• Week of October 16

    Letter of the Week

    Letter Ff

    Color of the Week


    Shape of the Week




    Character Trait

    The Humble Hero


    Nocturnal Animals

    Nutrition Tip 

    Red Light, Green Light foods

    Bible Verse 

    Be kindhearted and keep a humble attitude. - 1 Peter 3:8

    Parent Partnership 

    Self-control - The language we use in PK is: "I am in charge of my own body and capable of controlling my actions." ("Put your body together.")

    Important Dates

    Friday, 20 October 2017
    PK Harvest Party

    Friday, 27 October 2017
    Grandparents' Day

Merideth Arnold and Traci Stewart Fri, Oct 13, 2017

Ee is for one exciting week! We began our week with a new song about Elmo the Elephant and a mystery box full of things that made us think of “E”. We built our new letter with our wood pieces and added to it an egg!

The boys looked exceptional in their black on Wednesday, and we had fun with this color in many ways! We are continuing to add to our shape family each week. See if your son can tell you another name for a diamond!

Our unit on nocturnal animals is interesting and fun. We have been making our own animals as we read about them. You will love looking at your son’s creations!

We hope to see you all at our PK Harvest Party next Friday! Have an excellent weekend!

Traci Stewart and Merideth Arnold Wed, Oct 04, 2017

We have been reading new books and learning new songs about fall! The boys have worked hard during this short week!  We have been reviewing our shapes, colors, and letters this week.  Please use your wood pieces to build A, B, C and D at home. 

We hope you all have a restful fall break. We’ll see you next Tuesday!

Merideth and Traci

Merideth Arnold and Traci Stewart Wed, Oct 04, 2017

  It has been a dog-gone great week! We stayed busy designing Dalmatian dogs, making donuts in housekeeping, and building D’s with PlayDoh.  We played with dump trucks and dug for dinosaur bones in the sand table! We have practiced building D’s and singing with Daisy Doll. We even snacked on some delicious donuts on Friday! 

This week, we began our study on nocturnal animals, and we learned some neat things about lightning bugs and owls. See if your son can tell you to which family the lightning bug belongs!

It has been so nice to play in the cool, autumnal weather. Everyone was delighted to see the first few signs of our new season outside during recess! What a dynamite week!

Traci and Merideth

Merideth Arnold and Traci Stewart Fri, Sep 22, 2017

We changed our season tree to “Autumn” yesterday, and we are looking for leaves that have changed colors! Rudy Rectangle came to visit and taught us a new song. Our group of shapes is growing! We will be reviewing these shapes for weeks to come.

We have been using our big curves to build C’s and thinking of words with the /c/ sound.  We created caterpillars, drove cars, counted things into cans, covered our C’s with corn, and sorted cookies!  Our Dogs and Dads cookout was the highlight of our week! Dads and Grandads are the COOLEST!

Have a great first weekend of fall! We hope your team pulls off a win!

Traci and Merideth

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