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On Tuesday, December 17, Lincoln Academy will host its annual information meeting. This is a great opportunity for you to come visit the school and meet the Kindergarten teachers. That meeting begins at 6:30 in the gym. If you know of anyone interested in our PreK program, we will also have information available on Tuesday, December 17th.
Each year the Pre-K class learns about the history of Thanksgiving. And each year we prepare our own, child friendly version of the Thanksgiving feast.
This year, our Thanksgiving feast will take place on Friday, November 22nd from 8:30 am to 10:00 am. This will be a combined party, so both the morning and afternoon students will attend the party.
We are inviting parents, to come and participate with their student for this fun activity.
We will be looking for parent volunteers to help with preparing food, bringing food and other supplies and planning activities for that day.
Please look at your calendars and plan on attending our Thanksgiving feast! It will be a great opportunity for photos of your child interacting with their peers.
Homework #12- review writing letters we know worksheet F, E, D, P, B, R, N, M.
This week for homework we will review the letters we’ve learned to write: F, E, D, P, B, R, N, and M. Use the worksheet included and a PENCIL to practice writing each letter. There are 8 rows of boxes, one row for each letter. For example, in the first row your student will write the letter F in each box of that row. Then they will write the letter E in each box of the second row and so on. Parents, please look at the “Capitals, Numbers, and Lowercase Letters” sheet as a reference on how each capital letter is written properly.
Homework #13- letter matching Turkey worksheet (Turn in)
This week for homework we will review the letters we’ve learned by matching the lowercase letter to the correct capital letter on the turkey. The students will need to use scissors and glue for this homework activity! Make sure you child holds their scissors with the blade pointing up to the sky, pointer finger on the outside! (If you say it the students will know what you are talking about!) This is the way they have been taught to hold the scissors while cutting!