Newsletter| December, 2019
Inside of Human Body/ Antarctica
We are excited for the Holiday season! The air is full of the smell of cinnamon, peppermint, and pine tree. This month we learned about Human Body, Antarctica, Real/Not Real, Charity, and Christmas. Reading curriculum is continue reading the books by the author Laura Numeroff.
Do you know we have 206 bones in body together make up the skeleton, which supports our bodies.
“Joint” is the name given to a part of the body where two bones meet, such as your elbows or your knees, Most of your joints can move.
There are seven continents in the World. Antarctica is farther south than any other continent, and it is very cold there.
In Antarctica, the snow builds up into layers of ice. The ice covers nearly all of the land. This is known as the Antarctic ice sheet, and it is very thick.
We had have learned many sound of letters, and now we can try to blend the sounds together.
It is the time to decorate the Christmas tree.
Holiday sensory bin!
Holiday fine motor work!
Holiday spooning work!
Winter snowflake transferring work!
Big pompom transferring work!
Look the snow man I assembled.
Gingerbread man poking work!
I am going to give my gingerbread man some special designs.
Holiday number matching work!
Holiday math dice work!
I made this beads cane for my favorite person in this Holiday!