From the Director's Desk
We have a fun-filled May ahead of us. Our Mother’s Day tea is May 8, where we will honor our mothers and remember them for all they do for us. End-of-the year and kinder graduation is Friday, May 29 in the church sanctuary. Then hold onto your hats! We have a really exciting Summer program planned for everyone. We’ll meet some new friends and say good-by to some old ones. One thing’s for sure, though – we’re going to have a great time! Please see me if you have any questions about this action-packed agenda.
For the children,
Learning Concepts: Review all Colors Shapes: Crescent, Bible Concept: God is loving and Patient. Number 5
The end of the school year is almost here. I’ve enjoyed your little ones, their humor, wisdom and laughter. Thank you for sharing your child with me. I also will like to take the time to thank all the volunteers for their time as Room Parent and those parents that gave a helping hand at the parties and to those that made play dough! A Buzzillion Thanks! Yet we still have a lot to do in our hive. Review letters, colors, numerals, shapes, and the children will be working on a special surprise for Mom :) Our May themes will be in The Tall Tall Grass (a book written Denise Fleming), bugs, and Mother Goose Rhymes. The Summer will be bringing fun adventures and a lot of water Play!!!
The Lord has been good to us, give him praise.
Mrs. P. & Mrs. Wood
Easter week was busy and fun with crafts, art and songs about God's love for us. The children often start singing, during class time, a few of the songs we learned about Jesus and how he showed us his love. We finish our Bible curriculum with the Bible verse: " Continue to live in Christ rooted and built up in Him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught."Colossians 2:6-7. Our slogan is: Everyday, grow God's way. I pray that the seeds of faith, that I have planted as a teacher, continue to grow as your child grows. We end the month with our graduation program onFriday, May 29, as we celebrate the promotion of our class to First grade. My prayers go with them as they continue in their education and am happy that I was able to be a part of this important milestone in their lives.
God bless you all.