“Anyone who does anything to help a child in his life is a hero to me. ”
― Fred Rogers
Please help your child review all of the letters and sounds as we move forward in our reading by putting the sounds together to form blends, and words.
Has your child told you about our puppet shows? We have been practicing our drama skills by learning how to manipulate puppets and this past week the children worked in pairs to create stories with a beginning, middle and end. These were performed in our puppet theater. We will continue to practice this on Monday afternoons. This process reinforces:
oral language development
language arts (reading) skills
and public speaking
Your child might want to practice these skills at home using puppets or stuffed animals.
In reference to the above quote, I so appreciate all of you who are able and willing to help in the classroom. It makes the classroom a much better place and the children and I love you for it. For those unable to help, be your child's hero by helping them learn at home, engaging in play and providing the support and structure they need for school success.
Thanks to those of you who came in to conference about your child's progress. It was an honor to connect with you and share information. I hope it was helpful.
Happy Day Light Savings and enjoy the