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Spin Preschool Newsletter…A program proudly brought to you by Starpoint
2016
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Spring is just around the corner! The month of March is a busy month. Please watch for postings of different
events that are coming. Starting on March 4th, Starpoint Children’s Services is working with Fremont Center of the
Arts to create an interactive math exhibit, Mathematical Abstraction. Next, Preschool will be closed for Spring
Break March 21st-March 25th. Lastly, mark your calendar for April 7th. This will be the night that we host our
annual Fairy Tale Night. We would love to have you all join us for fun through books!
Thank You, Misty Hinkle, Center Director
Infant Room
Toddler Room
Our infants are crawling and scooting
everywhere. We have a new friend in the
classroom who won't be far behind. Please
remember to bring shoes and coats every
day. We have been having some nice days
and on those days we like to go for stroller
rides to get fresh air. The children love it
and so do we. Thank you for bringing
family photos to display in the classroom.
The children are enjoying looking at all
the photos of families and their friends.
As always thank you for letting us be a
part in your child's life.
It’s March already. We have had some
great weather and have been spending
extra time outside when we can, however
the weather can change quickly so please
make sure your child has a jacket every
day.
This month we will be working on selfhelp skills, like taking off our shoes,
socks and coats; pulling our pants up
and down; and washing our hands with
little assistance. We will continue to
working on counting and letters.
Thank You,
Kris & Tammy
Thank You,
Karen, Michelle, Pam
Purple Room
Orange Room
This Friday is off to a surprise start.
Ms. Ashley has had her baby boy a little
early, so she will be out for a few weeks
to be with him. Ms. Tori will be working
in her place until Ashley is able to
return. This month we will continue to
explore cultures: talking about our
differences and similarities. We will also
celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Thursday,
March 17th (Be sure to wear your green).
At that time we will talk about Irish
heritage. As Easter comes closer, we
will decorate Easter Eggs on Monday
March 28th.
It’s already March, and the
children are growing to be awesome
little people. There will be a
couple new faces joining us this
month from the toddler room. The
children have been really enjoying
the song “Do You Like Brocolli?” so
we’ll be trying out some new veggies
& fruits. Please let us know if
there are any fruits or vegetables
your child might be allergic to.
Thank You,
Nikki and Ashley
Ms. Angie & Ms. Cassie
Yellow Room
Green Room
Hello from the yellow room!
I just want to say good job to all my yellow
room kids we have been working so hard on
counting! The kids are doing so well!
Another hip hip hooray to the kiddos, all of
them can put on their coats without help!!!
Now we are working on fasteners! This
month we are learning about the new
season, spring. We will talk about the
changing weather, all things growing, and
things crawling. Also we will be trying
green foods like spinach, kale, and kiwi.
Yum! Last, just a reminder spring break is
March 21-25!
This month we will be working
on the letters P, Q and R,
counting from 10-20 and
celebrating Dr. Seuss'
birthday. With St. Patrick's
Day coming up we will be trying
Green foods. Spring is right
around the corner so we will be
discussing the changes that
come with it. Just a reminder
Spring break is from the 21-25
of this month.
Thank you,
Mrs. Amy and Mrs. Kylie
Thank You,
Mabel, Nina, Mary
Activities For Home
Painting with a Scent: http://www.preschoolrainbow.org/preschool-spring.htm
Materials:
Paper (prefer stiff)
Several flavors of Kool-Aid
Paint brushes
Description:
Mix each flavor in a separate container with about half a cup of
water. Allow the children to paint on the paper with the brushes after dipping them in
the flavored water. The painting looks just like watercolor paints and it
smells so good. Actually the whole art area smells great! The children love
dipping their brushes in and smelling them before they paint, they try to guess
what flavor it is. They come up with some pretty interesting guesses.
After the painting has dried the children can scratch their painting with their
finger and smell the paint on their picture. Just like scratch and sniff stickers.
SPIN EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION CENTER
March 2016
B-Bagels w/cream
cheese, peaches, milk
L-chicken fajitas in
tortilla, corn, orange
slice, milk
B- Pancakes, applesauce,
milk
L-Stew Beef Goulash,
corn, peas, bread, milk
B-cereal, pears, milk
L-mushroom chicken
noodle casserole, cooked
carrots, mixed fruit, milk
B-scrambled eggs, toast,
bananas, milk
L-Ham and cheese
sandwich, cucumber
slices, peaches, milk
S-Yogurt, peaches, water
B- Cereal, orange slice,
milk
S-graham crackers, jelly,
milk
B- Bagels, cream cheese,
apple slices, milk
S-tortillas, cheese, water
B- Cinnamon toast,
orange slices, milk
L-chicken pasta salad,
carrot sticks , peaches,
milk
L-beef Sheppard’s Pie,
mixed veggies, mashed
potatoes, bread, milk
L- Tuna salad
sandwiches, cucumber
slices, bananas, milk
S-hard boiled eggs,
cheese sticks, water
B- Cereal, apple slices,
milk
S- Graham crackers, milk
S-animal crackers, Milk
B- oatmeal , orange slices,
milk
L-Tuna pasta salad,
peaches, peas, milk
L-Johnson’s Temptation,
hash browns, orange
slices, bread milk
B- Scrambled eggs,
English muffins, pears,
milk
L- beef enchilada
casserole, corn, apple
slice, milk
S- Vanilla wafers, milk
B- French Toast ,
applesauce, milk
L-pizza Joes on bun,
orange slice, green beans,
milk
S-cheese sandwiches,
water
B- Pancakes, applesauce,
milk
L- Beef stroganoff, green
beans, mixed fruit, milk
S-graham crackers,
orange slices, water
S- Animal crackers, milk
B- cereal, orange slice,
milk
B- English muffins,
cheese, orange slices, milk
L- Chili Fries w/beef,
cheese, crackers, peas,
milk
S- tortilla, cheese, water
L- bean & cheese
burritos, corn , orange
slice, milk
S- Vanilla wafers, milk
L- Hamburger on roll,
French fries, peaches, milk
S – Goldfish, milk
B- oatmeal, apple slices, milk
L- Macaroni and cheese w/
ham, green beans, pears,
milk
S- saltines, cheese, water
S- animal crackers, milk
B- French toast,
applesauce, milk
B- waffles, applesauce, milk
B-Bagels, cream
cheese, peaches, milk
L-Spanish rice
w/chicken, carrots,
apple slice, milk
S-pretzel, cheese
sauce, milk
L-chicken noodle
casserole, mixed
veggies, apple slice ,
milk
S-graham crackers,
milk
B-oatmeal, applesauce,
milk
L-Beef and rice casserole,
carrot sticks, mandarin
oranges, milk
S-animal crackers, milk
S-apples and cheese slices,
water
B- Biscuits and gravy,
apple slices, milk
L-turkey sandwiches,
cucumbers, bananas, milk
S- hard boil eggs, orange,
water
B- waffles, peaches, milk
L- ham & beans, saltines,
apple slice, green beans,
milk
S- toast, jelly, milk
eggs
B- Bagels w/ cream cheese,
apple slices, milk
L-Chicken nachos, lettuce,
tomato, chili beans, corn,
milk
S- carrot sticks, cheese
sticks, water
B-waffles, pears, milk
L-baked turkey in
gravy, orange slice,
bread, mashed
potatoes, milk
S-cheese sticks, apple
slice, water
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