A Note from Mrs. Hart
Dear Parents and Grandparents,
I hope you enjoyed Easter Break with your little one. Our students are doing very well with following classroom procedures and rules. They’re growing in more ways than one. It won’t be long and they’ll be on their way to kindergarten.
Please remember that on Wednesday we have Mass and students are expected to come ready. Shirts tucked in, ties on, and wearing proper uniforms.
This week we’ll be learning about farms and farm animals. On Friday, your child is welcome to bring a farm related item for Show & Share.
Please feel free to contact me with questions or concerns.
This Week in Class
-Identify numbers 11-20
-Sort farm animals into colors and by type of farm animals
-Review patterns and what comes next
English Language Arts
-Act out the poems or short stories (Little Red Hen, Farmer in the Dell, B-I-N-G-O)
-Begin using appropriate voice volume, sentence structure, and vocabulary
-Recall some details in stories read aloud
-Be able to state what farm animals could be used for (pets, food, milk, etc.)
Fine and Gross Motor Activities
-Use stamps to create a farm with animals that would live on a farm
-Use PVC pipe and fittings to build an irrigation system for crops
-Use bolts, washers, and nuts to fix a pretend tractor
-Dress up in bib overalls and dresses (use little fingers to manipulate buttons)
Farmer in the Dell
There was a Little Turtle
Big Red Barn
The Cow That Went Oink
When the Rooster Crowed
Big White and Little Red Hen
Tommy’s Just Right Pet
-God Made Animals
Upcoming Dates & Reminders
April 27th – PTO Meeting in Neglia Hall
May 2nd – Midlands Gives