We hope everyone had a wonderful March! We finally finished our alphabet books, despite all our snow days!! We enjoyed reading many great stories and creating wonderful art projects. We welcomed Spring by creating a new bulletin board outside the classroom, we hope it brings the warm weather! We celebrated two birthdays on March 22nd by decorating sugar cookies and crown cards!
These next few months we will be focusing on interesting places throughout the United States. We will explore different cities and National Parks. We will be wearing our chef hats to cook up regional favorites; like New England Apple Pie and Southwest Salsa! We will also conduct several science experiments and learn a little history. We are excited to learn fun facts about the USA along with the children. For the month of April we will be learning about New England, The Southwest, The Mid-Atlantic States and The Southeast.
If you plan on traveling during April vacation please let us know if you would like to take Flat Stanley along. He has been on some great adventures and we believe he has so much more to explore!!
This month we have three (3) early release days at 12:30pm.
- April 3rd will be a Pajama afternoon with breakfast and a movie. Please have your child bring pajamas to school with a favorite stuffed animal. They will have a chance to change into their pajamas once they arrive to extended day. Please keep your eyes peeled for notices at our sign out station regarding the breakfast.
- April 11th the Museum of Fine Arts will be coming to create Native American Pottery. The charge for this exciting event is $1 per child.
- April 24th the Mass Audobon will be visiting. This event is free!
An Apple Pie for Dinner
A couple of reminders this month…
* Please sign your child out EVERYDAY!
*NO SCHOOL: April 15-19, 2013
*April 25th Birthday Bash
ALL RECYCABLES: Boxes of all shapes and sizes, egg cartons, paper towel rolls, yogurt containers, plastic water bottles, tissue boxes, milk cartons, cereal boxes
Dry Erase Markers