Week of September 9th -13th

Dear Parents,

We are continuing our art project with Ms. Daisy and talking about warm and cool colors.  We are in need of recycled materials (tissue rolls, cardboard egg crates, bubble wrap, etc.).  please send in these materials as you collect them from home.

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We have been having a lot of options at outdoor play.  We have such a big and beautiful balcony in EY2,  we decided to open it up at outdoor play so that all our EY students have more options.  We also have a construction play zone and the children are having so much fun building and measuring.

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Last week we had our first House Assembly.  The students loved climbing to the auditorium and cheering for their House!

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This week we will be observing our features closely and creating self portraits.  We are noticing many things as we study ourselves in the mirror.  We are talking about various shapes, like what shape our eyes and nose are, and what body parts we have.

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As we continue our UIO, “Relationships,” we will also be painting family pictures and naming and writing the names of the people in our family.

Our Early Years House Spirit Day will be this Friday, September 13th.  Please have your child wear their House Shirt and PE shorts.  Parents are welcome to stay to cheer on your child and House. EY1 and EY2 will have start at 9am, EY3 and Grade 1 will start at 8am.

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We will celebrate International Dot Day on Monday September 16th.  Children are welcome to wear dotted spotty clothes and bring in a plastic water bottle cap to add to the PYP art installation.

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Important Dates:

Friday September 13th: EY House Spirit Day (students wear House shirts and PE shorts).

Monday September 16th: International Dot Day (Students wear spotty-dotty clothes).

Thursday September 19th: Professional Development Day (no school for students).

Friday September 20th: September Break (holiday, school closed).

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