Volume 16

March 25, 2021

Teachers Bea, Lisa, Suzanne
Week dates Learning Resource

Message from your teachers!  

Welcome to this week’s newsletter, everyone! Hard to believe we’re already heading into April! Spring is officially here, and it’s so nice to get some sunshine after such a rainy winter.

There’s not much in the way of announcements this week, but of course, if/when anything comes up, your teacher will let you know! And if you ever have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact your teacher.

In the tables below you’ll find some helpful links, as well as contact info for your teacher:

COVID-19 Vaccine Phase Finder. Find out when you will be eligible to get the vaccine! (We highly encourage you to consult with your doctor first) à
Vaccine Locator: if you’re eligible and wanting to get the COVID-19 vaccine (and you’ve talked with your doctor as needed), this link can help you schedule an appointment! à
Need a laugh or a smile? Here’s an article you might enjoy reading/watching with the family! J à
Teacher Bea Email: Work Cell: (206)313-2646Teacher Lisa Email: Work Cell: (206) 480-7230Teacher Suzanne Email: Work Cell: (206)398-9699

Language / Literacy

Activities from Teacher Bea (Literacy)

Here’s a challenging activity for kids learning their letters!


  • Paper Towel cardboard roll
  • Markers (for writing letters)
  • Stickers

Write some letters all over the cardboard roll, then write those same letters on the stickers (picture above). Then, your child can play a game where they peel and stick the stickers on their matches!

If you don’t have stickers at home, don’t worry! You can give a marker to your child, call out a letter and/or its sound, and then have your child circle the matching letter! (The paper roll also makes for a great pretend telescope!)

Social Emotional

Activities from Teacher Lisa

Try out some of these awesome stretches with your child! Saying these phrases out loud as you do the stretches can also be a good way to help your child engage in positive self-talk, and can encourage them to always do their best! J


The Yak Who Yelled Yuck (password is NH): As you listen to this story, you can listen for the Y sound! You can also think about foods you like after you tried them!

Math / Science

Activities from Teacher Suzanne

Here is a link to a fun story video all about making pancakes! After watching the video, perhaps your family could try the recipe – or if your family has their own fun pancake recipe, your child can help measure the ingredients to make those! J