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3’s Class February Newsletter
Mrs. Hewlett & Mrs. Carrie
We’ve had a great start to the New Year in our class! Everyone is working hard and has become more independent each day! We have focused a lot on writing our own name and cutting with scissors. It’s amazing to see how far they have come already!
This month our theme will be learning all about our 5 senses and community helpers. We will use our sense of smell in math to graph our favorite scratch n sniff stickers, we will use our sense of touch in the science center when we put our hands in the feely box to determine what we are touching, use our sense of hearing listening to mystery sounds, and use our sense of sight as we practice our fine motor skills at the sensory table. Mrs. Carrie will teach “How do arctic animals stay warm in icy weather?” in Science. We will also be talking about the helpers in our community and their jobs. We will incorporate these jobs into our centers and artwork.
Our fruit of the spirit this month is kindness. We will talk about being kind to one another and hear stories from the bible in class and at chapel time. Our bible verse is “Be kind to one another.” Ephesians 4:32.
On the 14th & 15th, we will let each class pass Valentine cards to their classmates (13th M/W classes, 14th T/TH classes). When preparing these, have your child write their name on the FROM: section but DO NOT have them write a name in the TO: section. This makes it easier for them to hand out on their own. Thanks! We will also be decorating a bag to collect our Valentine cards. No need to send anything in to collect the Valentine cards.
Just like our Holiday Party, we will have a Valentine’s Party the last 45 minutes of class on the 14th & 15th. A sign-up sheet will be located outside the class for those who want to come in and help out with game, craft, or supply some goodies for the party. Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Everyone has come so far since the first day of preschool. We are very proud of them and you should be too!