Last Week!!

I wanted to say thank you! Thank you for allowing me this year with your child! I really enjoyed watching them learn and grow. It flew by!!

As this last week approaches us I just wanted to give you a few reminders….

  1. Monday, June 10th at 12:30 is our end of the year party. It is a regular day of school for your child. However, at 12:30 you can bring a non-motorized bike or scooter along with a helmet to school for your child to ride.  Please check the weather, if it is raining at that time, we will not do the bikes and just meet in the classroom for a picnic.  Lastly, if you would like to, please bring a dish to pass and a drink for both yourself and your child.
  2.  Tuesday, June 11th is a half day 11:45 dismissal and your child’s last day of preschool
  3. As a follow up to the Ages and Stages Questionnaire filled out in the Fall, please follow this link to complete your end of the year questionnaire.

I hope you all enjoy your summer with family and friends! If you need anything please feel free to contact me via email or remind!

Post Spring Break

We have been very busy over the past couple of weeks.  The children are both learning and acting out nursery rhymes.  Below are pictures of them acting out Humpty Dumpty.  They have also done a few science experiments such as color mixing with playdoh and making raisins dance…pop vs water.  Lastly, the built a classroom mailbox using an old cardboard box and decorated it using materials from around the room.

Upcoming Events

March 25th at Cotter: Bingo for Books 4:45-5:15

March 26th: Mis-match Day! Have your child wear mis-matched clothes and shoes

March 27th: PJ Day! Have your child wear their PJ’s to school and bring their favorite stuffed animal or blanket!

March 28th: Wear Purple!! We will be taking a school picture and are encouraged to wear as much purple as we can!

April 1st-5th: No School! Spring Break!

April 18th: Parent/Child Meeting at Esper library 11:00


I will post the May schedule in a few weeks!

Science Experiment

As a follow up to the Michigan Science Center field trip, we conducted our own experiment this week.  After reading the book “The Cloud” by Eric Carle, the children experimented with their “cloud” and tried to make it rain using eye droppers and colored water.  This also turned into a color mixing activity.

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