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North Aurora, Illinois - Randall Commons S/C

North Aurora, Illinois

1125 Oak St
North Aurora, IL 60542
KANE COUNTY

SCHOOL SUMMARY:
Ages: 6 Weeks-12 Years Old
Open: Monday-Friday
Hours: 6:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
 

Newsletter - Dear Family

It's hard to believe that March is here! We are thankful for the mostly mild winter we are having as we look forward to celebrating the first day of Spring later this month. We will also be celebrating St.Patricks day and my favorite celebration here at COA-Dr.Suess's birthday! Do you remember your favorite Dr.Seuss Books? Mine include The Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who, and My Many Colored Days! Every year we have such a fun week celebrating the joy of reading and creativity that Dr. Suess's many books have brought to so many children! This month we will also start planning for summer camp. If you know of any families who would be interested in Camp Wow, please let them know that we will be holding a camp preview night later this month. Current and prospective families will have the opportunites to learn about our camp program and tour our school!

CURRICULUM FOCUS

May

5/4 May Celebrations

5/11 Plant Life Cycle

5/18 Shapes

5/25 Welcome to the Zoo

SPECIAL SHOUTOUTS

We sincerely would like to thank our families for supporting us to have Professional Development Days.

Upcoming Events

Dr. Seuss Spirit Week

Date : 3/2-3/6

Time : All Day

Description : Children will celebrate Dr.Seuss birthday with Seuss themed activities each day!


May:

KDI 48: Science and Technology- Predicting: Children predict what they expect will happen Making predictions is a simple place for young children to begin their comprehension journey. This can easily be modeled and discussed as you read books together, experiment with objects and explore materials. You can say, “I think … will happen next because…” or “What do you think will happen next?” Even the youngest of children can do this.


May:

Scaffolding Learning about Science. Experiment with magnets. Give your child a refrigerator magnet and see where they can make it stick. Talk about what those objects have in common.

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