• Week of May 22

    Letter of the Week

    Review Letters Aa-Zz

    Math Skill

    Review numbers, shapes, colors, patterns, and graphs


    Ocean Animals

    Character Trait

    The Heart Patient

    Bible Verse 

    "A joyful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit dries up the bones." - Proverbs 17:22

    Parent Partnership 

    Kindness - The language we use in PK is: "Kindness means caring and wanting to help others."


    Important Dates

    Tuesday, 23 May 2017

    PK Party - Pump it Up! - 9:00-10:00

Teresa Scott and Elizabeth Bell Fri, May 19, 2017

Our last full week was full of fun!  We have been going “back in time” to review letters we have learned this year.  We have been trying more challenging puzzles together, taking math “quizzes”, and playing board games.  We found some of our favorite centers to pull out for our last week as well. The boys drew their last Mat Man of the year this week! We hope you enjoy seeing their improvement between August and May. 

We have loved celebrating summer birthday boys and have enjoyed the great books their parents have shared.  It’s hard to believe summer is close.  We will miss being together.  We hope to see many of you this summer at PDS if you are signed up for activities here.

Have a lovely weekend! We look forward to seeing you all at our class party on Tuesday morning!

Teresa and Elizabeth

Fri, May 12, 2017

Our special “Mommy and Me” breakfast was the highlight of our week! Your sons were over the moon to have you join us and give you their special Mother’s Day gifts! We hope you enjoyed this special celebration in your honor.

We have been reviewing and practicing many skills this week. It’s fun going “back in time” to find a letter song to sing each day. This is helping us reinforce what we know about each letter’s shape and sound. The boys are enjoying listening for familiar sounds in words and identifying the letter that makes each sound; they are developing the skills needed to be independent thinkers and learners!

We had a great end of the year celebration with our 6th grade buddies on Wednesday. The boys played tag, raced around on the playground, ate pizza, and hugged their buddies goodbye for the summer. They have formed such special bonds this year, and we hope your son will continue to pray for his buddy over the years!

Have a wonderful Mother’s Day weekend!

Teresa and Elizabeth

Teresa Scott and Elizabeth Bell Fri, May 05, 2017

Our week has been filled with review, alphabet songs, alphabet books, and of course, preparations for our Mommy & Me celebration next week! Our line leader each morning has had the big job of choosing the letter we will study that day!  We are practicing building the letters with wood pieces, listing words that begin with that letter, and singing the silly alphabet songs.  We are working to improve the skills we have learned this year during our center times.  The boys are really becoming independent students!

We hope you enjoy the unseasonably cool May weather this weekend! We’ll see you Monday!  Teresa and Elizabeth

Teresa Scott and Elizabeth Bell Fri, Apr 28, 2017

         We zipped up Z week by learning about our LAST alphabet letter!  We talked about things that begin with the /z/ sound, learned about zebras, cut zigzags, located Zanzibar on our giant world map, and dressed zany on Friday! It’s exciting to think that we have learned each letter, shape, number, and color. We will be having fun with games, activities, and lessons, which will help us review.  There is still so much to learn before we leave for summer!

         We are looking forward to our “Mommy and Me” celebration in May. The boys have some special things in store for you!  We hope you have a wonderful weekend and get an opportunity to enjoy the beautiful weather!

Teresa and Elizabeth


In our Spanish class PK boys are learning about “Los Opuestos”  (“The opposites”) such as:  bajo- alto (short- tall), grande- pequeño (big-small),  muchos- pocos (many- few),  viejo- nuevo (old- new), lento- rapido (slow- fast) etc.  To practice our unit they sang  two songs called “Yo soy grande”  (“I’m big”) and “Los opuestos” (“The Opposites”). Also  we played a rhyme to practice the concepts learned.  We used real objets and pictures to identify the oposites.  It was so much fun to learn about "Los opuestos"

Hasta luego,

Señora Watson

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