I apologize to everyone for not receiving the November Blog. Due to computer issues it was done but never made it to all of you.
We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. We were very busy during November preparing for our feast as well as our wonderful program, and making art projects.
December has been just as exciting. We have been talking about Hanukkah, singing and dancing to Hanukkah songs. The children have been working very hard to make special Hanukkah surprises. We have been rehearsing for our Hanukkah Program, Wednesday, December 13th at 6:00 pm.
* The weather is quickly changing, please send in weather appropriate clothing for your children. If the weather becomes warmer we can change your child into lighter clothing.
* The last day of school will be Friday, December 22nd at 12:00 and Kids Club until 5:00. and Winter break will begin Monday, December 25ththrough Friday January 5th. We will return to school on Monday, January 8th.
We hope you have a wonderful holiday filled with family, friends and love.
Thank you for allowing us to spend time with your children.
We have had a very busy September!
We’ve been learning about Rosh Hashanah as well as doing many many arts projects. We made apples, we made shofars, apple trees, apple prints.
The children have adjusted very well. We have two new walkers in our room! Even our youngest is now standing.
In Gardening, we planted seeds and watered the plants. In Jewish Studies we sang songs for the Jewish holidays, in music the children love to play with the colorful scarves– it’s their favorite! In science we built bridges using rectangular shaped blocks and as the brand new striped goldfish in the science room.
We are getting a new friend on Monday– it’s a boy!
Next week, we will be making chains for the sukkah, and the following week we will make flags for Simchat Torah.
Wishing you an easy fast and a sweet new year.
Thank you again to all our parents for being so supportive of our class!
Reminder: Open House Oct 10 and 7:15-8:30pm
The next two weeks are short weeks! No school Thur/Fri
Doobonim has had a wonderful start to the school year!
All of the children are adjusting really well and are getting to know their new friends as well as their new classroom.
We have been very busy with art projects, singing, dancing, and enjoying our specials; Jewish Studies, Science, Music, and Shabbat on Friday.
We look forward to a wonderful school year.
Please check Tadpoles for daily updates.
Thank you to our wonderful parents for allowing us to spend time with your beautiful children.
Miss Fran & Miss Fira