Spring is here! Creating flowers in our art center and sorting bugs and insects in our science center. Looking forward to warmth and sunshine!
Learning about rainbows and created Leprechaun traps with our families.
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Happy March dear families - The LMS smore is now available - check us out !! Remember you can use the translate button on the Smore page to put it into the language of your choice. Have a wonderful month. And remember … "You define your own life. Don't let other people write your script." Oprah Winfrey -
This week we celebrated Read Across America/Author Spotlight Spirit Week. Each day we learned about a new author and listened to a story that they wrote. We coordinated our outfits each day to represent each story and participated in different activities and projects. Ask your child which story and activities were their favorite!
March 2nd, 2023 is Read Across America Day! Today each class chose a Dr. Seuss story to read to their class and children dressed in stripes, red and white, silly hat or mismatched socks to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss!
In honor of Black History Month, our Pre-K children are learning about important historical figures and their contributions to society. We focused on Garrett Morgan, Ruby Bridges and Jackie Robinson. Our students have learned about the accomplishments of so many African-Americans. They participated in crafts and shared writing activities after hearing about their legacies.
School will be closed for Winter Break on Monday, February 20th until Friday, February 24th. School will resume on Monday, February 27th where we will celebrate Read Across America/Author Spotlight Spirit Week!
Wishing all of our students and families a Happy Valentine's Day! ♥️
Today we celebrated the 100th day of school! Mrs. DiCeglio transformed our auditorium into 10 different exercise stations for children and teachers to participate in. Children counted to 10 at each station and by the end they had completed 100 exercises to represent our 100 days of school!
FEBRUARY - Hi Families - Please check out the LHS & LMS smores when you get a chance. Remember you can use the translate button on the page to put it in your language of choice. “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.” — Helen Keller - Have a wonderful month. LMS - https://www.smore.com/nhpjv
Today the children in Room 1 learned about Groundhog's Day and went outside to see if they could see their own shadow!
Today we participated in World Read Aloud Day! Children tuned in to listen to a story read aloud live by the author! The goal of World Read Aloud Day is to bring people together through the shared connection of reading aloud in all of our communities. One of the authors read to us live from Mexico! Ask your child about World Read Aloud Day!
Today we participated in Peaceful Letter Day. Each class listened to the story, "Alphabet Mystery" by Audrey Wood. Then they set off on a quest around the school to find the missing letters by solving riddles along the way. Ask your child about their Peaceful Letter Day!
This week we celebrated the Lunar New Year. We learned about Chinese cultures and traditions by creating our own dragons, Chinese lanterns and even trying Chinese cuisine with chopsticks! Our dramatic play area was transformed to give children a more realistic play experience!
Today we celebrated our Multicultural Day! Our Pre-K children and families participated in our musical parade followed by sharing information about each families heritage and culture in the classrooms. We learned so many wonderful things about how our culture makes us all unique and special! Thank you families for coming in to teach us more about your heritage and traditions.
There will be no school on Monday, January 16th in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Today we learned about Martin Luther King Jr. and discussed some of our own dreams. "If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way."-Martin Luther King Jr.
Hi Families - Wishing you all a Happy & Healthy New Year. The January Smore’s are here. We hope you find them full of interesting information for you and your children. Take a peek and see what you can use. Remember you can use the translate button on the page to put it in your language of choice. LMS - https://www.smore.com/s4q3r
Lawrence Families - The District hopes that 2023 has started well for you and your children. January regent review classes start this weekend,please see QR code located in the attached preview to our winter newsletter. https://5il.co/1murq Dr. Pedersen
It's winter time in Pre-k! Children are enjoying their winter themed center areas and having fun turning their names into sparkly snow!