• Week of February 19th

    Posted by Kelly Mosolino on 2/23/2018

    It is staying light out later and we can hear the birds chirping...is spring getting closer?  I hope so!  We have been busy practicing using our "talkers" to greet our teachers and friends and to ask for a turn and help.  The students are doing a great job learning their devices and beginning to use them in the classroom.  The second trimester is coming to an end and report cards will be coming home soon.  The students have all done great working towards their goals and I have seen a lot of growth!  So exciting.  As always, if you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact me.  Have great weekend!

    Monthly Theme Sleeping/Night

    Letter of the Week T

    CORE word of the week: Help

    Books we read this week  The Bear Snored onThe Napping House, and Froggy Goes to Bed

    Art Activity T is for Tree

    Heathly Plate items of the week we made fish scenes with graham crackers, cream cheese and gold fish.

    Important Dates:     

            Wednesday, February 28th-Early Release at 2:00

            Sunday, March 11th- Day light savings-Don't forget to turn your clocks ahead.

           Friday, March 16th Field trip to Yoga Studio

           Monday, March 26th- Friday, March 30th No School-Spring Break

          Monday, April 1 School resumes

         

            

     

    *Units of Study Book

     

     

     

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  • Week of January 29th-February 2nd

    Posted by Kelly Mosolino on 2/2/2018

    The ground hog saw his shadow, so six more weeks of winter (Boo Who)!  There has been a lot of sickness going around.  Let's keep practice thorough hand washing and proper ways to cover our cough and blow our nose!  I sent home information on Valentine's Day today, so please look for it in your child's folder! Please remeber that the district policy has changed and there is no food items allowed at school.  Also, snow is being forecasted for this weekend, so please send your child with snow pants and boots on Monday.  Thanks and have a great weekend!  GO PATS! 

    Monthly Theme Winter 

    Letter of the Week Q

    CORE word of the week: See

    Books we read this week  Hello SnowSneezy the SnowmanPuppies in the Snow

    Art Activity Q is for Quilt

    Important Dates:     

            Wednesday, February 7th 100th day of school

            Wednesday, February 14th  Valentine's Day Party (see flier sent home for more info)

            Thursday, February 15th Field trip

           Friday, February 16th Half day/Noon dismissal NO LUNCH

           Monday, February 19th No School-Presidents' Day

            Wednesday, February 28th Early Release at 2:00

            

     

    *Units of Study Book

     

     

     

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  • Week of December 8th

    Posted by Kelly Mosolino on 9/22/2017

    I can't believe it is already December and we are winding down the days until Winter break.  It is starting to feel like winter outside.  Please make sure your child has hat and gloves to wear outside for recess, since we go out most days.  I hope everyone got a chance to look at their child's progress report!  We are making great progress here in Room 11, you should all be proud of your children!  I hope that everyone has a great weekend!  Stay warm!

    Monthly Theme Winter Holidays

    Letter of the Week L

    CORE word of the week: Eat

    Books we read this week : There was on Old Lady That Swallowed a BellSanta is StuckMerrry Christmas, Big Hungry Bear

    Art Activity L is for Lion and Snow Globes

    Important Dates:     

            Friday, December 15th  Polar Express and PJ day

           Monday December 18th Holiday socks and hats day

           Tuesday, December 19th  Crazy sweate and jeans day

            Wednesday, December 20th blue/gold and jeans day

             Thursday, December 21st Dress your holiday best

            Friday December 22nd-Friday, January 5th No School-Winter Break

     

    *Units of Study Book

     

     

     

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  • Week of April 28th

    Posted by Kelly Mosolino on 4/28/2017

    I can't believe it is the last week of April and we are beginning our last month of school next week. Where did the time go?  Please keep an eye out for all the important dates coming up in May.  Have a great weekend! Stay dry!

    Letter of the Week: Review

    Nursery Rhyme of the Week: Humpty Dumpty

    Color of the Month: Black

    Books we read this week: Planting a Rainbow, by, Lois Ehlert, Are You a Butterfly, by Judy Allen and Tudor Humphries, and Flutter By, Butterfly, by Liza Alexander

    Art projects: Butterflies made out of coffee filters and water color paint and with painted flowers with forks.

    Important Dates:

    Thursday, May 11th-Academic Night 6:30-8:00

    Friday, May 12Th- Juni's 6th Birthday

    Wednesday, May 17th- Early Release at 2:00

    Friday, May 19th- Family Field Trip to Main Beach

    Monday, May 29th- NO SCHOOL-Memorial Day

    Tuesay, May 30th-Talent show

    Wednesday, May 31st- Field Day

    Thursday, June 1st- LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

     

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  • Week of April 14th

    Posted by Kelly Mosolino on 4/13/2017

    We have settled back into our routine after returning back to school from spring break and are looking forward to some nice weather ahead of us to get the children outside finally!  I hope that you have a great weekend with friends and family!

     

    Letter of the Week: Z

    Color of the Month   Black

    B-L-A-C-K, SPELLS BLACK

    B-L-A-C-K, SPELLS BLACK

    FLYING BATS ARE BLACK

    SCARY CATS ARE BLACK

    JELLY BEANS ARE BLACK

    I LIKE BLACK.

     

    B-L-A-C-K, SPELLS BLACK

    B-L-A-C-K, SPELLS BLACK

    SUNDAY SHOES ARE BLACK

    SANTA’S BOOTS ARE BLACK

    B-L-A-C-K SPELLS BLACK.

     

     

    Small Group Activity: Easter Egg marble painting

    Art activity-Z activity (for the alphabet book)

    Books we read: There Was an Old Lady That Swallowed a Chick, The Night Before Easter, The Easter Egg

    Looking into Week Next Week: Insects

     

    Important Dates:

    Wednesay, April 19th– School Field trip to Alice In Wonderland at South High School

    Thursday, April 20th Yoga Studio/Downtown Crystal Lake

    Wednesday, April 26th Early Release at 2:00

     

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  • Week of March 6th

    Posted by Kelly Mosolino on 3/10/2017

    We finally have all our kids back at school! I have my fingers crossed that everyone stays healthy.  Spring can not come quick enough! Do not forgot to turn your clocks ahead this weekend!

    Letter of the Week: X

    Color of the Month   Pink  (Tune: JINGLE BELLS)

    COTTON CANDY, FAT PINK PIGS,

    GIRLS WITH SOCKS AND BOWS

    P-I-N-K, P-I-N-K THAT IS HOW IT GOES

    BUBBLE GUM, VALENTINES

    THESE ARE ALL PINK TOO

    PINK ICING AND PINK BALLOONS

    WE CAN SPELL CAN YOU?

     

    COTTON CANDY, FAT PINK PIGS,

    GIRLS WITH SOCKS AND BOWS

    P-I-N-K, P-I-N-K THAT IS HOW IT GOES

    BUBBLE GUM, VALENTINES

    THESE ARE ALL PINK TOO

    PINK ICING AND PINK BALLOONS

    WE CAN SPELL CAN YOU?

    Small Group Activity: Pot of Gold with Rainbow rings

    Art activity-W activity (for the alphabet book)

    Books we read: There Was an Old Lady That Swallowed a Clover, Good Night Gorilla, The Napping House

    Looking into Week Next Week: Saint Patrick’s Day

    Important Dates:

    Monday, March 27th-Friday, March 31– Spring Break

    Monday, April 3rd– School resumes

    Friday, April 14th No School-Good Friday

    Wednesday, April 26th Early Release at 2:00

     

    Wish List

    • Antibacterial hand soap
    • Antibacterial cleaning wipes (Lysol/Clorox)
    • Tissues
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