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Posted: May 31, 2010

  Our field trip to King's Landing is next week- June 9th!  Please send $15 by this Friday. Be sure to practice sight words and reading this week :)  

Posted: May 11, 2010

                           No new news for this week!!   Reading and sight words are important!                                We are planning our end of the year field trip to King's Landing.  We are really excited and we hope this will be possible.  We will have to do a bit of fund raising over the next few weeks.  Stay tuned!!

Posted: May 3, 2010

    A BIG THANK YOU TO THE PARENTS WHO SENT IN PICS!!     Special Mother's Day cebration on Wednesday at 8:30 am.  It should only be 45 mins. (no more than an hour)!     New sight words sent this week, but only one book due to the children not having classes on Thursday and Friday.

Posted: April 28, 2010

  Homework Reminder: Please be sure to have children read books, and go over sight words each night!                               Pictures:  Please send in any pictures you have of our class:)                                  Upcoming Events: MOTHER'S DAY CELEBRATION!                                                        Mommy's are invited to our classroom for a special celebration.                                                        When:  Next Wedneday, May 5th.                                                         Hope you can make it or send someone in your place!
Congratulations to Brody Hallihan, Landon Stewart!!  They took home the gold and silver medals for Denmark, in Snowshoeing!!  A big congratulations to all my Danish athletes, as they all put forth their best effort.  Way to go!!  Don't forget, everyone that participates and demonstrates the 'true spirit of the olypics' will receive their own Croft Olympic Medal.  Just a note about tomorrow's competition... instead of sock skating in the gym, we will be having a 'boot race' on the soccer field.  Good luck to all of Mrs. Wilson's Olympians!

Posted: February 14, 2010

Monday, February 15th Snowshoeing today!  All parents wishing to volunteer to help out- see you at 8:50am! Today is Kindergarten day on the rink at noon.  Children wishing to skate, should have an adult accompany them. Today is also popcorn day for Kindergarten (cost is $1). A big Thank You for all of the Valentine's Day treats- The kids had a blast! A very special thank you to Palma Dean (Kelly's mom), for the beautiful Denmark/ Croft jerseys!!!  Thanks to John MacDonald (Patrick's dad), for the pictures!  We had sooo much fun at the 'Opening Ceremonies.'

Posted: January 14, 2010

We won the door decorating contest in December, and we are having our Pizza Party tomorow!  Please bring a drink, and recess and lunch snacks.

Posted: January 13, 2010

Please let me know if your child is having a difficult time reading the books we are sending home.  Typically, we send home the child's 'instructional level', which is one level up from what he and she is reading at.  (ex: If the child is reading level B fluently, the instructional level is C). 

Posted: January 13, 2010

We have focused on all lowercase letters of the alphabet, and are now moving forward with the uppercase letters.  Although the children have a great deal of exposure to both uppercase and lowercase letters letters of the alphabet on a daily basis, we are now focusing on the letter formation of uppercase letters in greater detail.  At the same time, we will be reviewing lowercase formation, letter sounds etc.  This week we worked with Allie Alligator's letter Aa, and Bubba Bear's letter Bb.  We will continue on through the alphabet, focusing on 2 letters per week. 

Posted: January 13, 2010

Thursday, January 21st will be our first skating trip to the Civic Centre!!  PLEASE, any parents that are able to come with us, meet us there!  I will welcome your help with open arms!! Our school skating rink is up and running.  Due to the fact that kindergarten children will need help with more than just putting on skates, it may be a good idea for the kids to have a parent with them at lunch, if they are interested in skating.  I will try to plan a little 'skating party' on our rink, if I can get parents or family members interested in coming!