Fri, Oct 25, 2019

What a Nice week in JK! We introduced the letter Nn, we made noodle necklaces, circled N’s in the newspaper and read “The Best Nest” and created our nest letter card.

Hi ho the dairy-o! We have loved diving deeper into our study of the farm and studied farm animals this week. We learned how milk gets from a cow to carton, and we even “milked” our own cow and churned cream into butter. We got to taste our hard work at lunch! Mmmm…. We learned about pigs and the foods we get from them and even got to try some yummy bacon! We will wrap up our farm unit next week with a Harvest Breakfast!

We were also busy getting ready for our Grandparents’ Day program. We celebrated 70 years of Spirit and Song at PDS. Thank you to all the grandparents and special visitors that came!

Reminder for Nurse Alice Ball:

With Halloween coming up, we ask that ALL treats of any kind MUST be on the nut-free list.  Any candy/cookie/cupcake label has to clearly state that the product was made in a peanut and tree nut free facility…any product with language that says something like "made in a facility that also processes nuts" is not allowed.  

Looking Ahead:

Thursday, October 31st: Harvest Breakfast 11:00-12:00

Friday, November 22nd: Thanksgiving Play

Fri, Oct 25, 2019

What a Nice week in JK! We introduced the letter Nn, we made noodle necklaces, circled N’s in the newspaper and read “The Best Nest” and created our nest letter card.

Hi ho the dairy-o! We have loved diving deeper into our study of the farm and studied farm animals this week. We learned how milk gets from a cow to carton, and we even “milked” our own cow and churned cream into butter. We got to taste our hard work at lunch! Mmmm…. We learned about pigs and the foods we get from them and even got to try some yummy bacon! We will wrap up our farm unit next week with a Harvest Breakfast!

We were also busy getting ready for our Grandparents’ Day program. We celebrated 70 years of Spirit and Song at PDS. Thank you to all the grandparents and special visitors that came!

Reminder for Nurse Alice Ball:

With Halloween coming up, we ask that ALL treats of any kind MUST be on the nut-free list.  Any candy/cookie/cupcake label has to clearly state that the product was made in a peanut and tree nut free facility…any product with language that says something like "made in a facility that also processes nuts" is not allowed.  

Looking Ahead:

Thursday, October 31st: Harvest Breakfast 11:00-12:00

Friday, November 22nd: Thanksgiving Play

Fri, Oct 25, 2019

What a Nice week in JK! We introduced the letter Nn, we made noodle necklaces, circled N’s in the newspaper and read “The Best Nest” and created our nest letter card.

Hi ho the dairy-o! We have loved diving deeper into our study of the farm and studied farm animals this week. We learned how milk gets from a cow to carton, and we even “milked” our own cow and churned cream into butter. We got to taste our hard work at lunch! Mmmm…. We learned about pigs and the foods we get from them and even got to try some yummy bacon! We will wrap up our farm unit next week with a Harvest Breakfast!

We were also busy getting ready for our Grandparents’ Day program. We celebrated 70 years of Spirit and Song at PDS. Thank you to all the grandparents and special visitors that came!

Reminder for Nurse Alice Ball:

With Halloween coming up, we ask that ALL treats of any kind MUST be on the nut-free list.  Any candy/cookie/cupcake label has to clearly state that the product was made in a peanut and tree nut free facility…any product with language that says something like "made in a facility that also processes nuts" is not allowed.  

Looking Ahead:

Thursday, October 31st: Harvest Breakfast 11:00-12:00

Friday, November 22nd: Thanksgiving Play

Tue, Oct 08, 2019

It was a short week in JK! We spent some time reviewing our letters F, E, P, D and B. We made our own review book and practiced writing the letters on the ipads.

We are continuing to review numbers 6-10. We played number BINGO and number BANG!

We introduced our Farm unit this week. We discussed the differences in urban, suburban and rural areas. We did a thinking routine on farms and did a tell and draw art piece of a barn. We talked about the jobs of a farmer and created our own farmer art work. We are excited about our field trip to the Agricenter when we get back from Fall Break!

We hope you all have a wonderful Fall Break.

Looking Ahead:

October 10th-14th       Fall Break

October 17th                Field Trip to the Agricenter

October 25th                Grandparents Day

October 31st                 Harvest Breakfast

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