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Preschool - January 2021

Hello, Fabulous Families! We are excited that February is almost here and we get to celebrate LOVE. We love coming to school. We love recess. We love our friends. We love our families. We love our pets. We love snacks. We love birthday treats. Our list of what we love goes on and on as we find joy in all we do.


We enjoy writing letters/drawing pictures to give to friends and family. We are copying simple words and phrases as we practice letter formation, sounds and beginning sounds. Our backpacks and cubbies are full of creative works! We have definitely learned it is amazing to give to others--filling everyone with joy!


Snow, did you know children five and younger have a contagious love of snow? They love to climb on it, build with it, bury items in it and occasionally eat it! We have learned a lot about snow this past January from comparing moisture (water) in a cup of snow to an actual cup of water, making our own snow and snowflakes, magnifying snow water to see all the particles (dirty bits!) and all the fun snowmen have in our many winter books. We love snow!


We have been learning how Jesus called his disciples and are amazed how they answered His call to “Come, follow Me!” Did you know that Jesus even called Peter to leave the boat and walk to Him on the water!? We think we would be nervous and start to sink just like Peter but we’re thankful Jesus saved him. We love the many disciple stories and how we can share them with our friends and families!


There is a love that surpasses all; it is the love of God who sent his only Son to die for us so we may have eternal life! The preschoolers want you to enjoy some sweetheart candies this February and as you read them, hear God saying each candied message: Be Mine, EZ2 Luv, XOXO, Dream Big, Be True, Call Me & Real Love. We are truly blessed!




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