Sunday, November 29, 2015

Thankful for Our Little Turkeys

We are so thankful for your little kiddos!  They make us so happy.  They really keep us on our toes, too!  We are also so thankful for our Kindergarten families.  We couldn't do everything that we do at school without your support.  You follow up on things that the kids are learning at school by helping with homework and also by reading our newsletter and reviewing skills at home.  One great example of your support is our Turkeys in Disguise project.  The kids brought in the most darling creations!  You can check out the costumed creatures below.  Enjoy!




Friday, November 13, 2015

Vowels

The kids have worked very hard learning the consonant sounds.  They've been trying to stretch words and hear all the sounds...including the vowels.  Here's a song that we've been using in class - Vowel Bat.  It's a big hit with the kids!


Monday, November 9, 2015

Helping Those in Need!


November 9 -16, the Hayes chapter of the National Junior Beta Club will be collecting nonperishable food items for needy families. 

Please help us to help others have a Happy Thanksgiving.

Food will be collected in each homeroom. 

Students may donate items such as canned vegetables and fruits, soup, peanut butter, cornbread mix, cranberry sauce, stuffing, cereal, rice, dry beans, pasta, or macaroni and cheese.

*****The homeroom that brings in the most food items will win a pizza party!*****




Thursday, November 5, 2015

Turkeys in Hiding!!


We're super excited to involve families in a fun homework project!  You received instructions for a Turkeys in Disguise.  Check out some sample ideas below.  If you need to borrow scissors or a glue stick or need any construction paper, please let your child's teacher know!  Be creative and have fun!!


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