Parent’s Newsletter – June 2017

June 2017 Newsletter

June is a big month for us! It marks the end of another school year at The Learning Center of Hopkinton. Please join us for our annual Preschool graduation and Awards ceremony on Thursday, June 15th promptly at 5:30.

We will be having a Pirate theme this year. Kids can dress in any Pirate type clothing. Children in the Little Tykes room are asked to be picked up at 5:15 and are welcome to stay, so their teachers may participate in the ceremony.

The toddler classrooms will be walking in procession right before the preschoolers as we begin the ceremony. Toddler parents are asked to be available to collect their child before the ceremony begins.  Families can bring in their chairs and set them up any time after 5:00 pm. We look forward to seeing all of our families at this wonderful event. Parking for the event will only be available across the street. If you are unable to attend the event please make sure you pick up before 5:15. All teachers participate with the children and will be unavailable in the classrooms after 5:30.

Classroom Teachers Update

Starting this month a few of our teachers will be switching classrooms. This gives them an opportunity to experience other age groups and help with children that stay back from field trips and children transitioning into new classrooms. Heather will be leaving for maternity leave and Sarah will be moving. We are so happy for Heather. Sarah will be missed as she was a valuable part of our TLC family.

  • Little Tykes – Amy, Olivia & Ashley
  • Tiny Tots – Kayla, Sam & Liz
  • Small Fries – Nicki and Mellissa
  • Little Rascals – Christine, Michelle & Stefanie
  • Busy Bees – Deb & Erika
  • Krusaders – Lauren, Alex & Natalie
  • Clubhouse – Erin, Claire & Cat
  • Floating assistants – Dana, Helen, Julia, Abby, Caitlin, Tanya, Ava, Maddie, Kayla & Amanda

Team Zack

We would like to sincerely like to thank everyone who generously donated to team Zack attack. We received over $2,800. A special thanks to the O’Callaghan’s and her company that matched their $400.00 donation. Zack was truly thrilled to see all of your donations to help find a cure. The children had a great sense of pride and accomplishment participating in this event.

Congratulations High School Graduates

We are so proud of Natalie Duchemin, Cat Clayton and Julia Alberto graduating high school this year!! Congratulations!

Water Bottles

Help us protect the environment! Send in a reusable water bottle for our child to use daily in the playground or classroom.

Upcoming Events

  • June 2nd High School graduation
  • June 9th Early release, Elementary
  • June 15th TLC Graduation, 5:30 sharp, Family BBQ follows
  • June 16th Last day of Kindergarten
  • June 21st Last day of Public school: Early dismissal all schools
  • June 26th: Summer program begins
  • July 4th: Closed for Independence Day

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Little Tykes

The warm weather has arrived. All of our Little Tykes are excited to explore the outdoors. Please make sure your children proper attire for the season. We would like to welcome Emma and Ronan to our classroom. A great big shout out to Paige Marsh who is turning one this month. While graduation is fast approaching, all families are invited to our ceremony and family cookout immediately after. June 15th is the big day. Please remember to pick up your child by 5:15 so we can participate in the grand march. Thank you and have a sunny and fun summer.

Amy~Lisa

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Clubhouse

Hi everyone,

May has been a busy month in the Clubhouse. The themes this month were Transportation, Mother’s Day, Farm and Zoo, and Art Appreciation. During the week of Transportation the children surprised their bus drivers with cards and cookies made by the Clubhouse. The children also worked hard on their Mother’s Day gifts for mom, we hope you enjoyed them! The time has come to start preparing for graduation, please let us know if your child will be unable to attend. We are impressed with children’s enthusiasm to practice so far! We look forward to a great Graduation celebration this year. Our theme is Pirate. Kids can dress as a pirate or if they prefer they can wear a black shirt. It is on June 15th promptly at 5:30. Kids must be supervised by a parent.

If you have not returned the field trip payments and/or sunscreen and bug spray permission slips, please remember to do so as soon as possible. We will also be handing out permission slips for Canobie Lake Park on June 22nd. T

hank you everyone – Let’s hope June brings out the sun! The busy bee classroom had a great month of May.  We had a fun field trip to the zoo, learned about different styles of art, celebrated our mother’s and played outside whenever it wasn’t raining.

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Busy Bees

We are excited to have Erica join us for the summer!  Graduation is June 15 and it is a great time for all. Here are the themes we will cover….

  • Graduation practice
  • Father’s day
  • Summertime fun
  • Farm animals

We will be starting our field trips so please remember to pack bag lunches….juice or small water….no thermoses or lunch boxes or heat up lunches.  Have your child bring a water bottle every day.  Please apply sunscreen and bug spray or send some in for daily use.  You can also purchase school products.

We wear tie-dye t-shirts on field trips. They will be available purchase if you need one or two. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to speak to us anytime.

Miss Debbie and Miss Erica

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Krusaders

May was a very exciting month for us! We had so much fun visiting the zoo and learning all about zoo animals.  They also enjoyed exploring our transportation, jungle/ rainforest and art appreciation themes!

As we jump into June and our class gets ready to graduate we will be practicing our songs every day. Get your eye patches and pirate hats ready for our Pirate themed graduation on June 15th.  This month’s themes include: Father’s Day, Graduation prep, summertime and farm life. Our first field trip to Davis Farm Land is June 27th and we will be going to Hopkinton State on the 29th. Make sure you have your summer guides so you are aware of what the need for each trip.

This month we will sadly be saying goodbye to Miss Sarah. She will be greatly missed and wish her all the best!

Please remember to send a water bottle with your child each day as it gets hotter and we spend more time outside.  We also ask for you to send in a bathing suit, towel and water appropriate shoes for water play.

If you have any questions, as always please feel free to ask!

Miss Lauren

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Small Fries

Now that we zoomed past May and right into June, let’s take a look back and see what kept Small Fries so busy! Small Fries enjoyed becoming an artist each day of the week and learning how to appreciate art in different ways! We also enjoyed learning about Zoo Animals and enjoyed making gifts for our mommy’s! We hope all the Mother’s enjoyed their gifts and had a wonderful Mother’s Day! We continue to learn our colors and shapes and sing our ABC’s and 123’s. Small Fries love going on bear hunts during circle and finishing it off with some dance moves!

Our themes for next month are:

  • Father’s Day
  • Graduation
  • Desert
  • Summertime

Graduation ceremony will be June 15th. Toddlers will walk out with their classrooms. We please ask that a parent be available to scoop them up as they enter so the teachers can help with the preschool procession.
Just a reminder to all parents, please remember to send your child in with the appropriate weather attire and please make sure your child’s cubby’s have updated clothing for proper weather conditions! Happy Memorial Day!

-Miss Mellissa

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Little Rascals

What a wonderful May we had. Although the weather has been a bit rainy we are happy that we have had some warmers days to enjoy outdoors and use up some of our energy. We had a great month talking about transportation, celebrating our amazing mothers, going on a fun field trip to the zoo, exploring all different kinds of art and finally discovering and learning about animals from the jungle and rainforest.
Graduation practice has begun and the children are doing a great job learning our songs for the special event on Thursday June 15 at 5:30. Bring a chair and be ready for a swashbuckling good time with songs, food, family and friends.

Our themes for June are:

Father’s Day and pirate graduation preparations

  • Summertime
  • On the farm
  • Alphabet, shapes and color reviews

Please remember to send a water bottle each day or have one your child can leave here to use throughout the day.

If you have any questions or concerns please let us know. Thank you and have a fabulous month of June!

Miss Stefanie & Miss Christine

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Tiny Tots

Happy June! We would like to welcome to Noah and Thomas into our Tiny Tot room! Happy birthday to Ella on the 30th!

We have a lot to look forward to this month. Summer is finally here and we can’t wait to start water play outside. Please send in a bathing suit, towel, and water shoes/crocs/sandals. Please label all belongings and feel free to leave them here for the summer as we will wash them once a week.

The month we will focus on graduation, the desert, Father’s Day, and summertime. Please look for more updates about graduation! Graduation will take place June 15th promptly at 5:30. We please ask that a parent is available to scoop up your child as they enter the yard form their march in.

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask!

Heather & Kayla

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Parents Newsletter – May 2017

May Newsletter 2017

Summer & Field Trips

Our summer plans have been finalized and our summer booklets have been sent out. Always keep them handy so your child can be prepared for each trip.

Please note that TLC chooses to show a sign of unity on our field trips. We request all children wear tie dyes on our trips. We will be making batches coming up soon. If you are interested, please let us know.

Payments for the trips are due now. Please also make sure you send back sun and bug spray permission slips. If you choose to send in in your own, please do so with your permission slip. Please also label them with their name.

Preschool Zoo trip May 17th  – Please sign and return your permission slips. Please arrive by 9:00am.

TLCPiratesGraduation: Save the date * June 15th* is Graduation day to be held from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. All toddlers, preschoolers, and Clubhouse participate. Our theme will be a Pirates. This is a festive occasion for TLC please do not be afraid to dress for the occasion. Please keep an eye out for further instructions.

Vacations: Calendars will be available on the parent board to sign your family up on our vacation schedule. This helps a great deal so we can properly prepare for summer transportation and staffing.

Zach Attack: Zack Attack Annual Cystic Fibrosis walk will take place this month. It will begin May 8th and end on the 12th. The children get very involved in this fundraiser and we appreciate your support. Every year our families have been very generous and we thank you very much. Please see the flyer sent out for more information.

Have a wonderful Mother’s Day!

Tiny Tots

Happy May! We are a month closer to summer and the toddlers are enjoying more and more time outside on the playground. We had a great month of April celebrating our children, teachers, and parents during The Week of the Young Child.

We would like to welcome Noah and Thomas to the Tiny Tot classroom! We can’t wait to laugh, play, and grow with you.

During the month of May, we will learn about transportation, the jungle, and farm and zoo animals. The shape of the month is a square and the color is purple. Don’t forget to check out the whiteboard outside our door to see what we are learning each week and any reminders we may have.

As always please make sure your child has plenty of extra clothes as we will go outside daily and it can be wet or accidents happen!

Heather, Kayla & Liz

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Busy Bees

We had a wonderful month in April learning about the many different bugs, decorating and playing with eggs, discovering what happens in a garden, and loads of fun during the week of the young child.  This month we will be learning about:

  • Transportation
  • Mother’s Day
  • Zoo animals
  • Art appreciation
  • Jungle/ rain forest

It’s hard to believe we are on the letters y and z. The children are doing great practicing their letters and especially writing their names.  Graduation practice begins soon as well. This is a very fun gathering that we hope you and your family plan to attend.  To see what activities we will be doing each day take a look at the monthly themes bulletin board.  Also a more detailed newsletter will appear in your child’s cubby.  Please remember to send in a water bottle that can stay at school.  We have extra bottles in case needed.

If there are any questions or concerns, please feel free to speak to us anytime.

Miss Debbie and Michelle

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Krusaders

The Krusaders had a wonderful April! We enjoyed exploring all sorts of insects and bugs, celebrating Easter, learning about the garden and keeping our Earth clean and healthy.  The Week of the Young Child was a huge success! We would like to thank all of the families for the book donations and dramatic play bucket donations! Many of us also enjoyed having breakfast with our parents.

The month of May themes include:

  • Transportation and all things that go!
  • Mother’s Day
  • Zoo animals and our annual Zoo trip on Wednesday May 17th
  • Art appreciation and History
  • Jungle and Rainforest

Our letters of the month are: Y and Z! The kids are super excited we have made it through the whole alphabet! Our numbers of the month are 19 and 20. The shape and color of the month are square and purple!

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our wonderful moms! Hopefully we will see lots of warm weather this month! Please remember to return your sunscreen and bug spray permission slips as well as supply your children with weather appropriate clothing and extra clothes.

As always if you have any questions please feel free to ask!

Miss Lauren, Miss Sarah and Miss Alexandra

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Small Fries

Small Fries has had a fun filled April and we really enjoyed the sunny days we experienced this month, but just a reminder that the weather is still changing and the children will need weather appropriate clothing.

We are excited to be entering May with some awesome themes which are Farm and Zoo animals, Jungle/Rain forest, Mother’s Day, Transportation and Art Appreciation. Our shape of the month is a square and our color of the month is purple. Your children continue to do so well with their ABCs, shapes, colors, counting​ and singing at circle time.

Let’s hope May brings less rain and more sunshine!

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Clubhouse

Hi everyone!

The Clubhouse children are finishing up an amazing April! We did arts and crafts, projects and activities that supported our themes this month, which were Insects/Bugs, Easter/Bunnies, Earth Week, and Week of the Young Child. During vacation week, the children enjoyed having some extra time to take a stroll to Elmwood and play some group games like nukem, dodgeball and basketball, while also discussing different ways they can help the earth, stop pollution, and start recycling. We hope everyone enjoys the parent breakfast on Friday, and let’s hope these April showers bring May flowers!

Sarah, Cat, Dana, and Kenzie

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Little Tykes

YAY!!! Spring has arrived. It’s very exciting to see the Little Tykes starting to progress by crawling, reaching, and rolling over. We are very excited to welcome Lisa’s grandson Austin to our Little Tykes classroom. Just a reminder to all of our families if you have not turned in your permission slips for sunscreen and bug spray please do so. It is an adventurous time for Erin and Noah as they move up into their new toddler room. We want to wish all of our mothers a happy Mother’s Day!

We look forward to spending more time outside as the weather gets better. All of this May rain should make the flowers bloom.

Lisa~Amy

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Little Rascals

The Little Rascals had a wonderful time in April.  We learned all about bugs and gardening.  We celebrated Easter with a fun filled Easter egg hunt.  April was wrapped up celebrating the children during week of the young child.    We had a book swap that the children really really enjoyed.  The month ended with our parent breakfast.  Thank you to all of you that stayed and made it special for the children.

May will be wonderful as we show our mommies just how much the mean to us.  We have special surprises we will be working on.  Shhhh…we won’t tell.  We will also be learning about transportation as well as art appreciation.  We will be surrounded by animals as we explore those from the zoo and the jungle.  Look out, you never know what you will find in here.

As the weather gets nicer ok ease make sure your child has labeled  weather appropriate outerwear and water bottles daily.  Please turn in you sunscreen forms if you haven’t done so already.

As always if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to talk to Christine or Stefanie

Thank you,
Christine and Stefanie

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May 2017 Parents Newsletter

TLC of Hopkinton 

Our summer plans have been finalized and our summer booklets have been sent out. Always keep them handy so your child can be prepared for each trip.

Please note that TLC chooses to show a sign of unity on our field trips. We request all children wear tie dyes on our trips. We will be making batches coming up soon. If you are interested please let us know. Payments for the trips are now due.

Please make sure you send in sun and bug spray permission slips. If you choose to send in in your own please do so with your permission slip. Please also label them with their name.

Preschool Zoo Trip: May 12th: Please sign and return your permission slips. Please arrive by 9:00am.

Graduation: Save the date: * June 16th* is Graduation day to be held from 5:30pm to 7:00pm.

All toddlers, preschoolers, and Clubhouse participate. Our theme will be a Luau. This is a festive occasion for TLC please do not be afraid to dress for the occasion. Please keep an eye out for further instructions.

Calendars will be available on the parent board to sign your family up on our vacation schedule. This helps a great deal so we can properly prepare for summer transportation and staffing.

Zach Attack Annual Cystic Fibrosis Walk will take place this month. It will begin May 16th and end on the 20th. The children get very involved in this fundraiser and we appreciate your support. Every year our families have been very generous and we thank you very much. Please see the flyer sent out for more information.

Have a wonderful Mother’s Day!

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Little Tykes

Dear Parents,

As new flowers are blooming this spring so is our Little Tykes classroom. It’s time to welcome the latest additions Thomas, Noah, Erin, Lucas, and Riley. Our classroom will certainly be busy and complete. It is important for parents to provide proper Spring/Summer attire for your children. Sun hats and Sunscreen are a must. Please make sure to sign and return your Bug and Sun permission slip.

Happy Mother’s day to all our wonderful Moms!

Lisa~Amy

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Busy Bees

The Busy Bee Classroom had a wonderful time last month learning about weather, gardening and reptiles!  The week of the young child was a great success ending with the parent breakfast. We have really been enjoying getting to know all of our new students.  Penelope, Rikit and Thomas are doing great transitioning and it has been awesome having Reese, Dean and Thaman recently join us.  This month we are hoping for sunny warm days to get outside to observe nature and run and play.  We will be talking about the following:

  • Mother’s Day!
  • Jungle and Rainforest (Animals and climate)
  • Farm and Zoo Animals (Field trip)
  • Transportation
  • Letters (Y Z)
  • Numbers (19 20)
  • Color (purple)
  • Shape (square)

As always feel free to speak to Deb or Christine with any of your questions or concerns. We love what we do and we love your kids!

Deb and Christine

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Little Rascals

Hooray for May! Last month we had so much fun learning about reptiles, gardening, different types of weather and the importance of looking after the Earth.

This month we will keeping your Little Rascals busy exploring the following topics:

  • Farm & Zoo Animals
  • Mother’s Day
  • Transportation
  • Jungles & Rainforests
  • The Letters Y & Z
  • The Numbers 19 & 20
  • The Color Purple
  • Our Shape of The Month, Diamond

Also we would like to thank all of you parents for your generosity and help with TLCs prop boxes, we truly appreciate all of your donations. Charity is such an important life lesson for our students.

Mellissa and Sophia

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Small Fries

Happy May from the Small Fries! We are so happy the spring weather finally seems to be staying and we are seeing signs of spring all around us! The peas we planted are starting to sprout and we will be planting more vegetables and flowers throughout May.

  • This month we will also be learning about some zoo animals as well as the jungle and rainforest.
  • The Small Fries will be busy making something special for our moms and taking about how and why we love our mommies so much!
  • Transportation week will have us exploring all different ways we can get around.

The last week of May is all about Art Appreciation where the children will use different techniques and media to create beautiful art we will display in our room.

We hope you all are enjoying the warm weather as much as we are, please remember to send appropriate outdoor clothing as it can still be chilly in the early mornings and afternoon on the playground. Have a great month and Happy Mother’s Day to all you wonderful ladies!

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Krusaders

The Krusaders had a wonderful April! We enjoyed exploring all sorts of reptiles and amphibians as well as the Earth and different types of weather.  The Week of the Young Child was a huge success! We would like to thank all of the families for the book donations and dramatic play bucket donations! Many of us also enjoyed having breakfast with our parents.

This month we will celebrate our amazing Mommies, going to the zoo and exploring farm and zoo animals. We will then drive right into our transportation theme and we will end the month by exploring all sorts of different kinds of art!

Our letters of the month are: Y and Z! The kids are super excited we have made it through the whole alphabet! Our numbers of the month are 19 and 20. The shape and color of the month are square and purple!

Ashley from the toddler room has joined us for a short time while Melody is out on leave. She has not been feeling well and we hope she has a quick recovery. We miss you and hope you come back soon.

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our wonderful moms! Hopefully we will see lots of warm weather this month! Please remember to return your sunscreen and bug spray permission slips as well as supply your children with weather appropriate clothing and extra clothes.

As always if you have any questions please feel free to ask!

Lauren, Melody and Ashley

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Clubhouse

As April leaves us with some showers, May is sure to bring us some flowers. But before we go and say our goodbyes, let’s reminisce on some things Clubhouse kids did. Clubhouse kids learned about gardening and the essentials and necessities you need to plant flowers and what they need to grow and survive. The kids also learned about the weather and reptiles. We celebrated The Week of the Young child and ended the week with a Parent Breakfast. We thank all of those who came and joined us for the breakfast. Clubhouse kids are also anxiously awaiting the arrival of our baby chickens.

Our themes for next month are:

  • Mother’s Day
  • Farm/Zoo Animals
  • Jungle/Rainforest
  • Transportation

Please remember, the weather is still cool outs did and children still need a light jacket and the proper clothing attire for outside. Please also provide your child with a water bottle. Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mother’s and Happy Spring!

Mellissa, Jeff and Erin

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Tiny Tots

Happy May! We are a month closer to summer and the toddlers are enjoying more and more time outside on the playground. We had a great month of April celebrating our children, teachers, and parents during The Week of the Young Child.

We would like to welcome Noah and Thomas to the Tiny Tot classroom! We can’t wait to laugh, play, and grow with you.

During the month of May we will learn about transportation, the jungle, and farm and zoo animals. The shape of the month is a square and the color is purple. Don’t forget to check out the whiteboard outside our door to see what we are learning each week and any reminders we may have.

As always please make sure your child has plenty of extra clothes as we will go outside daily and it can be wet or accidents happen!

Heather, Kayla & Liz

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April Newsletter 2017

TLC is celebrating the Week of the Young Child April 24-28. The theme is “Celebrating our youngest learners”. This is a time to recommit ourselves to ensure that each child experience the type of early learning environment at home, at child care, at school, and in the community that will promote their early learning. TLC is proud to be part of your family. Two years ago, we were very thankful to our families in helping us build “theme boxes” for the children. It is time to refresh these theme boxes and create some new. We need everyone’s help. This year we plan to celebrate a different event every day to honor Week of the Young Child.

  • Monday 4/24 will be Music Monday, where we will sing dance and learn through music.
  • Tuesday 4/25 – Book Swap: We will have our annual book swap Tuesday, April 25th. Mellissa F. will be taking over this job and putting this event together where children can swap each other for books they have already gently read.
    • Please have your child choose 3 books they wish to give up (close to their age group) and on…
    • Tuesday they will be able to pick out 3 “new” books to take home. If you have any questions please feel free to speak with Mellissa.
    • We would also like to have a book drive at this time. We would love any donations of old gently used books to update our old and tattered ones.
  • Wednesday 4/26 is work together Wednesday. The children will learn team building activities.
  • Thursday 4/27 is Artsy Thursday. The children will make classroom banners and self-portraits.
  • Friday breakfast: We would like to invite you to our parent breakfast on Friday, April 28th from 7:00-8:30.
    • Parents can “Take 5” and have a light breakfast with their child. Please join us for coffee, juice, muffins, & donuts.  Each classroom will be making items for this event.

Teacher Appreciation on Thursday, Apr 27

We would also like to take time to appreciate our Educators. Thursday, April 27th will be teacher appreciation day. We truly value our educators at The Learning Center of Hopkinton. Their dedication shows every day when we see those happy smiling faces in the classroom.

Summer Program

Trish worked very hard finalizing our field trips for the summer. We will be passing out all of the information in our brochure as soon as possible.

Theme Buckets

Two years ago we created our “Theme buckets” and everyone was very generous in helping us fill them. We would like to do some refreshing this year and are asking for your donations. The children thoroughly enjoy using these boxes and use them daily. I am posting our wish list on the parent bulletin board and appreciate any help you can give.  Please if everyone can donate a few items our theme boxes will get the rejuvenation the need.

Re-registration

Thank you to our families who have sent in their paperwork. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the office. This registration process is to hold their spots for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year. We are a year round program so their current spot continues through the end of August. We cannot hold spots during the summer. Thank you for filling out the yearly required forms for your children. The state needs updated forms every year.

If you are not planning to return in September, please let us know as soon as possible so we can plan to use your deposit appropriately.

**Several families have not sent in their paperwork. Please make sure to do it this week so we can secure your spot for September. Beginning next week we will be enrolling children from our waiting list who are interested in starting in the fall. We also appreciate you filling out the parent questionnaire. We take every question to heart and are always looking for ways to progress.

Thank you for your help!

Your TLC Family

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Upcoming Events

  • 4/14 – Public school closed (Good Friday)
  • 4/17 – TLC closed (Marathon Monday)
  • 4/18-4/21 – April vacation (all schools)
  • 4/24 – Beginning of Week of the Young Child

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Small Fries

Now that we welcome April hopefully with some warm weather and lots of rain showers, let’s take a look back and see what kept Small Fries so busy! Small Fries enjoyed making their leprechaun trap and coming in to find that the leprechaun had make their room a little messy. The leprechaun got lucky this time around and escaped! We also enjoyed make yummy paper salad and creating a bunch of weather and rainbow crafts! We continue to learn our colors and shapes and sing our ABC’s and 123’s. Small Fries love going on bear hunts during circle and finishing it off with a freeze dance!

Next month themes are:

  • Bugs and Insects
  • Bunnies and Easter
  • Gardening/Earth Day
  • Week of the Young Child

Parents please remember to label all belongings that you bring in, as we all know many of the children have the same belongings. Also remember to bring your child in with the right weather attire!

Happy Spring!

Miss Mellissa and Miss Sarah

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Krusaders

Hello Spring and lots of April showers!

The Krusaders had an action-packed March filled with a visit from the Cat in the Hat and some green eggs and ham, sneaky leprechauns, and learning about Healthy foods.

We welcomed spring and the signs that come with it, and explored all sorts of weather and the science behind it!

Along with all of the April showers, this month we will be learning about the following:

  • April 3rd-7th – Insects and Bugs
  • April 10th-14th – Bunches of bunnies for Easter
  • April 18th-21st – My Garden and Earth day
  • April 24th-28th – We will celebrate Week of the Young Child
  • Letters – V, W and X
  • Numbers – 17 and 18
  • Shape and Color – Oval and yellow

During the Week of the Young Child we have some important dates to keep in mind:

Tuesday, April 25th will be our annual Book swap. Your child can bring in two AGE appropriate books to swap with the rest of the books brought in by the preschool. There will be more details on this as it gets closer.  We will also have a box out in the foyer for book donations!

Friday, April 28th is our Parent Breakfast.  Please come and enjoy having breakfast with your child(ren).

Reminder we are closed Monday, April 17th for Marathon Monday! Good Luck to all the runners!  Please let us know if you have any plans for April Vacation as well.

Also please remember to send weather appropriate clothing…as this is New England and the weather is always changing from one day to the next!

We hope everyone has a wonderful April! If you have any questions of concerns please don’t hesitate to ask.

Happy Spring!

Miss Lauren and Miss Sarah

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Clubhouse

Hi everyone,

The Clubhouse has had such a fun winter, but we are so happy that spring in finally here. We are excited to be able to spend more time outside, but please don’t forget that it’s still chilly out there, and that the children need appropriate clothing.

The themes during the month of March were Dr. Seuss, health, St. Patrick’s Day, spring and weather. We made some really fun crafts and projects related to each theme. Last month was a little more special than most because leprechauns came to visit. The Clubhouse worked really hard making some fantastic leprechaun traps, we were really impressed by the children’s dedication to catch a leprechaun! We are looking forward to April, and hoping it brings a little more sunshine. We will be celebrating the week of the young child, searching for bugs and insects, learning about Earth day and looking forward to April vacation.

Happy Spring everyone!

Sarah, Cat, Dana and Kenzie

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Little Rascals

It’s finally Spring!!! The little rascals are ready and keeping a close eye out for all the signs of spring we will be seeing, hearing and feeling soon.  Winter is still trying to stick around so please continue to bring appropriate outdoor clothing each day so we can get as much outside time as possible during this seasonal transition.

March was a fun and mischievous month in our classroom with all our little leprechauns full of energy and excitement. The children have really been enjoying learning lots of new songs especially our color songs that are fun to sing as well as help us to recognize and even spell our favorite colors.

We are looking forward to another month full of fun and learning.

Our themes this month:

  • Bugs and Insects
  • Bunnies and Easter
  • Gardening/Earth Day
  • Week of the Young Child
  • Color: yellow
  • Letters: V, W & X
  • Shape: Oval

We now have our monthly curriculum posted on the door if you need a reminder of what is happening each week as well as daily reminders will be posted on our marker board and on daily sheets.

Happy Spring everyone think warm thoughts!!!

Miss Stefanie and Miss Christine

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Busy Bees

The month of March was a fun one here in the Busy Bee classroom. The children learned all about Dr. Seuss and created several Seuss projects and read many silly Dr. Seuss stories. We were so lucky to have a visit from The Cat in the Hat himself and enjoyed green eggs and ham after snack. We learned about nutrition and how to keep our bodies healthy and happy. We discovered many things about St. Patrick’s Day and decorated Leprechaun projects. The Leprechauns were here the night before and were full of mischievous leaving a mess behind.

Last month we said a sad goodbye to Aarna and Thaman, we wish them well and will miss them. We welcome are new friend Julia to our classroom and look forward to getting to know her and her family. We are hoping for some sun and warm air in the month of April so we can spend more time outside.

Next month themes are the following:

  • Bugs and Insects
  • Bunnies and Easter
  • Gardening/Earth Day
  • Week of the Young Child

Happy Spring!

Deb and Michelle

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Tiny Tots

April is here already?! We would like to wish Logan well as she begins her preschool journey! We would also like to give a warm welcome to Ellie who will be joining out room. Happy birthday to Kinley on April 21!

March was exciting filled with a visit from Dr. Seuss and some leprechauns! We really paid attention to the weather and began to talk about the changing seasons.

This month we will continue to talk about spring, gardening, Earth Day, and celebrate the Week of the Young Child. Please continue to leave your child’s boots here as it can get muddy in the playground. Also, a complete change of clothes is needed in case of some messy play!

Happy Spring!

Heather, Liz & Kayla

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Little Tykes

Happy Spring! We are still waiting for the snow to melt and the warm weather to arrive so the Little Tykes can spend some quality time outside. We are so proud of all the mile-stones the children made during the month of March. We look forward to our little circle times to sing and do finger plays as they get older they show more interest. It is great to see them get excited and participate. The end of April we will be celebrating The Week of the Young Child. Each day of the week will bring fun activities.

Music Monday, Tuesday Book swap, Wednesday team building activities, Thursday – art, Friday is our Parent breakfast. We will celebrate along as the babies can.

Lisa and Amy

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Activity Resources

Visit the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) activity resources for families: https://www.naeyc.org/woyc/activity-resources

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TLC March Newsletter 2017

TLC March Newsletter 2017

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Keep an eye out to see if our lucky Leprechaun has paid us a special visit. The Clubhouse classroom will be busy designing special traps to try and catch one.

We hoped everyone enjoyed their February vacation week. We saw quite a few families on vacation. We hope you were somewhere warm avoiding the cold weather we had here. We appreciate everyone’s patience with our decisions to be closed or delayed opening on those days we had treacherous weather. The decision is made to ensure everyone stays safe and off the roads if necessary. Our goal is to stay open but we rely on the local weather predictions, our plowing crew and the Hopkinton Police dept. to try to make the best call for everyone. Spring will be here soon.

Re-registration packets have been available. Please see your teacher for your family’s packet if you do not have one yet. Please fill out all of the information for each child as everything needs to be updated. Please return them by March 14th.

There have been quite a few illnesses reported in the center. Please make us aware of any illness to your child’s teacher. We post any communicable diseases on our bulletin board to keep families aware. The teachers and assistants have been working hard washing toys and sanitizing all other areas. Please make sure to take your child’s sleeping bag home regularly to be washed. If you have any questions on our health policies please feel free to ask.

Parents, please remember to have your personal key cards to enter the building. Our Brivo account keeps track of all entries to the building. It is important to have your child logged in to the building as well as signing them in and out every day. We thank you for your cooperation in our effort to keep everyone safe and accounted for.

Please take a look at our yummy fundraiser and get your order in. All proceeds will go to our treasured Cystic Fibrosis foundation in honor of Trish’s nephew.

Dates to remember:

  • March 17th St. Patrick’s Day celebration
  • March 10th Early release – all schools
  • March 24th Early release – all schools

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Clubhouse

Hi everyone!

The Clubhouse has had a very exciting February. The themes this month were Space, The Dentist, Valentine’s and Presidents. We explored these themes through some fun crafts including marble art, cling film art, and paper plate portraits.

Some highlights this month were the Valentine’s Day party, where everyone designed their own decorative cookie, sledding after the snow storm, and baking to make George Washington cookies.

We are looking forward to March and keeping our fingers crossed for some more sunny weather!

Sarah, Cat, Dana and Amanda.

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Little Rascals

The Little Rascals had a great month of February.  We celebrated love and friendship as we learned about Valentine’s Day.  The children had a wonderful time learning about the planets and our Presidents.

This month we will be making many silly projects and reading some great books to recognize Dr. Seuss’ birthday.  We will learn all about healthy eating.  We will then move on to St Patrick’s Day as well as weather.

The Little Rascals have been enjoying the beautiful weather and are hoping it hangs around a bit.  Please make sure your child has a water bottle daily.

Please bring in either a pillowcase or a reusable store bag for your child’s sleeping bag if you have not done so already.

As always if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to speak to us about them.

Christine and Stefanie

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Krusaders

The Krusaders had a fabulous February! We felt the love at our Valentine’s Day party and enjoyed handing out our cards! We also enjoyed learning all about our presidents, how to keep our teeth healthy and clean, and our adventure to space!

During the month of March we will explore the following themes:

  • Silly Dr. Seuss and celebrating his Birthday
  • Nutrition and how to keep our bodies healthy with healthy food and exercise
  • Lucky Leprechauns
  • Spring has Sprung
  • Weather and Rainbows
  • Letters of the month: S, T and U
  • Numbers of the month: 15 and 16
  • Shape and color: Square and Green

We hope everyone has a wonderful month and hope it continues to stay warm! It is almost Spring! Please remember to send water bottles and weather appropriate clothing daily! As always if you have any question please don’t hesitate to ask! Also please consider checking out our Fundraiser this month as all proceeds will go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation! Every year our school takes pride in supporting Team Zack Attack and this fundraiser is one of those ways! Thank you!

Miss Lauren and Miss Sarah

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Small Fries

As we say goodbye to February, we welcome March with plenty in store for us! This February Small Fries had fun with our Valentine’s Day Party and enjoyed making their card boxes! We also are enjoyed learning about how to keep our teeth healthy and clean! We continue to learn our shapes, colors, ABC’s and 1,2,3’s during circle time! It is important to arrive by 9:15. This way the children have time to be social with their friends and enjoy snack before we start our circle time. We want to wish Miss Nicki the best of luck on her pregnancy and Small Fries can’t wait to meet Emma Grace!

This month’s themes are:

  • Silly Dr. Seuss
  • Lucky Leprechauns
  • Spring has Sprung
  • Nutrition

Just a reminder to parents, as begins to get warmer we still have those cold breezy morning so please continue to bring the right clothing attire with your child and please be sure to label all belongings as we know many children have the same clothing! Thank you and Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Miss Mellissa

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Tiny Tots

The Tiny Tots can’t wait for spring! We have been spoiled this last week and took full advantage of the weather by going outside as much as possible. Hopefully that groundhog was wrong and we will get an early spring. Please make sure your child has a complete change of clothes in his or her cubby as it can get a little muddy and we out there.

Our Tiny Tots have shown so much interest in potty training this past month. We have been going to sit on the potties multiple times each day and have done many successful potty dances, claps, and cheers. If you have any questions please ask! We would love to help and give you more details so you can have success at home as well.

Our themes for the month of March include Silly Dr. Seuss, St. Patrick’s Day, rainbows and weather, and nutrition.

Happy Spring!

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Little Tykes

Happy Spring! It’s hard to believe it’s already here. Our excitement grows as warmer days are just ahead. It is so amazing to watch how fast our babies have turned to toddlers. This month we are preparing our toddlers to transition into their new classroom. We look forward to watching them grow.

Amy ~ Lisa

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Parent’s Newsletter – February 2017

Happy Valentine’s Day!

We have been busy preparing for an exciting month revolving around dental health, Hearts & Hugs, Presidents and It’s a small world. The letters of the month will be P,Q,R along with the numbers 13&14.

February is Dental Health month. This is a good time to brush up on good dental health habits. We request that all preschool parents send in new toothbrushes and check on their toothpaste supply.  On Tuesday the 14th we will be celebrating Valentine’s Day. Each class will celebrate by swapping valentine cards, playing games, and enjoying Valentine snacks.

We have a few staff changes as Nicki goes on maternity leave. Mellissa Fernandes will take over a the teacher in the class with Brooke and Sam. Stef will be teaching with Christine in The Little Rascals. We would also like to welcome Alexandra to The Learning Center. She will be helping out with Lauren.

Re-registration

TLC will be having its annual re-registration starting the beginning of next month. Please stop by the office to pick up your child’s re-registration packet. Please go over your paperwork thoroughly and fill out all sections. Everything in your child’s file needs to be updated annually. This registration process renews their spot for September. TLC is yearly program. Your child’s spot continues through the summer. If you need to change your regular days for the upcoming school year please make a note of it on your form and we will do our best to accommodate these requests. If you have any questions please see Jen or Melissa. All registrations are due March 28th.

Evaluations

When you receive your child’s evaluation please read them over, sign and return them as soon as possible. Please feel free to speak with child’s educator if you have any questions or concerns or would like to set up a conference.

Tuition payment

Please remember that monthly tuition payments are due on the 29th of each month. Weekly payments are due on Thursday for the following week. We appreciate you getting your payments in on time.

Dates to remember

  • 2/3/17 Early release/ Elementary school
  • 2/14/17 Valentine’s day party
  • 2/20/17 TLC closed for President’s day
  • 2/21/17-2/24/17 February school vacation week
  • (Please let us know your vacation plans)

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Little Tykes

It is hard to believe we are already in the month of February. All of the infants are developing new skills every day some are crawling, standing without support and babbling. Our new friends Sawyer and Cooper have settled in beautifully. For Valentine day we are planning a valentine surprise. Just a reminder to parents we will be closed on Monday,  February 20th for President’s Day. If you have any questions or concerns please come to Lisa or I.

Amy~Lisa

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Clubhouse

The Clubhouse had a wonderful January. Our themes this month were winter, hibernation, Alaska and Antarctica, and we explored all of these topics through some very creative crafts. We also enjoyed our spirit week. It was fun for the children to participate in the different themes each day. The highlight of this month was welcoming our new friend Natalie to the Clubhouse!

Just a little reminder, we do try to spend some time outside when the children arrive at TLC after school, don’t forget to send appropriate shoes/boots, hats and gloves.

We hope everyone had a great first month of 2017, we know we did!
Sarah, Cat, Dana and Amanda.

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Busy Bees

February is upon us and this month we have some great opportunities for learning and growing.  We are happy to welcome Kevin as our newest Busy Bee.  The children are doing a wonderful job welcoming new children to the room.  This month we will be focusing on some of these themes:

  • Healthy teeth and all that entails
  • Valentine’s day and groundhog day
  • Presidents past and current
  • Letters p, q, r
  • Numbers 15, 16
  • Color green
  • Shape square

Feel free to ask us any questions you might have.
Miss Debbie and Michelle

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Tiny Tots

Our new year has been great so far! We learned all about winter, bears and hibernation. In the month of February we will say goodbye to Christian and wish him luck as he moves into the preschool. We would also like to wish Lia a Happy Birthday on the 7th!

This month our curriculum will include Space, Hearts and Hugs, Presidents on Parade and Groundhog’s Day.

We can almost see Spring! But for now, thank you for keeping your child’s bin stocked with extra clothes and for always having hats, mittens, and boots available for us.

Heather & Sam

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Krusaders

January has been a wonderful month for the Krusaders! We enjoyed learning all about winter, arctic regions, and Hibernation! We had an extra special week of school spirit and everyone dressed to impress! We are officially more than half way through the alphabet and our numbers which means the end of our school year and summer is in sight!

Love is in the air as we fall into February! We have an action packed month ahead of us.  First, we will blast off into space and learn all about the earth, planets, stars and the sun! Next, we will learn all about our sparkling smiles and the dentist.  Along with our two holidays this month we will celebrate Valentine’s Day and Presidents’ Day with many crafts and activities to go along with them.  The Krusaders will learn letters P, Q and R and numbers 13 and 14. Our shape and color of the month will be heart and pink.

Keep an eye out for our class list for Valentines which will be given out at our Valentine’s Day party on the 14th.  Please start  thinking about bringing in a small box like a tissue box so we can make mailboxes for our Valentine’s.

Some housekeeping reminders…Please remember to send hats and gloves EVERYDAY! A water bottle as well so we are not wasting cups all day.  It helps teach the children about going green and helping the environment 🙂 Also the board by the door in the classroom always has what we are doing each week and reminders about school information.

As always if you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to ask or talk to Miss Sarah or Miss Lauren.

We hope everyone has a wonderful February and GO PATRIOTS!!!
Miss Lauren and Miss Sarah

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Little Rascals

The Little Rascals had a great New Year learning about hibernation, Eskimos and mittens.

We also loved School Spirit week, the children did a great job getting into the theme for each day.

  • This month we are learning all about our smiles and how to take extra good care of our teeth.  We will be learning about our Presidents as well.
  • Love will be in the air this month as we prepare our room for our special Valentine’s Party.  There will be a sign up sheet for goodies to help us celebrate.  We will also be sending a class list home for the children to exchange cards.
  • We said a sad farewell to Ishitha as her family moves away to Texas.  We are happy to welcome Christian to the room.
  • Stefanie will be joining us in the classroom full-time as Mellissa moves into the toddler room.
  • Please be sure to send your child in with appropriate outer wear (including boots) every day.  The children also need water bottles daily.
  • We are asking all parents to send either a pillow case or a reusable grocery tote in for your child’s sleeping bag.

As always if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to talk to us.

Christine and Stefanie

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Small Fries

As we say goodbye to January, Small Fries welcomes February with many things in store for us!

This month’s themes include:
– space adventure
– sparkling smiles
– hearts and hugs
– presidents on parade.

We welcome Mellissa Fernades who will be a new teacher in our classroom for when I go on maternity leave. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask!

We please ask that you  read the daily sheets to see if your child needs diapers or wipes. We have added a curriculum board next to our door that shows our themes of each week and colors/shape of the month, we will also be posting reminders on there as well!  We also rearranged the cubbies, their names are up at the top, sorry for the confusion!

Your children show a great deal of interest in arts and crafts! They are starting to recognize shapes and colors, as well as memorizing the alphabet. We have created a shape matching game that will help further develop their memory and be able to recognize each shape and color! We enjoy watching your children develop and learn new things everyday day.

Thank you
Nicki, Mellissa and Samantha

Happy Valentine’s Day

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January 2017 Parents Newsletter

Happy New Year!

CAN’T THANK YOU ENOUGH!! 

It is with sincere gratitude that I thank you for your contributions and sincere thoughtfulness in regards to the donations for the TLC staff.

Your kindness gave me the opportunity to provide each staff member with a well-deserved bonus on your behalf. Without your help, this appreciation could not have been expressed. As we look forward to another wonderful year, I cannot help but reflect on the past years and know how fortunate I am to have the opportunity to serve the families we have since opening our doors in September 2000.

On behalf of TLC and its staff, I wish you all a prosperous and healthy New Year.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURES

Parents please accompany your children directly to their classrooms and assist them in hanging up their coats, etc. Parents are responsible for informing the teachers of their child’s arrival, as well as signing in on the required sheets. If your child is going to be absent, please call the center by 9:00am to inform their teachers. Please have your children in by 9:30 am as classrooms begin their scheduled program at this time.

At the end of the day, the parents are responsible for notifying the teacher of their child’s departure as well as signing them out. No child will be picked up by anyone other than a parent or a person identified on their authorization and consent form. Teachers must ask for identification from the authorized pick-up person not known by the childcare staff.

Please remember that parents are responsible for supervision of their children at arrival and departure time. Especially during the busy drop off and pick up time in the parking lot. These guidelines protect the children’s safety.

SICK POLICY REMINDER

Parent please let the office know if your child has been diagnosed with a communicable illness by your pediatrician. We would like to be able to post this information so parents are aware and know what symptoms to look for. Thank you for assistance in sharing this information.

SAY CHEESE!! IT’S PICTURE TIME

Picture day will take place January 19th and 20th.  Please have your children in by 8:45. If your child does not usually attend on those days they are welcome to come for their individual pictures and also their class picture. Specific times and classrooms will be posted. Please make sure to fill out your forms and return them to your classroom teacher before their picture day. Please be sure your payment is included.

PERSONAL NOTE FROM THE OFFICE

Thank you so much for the generous gifts we received from our wonderful families. It is so nice to be thought of during the holidays. We appreciate everything you do.

DATES TO REMEMBER

  • TLC closed – January 2, 2017
  • Public School re-opens January 3rd
  • No public school – January 16th – TLC will be open

Little Tykes

I would like to wish all of our TLC families and friends a very happy New Years!!!

It is so amazing how quickly the babies have progressed. Some of them are walking and some are pulling themselves up and some are beginning to crawl all over the room. They have become very independent.

We are having children transition into the toddler room and new babies entering our Little Tykes classroom this year. We will be saying goodbye to our friend Grace who will be entering Tiny Tots. We welcome our new friend Sawyer to our Little Tykes family.

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday!

Amy~ Lisa

Clubhouse

Hi everyone,

December was such a fun month! The Clubhouse learned all about Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa traditions.  The children loved making crafts throughout the holiday season. Santa was so impressed with how good the boys and girls were during his visit. The children also enjoyed making their very own presents for their parents that they were very proud of. We hope you all will treasure them. Clubhouse was busy during vacation week, our theme was Fairy Tales. We have some great themes coming up for January as we celebrate the New Year and settle back into school.

Happy New Year to you all!

Sarah, Dana, Cat and Amanda

Tiny Tots

Cheers to a new year! We hope you had a great holiday season and we are excited to start 2017 in the Tiny Tot classroom! We would like to wish Giovanni good luck as he has transitioned to preschool!

In January we will be focusing on the themes: Eskimos, Hibernation, Alaska, and School Spirit week.

We will continue to go outside daily, weather permitting. Please feel free to leave an extra labeled set of outside gear here at school. If we can’t get outside we will be doing gross motor activities inside so don’t forget sneakers too!

Thank you for all of your generous gifts over the holiday season. We appreciate all of you as well!

Heather & Sam

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Small Fries

Small fries is excited to ring in the new year of 2017! We hope that everyone had a wonderful holiday! We thank parents for bringing in snow pants and boots. If you have not already, please bring in a change of weather appropriate clothing. Please read the daily sheets to see if your child needs diapers or wipes.

This month’s themes include marvelous mittens, happy hibernation, school spirit week, Alaska and Eskimos! Your children show a great deal of interest in arts and crafts! They are starting to recognize shapes and colors, as well as memorizing the alphabet. Sam and I enjoy watching your children develop and learn new things everyday day.

We also want to thank parents for their generous gifts from the holidays it meant a lot to us!

Thank you
Nicki and Sam

Little Rascals

Happy New Year!  We hope you all had a wonderful holiday! We would like to thank you all for the very generous and thoughtful holiday gifts.

December was a great month, filled with joy as we celebrated all of the December holidays. In January we will be learning all about mittens, animals that hibernate, Eskimos and Alaska.

The most exciting topic this month is School Spirit.  We will have different themes for each day.  The kiss will have so much fun.

Please remember to send your child in with labeled, weather appropriate outer wear each day, as we will try to go outside.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to speak with us.

Thank you,

Miss Christine, Miss Mellissa and Miss Stefanie

Krusaders

Happy New Year! We are looking forward to a fantastic 2017! We hope everyone had a wonderful, fun filled holiday with family and friends!

December was an exciting month for the Krusaders.  We enjoyed celebrating all of the holidays that fall in the month of December. A visit from Santa was extra special! We learned about the letters J, K and L and the numbers 9 and 10.

As we dive into the New Year we will explore the season of winter, animals who hibernate, and the cold regions of Alaska and Antarctica.  We will also have a fun filled spirit week during the week of January 16th.  Please keep an eye out for what each days theme will be.

Our letters and numbers of the month will be:

  • M, N and O
  • 11 and 12
  • Our shape and color of the month will be: Octagon and Blue

Keep a lookout for your child’s progress report, which will be handed out this month.

A few housekeeping reminders…
Please make sure your child has hats and gloves/mittens every day.
Make sure all of your child’s items of clothing and winter apparel are labeled.
Please send a water bottle that your child can keep in their cubby during the week.
Also check out the white board right before you enter the room, it has info on what we did during the day, day to day housekeeping reminders, and other important events going on at TLC.

As always, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask Miss Sarah or I. Stay warm and have a joyful January!

Miss Lauren and Miss Sarah

Busy Bees

Happy New Year!  We hope you all enjoyed the holidays as much as we did in the Busy Bee Classroom.  We are looking forward to a great new year.  We are happy to welcome Giovanni into our room.  These are some of the things we will be learning about this month.

  • Marvelous mittens
  • Hibernation
  • School Spirit Week
  • Eskimos
  • The letters M, N, O
  • The numbers 11 and 12
  • The color blue
  • The shape octagon

Please remember to dress the kids for outside play including hats, mittens, boots and snowsuits.  We will be going outside daily. If you have concerns feel free to speak to us at any time.

Miss Debbie and Michelle