybug.

 Ll is for Lion - Making lion masks. 

 Perfect Attendance for the 2nd Nine Weeks-
Isaiah, Micah, Eliza, Brody, Ja'Kereah, and Gabe
Great work, everyone!!

 Student of the Week: Henry

Coming Up...
Phonics: Vv and Zz
Math: Subtraction
Thematic Unit: Bears

Monday, January 14 - Report cards will be sent home, please sign and review your child's progress.  Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.  I am always available for conference, I would gladly meet with you to discuss your child's successes and areas of improvement.  If you would like a conference, please feel free to contact me to schedule a time to meet.

Friday, January 18 - PAJAMA DAY - This Friday we will be concluding our unit on "bears".  We will learn all about many types of bears and that some bears hibernate in the winter.  We'll do some "hibernating" of our own on Friday.  So wear your pajamas to school and bring your favorite stuffed bear to school.  Please note that the pajamas must be school appropriate, if your child wears a gown, they will need to wear tights/leggings/shorts under.  Also, no slippers please, tennis shoes only.

Monday, January 21 - No school, Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

Tuesday, January 22 - 100TH DAY OF SCHOOL!! - All year we have been counting our way to the 100th day!  And it is almost here.  On Tuesday, January 22, we will celebrate the 100th day of school.  We will count to 100 and have many fun activities.  STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO DRESS AS IF THEY ARE 100 YEARS OLD!  Ms. Marzoni will be 100, I hope you will be too!!  Check out last year's celebration for some costume ideas - 100th Day of School, 2012

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