Last Post- June 4- 8

Dear Families!

Can you believe this is your child’s LAST week of preschool?  Come Thursday June 7th, you will officially have a Kindergartener!  Thank you so much for all your support during this school year!  We had an amazing year together and your child has grown tremendously!  I wish you and your family a relaxing summer with family and friends!  Please continue to practice everything we’ve worked on this year over the summer to prevent summer learning loss.  Here’s what we have going on this week.

What We Are Learning…

Names-
We have taken the next step and begun writing our names. Please continue to practice recognizing the letters in your child’s name and the order in which they go (Rajaa- R-a-j-a-a). Remember, only the first letter in their name is a capital, all the rest are lowercase (Rajaa). We have added learning our last names to the list as well. Please help your child learn their last name along with how to spell it and writing it.

Letters-
Our letter journey has come to an end. We will continue to review and practice the letters until the end of the year.
Please review letters and letter sounds- Ll- Larry Lion, Ff- Fifi Fish, Ee- Edna Elephant, Hh- Hattie Horse, Tt- Tiggy Tiger, Ii- Iggy Iguana, Uu- Umbie Umbrella, Cc- Callie Cat, Oo- Ozzie Octopus, Qq- Queenie Queen, Gg- Gertie Goose, Ss- Sammy Seal, Jj- Jumping Jill, Dd- Dudley Duck, Pp= Pippa Pig, Bb- Benny Bear, Rr- Reggie Rooster, Kk- Keely Kangaroo, Aa- Andy Apple, Vv- Vinny Volcano, Mm- Mimi Mouse, Nn- Nyle Noodle, Ww- Willy Worm, Xx- Mr. X-Ray, Yy- Yetta Yo-yo, Zz- Zelda Zebra

Numbers-
Can you believe it?  We have finished with our numbers to 20.  Please work with your child on recognizing these numbers along with writing them. You can also have your child count out items for each number (quantity).  Please review numbers- 0- zero, 1- one, 2- two, 3- three, 4- four,  5- five, 6- six, 7- seven, 8- eight, 9- nine,  10- ten, 11- eleven, 12- twelve, 13- thirteen, 14- fourteen, 15- fifteen, 16- sixteen, 17- seventeen, 18- eighteen, 19- nineteen, 20- twenty.  You can continue teaching your child numbers beyond 20 and it would be great practice for next year.

Shapes-

We are continuing to learn our basic shapes and what makes up each shape.  Please look for these shapes at home and when you are out with your child.  You can begin to review these shapes; circle, triangle, square, rectangle, oval, diamond

Heart

Star

Reminders-

* Please make sure you continue to dress your child for the weather.  We go outside every day!

*Our Preschool Celebration will be Thursday June 7th at 1:00.

May 28- June 1

Dear Families!

I hope you enjoyed the long weekend and the wonderful weather.  This year is continuing to fly by but we still have lots to accomplish and do here in our classroom. Please continue to practice the skills we work on at school when your child comes home. Keep building their independence to do things themselves. They have grown so much from the beginning of the year! The end of the school year is quickly approaching!  We have 3 weeks left and you’ll have a kindergartener!!  Here’s what we have going on this week.

What We Are Learning…

Names-
We have taken the next step and begun writing our names. Please continue to practice recognizing the letters in your child’s name and the order in which they go (Rajaa- R-a-j-a-a). Remember, only the first letter in their name is a capital, all the rest are lowercase (Rajaa). We have added learning our last names to the list as well. Please help your child learn their last name along with how to spell it and writing it.

Letters-
Our letter journey has come to an end. We will continue to review and practice the letters until the end of the year.
Please review letters- Ll- Larry Lion, Ff- Fifi Fish, Ee- Edna Elephant, Hh- Hattie Horse, Tt- Tiggy Tiger, Ii- Iggy Iguana, Uu- Umbie Umbrella, Cc- Callie Cat, Oo- Ozzie Octopus, Qq- Queenie Queen, Gg- Gertie Goose, Ss- Sammy Seal, Jj- Jumping Jill, Dd- Dudley Duck, Pp= Pippa Pig, Bb- Benny Bear, Rr- Reggie Rooster, Kk- Keely Kangaroo, Aa- Andy Apple, Vv- Vinny Volcano, Mm- Mimi Mouse, Nn- Nyle Noodle, Ww- Willy Worm, Xx- Mr. X-Ray, Yy- Yetta Yo-yo, Zz- Zelda Zebra

Numbers-
Can you believe it?  We have finished with our numbers to 20.  Please work with your child on recognizing these numbers along with writing them. You can also have your child count out items for each number (quantity).  Please review numbers- 0- zero, 1- one, 2- two, 3- three, 4- four,  5- five, 6- six, 7- seven, 8- eight, 9- nine,  10- ten, 11- eleven, 12- twelve, 13- thirteen, 14- fourteen, 15- fifteen, 16- sixteen, 17- seventeen, 18- eighteen, 19- nineteen, 20- twenty.  You can continue teaching your child numbers beyond 20 and it would be great practice for next year.

Shapes-

We are continuing to learn our basic shapes and what makes up each shape.  Please look for these shapes at home and when you are out with your child.  You can begin to review these shapes; circle, triangle, square, rectangle

Oval

 Diamond

Reminders-

* Please make sure you continue to dress your child for the weather.  We go outside every day and it’s getting much warmer out now.

Week of May 21- 25

Dear Families!

This year is flying by but we still have lots to accomplish and do here in our classroom. Please continue to practice the skills we work on at school when your child comes home. Keep building their independence to do things themselves. They have grown so much from the beginning of the year! The end of the school year is quickly approaching!  We have 3 weeks left and you’ll have a kindergartener!!  Here’s what we have going on this week.

What We Are Learning…

Names-
We have taken the next step and begun writing our names. Please continue to practice recognizing the letters in your child’s name and the order in which they go (Rajaa- R-a-j-a-a). Remember, only the first letter in their name is a capital, all the rest are lowercase (Rajaa). We have added learning our last names to the list as well. Please help your child learn their last name along with how to spell it and writing it.

Letters-
Our letter journey has come to an end. We will continue to review and practice the letters until the end of the year.
Please review letters- Ll- Larry Lion, Ff- Fifi Fish, Ee- Edna Elephant, Hh- Hattie Horse, Tt- Tiggy Tiger, Ii- Iggy Iguana, Uu- Umbie Umbrella, Cc- Callie Cat, Oo- Ozzie Octopus, Qq- Queenie Queen, Gg- Gertie Goose, Ss- Sammy Seal, Jj- Jumping Jill, Dd- Dudley Duck, Pp= Pippa Pig, Bb- Benny Bear, Rr- Reggie Rooster, Kk- Keely Kangaroo, Aa- Andy Apple, Vv- Vinny Volcano, Mm- Mimi Mouse, Nn- Nyle Noodle, Ww- Willy Worm, Xx- Mr. X-Ray, Yy- Yetta Yo-yo, Zz- Zelda Zebra

Numbers-
Can you believe it?  We have finished with our numbers to 20.  Please work with your child on recognizing these numbers along with writing them. You can also have your child count out items for each number (quantity).  Please review numbers- 0- zero, 1- one, 2- two, 3- three, 4- four,  5- five, 6- six, 7- seven, 8- eight, 9- nine,  10- ten, 11- eleven, 12- twelve, 13- thirteen, 14- fourteen, 15- fifteen, 16- sixteen, 17- seventeen, 18- eighteen, 19- nineteen, 20- twenty.  You can continue teaching your child numbers beyond 20 and it would be great practice for next year.

Shapes-

We are continuing to learn our basic shapes and what makes up each shape.  Please look for these shapes at home and when you are out with your child.  You can begin to review these shapes; circle, triangle

Square

 Rectangle

Reminders-

*Bike Day is Thursday May 24th.  Your child can bring their bike or scooter to school (bikes and scooters can not be motorized).  Please make sure your child is dressed for the weather and wears gym shoes.  

* No school Monday May 28th!  Happy Memorial Day!

 

Week of May 14- 18

Dear Families,

This year is flying by but we still have lots to accomplish and do here in our classroom. Please continue to practice the skills we work on at school when your child comes home. Keep building their independence to do things themselves. They have grown so much from the beginning of the year! Here’s what we have going on this week.  I would also like to thank each and every one of you for welcoming Mrs. Chahine and I into your homes during home visits.  It was wonderful to spend some with you in a more relaxing and comfortable environment.

What We Are Learning…
Names-
We have taken the next step and begun writing our names. Please continue to practice recognizing the letters in your child’s name and the order in which they go (Rajaa- R-a-j-a-a). Remember, only the first letter in their name is a capital, all the rest are lowercase (Rajaa). We have added learning our last names to the list as well. Please help your child learn their last name along with how to spell it and writing it.

Letters-
Our letter journey has come to an end. We will continue to review and practice the letters until the end of the year.
Please review letters- Ll- Larry Lion, Ff- Fifi Fish, Ee- Edna Elephant, Hh- Hattie Horse, Tt- Tiggy Tiger, Ii- Iggy Iguana, Uu- Umbie Umbrella, Cc- Callie Cat, Oo- Ozzie Octopus, Qq- Queenie Queen, Gg- Gertie Goose, Ss- Sammy Seal, Jj- Jumping Jill, Dd- Dudley Duck, Pp= Pippa Pig, Bb- Benny Bear, Rr- Reggie Rooster, Kk- Keely Kangaroo, Aa- Andy Apple, Vv- Vinny Volcano, Mm- Mimi Mouse, Nn- Nyle Noodle, Ww- Willy Worm, Xx- Mr. X-Ray, Yy- Yetta Yo-yo, Zz- Zelda Zebra

Numbers-
Can you believe it?  We are working on our last number this week!  Please work with your child on recognizing these numbers along with writing them. You can also have your child count out items for each number (quantity).  Please review numbers- 0- zero, 1- one, 2- two, 3- three, 4- four,  5- five, 6- six, 7- seven, 8- eight, 9- nine,  10- ten, 11- eleven, 12- twelve, 13- thirteen, 14- fourteen, 15- fifteen, 16- sixteen, 17- seventeen, 18- eighteen, 19- nineteen, 20- twenty

Shapes-

We are continuing to learn our basic shapes and what makes up each shape.  Please look for these shapes at home and when you are out with your child.  You can begin to review these shapes; circle

Triangle

Square

Reminders-
* There is a 1/2 day of preschool on Thursday May 17th.  Please pick your child up on time.

 

Week of April 16- 20

Dear Families,
This year is flying by but we still have lots to accomplish and do here in our classroom. Please continue to practice the skills we work on at school when your child comes home. Keep building their independence to do things themselves. They have grown so much from the beginning of the year! Here’s what we have going on this week.

What We Are Learning…
Names-
We have taken the next step and begun writing our names. Please continue to practice recognizing the letters in your child’s name and the order in which they go (Rajaa- R-a-j-a-a). Remember, only the first letter in their name is a capital, all the rest are lowercase (Rajaa). We have added learning our last names to the list as well. Please help your child learn their last name along with how to spell it and writing it.

Letters-
Our letter journey has come to an end. We will continue to review and practice the letters until the end of the year.
Please review letters- Ll- Larry Lion, Ff- Fifi Fish, Ee- Edna Elephant, Hh- Hattie Horse, Tt- Tiggy Tiger, Ii- Iggy Iguana, Uu- Umbie Umbrella, Cc- Callie Cat, Oo- Ozzie Octopus, Qq- Queenie Queen, Gg- Gertie Goose, Ss- Sammy Seal, Jj- Jumping Jill, Dd- Dudley Duck, Pp= Pippa Pig, Bb- Benny Bear, Rr- Reggie Rooster, Kk- Keely Kangaroo, Aa- Andy Apple, Vv- Vinny Volcano, Mm- Mimi Mouse, Nn- Nyle Noodle, Ww- Willy Worm, Xx- Mr. X-Ray, Yy- Yetta Yo-yo, Zz- Zelda Zebra

Numbers-
Can you believe it?  We are working on our last number this week!  Please work with your child on recognizing these numbers along with writing them. You can also have your child count out items for each number (quantity).  Please review numbers- 0- zero, 1- one, 2- two, 3- three, 4- four,  5- five, 6- six, 7- seven, 8- eight, 9- nine,  10- ten, 11- eleven, 12- twelve, 13- thirteen, 14- fourteen, 15- fifteen, 16- sixteen, 17- seventeen, 18- eighteen, 19- nineteen, 20- twenty

Shapes-

We are going to begin working on basic shapes and what makes up each shape.  Please look for these shapes at home and when you are out with your child.

Circle

Reminders-
* Parent Meeting Thursday April 19, 8:00 am.
* Please dress your child for the weather. We are going outside and it is still pretty chilly out.

Week of March 26- 30

Dear Families,
This year is flying by but we still have lots to accomplish and do here in our classroom. Please continue to practice the skills we work on at school when your child comes home. Keep building their independence to do things themselves. They have grown so much from the beginning of the year! Here’s what we have going on this week.

What We Are Learning…
Names-
We have taken the next step and begun writing our names. Please continue to practice recognizing the letters in your child’s name and the order in which they go (Rajaa- R-a-j-a-a). Remember, only the first letter in their name is a capital, all the rest are lowercase (Rajaa). We have added learning our last names to the list as well. Please help your child learn their last name along with how to spell it and writing it.

Letters-
Our letter journey has come to an end. We will continue to review and practice the letters until the end of the year.
Please review letters- Ll- Larry Lion, Ff- Fifi Fish, Ee- Edna Elephant, Hh- Hattie Horse, Tt- Tiggy Tiger, Ii- Iggy Iguana, Uu- Umbie Umbrella, Cc- Callie Cat, Oo- Ozzie Octopus, Qq- Queenie Queen, Gg- Gertie Goose, Ss- Sammy Seal, Jj- Jumping Jill, Dd- Dudley Duck, Pp= Pippa Pig, Bb- Benny Bear, Rr- Reggie Rooster, Kk- Keely Kangaroo, Aa- Andy Apple, Vv- Vinny Volcano, Mm- Mimi Mouse, Nn- Nyle Noodle, Ww- Willy Worm, Xx- Mr. X-Ray, Yy- Yetta Yo-yo, Zz- Zelda Zebra

Numbers-
Can you believe it?  We are working on our last number this week!  Please work with your child on recognizing these numbers along with writing them. You can also have your child count out items for each number (quantity).

20- twenty  * * * * *   * * * * *   * * * * *   * * * * *

We have previously learned numbers:
0- zero

1- one  *

2- two  * *

3- three  * * *

4- four  * * * *

5- five  * * * * *

6- six  * * * * *    *

7- seven  * * * * *    * *

8- eight  * * * * *    * * *

9- nine * * * * *    * * * *

10- ten  * * * * *    * * * * *

11- eleven  * * * * *    * * * * *    *

12- twelve  * * * * *    * * * * *    * *

13- thirteen  * * * * *    * * * * *    * * *

14- fourteen  * * * * *    * * * * *    * * * *

15- fifteen  * * * * *    * * * * *    * * * * *

16- sixteen * * * * *    * * * * *    * * * * *    *

17- seventeen * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

18- eighteen * * * * *    * * * * *    * * * * *    * * *

19- nineteen * * * * *    * * * * *    * * * * *    * * * *

Reminders-
* No School Week of April 2- 6.  It’s Spring Break!
* Please dress your child for the weather. We are going outside and it is still pretty chilly out.

March 19- 23

Dear Families,

Happy Spring!  It’s officially spring but I am not so sure Mother Nature realizes it!  I hope you have been enjoying the longer days of sunlight!  I know I am.  This year is flying by but we still have lots to accomplish and do here in our classroom.  Please continue to practice the skills we work on at school when your child comes home.  Keep building their independence to do things themselves.  They have grown so much from the beginning of the year!  Here’s what we have going on this week.

What We Are Learning…

Names-
We have taken the next step and begun writing our names. Please continue to practice recognizing the letters in your child’s name and the order in which they go (Rajaa- R-a-j-a-a). Remember, only the first letter in their name is a capital, all the rest are lowercase (Rajaa).  We have added learning our last names to the list as well.  Please help your child learn their last name along with how to spell it and writing it.

Letters-
Our letter journey has come to an end.  We will continue to review and practice the letters until the end of the year.

Please review letters- Ll- Larry Lion, Ff- Fifi Fish, Ee- Edna Elephant, Hh- Hattie Horse, Tt- Tiggy Tiger, Ii- Iggy Iguana, Uu- Umbie Umbrella, Cc- Callie Cat, Oo- Ozzie Octopus, Qq- Queenie Queen, Gg- Gertie Goose, Ss- Sammy Seal, Jj- Jumping Jill, Dd- Dudley Duck, Pp= Pippa Pig, Bb- Benny Bear, Rr- Reggie Rooster, Kk- Keely Kangaroo, Aa- Andy Apple, Vv- Vinny Volcano, Mm- Mimi Mouse, Nn- Nyle Noodle, Ww- Willy Worm, Xx- Mr. X-Ray, Yy- Yetta Yo-yo, Zz- Zelda Zebra

Numbers-

Our number journey is halfway over!  We are continuing to learn 1- 2 numbers a week, starting at 0 and going up to the number 20. Please work with your child on recognizing these numbers along with writing them. You can also have your child count out items for each number (quantity).

18- eighteen   * * * * *   * * * * *   * * * * *   * * *

19- nineteen   * * * * *   * * * * *   * * * * *    * * * *

We have previously learned numbers:
0- zero

1- one *

2- two * *

3- three * * *

4- four * * * *

5- five * * * * *

6- six * * *  * * *

7- seven * * * *   * * *

8- eight * * * *   * * * *

9- nine * * * * *   * * * *

10- ten * * * * *   * * * * *

11- eleven * * * * *   * * * * *   *

12- twelve * * * * *   * * * * *   * *

13- thirteen * * * * *   * * * * *    * * *

14- fourteen * * * * *   * * * * *    * * * *

15- fifteen * * * * *   * * * * *   * * * * *

16- sixteen * * * * *   * * * * *   * * * * *   *

17- seventeen * * * * *   * * * * *   * * * * *    * *

Reminders- 

*  Students have a 1/2 day Thursday March 22.  Dismissal is at 10:50.

*  Make up parent/ teacher conferences will be held on Thursday.  If you missed your conference, Mrs. Chahine and I have contacted  you.

*  Please dress your child for the weather.  We are going outside and it is still pretty chilly out.

March 12- 16 & March 5- 12

Dear Families,
I hope everyone is adjusting to the time change and enjoying the extra sunlight a little later each day!  I can’t believe we are halfway through March!  Where is the time going?  Thank you for your continued support helping your child with the skills we are working on in class.

What We Are Learning…

Names-
We have taken the next step and begun writing our names. Please continue to practice recognizing the letters in your child’s name and the order in which they go (Rajaa- R-a-j-a-a). Remember, only the first letter in their name is a capital, all the rest are lowercase (Rajaa).  We have added learning our last names to the list as well.  Please help your child learn their last name along with how to spell it and writing it.

Letters-
Our letter journey has come to an end.  We will continue to review and practice the letters until the end of the year.

Please review letters- Ll- Larry Lion, Ff- Fifi Fish, Ee- Edna Elephant, Hh- Hattie Horse, Tt- Tiggy Tiger, Ii- Iggy Iguana, Uu- Umbie Umbrella, Cc- Callie Cat, Oo- Ozzie Octopus, Qq- Queenie Queen, Gg- Gertie Goose, Ss- Sammy Seal, Jj- Jumping Jill, Dd- Dudley Duck, Pp= Pippa Pig, Bb- Benny Bear, Rr- Reggie Rooster, Kk- Keely Kangaroo, Aa- Andy Apple, Vv- Vinny Volcano, Mm- Mimi Mouse, Nn- Nyle Noodle, Ww- Willy Worm, Xx- Mr. X-Ray, Yy- Yetta Yo-yo, Zz- Zelda Zebra

Numbers-

Our number journey is halfway over!  We are continuing to learn 1- 2 numbers a week, starting at 0 and going up to the number 20. Please work with your child on recognizing these numbers along with writing them. You can also have your child count out items for each number (quantity).

16- sixteen * * * * *   * * * * *   * * * * *   *

17- seventeen * * * * *   * * * * *   * * * * *    * *

We have previously learned numbers:
0- zero

1- one *

2- two * *

3- three * * *

4- four * * * *

5- five * * * * *

6- six * * *  * * *

7- seven * * * *   * * *

8- eight * * * *   * * * *

9- nine * * * * *   * * * *

10- ten * * * * *   * * * * *

11- eleven * * * * *   * * * * *   *

12- twelve * * * * *   * * * * *   * *

13- thirteen * * * * *   * * * * *    * * *

14- fourteen * * * * *   * * * * *    * * * *

15- fifteen * * * * *   * * * * *   * * * * *

Reminders- 

* No late start tomorrow March 14 for preschool students

* No school for preschool students Thursday March 15 due to parent/ teacher conferences.  Please check the reminder that goes home tomorrow about your conference time.  Please be on time for your conference.

 

 

February 26- March 2

Dear Families,
I hope you had a restful and relaxing week off!  I can’t believe it’s almost spring out and how quickly the year is passing by.  We have finished letters but please continue practice with your child at home.  We are still working on numbers along with reviewing colors.  Soon we will begin practicing shapes.  Please make sure you are continuing to dress your child for the weather since we are going outside more often since it’s warmer now.

What We Are Learning…

Names-
We have taken the next step and begun writing our names. Please continue to practice recognizing the letters in your child’s name and the order in which they go (Rajaa- R-a-j-a-a). Remember, only the first letter in their name is a capital, all the rest are lowercase (Rajaa).

Letters-
Our letter journey has come to an end.  We will continue to review and practice the letters until the end of the year.

Please review letters- Ll- Larry Lion, Ff- Fifi Fish, Ee- Edna Elephant, Hh- Hattie Horse, Tt- Tiggy Tiger, Ii- Iggy Iguana, Uu- Umbie Umbrella, Cc- Callie Cat, Oo- Ozzie Octopus, Qq- Queenie Queen, Gg- Gertie Goose, Ss- Sammy Seal, Jj- Jumping Jill, Dd- Dudley Duck, Pp= Pippa Pig, Bb- Benny Bear, Rr- Reggie Rooster, Kk- Keely Kangaroo, Aa- Andy Apple, Vv- Vinny Volcano, Mm- Mimi Mouse, Nn- Nyle Noodle, Ww- Willy Worm, Xx- Mr. X-Ray, Yy- Yetta Yo-yo, Zz- Zelda Zebra

Numbers-

Our number journey is halfway over!  We are continuing to learn 1- 2 numbers a week, starting at 0 and going up to the number 20. Please work with your child on recognizing these numbers along with writing them. You can also have your child count out items for each number (quantity).

12- twelve * * * * *   * * * * *   * *

13- thirteen * * * * *   * * * * *    * * *

We have previously learned numbers:
0- zero

1- one *

2- two * *

3- three * * *

4- four * * * *

5- five * * * * *

6- six * * *  * * *

7- seven * * * *   * * *

8- eight * * * *   * * * *

9- nine * * * * *   * * * *

10- ten * * * * *   * * * * *

11- eleven * * * * *   * * * * *   *

 

 

January 29- February 2

Dear Families,
We only have 6 letters left in our journey!  Even though we are almost done with the letters, we will continue to practice them throughout the year.  Please continue practice with your child at home as well.  Please make sure you are continuing to dress your child for the weather since we are going outside.

What We Are Learning…

Names-
We have taken the next step and begun writing our names. Please continue to practice recognizing the letters in your child’s name and the order in which they go (Rajaa- R-a-j-a-a). Remember, only the first letter in their name is a capital, all the rest are lowercase (Rajaa).

Letters-
As our letter journey continues, we will learn 2 more letters this week. Students will learn to identify the letters, the sound, recognize the letter in print and write the letter on their own. Please make sure you are checking the blog for updates so you can help work with your child at home. Don’t forget to practice previously learned letters.

Mm- Mimi Mouse

Nn- Nyle Noodle

Please review letters- Ll- Larry Lion, Ff- Fifi Fish, Ee- Edna Elephant, Hh- Hattie Horse, Tt- Tiggy Tiger, Ii- Iggy Iguana, Uu- Umbie Umbrella, Cc- Callie Cat, Oo- Ozzie Octopus, Qq- Queenie Queen, Gg- Gertie Goose, Ss- Sammy Seal, Jj- Jumping Jill, Dd- Dudley Duck, Pp= Pippa Pig, Bb- Benny Bear, Rr- Reggie Rooster, Kk- Keely Kangaroo, Aa- Andy Apple, Vv- Vinny Volcano

Numbers-

Our number journey has begun! We will be learning 1- 2 numbers a week, starting at 0 and going up to the number 20. Please work with your child on recognizing these numbers along with writing them. You can also have your child count out items for each number (quantity).

6- six * * *  * * *

7- seven * * * *   * * *

We have previously learned numbers:
0- zero

1- one *

2- two * *

3- three * * *

4- four * * * *

5- five * * * * *

Reminders-

Please make sure you turn in your permission slip for our field trip on Tuesday February 6.