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April 15-19, 2019

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Egg Drop

 

This week we will be talking about the letter eE.  We will also be talking about eggs. We will be learning about the animals that come from eggs. We will have an egg hunt on Friday, and the Humpty Dumpty egg drop too.

The Humpty Dumpty Egg drop is a Larsen Kindergarten tradition that began long before I was here. Each kindergartener should hard boil an egg, and then think of a way to protect it. Mr. Jacobsen will be HURLING the eggs off of the school roof on Friday. Anything you can think of to protect “Humpty” is fair game. I have seen pillows, balloons, packing peanuts, balls, and even Jell-O. The egg needs to come to school with your child on Friday, but you are welcome to come later in the day to watch the “hurling”. We will start throwing Humptys at 10:40 in the morning class, and 2:20 in the afternoon, on the blacktop near the kindergarten playground. If you have any questions let me know.

Friday we will be having a small Easter egg hunt too. The PTA moms will be filling eggs, but could use a little help with candy. If you would like to help, please send a bag of wrapped candy to go in Easter eggs to school with your child by Thursday.

          Our zoo field trip is coming up!  Wednesday, May 1 our class is going to the zoo! If you would like to go to the zoo with us, please sign up in the office. The students are free to the zoo, but the cost for chaperones is $10.00.  This needs to be paid to the office.  This year we have room for chaperones on the bus, so you can ride with us, or drive or carpool. Also, when you are making your decision, please remember that in order to ensure the safety of our kindergarteners, we ask that no siblings or other small children come with chaperones. If you have questions about this policy, come talk to me, I would be happy to explain our decision.

If you have any questions you can send a note in your child’s folder, or call me at school. Email is a great way to reach me too. My email address is angela.eckhardt@nebo.edu Thanks for all you do to help your child succeed at school!         

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