The Monthly Newsletter of Room 108
January 5, 2009 Volume 5, Issue 1
Please label all of your child’s boots, hats,
gloves, scarfs, snowpants and jackets with their
name so that I can find the owner if they wind up on
the floor or playground. Also, the path to the
playground is very muddy. Please consider sending
boots with your child even when it is not snowy. I Calendar
wanted to remind you that in order for a child to stay
in from recess a doctor’s note is needed. Monday, January 5 D guidance
What We Are Learning About Tuesday, January 6 E library
This month we are beginning a unit in reading Wednesday, January 7 A gym
called Journeys. We will read about going places Thursday, January 8 B music
like the ocean or on a plane and about journeys Friday, January 9 C art
around our community such as the library or a field
trip. In math we will introduce the dime and counting
amounts in the teens. Later in the month we will Monday, January 12 D guidance
begin exploring numbers to 100. During writing we & computer
are working on gathering good ideas to write about. reading log due!
In social studies we will be learning about families. Tuesday, January 13 E library
Here are a few of the websites we have visited in Wednesday, January 14 A gym
class that your child might like to explore at home Thursday, January 15 B music
too. Friday, January 16 C art
www.starfall.com Monday, January 19 NO SCHOOL!
www.pbskids.org Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Tuesday, January 20 D guidance
Items to Send In & computer
Remember to collect and send in any of the following reading log due!
items to benefit our class and school. Wednesday, January 21 E library
Ink cartridges Thursday, January 22 A gym
Old cell phones Friday, January 23 B music
Monday, January 26 NO SCHOOL!
Tuesday, January 27 C art
reading log due!
report cards come home!
Wednesday, January 28 D guidance
Thursday, January 29 E library
Friday, January 30 A gym
A Peek Inside Our Classroom
Here are pictures from our
classroom. It’s Mrs. Pawlowski
(Natalie’s mom). She volunteers
once a month and teaches the
students Spanish. Ask your child
if he or she remembers any
Spanish colors or numbers!