Week of March 1st – March 5th

Dear EY1 community,

We hope you all had a lovely long weekend. It was a short but sweet week at KIS last week! We welcomed back Rou Rou who returned from a leave of absence. It is very nice to have you back in EY1 Rou Rou, we missed you!

This week we focused on making AB patterns and learning the names and sounds of the letters K, I, N, D and S through various activities and games at group time. We have also been working on our fine motor skills experimenting with threading beads and cutting/using scissors and working with play dough in different ways. Please find the link to a fun play dough song we explored this week:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9D5lfqZF3o

The children have continued to show great enthusiasm as they make connections to our new unit of inquiry, ‘Caring for Living Things’. We were very excited to see our seeds have started sprouting that we planted last week. A big thank you to everyone who provided an artifact of living things for our unit board. The children take great pride in seeing their findings on display in the classroom.

You should now have all received an email with information on the 3-way conferences. Please make sure you fill in the questionnaire no later than March 1st and book a time that suits your family. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your homeroom teacher.

Seesaw Diary: Caring for a Living Thing – Please check out the activity and post your photos there.

IMPORTANT DATES and REMINDERS:

Student Council will hold a popcorn sale on Friday March 5th.   If you would like to support this fundraiser please send in an envelope with money, your child’s name, and how many bags of popcorn you are ordering no later than Friday Morning.  Popcorn is 20 baht per bag.

Parent Teacher Meetings on Zoom – Week of March 8th – 12th

Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to talking with you all next week about all the great progress your child has made so far this year.

EY1 Team

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