Growing Tigers

April 2019

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Wow - March came in like a Lion!!  We adjusted to staying in with the help of getting to play in the Lion’s Classroom.  The children were really into the Community Helpers Theme and Week of the Young Child – many different activities and projects were completed. Our...

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March 2019

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February flew by in a flash! Between Groundhog Day, Super Bowl Sunday, Chinese New Year, Valentine's Day and our 100 days of school, we celebrated all month long! Our theme for March will be community helpers. If you have an occupation that you would love to share with all our preschoolers...

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February 2019

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We snowballed through January with a lot of snow, snowflakes and snowmen in our classroom. We also survived all the rain! Our theme for February will be Love and Friendship.  Our poem is: CrayonsI had a box of crayons,all shiny straight and new.I lent a friend a crayon,And oops &ndash...

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January 2019

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Happy New Year! A new year means new beginnings, starting all over again, a clean slate. I believe each new day is a new beginning and we make the most of each day. Our theme for January will be winter. Our poem will be:  A Chubby Little SnowmanA chubby little snowman, had a carrot...

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December 2018

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November was a very busy month for us. We began working on our Christmas Program songs - we know it'll be a great evening on December 11 so mark your calendars. We talked a lot about being thankful – for our families, our friends, our homes. The kids have been praying for all the...

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November 2018

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  Thank you to everyone who was able to make it to Back-to-School Night. If you were not able to make it, I put papers in your child's file. Please be sure to send back the drawing of yourself as soon as possible. Thank you.  Our theme for November will be Hibernation/...

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October 2018

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The Tigers are settling into their den quite comfortably.  They’re making new friends and learning to share their old friends.  They love singing “It’s Pre-K”, “Where Do We Start Our Letters” and “Mat Man” – ask them about...

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