Monday, January 26, 2009

Monday's Tattler

Good morning! It's another cold one. As I look out at my front street, I see a build up of last night's flurries and tiny snow balls, and I see a white sheet of semi ice. Not a pretty sight for 5:00 a.m.

We are under a storm warning for tonight and it is being said that we will get 4-8 inches of snow. In the event that there is an event, we will be closed if other schools are closed.

In the interim, we will conduct today with prudence. We will be starting Mary Poppins with the kids and we will probably divide the movie into three parts instead of five. The children have really enjoyed this film adventure. They are loving "seeing what happens next." I predict that none of the kids have seen Mary Poppins and will just love this kind of movie. It's a happy movie and filled with those parts the kids will love to laugh at.

Next month, and February calendars will come out this week, we will be trying film again, but we will be weather watching because the nicer days need to be spend outside.

Today we will be having spaghetti and fresh fruit and a new French bread and Parmesan cheese baked bread - there is always something new to try!

We are moving along with our ABCs in the preschool. Miss Kelly is beginning that first run at reading words, and Miss Amy is in hot pursuit of letter sounds and handwriting skills. It's a busy classroom time.

Have a great day.

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