We had a great time last week during our Valentine's Day party! In the morning the children passed out their Valentine cards and in the afternoon we made ice cream sundaes with all the toppings! The children had a great time! Thank you to everyone that was able to send items for the sundaes.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Here is a little note addressing the Valentine cards for tomorrow's party. I am sending this note home in folders today too! I hope you all have a wonderful Wednesday!
Attention Families: I have received many questions about addressing Valentine’s Day cards. During our Valentine’s Day Party, we will have a Valentine exchange. Please bring a Valentine from your child to give to each student in the class. We currently have 21 students. Please address the valentines “To: My Friend”. This makes it easier for the students to pass them out. I do not send home a list of the names of the children that are in my class. I like the Valentines to be addressed to “My Friend” because it causes less confusion for the children if we do it this way. I hope this clears up any questions you all had! J Thanks for all you do!
Friday, February 8, 2013
Hello Families! This week has been CrAzY! In a good way of course. We went on a field trip Wednesday and the 100th day of school was yesterday. Two big events back to back! The children had a great time both days. Thank you to everyone who contributed to our 100th day snack and thank you to each family for sending the $4.00 for the field trip. Everyone was able to attend!
Check out the newsletter for the week. Your child has a white paper sack in their folder. Please allow them to decorate it at home. The sack will be used to hold our Valentine cards during our Valentine's Day Party on Thursday. Please send the sack back to school by Tuesday, February 12th.
Thanks so much! I hope you all have a fantastic weekend!
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Wow! We made it to the 100th Day of Kindergarten! I'm so proud of all of my kiddos! They have worked super hard since the first day of school! We had a great time celebrating this fun milestone. We competed in a 100 piece puzzle race, met Zero the Hero, and walked through the gallery of 100th Day projects! We also made and ate a snack made from 100 pieces of our favorite snack foods! I enjoyed seeing everyone in their 100th day attire! The kindergarten teachers dressed up like we were 100 years old! The kids loved that! Today was a huge success! Thank you to everyone that brought items for our 100 piece snack! It was yummy!