Mrs. Soma’s December 2014 Newsletter
He raised his hand and Nutcracker was transformed into a handsome prince….
Welcome to my kingdom,” said the Prince.
But where are we? asked Marie
“You are in the land of sweets,” said the Sugar plum fairy
We are now in the magical month of December where we wait for the first snow to touch our cheek or may be for us(Arizonian)the first soft chill breeze to wake us up in the morning. The story of the Nut Cracker, the ride on the Polar express , celebrating Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or Christmas and bidding goodbye to 2014 and welcoming a grand new year 2015……so much to do and so little time.
We have a very busy month with lots of activities lined up…
1. December 9th(Tuesday) from 5:45 to 6:45pm—— Cookie exchange and Christmas carol. Bring 2 dozens of your favorite cookie to share and eat.
2. December 16th(Tuesday)——Toy exchange. Please send your child to school with his/her one used toy, but in good condition with all parts. Every child will bring one toy to participate in this exchange, and thus understand the meaning of giving. Please bring the toys by December 15th(Monday).
We are going to have a Christmas tree in our room which has been donated by a parent….I would really like if you can sit with your child and make an ornament(not buy), and let the child bring the ornament to the class and hang it on the tree in the circle time.
I would like each parent to email me with your child’s Date of birth(month, day and year).
If your child has a Birthday this month, please let me know.
Last but sure not the least…Thank you to all the parents for helping us celebrate the Thanksgiving lunch, all the crafts and the cute pot holders made by children with Linsey Zocco.
I am so proud of all my children for all their achievements and those tiny mischievous moments which makes them so perfect.
Thank you again,
" MAYBe CHRISTMAS,”
“ Doesn’t come From A
means A LITTLE BIT
— Dr. Suess