What We Are Doing



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Over the past  few weeks we have been talking about pumpkins and where they come from. We measured, weighed and guessed what was in them. 
We will continue our study of Trees.
Your children are learning a lot about trees. They have learned about 
evergreen trees and deciduous trees. They are learning the parts of a tree. (bark, trunk, branch and leaves) We went on a nature walk and made a tree rubbing. We will continue our tree study with talking about the animals that live in trees and what food comes from trees. 





We are very proud of your children and how they are becoming more fluent with identifying their letters and letter sounds. 
Please continue to work with your children on identifying these letters and their sound. 
We ask you to continue to work with identify numbers 1-20 and match them to quantity. 


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
sonya.allman@kcs.k12.nc.us
taylor.delee@kcs.k12.nc.us
704-932-7433

Our door is always open to you and your family.

Please remember to check your child's book bag and communication folder daily. We ask that you take any and all information out of their folder. This lets us know  you have checked their folder. 





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TIPS TO EAT MORE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

• Keep a bowl of fruit on the counter 
• Make fruit smoothies for a quick breakfast or snack 
• Top baked potatoes with salsa 
• Keep baby carrots or other ready-to-eat vegetables on hand 
• Add corn, carrots, peas, sweet potatoes, or beans to soups and stews 
• Top sandwiches with lettuce, tomato, and other vegetables 
• Add bananas or berries to cereal or yogurt 
• Add peppers, onions, or other vegetables to spaghetti sauce 
• Stir fry, experiment with different vegetables or use what you have on hand 
• It all counts—fresh, frozen, canned, dried and 100% juice