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November News

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This month’s theme is Harvest Celebrations. Your child (ren) will learn about the following themes:

Harvest Foods
All About Trees
All Things Fall

The colder weather is slowly approaching, so please make sure your child has the correct change of clothes in his/her cubby for the weather.

We will be welcoming Mystery Readers on November 6th. If you have time from your busy schedule to read a book to your child (ren)’s classroom, please see the office to sign up for a day and time that works best for you!

Our Thanksgiving Feast will be on November 20th. Your child (ren) don’t need a lunch that day since we will be having a feast with our friends inside our classrooms!

Calling all Bakers!!!Homemade Bread Day is on November 22nd. If you are able to make delicious bread, any and all types are appreciated for your child (ren) to share with their classmates!!

Happy Thanksgiving!!We are closed November 28th and November 29th. We hope you enjoy the holiday with your families!

November comes
And November goes,
With the last red berries
And the first white snows.

With night coming early,
And dawn coming late,
And ice in the bucket
And frost by the gate.

The fires burn
And the kettles sing,
And earth sinks to rest
Until next spring.”
― Clyde Watson

Happy Fall!!!!

Written by: Kim Hensinger

November News

Fall - Family AOur spotlight teacher for November is Ms. Kaylee!  She has been a great addition to the Goddard family and has been with us for a year.  Please stop in the hall by the lobby door to learn more about Ms. Kaylee.

We have added our Toy For Tots bin in the lobby and welcome any gifts that you and your family can provide for the less fortunate.  They will pick up the toys on December 10, 2012.

The time of year has come to give thanks and fill our bellies with delicious foods. We have our Thanksgiving Feast on November 14th at 11:45.  We will read Thanksgiving books, learn fun songs, make a placemat, discuss what we’re thankful for and even dress like Indians and Pilgrims!

We are looking forward to all the fun activities planned throughout the month!  Happy November!

Written by: Kim Hensinger