Age 3 Pre-K — Mrs. Werner

Weekly Note May 18-21, 2020

Graduation

Our last week of preschool will be fun filled and include an outdoor adventure of metamorphosis of a frog. We will learn about the life cycle of a frog, count frogs on a log and do a rhyming activity with frogs. We will also continue to sharpen our preschool skills and strengthen our small motor skills with a coin song and stacking activity. We will have fun creating a reading fort and plan a family activity time for reading.  In addition, we will continue to practice writing our letters, measuring objects and go on a shape picture hunt. Our Bible lesson will be "Jesus Goes to Heaven". We will talk about how Jesus is in heaven and how he wants us to share His love with others. We will also reinforce God's great love for us by singing about how Jesus is ALWAYS with us! Thursday will e the last day that I will be posting activities.

We are having a "drive though" graduation ceremony on Tuesday May 26th to celebrate our accomplishments this year. Below is a sign up for you to choose a time to come, drive through to pick up your certificate, have a photo opportunity (no lingering or touching) and to pick up your letter binder and memory book.

Please remember to bring your library book back so that it can be returned to our school library.

Sign Up Link:  https://signup.com/go/hJREJfi

The last day of school.the closing of one door and the opening of another. It has been a year like no other! Our final memories made in 3PreK were over Google Meetings and waving from a distance. Through it all, we have still grown to appreciate all that God has given to us and are thankful for the time that we did have together in the classroom!

I just want to thank each child for the warmth, the memories and the learning that we have shared this school year. This past year we have grown together. A little bit of each of you will always be with me.

To the parents, I say THANK YOU for allowing me to be your child's Preschool teacher. It has been a wonderful and rewarding year for me.

If you have any questions, please contact me.

Blessings!

Dauna Werner