November 4, 2022

PH Kindergarten eNews

November is American Indian Heritage Month. For the next two weeks, we will be learning all about Native Americans, particularly the Wampanoag who were part of the first Thanksgiving celebration.

Next Week

  • Unit Study: Native Americans
  • Show and Tell: “My Name is Special” worksheet
  • Bible: Moses
  • Bible Verse: “Know that the Lord, He is God; it is He that has made us, and not we ourselves. We are His people, and the sheep of His pasture.” - Psalm 100:3
  • Reading: Digraphs "sh" and "th", continue readers
  • Sight Words: I, see, a, on, and, has, the, for, no, is, of, his, go, in, put, her, he, she, to, help, can, not, too, stop
  • Math: Review of previously learned concepts, practice adding 1, introduce the 60s number family, count from 1-79, “after” numbers. (Please review left and right with your child at home. This will help in math, reading, and writing.)
  • Writing: Writing with sentences

Important Dates

  • November 10 - Students can wear camo shirts and/or pants for Veterans Day Chapel. If not wearing camo, students should be in normal Chapel dress.
  • November 14 - Christmas in November Canned Good Kick-Off! Students may wear a Christmas top by bringing in a canned good to benefit Feed the 479. We will collect canned goods all week long. Final donations will be collected at the Turkey Trot.
  • November 18 - Turkey Trot at 2:15pm on the field by the church. Refer to Mrs. Kelly's email for further information.
  • November 21- 25 - Thanksgiving Break
  • November 30 - Place December lunch orders by 6:00 p.m.
  • December 1 - All-School Christmas Chapel at main campus. Students will ride the bus to Springdale and back, resuming a normal school day upon return to PH.
  • December 9 - PJ Day. No onesies!
  • December 15 - International Christmas Chapel
  • December 16 - Christmas Party at 12:15pm, early dismissal at 1:00pm. No Extended Care.


  • Students should wear their navy Chapel polo and khaki bottoms EVERY Thursday! Jeans are not allowed on Chapel days.
  • If your child cannot tie shoes, work with them on this skill. It would also be helpful to work on putting on and zipping up jackets independently.
  • Be sure your child has a water bottle and a snack every day. Snacks can be sent in for the whole week on Monday or sent daily.
  • Make sure a season-appropriate change of clothes is in your child's backpack.

How Can You Help Our Class?

  • Pray daily for your child and our class!
  • Ask your child to tell you about what s/he is learning.
  • Read to your child every night.
  • Visit our Amazon Wish Lists to bless our class!  Adds OR Hardesty

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