This week’s theme is “Winnie the Pooh,” as National Pooh Day is January 18th. On Wednesday and Thursday, please bring your favorite stuffed teddy bear or Pooh character to class to share with your friends.
In math, we will continue learning our geometric solids, as we focus on a cylinder this week. For extra stickers, please bring an object shaped like a cylinder to class.
On the 19th, in addition to continuing with our theme of “Winnie the Pooh,” we will celebrate National Popcorn Day.
Also, starting this week, we will have a graph of the day on Mondays and Tuesdays. When entering the class, please take your child to the graph, read the question, and have your child place their marker in the appropriate column.
Help us in congratulating the Blyleven Family as our students’ grandfather, Bert Blyleven, was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame on January 5, 2011. The right-handed pitcher won 287 games and ranks fifth all-time in strikeouts – with 3,701 in his career. Mr. Blyleven’s 60 career shutouts are the ninth-most ever! Besides being an AWESOME player, Mr. Blyleven is a fantastic grandfather (to Gracie and Dylan) and mentor to children of all ages. We had the pleasure of meeting him a few summers ago, and the kids throughly enjoyed his visit. We congratulate Mr. Blyleven on all of his lifetime accomplishments!
Welcome back to OC Tiny Tots! This week’s theme is “Winter;” our letter of the week is “Ff;” and our math focus is a cube. There will be no Show and Tell or Student of the Day this week, and calendars will be handed out Monday, Jan. 17th. If you have a favorite “Winter” themed book, please bring to school for us to read.
We have many new students enrolled this session, and we are excited to expand our Tiny Tots circle of friends!