January 2016

Infant One

Happy New Year!

We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday. We start the new year by welcoming Seamus and Franklin to our room. We will be exploring all things winter this month, we plan on bringing snow inside to put in our sensory table. We will also do winter art projects such as snowmen, and read books about winter. Hope everyone is keeping warm. Please check your child’s bin for appropriate extra clothes.

Infant Two

Happy New Year to all of our families here at LCCC. This month we will have two new friends join our class. Please help us welcome Connor and Margot and their families to our center. Everyone is doing great. The babies continue to grow and learn through play and interactions with their friends and caregivers. Frankie and Levi are so determined to walk. They continue to practice every day. Everett and Paul are enjoying new foods, and Rowan loves to talk!

Here’s to a great 2016!!!!


Younger Toddler

Happy New Year to all! Hoping you all had a safe and joyous holiday. Winter has arrived. Reminder to dress for outside daily walks. This month we are going to talk about winter and cold weather. We will make snowman and snowflakes. We also are going to learn about arctic animals. We’ll make polar bears and penguins as an art project. Younger toddlers are doing well on using utensils. We also are learning how to share toys and how to take turns. They love to sing and play instruments their favorite song is ” Hello how are you”


Older Toddler

Hello parents,

The New Year has approached! For the month of January our theme will be winter. We will be talking about animals that are around during the winter season such as penguins and polar bears. We will be making our own penguins and polar bears using cotton balls and glue. We will also be experimenting with real snow! In the classroom we will be reading books about winter such as Clifford and the Snowflake book, which talks about the journey of a snowflake.

Winter is one of my favorite seasons of the year, so we are going to have a great snow filled month! We will also continue to work on counting and practice spelling our names and learning to work on tracing the letters in our names.

Thank you,

Miss Taneshia, Miss Nichole and Miss Shayna.



It’s already January and the preschoolers can’t believe another year has passed. We are anxiously awaiting to get to play in the snow. Please be sure that your child has a winter coat, hat, mittens, scarf and boots available everyday so that we can enjoy our time outside. Please be sure that your child has an extra complete set of weather appropriate clothes available in case of accidents.

This month we will renew our focus on letters and numbers, so expect to see homework coming home to help reinforce the concepts we are working on. We will be focusing on the following topics this month: 1. (Jan 4-8) winter wonderland, letter I and number 9. 2. (Jan11-15) Winter Animals, letter J, number 10. 3. (Jan 18-22) Martin Luther King Jr. Day, letter K, number 11. 4. (Jan 25-29) Space, letter L, number 12.

We will be using various materials to explore the letters and numbers every day in the classroom and on our walks. We will have activities related to each topic as well. Please feel free to send in items that pertain to the topic to share with the class.

Please check your child’s folder daily for important information, as well as your child’s art projects. As always, thank you for your continued support and for sharing your children with us.

Miss Eli, Miss Michelle and Miss Christine


Pre K

We will be easing back into our normal routine with a quick look at “Winter”. All of the children are very ready for it to snow.

In the second week, we will start our “Everyone Has Needs” unit. We will meet Mr. C (colossal cab) Ms Y (yodeling yawn) and Ms E (exercise energy). Our unit themes will be everyone needs food, rest, and exercise. We will continue working on letter sounds , and patterning. We will be changing our sensory bin to go with a winter theme and dramatic play will turn into a pet store. Currently we are having a birthday party theme in dramatic play and we have our New Year’s theme. The kids loved trying to figure what was in filled balloons. We used beans, beads, legos, sand, etc. It was hands on fun!!!



Thank you for a successful 2015! We had a great food drive. Thank you, for all who participated. The classrooms were so appreciative of all the classroom gifts purchased from the giving tree. We are so excited to be starting a New Year!! With the New Year comes new and exciting ideas along with a new commitment to your child’s development and well being. We are so blessed to have each of you children as a part of our center! Please note, each classroom will check with the office, daily, before venturing outside to be sure that the weather permissible to do so. We do not venture outside when the wind chill is below 32 degrees.

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