K3 Overview


Bible Verse:  “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength  and with all your mind.”  Luke 10:27

Number: 7 (across the sky and down from heaven that’s the way to make a seven)

Shape: heart

Nursery Rhyme:  Jack and Jill

Jack and Jill went up the hill,

to fetch a pail of water.

Jack fell down and broke his crown

and Jill came tumbling after.

Unit of Study:  Love, Friendship, Feelings, and Emotions; Colors and Shapes

Things to Remember:

JANUARY 26-29 – STUCO Stuffed Animal Drive

FEBRUARY 11 – ½ Day of School, Winter Break Begins

FEBRUARY 12 – Auction Childcare Sign-up Online Deadline

FEBRUARY 12-15 – Winter Break

FEBRUARY 16 – School Resumes

FEBRUARY 18 & 19 – Classroom Pictures

FEBRUARY 19 – Father & Daughter Dance

FEBRUARY 26 – Auction Ticket Order Deadline


Please continue to review numbers 1-7 at home and work on spelling and writing names.

Please be reviewing your child’s birthday with him/her.

Duble Photos 

Taylor Photos

K4 Overview


Memory Verse:  “Unto thee, O God, do we give thanks.”  Psalms 75:1

Unit:  Nature All Around Us:  Miss U

Vocabulary Words:  water, unusual, umbrella, splash, clever, wet, dry, dissolve, puddle, evaporate, upside-down

Skill and Concept Emphasis:  Rhyming, Numbers 0-5, Shapes, Colors, Counting, Measuring, Graphing, and One to one correspondence

Cooking Skill:  Making upside down cake

Literature:  Umbrella Action Poem, Splash  

Math:  Saxon Lesson 43:   Acting out a story problem

Lesson 44:  Identifying time to the hour

Coming Events:

February 18                          Class Group Pictures

February 24                          Miss Etta Kat            Manners Class


Children entering K5 at any school need to have a School Entry Medical Exam.  These forms are available at your pediatrician’s office.  Laws have tightened and children cannot attend class unless the school has this form – no exceptions.

Please leave toys at home, except for those to cuddle with at nap time.  Lost and broken toys bring tears!

Remember – tennis shoes are required attire for K4.  They are the only shoes that allow safe navigation on the playground.

We work hard to protect clothes from paint – but spots are always a possibility.  Keep this in mind when you dress your child for school.

Please review the skills learned each week at home.  This will help to reinforce their retention of the work covered in class.

Does your child know his phone number, address and birthday?


                                                            Your K4 team:

                                                            Joann Hellmann                 899-7486

                                                            Lori Roden                          667-9100

                                                            Rebecca Stubblefield         779-4681


K5 Overview


MEMORY VERSE:  “Whoever acknowledges me before men, I will acknowledge him before my Father in heaven.”  Matthew 10:32 NIV

UNIT:  Our Country’s Famous Faces

LANGUAGE ARTS:  We will be working in Letter Jj.  We will focus on the following skills:  blending skills with j, introducing name, shape and formation of Jj.

F & F:  Comparison & Contrast

MATH:  We will work on measuring, exploring shapes with Tangrams, and counting backward.

SOCIAL SKILL OF THE WEEK:  Eyes on the speaker! When we look carefully at the speaker we use both our eyes and ears to listen carefully.


  • We still have some K5 students who do not know how to tie shoes. This is one skill that must be mastered at home with lots of practice.
  • We will go outside for recess and fresh air unless it is raining or below 32 degrees. Please dress your child appropriately and have them wear heavy coats, gloves, hats, etc.


February 18                 Class Group Pictures