Friday, January 24, 2014

100th Day Snack


Here in Louisiana, just a little of the falling white stuff can make us happy. We so rarely see it that when we do, we enjoy it to  the fullest! It was beautiful while it lasted even if it was just a little of it.

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Pictures from 100 days of Learning!

Pre-K and K looked adorable. Our principle just loved how they looked!

Look at all these old people in Pre K

The  celebrated 100 days of learning by dressing up like they were 100 years old!

Making Colorful Snowflakes

If snowflakes came down in colors,
how splendid it would be
to make bright and jolly snowflakes
for everyone to see!

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Aquarium redo

Finally my husband and son redid our aquarium. We were tired of the natural look and wanted to redo do it in something fun. So a new kind of light, black rocks, white plants and a new background and it is so different and we love it. Now- we need to wait a couple of weeks for the ph to be just right and then we can add some fish!

Having fun learning all about ARTIC animals!

100th Day of Learning!

Don't forget -Tomorrow is "Dress like you are 100 years old"  Participation points will be given.

Monday, January 13, 2014


Phonics: Sounds of D and G
Writing: D and G
Bible: The woman at the well and Fishing with Jesus
Letter Book: Letter G
Theme: snowmen
Bible Verse: "Even the winds and the sea obey Him." Matthew 8:27
Language Development: Go-Groceries-Games
Game: Beanbag game
Community Helper Golfer
Art: Snowman Art and Louisiana Snowman
Number: 11 and review writing and recognizing 0-10
Counting 0-50
Readiness skills: Listening -tracing- cutting and staying in the lines
Special NEW skill: writing their LAST name and making a class book

Report cards


Report cards go home today. Please continue to work with your child on the skills that need improvement.  Thank You

Friday, January 10, 2014

New Light

We purchased this new light for our house. I liked it because it was different. Well- it really was different- try 28 pieces different! Ha! After 45 min. I was so ready to take it back. After folding a load of clothes, I came back into the living room to find my son almost finished putting it together. I guess all those early years of playing with Legos really did pay off. So the next time you get frustrated with all those little Lego pieces (that we step on) remember one day the skills they learn, just may come in handy!

January Parent/Child Connection- Decorate a snowman