This Month’s Preschool Classes

Three Day Class

Our November always proves to be rather busy.  Our theme for the month is a multicultural unit.  We will learn about different countries and different cultures.  We have an opportunity to taste some different food and discuss different customs.  This also ties nicely into our discussion of Thanksgiving as we have a lesson about the Native Americans.  We continue to work on name writing, letter recognition, and letter sounds as well.

Our field trip this month is to Boardwalk Pizza where the kids are able to make their own pizzas.  We will enjoy our Thanksgiving party at the end of the month and have a nice long Thanksgiving break.

We start our first round of testing in order to complete our report cards by December.  This always proves to be a lengthy process.  We check student’s progress in the middle of the year and then again at the end of the year.  It is always rewarding to see their progress!

We also just started lunch bunch this past month!  The kids that sign up get to spend an extra hour and a half with Ronda Vasellas eating lunch and learning about other countries around the world.  They thoroughly enjoy this extra time!

We hope you all have a great Thanksgiving!

Patience Martin

Two Day Class

Dear Church Members,
The leaves are changing colors and there is a crisp feeling in the air. There are a lot of fun Fall activities this time of year!  This month in the 2 day class, we will be learning the letters “E”, “F”, and “G”. We will be having a scavenger hunt with “Gingy” the Gingerbread Man and we will be doing a lot of fun crafts.   The class will visit the Red Lion Food Pantry on November 14 in order to donate food items.  The staff and volunteers there are very accepting and, in the past, the children have enjoyed the visit.  We will put the students to work while we are there by helping to “stock” the shelves.  Along with all of those fun activities, we will also talk about the Thanksgiving holiday.  I am looking forward to a fantastic month, and I wish you all a safe and happy holiday season!

Sincerely,

Tasha Beck