Happy New Year VFKH families! We hope you had a wonderful and relaxing winter break.
We had a wonderful December and the children enjoyed learning about the different holidays celebrated during this time. We read about Hanukkah and the miracle of light. With the help of Mrs. Paseltiner, we lit the menorah and enjoyed special snacks. The children also created tree ornaments for the Giving Tree and we talked about how sharing is a form of showing we care for others. Thank you for making this such a special time for our families in need. It is truly appreciated!
What fun it was for students to make their special gift for their parents and try to keep it a secret!
Pollyanna was a success and we want to thank you all for making this such a special tradition.
We enjoyed our “snow day” and some of the children had stories of making a very, very small snowman. Our sensorial material gives children the opportunity to refine their discrimination skills. For example, the Pink Tower, Brown Stairs, and Red Rods give them the opportunity to see and feel the difference in three, two, and one dimension respectively. The child develops all of his or her senses – tactile, visual, auditory, gustatory, and visual.