This week, the class has been working on their personal timelines and learning their new routines. We will begin our research projects on our chosen animal by next week.
I hope everyone had a great summer. I learned many new ideas this summer that I plan to incorporate into my classroom this year. Most of you are new to me this year. Mrs. Aaron and I are excited to meet and get to know each of you.
Taken from the Pelham Reporter
The Pelham Civic Complex and Ice Arena will host a pair of events in March and April designed to support local parents.
On Saturday, March 9 Birmingham Parent will host it’s 20th-annual Camp Expo at the Civic Complex from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The free event will provide families information on travel, health issues, volunteer opportunities, education and more, according to Birminghamparent.com.
The event also will feature a fun zone with free activities, and will provide information on day camps, activity camps, summer and spring break activities for “children ages toddler to college,” according to the website.
For more information about the Camp Expo, call 987-7700, or email email@example.com.
On Saturday, April 13 Birmingham Parent will also hold its 2013 Special Needs expo from 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
The free event will give children and adults with special needs a chance to learn about support groups, products, recreational activities, health care, therapy and more.
The special-needs expo will feature vendors providing products and information to support those with special needs. For more information about the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are going to start talking about nutrition starting next week. Please send one of your child’s favorite foods (that has a nutrition label ) so that we can examine nutrition labels and talk about food groups.
We are going to start collecting old Christmas cards and everyday cards in January to send to St. Jude’s Ranch for their card recycling program. The card should be 5×7 or smaller. They will not accept Hallmark, Disney, or American Greeting Cards. If you would like to participate, send your cards to me and I will box them up and mail them.
Please wear your costume on Thursday and Friday. Families are invited to come on Friday to see the show.
Erik– Jeans or skirt with a solid green or white shirt or green or white Christmas shirt
Brayden– Jeans or skirt with a solid green or white shirt or green or white Christmas shirt
Ameliah– Jeans or skirt with a solid green or white shirt or green or white Christmas shirt
Emily– Jeans or skirt with a SOLID red or red Christmas shirt OR Jeans or skirt with a solid green or white shirt or green or white Christmas shirt (You can choose since she is a singer and has a speaking part)
Below are the assignments for the Christmas play (A Charlie Brown Christmas) we will be presenting in December. I have typed out your child’s name and what they will need to wear or who they need to dress like. Please let me know if you need further clarification.
Alex-dress like Sally Brown
Emily-Singer-Wear jeans, or skirt with a SOLID red or a red Christmas shirt
Ameliah-Children-Wear jeans or skirt with a solid green or white shirt or a green or white Christmas shirt
Brayden-Children-Wear jeans or skirt with a solid green or white shirt or a green or white Christmas shirt
Erik-Children-Wear jeans or skirt with a solid green or white shirt or a green or white Christmas shirt
Thank you so much for the parental support this year. Because of your participation in the Texas Roadhouse Bread fundraiser, our class has sold the most out of the entire school!