Young 5’s Weekly News
October 24, 2016
We have a pastor! Pastor Scott Eberlein has officially accepted the call to Open Arms and he will begin working the end of November. We look forward to getting to know him and his family.
Halloween Party Info: Children can come dressed in their costumes but please have them fully clothed under their costumes. Please provide a labeled bag for the costume to go back into. I will be meticulous when I take the costumes off to be sure all pieces are in the bag. You will need them that evening. J
This week we will be learning about the letter Pp. P makes the sound we hear in the beginning of pumpkin (and pastor). We will be doing a lot of pumpkin activities on Thursday this week. Thursday will also be PAJAMA DAY. We will also be playing with pumpkin playdough, puppets, puzzles, and many other fun activities.
Parent/teacher conferences will be Wednesday, November 2 and Thursday, November 3. Please sign-up this week.
We will learn about Joseph (Jacob’s second youngest son) and his brothers. Joseph’s brothers were jealous of him because he was his father’s favorite and he had dreams of them bowing down to him. They threw him in a pit, sold him as a slave, and told their father he was killed by a wild animal. This was all part of God’s plan though.
o Thursday, October 27- Pajama Day (looks like rain but if the forecast changes be sure your child is able to go outside in their pj’s)
o Monday, October 31- Young 5’s class Halloween Party- 19 kids for candy if you’d like to bring it.
o Wednesday, November 2- Scooter Club Awards Ceremony 4:50PM
o Friday, November 4- Picture Day
o Sunday, November 6- Kids Sing at 10:00am service
o Wednesday, November 16- Mrs. Diane out for jury duty
o Thursday, November 17- Thanksgiving Dinner 5:30 PM
chapel @ 9AM & Scooter Club 3:25-5:15 Worship Service at 10AM
Tips for home:
o Do 15 wall push-ups.
o Plan and make a dinner with all P words- potatoes, perogies, pot pie, pasta, peas, pancakes, etc.
o Name 3 words that rhyme with pot.
o Parents read with your child 15 (or more) minutes per day. –Pretend to be a character in your favorite book