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Dates to Remember What's Happening with the Letter People During the month of October, we will be meeting the Letter People Ms. P, Ms. W, and Ms. A. During Ms. P’s unit, the children will learn about body parts, what we can do with our bodies and how we change as we grow. Ms. W will focus and the weather and how we should dress in different types of weather. Ms. A will focus on our feelings. Fall Break October 5 -9 Parent Conferences begin October 16 Safety Event October 20 th Field Trip to Schmidt farms October 22 nd Clark Carnival October 23 rd October Birthdays Ja’Kyrin – 4 th Khloe – 4 th Nalani – 16 th Tyrell – 23 rd Addison – 23 rd Alliyah – 23 rd Ja’Derion – 26 th Brayden – 26 th A’Layah – 29 th Transition Tidbits The purpose of all the transition events is to make the move from home to preschool or preschool to kindergarten as smooth and easy as possible. We also seek to increase parent awareness of the elementary school processes while helping parents be advocates for their children.
Literacy Lingo Perfect Attendance Brighton D. Logan A. Gabrielle H. Chanelle H. Si’Mya P. Nalani L. La. Kenzi A. Alana T. Mason B. Elijah W. Ca. Sean C. Briale C. Kaden I. Ja’Kyrin J. Angel G. Jayden S. Anamaria H. Sean S. Kamoryion J. Kaleah C. Aiden T. Alexis L. Dorion S. Olivia T. Hugo C. A’Destinee G. Keonte F. Ja’Derion H. La. Dainian J. Brayden M. Jhournee W. Amareaye A. Caeston C. Aniya L. Raelyn P. Brayah S. Kevon M. A’Layah T. Aevin Z. The Mc. Cracken County Public Library is an excellent resource for books and other materials that will help introduce your child to Kindergarten. Take your child to the library and check a few books or read a few there. Consider Dr. Seuss books! They are favorites and help introduce children to the art of rhyming. Classic nursery rhymes such as excellent choices too. New Head Start parents should have participated in a home visit, and Parent Orientation meeting. These meetings introduce the family to Head Start and help to prepare the child for preschool. Returning parents should continue the learning process for their child by reminding them about bus safety, the BEE book and attending preschool every day. Our children are learning about sets. Collections Math Everyday!! of objects can be sorted into sets based on their attributes, or characteristics, such as color, shape, or type of object. Objects can be sorted in different ways and sets can be compared and ordered. You can help your child at home learn about sets using coins, toy cars, rocks, m&m’s, silverware, or other object s around the house. Encourage your child to sort objects into sets then ask them why they sorted the objects in that way. Use the words sets and sorting as you work with your child.