4K News 11-5 to 11-9
4K Parent & Student News
Weeks of: November 5-9, 2018
Mrs. Missy Kessel – Lead Teacher, Miss Meghan Trierweiler – Assistant Teacher
WHAT WE ARE LEARNING
Another busy week lies ahead for 4K. On Wednesday at 10 am we will join SPCA and the Am Vets as they demonstrate the flag folding process and the meaning behind each fold. We are honored to get to participate and learn about our flag. This week we will also introduce “This Land is Your Land”. In writing we will learn 2, F and how to draw a square. Identifying Anger will be the focus of our social/emotional time. There will also be a continuation of the Fall/Harvest theme.
PETE THE CAT, GILBERT THE SHARK, AND BISCUIT
October 19-21 Pete the Cat went with Quinn. He helped rake leaves, and rode in Quinn’s car! Saturday brought snow and hot chocolate for Quinn and his sisters. On Sunday Pete and Quinn played with some of his cars. They had a race. It was a great weekend.
Izzy had Pete October 25-29. Friday started with breakfast and some time at Mom’s studio for pictures. Izzy and Pete did well. They also went to Izzy’s brother’s commando class. Pete got to try the balance beam. A trip to Lowe’s topped of Saturday. Sunday was filled with carving pumpkins and playing with the guts. It was with Pete.
Gilbert went with Autumn October 18-21. There was lunch with Daddy and a dentist appointment on Thursday. Autumn and her siblings spent the day Friday with Grandma and Papa. Later they went to Medford to start Mommy’s birthday celebration. Saturday there was some Trick or Treating. A late supper and birthday cake, and then bed time. Sunday was movies, bath and family pictures with the extended family.
Jared took Gilbert home October 25-28. They had family hangout time. They were outside, playing games, and reading books. Saturday they went out of town for a party. It was a lot of fun, games, treats, games, prizes and a hay ride. They even did a sleepover! There was a huge breakfast in the morning and then back home.
Biscuit join Reghan for her recovery from having her tonsils and adenoids out. There was popsicles, soup, apple sauce and ice cream. Friday was lots of rest, but Saturday Reghan started feeling better, so there was snuggling, books and watching TV. Sunday they went to Grandma and Grandpa’s farm! There Biscuit saw lots of animals and a ride in the tractor.
Asher had Biscuit the second weekend and they had fun! There was yummy food, jumping in leaves, and going to the grocery store. Later there was story time with Mommy and sleeping with Asher. They had a great weekend together.
Nov. 5&6 Clay Corners 4-7pm, decorate an ornament
November 5 Packer Dress Day
November 6 Ethnic Day: Germany
November 8 College T-shirt Dress Day
November 12 No School (Parent/Teacher Conferences)
November 13 Ethnic Day-Germany (dress in Black, Red, and Yellow)
November 14 Candy Corn Dress Day
November 19 Pumpkin Pie Night 5:00-6:30 (4K classroom)
November 21-23 No School – Thanksgiving Break (Canaland closed (22-23)
November 4 Kaitlyn Russel
November 14 Jacob Gorski
November 14 Anna Kraemer
We had a great time! Thank you volunteers.
This week we have our first student birthday of the school year. I want to remind parents that you may send a sweet treat with your child on or near their birthday. Please remember two rules: 1. It must be from a commercial kitchen. (You must buy it.) 2. No Nuts, not only is Canaland nut free, but there is at least one nut allergy in our class.
The school district is offering a very fun event for your 4K child. They will get to pick out and paint one Christmas ornament on November 5 or 6 from 4-7 pm at Clay Corners in Plover. Check it out. It is a lot of fun.
Pumpkin Pie Party
On Monday, November 19 from 5-6:30 pm 4K will have a Pumpkin Pie Party. We will make a no bake pie during class that day and share with our families that evening. There will also be games, coloring and lots of fun. Please RSVP so that we can make enough pies.
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