Week of October 16th

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Hello!

Just a reminder that Wednesday is a late start.  School will begin at 9:40 am.  The bus will arrive 1 hour later than normal time.

Picture day will be November 2nd with a retake day on December 5th!

We worked lots on the letter C, color yellow, and triangles!  All the kids knew what sound letter C makes!

We will continue working on everything from last week.

I did not take many pictures this week!  I will remember this coming week!

Theme: Cookies

Language Arts: “Cc”, “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” and names

Math: Colors: Yellow Shapes: Triangle Numbers 1-5

Social Skills: Eating and Cleaning up

IEP Goals

Enjoy your weekend!

Week of October 9th

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Good Afternoon everyone!

Just informing everyone of program all the teachers in Cotter are doing; it is called Parent University.  It is for all families with kids ages birth-4 years old.  Every Friday at 9:00am-10:00am  for 6 week sessions there will be great information at a school near your home.  You bring the kids with you and there is a short presentation and then you can do fun activities with your children.  My location is Whitmore-Bolles, but there are several other locations.  Let me know if you are interested and I can give you more information on other buildings.

I am also looking to start Special Olympics at our school! We will be called The Young Athletes.  This will be a 12 week program and we will focus on a new skill each week such as throwing and catching, balancing, etc.  Please email me or comment below if you are interested.  Hopefully we can get started soon!!!

This week we worked on the letter B, square shapes, and the color blue!  We made brownies in the shape of a square yesterday!  It was a lot of fun!

Here is our plan for the week!

Here is our plan for the week.

Theme: Cookies

Language Arts: “Cc”, “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” and names

Math: Colors: Yellow Shapes: Triangle Numbers 1-5

Social Skills: Eating and Cleaning up

IEP Goals

Enjoy the pictures!

Week of October 2nd

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Good Afternoon!!!

Wow, I can’t believe October begins in a few days.  It seems like September flew by! We had a great time this week!  Our PT gym is finally complete, so we have enjoyed going down there and working on our gross motor goals!

This coming week we will continue working on the color blue, squares, and the letter B.  I just bought some fun new materials that came today, so I can’t wait to use them next week with the kiddos!

I forgot to send home the lunch menu for next week – but Monday will be chicken nuggets!

Here is our plan for the week!

Theme: Baa, Baa, Black Sheep

Language Arts: “Bb”, “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See” and names

Math: Colors: Blue Shapes: Square Numbers 1-5

Social Skills: Eating and Cleaning up

IEP Goals

Enjoy the pictures!

Week of September 25th

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Good Morning!!!

We have had some sickness going around the classroom!!  Hopefully the weekend will allow time for everyone to heal and be back on Monday.  🙂 Just a reminder:  It is OK (sometimes) to come to school with a cough.  Some coughs can linger on for weeks.  Just use your best discretion for coughs/colds.  If they were up a lot during the night, have a very runny nose, or the coughing is causing them to throw up it would be a good idea to keep your child home. Call me if you have any questions! 313.827.7295

Even though lots of kiddos were out sick this week we still had a lot of fun!  We were able to play outside most days, learned more about circles, the color red, and the letter A.  We also celebrated Ariana’s birthday.  We will celebrate again on Monday because only 2 kids were at school yesterday!

Here is our plan for the week.

Theme: Brown Bear

Language Arts: “Bb”, “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See” and names

Math: Colors: Blue Shapes: Square Numbers 1-5

Social Skills: Eating and Cleaning up

IEP Goals

Enjoy the pictures!

 

Have a wonderful weekend!

Mrs. Barbeau

Week of September 18th

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Good Morning!

We had a fun week working on the color red, circles, and the letter Aa.  Everyone has adjusted to being at school very nicely.  Some highlights of our week were; having a donut treat for the circle shape, making  applesauce for open house and we were able to play outside most days! 🙂 Next week will be just as fun!

Every week for the next several weeks we will have a star of the week!  I will be sending home more information when it is your week.  But basically we will be highlighting some of your child’s favorite things on our bulletin board.  They will get to bring in a favorite toy and show their friends as well! 🙂  First up is Malik!!

This coming week we will be continuing our academic goals from this week; but here is the plan

Theme: Apples

Language Arts: “Aa”, “Ten Apples Up on Top”  and names

Math: Colors: Red Shapes: Circle Numbers 1-5

Social Skills: Eating and Cleaning up

IEP Goals

Enjoy the pictures from the week!

Mrs. Barbeau

 

Welcome to a New School Year!

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Hi everyone!  I know in my note I had told you a different web address for my blog, but that link was no longer activated, so I created this one!

This week was so fun!  It was great to see all their smiling and some crying faces :).  We will have a great school year!  I can’t wait to see how much these kiddos grow socially and academically.

I will do my best to update my blog every Friday with pictures from this week, important events for the coming week, and  what we will be working on! I will add pages for our sick policy, important numbers, and a page where you will be able to meet our team!

This week we have open house on Thursday from 6:00-7:00 pm.  Our new classroom is almost done, so feel free to stop in!

Here is our plan for next week!

Theme: School

Language Arts: “Aa”, “Pete the Cat: Rocking in my School Shoes” and names

Math: Colors: Red Shapes: Circle Numbers 1-5

Social Skills: Eating and Cleaning up

IEP Goals

I finally have a phone in my classroom, so call me at 313.827.7295 or email at barbeaa@dearbornschools.org

Here are a few pictures of the fun we have been having in school!

Enjoy your weekend!!!

Mrs. Barbeau

 

 

 

Welcome to iBlog

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Welcome to iBlog Teacher Websites Sites. This is your brand new classroom website.  There are some things you should do to get started.  Hopefully you have been following the Getting Started Tutorials and Step Sheets.

It is important that you edit your profile so that you can choose your school and grade level as this will help parents and students find your website.  Look for the link in the upper right when you are logged in.