December 4, 2020

Kindergarten eNews

December has finally arrived and Christmas is in the air!  We had so much fun reading different versions of the Gingerbread Man story and comparing and contrasting them. Next week, we will begin the Christmas story and start our International Christmas study.

Next Week

  • Show and Tell: Write or tell about your favorite family Christmas tradition.
  • Bible: Birth of Jesus
  • Bible verse: “God loved us and sent His Son.” - 1 John 4:10
  • Reading: Letters Xx and Zz, new sight words, CVC practice, and guided reading
  • 1st Nine Weeks Sight Words: I, see, a, on, and, has, the, for, no, is, of, go, in, his
  • New Sight Words: put, her, he, she, to, help, can, not, too, stop, are, out, they, saw, look, them, be, was
  • Math: Adding 1, 2, and 3 to another number; counting by 10s; the 90 number family; counting to 100; number recognition through the 80s

Important Dates

  • December 11th: Crazy Hat dress-up day for $1 to benefit Baptist Global Relief
  • December 17ath: International Christmas Chapel (We will video this and send out a link for families.) 
  • December 18th: Christmas sweatshirt, t-shirt, or sweater dress-up day for $1 to benefit Baptist Global Relief. Christmas Party (Parents will not be able to attend). Early dismissal at 1:00pm, no Extended Care.

Vote Shiloh - NWA Best of the Best

Now through December 17th, businesses and organizations all over Northwest Arkansas will be participating in NWA Best of the Best. Shiloh has been blessed to win the NWA Best of the Best Private School for the last six years, and we hope to win it again!

Please take a moment EACH DAY to vote for us using this link:! You can vote one time each day from each device and each browser until December 17th!

Thank you for supporting Shiloh in this way! Our parents, our students, and our staff make Shiloh a special place! Let's spread the word!


  • If a student does not have a mask, $1 will be charged for a disposable.
  • Don't forget to donate hats, mittens, scarves, and gloves to benefit the Children's Advocacy Center. 
  • Since the weather is cool, make sure your child's change of clothes is weather appropriate and that s/he has a jacket or coat daily. If it is not raining or wet, we will go outside for recess as long as the "feels like" temperature is 40 degrees or more.

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