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Welcome 2022 and Welcome Back to School!


     This month we will be using the lessons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to learn about diversity and equality.  We hope to be able go outside for a walk on days where the temperature allows. Continue to dress your child in layers and send in hats, gloves, scarves, and mittens. The class continues to watch our animal friends and learn about animals during the long, cold winter.  


     Our language arts unit continues to help develop written and spoken language that is on topic and descriptive in nature. These discussions will include positional words such as: above, below, behind, under, and next to. Having reciprocal conversations with your child at home will reinforce this skill we are working on.


     B-R-R-R-R, stay warm!  



JANUARY MONTHLY CURRICULUM:                                                

Letters – Q, G, S  

Math – 9, 10 and Spatial Sense (Relationships of Objects by Location)  

Science & Social Studies - Hibernation   

Colors - White (Everything Snow)                                  

Shapes - Star (Night Sky) 

Literacy - Rhyming 

Vocabulary - Hibernation, Discrimination 

Character Education - Equality



  • New Year's Day
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Polar Animals
  • Winter Weather
  • Hibernation



  • School Re-Opens 1/3
  • Board of Education Meeting – 1/4 (Re-Organization)
  • Board of Education Meeting – 1/25
  • No School (MLK Day) - 1/17
  • White Day – 1/28



  • The Quiet Quail - Letter Q
  • Be Good Gorilla - Letter G
  • Seal’s Silly Sanwhich - Letter S
  • Bear Snores On
  • All You Need to Build a Snowman
  • Elmer in the Snow
  • Winter is Here
  • The Snowy Day



  • Five Little Penguins
  • Snow Happy
  • The Zipper Song
  • Chubby Little Snowman
  • Itsy Bitsy Snowflake
  • Mittens on My Hands