february 1-5 news

I hope everyone had a great weekend and enjoyed the warmer weather!

This week (February 1-5) in Bible we are going to learn about “The Woman at the Well” and “The Nobleman’s Son”. Our Bible verse is Matthew 28:20. There will be an assessment this Friday!

In Phonics this week we are going to review the consonant K as I was out all last week. K is for kangaroo, kindness, and koala. Capital K looks like a flagpole with a big V turned to the side. Little K looks like a little flagpole with a little v turned to the side. We will also be reviewing blend ladders!

This week in Numbers we are reviewing 1-11. We will learn the concept of 12.  We will be counting to 50!

Letter K Song

Kathy Kangaroo, Kathy Kangaroo. K says k, k, k, k. Kite and key and kitten. Kettle, king, koala. K says k, k, k, k.

Reminders:

– Please feel free to donate anything to our Blessing Box!

– Show and Tell for the letter K will be on Friday, February 5. Please bring a show and tell that can fit inside of your child’ s backpack.

– Winter Break: February 8-10. School resumes February 11.

– Scholastic is due February 5! Checks only please! No CASH!

We will celebrate Valentines Day on Friday, February 12. Your child may send candy/treats and cards to pass out to their friends J We have 21 students in Pre-K 4. Please make sure to send a Valentine for everyone.

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You’re Invited!

Parents of VCA Pk4 students and new families interested in applying for kindergarten for the 2016-2017 school year are invited to attend a special meeting on Tuesday night at VCA at 6pm in Room 203!

  • A discounted registration fee will be offered for students registering that night.
  • three scholarship programs available for incoming kindergarten students will be discussed .

RSVP: 504.733.5087 or info@vcagators.net

 

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january 18-22

I hope everyone had a great three day weekend! I am looking forward to a great week in Pre-K 4!

This week (January 18-22) we will be reviewing and there will be no bible verse.

In Phonics this week we are learning the consonant F. F is for family, flower, and fish. Capital F looks like a flagpole with a big flag and a little flag. Little f looks like a candy cane with a belt. We will also be reviewing blend ladders!

This week in Numbers we are reviewing 1-10. We will be counting to 40.

Letter F Song

Freddy Fish, Freddy Fish.

F says, f, f, f, f.

Fox and flower, forest. Flag and Family.

F says f, f, f, f.

Reminders:

– Please feel free to donate anything to our Blessing Box!

– Show and Tell for the letter F will be on Friday, January 22. Please bring a show and tell that can fit inside of your child’ s backpack.

– Scholastic Book Orders are due Thursday, January 21. No cash. Checks only made out to Scholastic Book Orders.

-The Kindergarten Meeting is Tuesday, January 19 at 6pm in room 203. All current students and new families are invited to attend! There will be a discounted registration fee offered at this meeting and lots of info about what to expect in Kindergarten! You don’t want to miss this!

Thank you!

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january 4-8

I hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I enjoyed a family vacation with my family in North Carolina!

This week (January 4-8) in Bible we are going to learn about Jonah. Our memory verse is James 1:17. I will assess the students on Friday, January 8.

In Phonics this week we are learning the consonant R. R is for rainbow, robot, and rain. Capital R looks like a straight stick with a hump and a slide. Little r is short stick with a droopy arm. We will also be reviewing blend ladders!

This week in Numbers we are reviewing 1-9 and learning about the concept of 10. We will be counting to 30.

Please review ALL at home! Thanks!

Reminders:

– Please feel free to donate anything to our Blessing Box!

– Show and Tell for the letter R will be on Friday, January 8. Please bring a show and tell that can fit inside of your child’ s backpack.

– Report cards will be sent home this Friday!

-Please send an extra change of clothes for the colder weather for your child if you have not already done so.

-Hotdogs and grapes should be cut in half lengthwise.

-THANK YOU so much for all of your help at the Christmas party AND for my gifts!

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