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Winchester, Virginia - In Abrams Crossing S/C

Winchester, Virginia

631 W Jubal Early Dr
Winchester, VA 22601
FREDERICK COUNTY

SCHOOL SUMMARY:
Ages: 6 Weeks-12 Years Old
Open: Monday-Friday
Hours: 6:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
 

Newsletter - Dear Family

We are looking forward to a wonderful December and Holiday Season! Here are some things we want to make you aware of: Angel Tree: Please adopt a child and purchase a gift to help make their holiday special! The tree is located in the front lobby. Coat Collection: If you would like to donate a coat for a child, there is a collection box outside the Toddler Room. Classroom Holiday Parties: Please see information in Tadpoles or on your child's classroom door for further information COA DECEMBER SCHEDULE: Christmas Eve - close 1:00pm --- Christmas Day - Closed New Years Eve - close 2 hours early ---- New Years Day - Closed

CURRICULUM FOCUS

January

Arctic Animals

Working Together

My 5 Senses

Eskimos and Igloos

SPECIAL SHOUTOUTS

Thank you for providing food donations for our Thanksgiving Feast! The children loved eating and celebrating together. Also, thank you for participating in our first ever Scholastic BOOK FAIR!

Upcoming Events

SANTA VISIT

Date : Monday 12/16

Time : 10:00 a.m.

Description : SANTA is stopping by for a visit & to find out what the children want for Christmas!


January:

KDI 25: Language, Literacy and Communication- Alphabetic Knowledge: Children identify letter names and their sounds.

Alphabet knowledge is also considered a component of concept of print. This includes knowledge of the names of each letter, the order of the alphabet, recognition of each upper-case and lower-case letter, and knowing the difference between letters and words. Alphabet Knowledge includes recognizing all the letters of the alphabet by name. This includes recognizing upper-case and lower-case letters. To help your child with alphabetic knowledge read, read and read.


January:

Hold your baby and investigate what they see in the mirror. Point out the different parts of their body (toes, head, fingers) and then point them out on yourself. Use words to describe the different parts of you. Talk about what each part does.

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