Mrs. Mulderrig


                    Newsletter N-4

                    Mrs. Mulderrig

December was our busiest month. Our little people worked liked Santa’s elves getting projects and gifts ready for their families and friends. I hope you all enjoyed decorating your homes with their precious projects, created by the hands, feet and the tiny fingerprints of our students. I hope everyone had a

Merry Christmas and will have a joyous New Year.

Our Christmas performance was a great success. Every child showed off their talents. We have some budding broadway stars for sure.

I also would like to thank everyone for your heartfelt notes, gift cards, and creative gifts. I enjoyed every one of them.

As we begin 2019,  Calendar Time will become our focus. This time is set aside for the children to focus on their teacher and class lessons. We will further develop our cognitive skills as the class focuses on letter recognition, counting, and other important readiness skills. I encourage everyone at home to reinforce the

importance of listening to the teacher and following directions. We are ready to advance the next phase of learning, classroom activities and participation. The children are continuing to work hard each day, doing routines and learning workshop tasks or JOBS. I anticipate a fun, challenging and productive New Year.

       We  continue workshop  tasks:


Holding a pencil and tracing shapes

Tracing letters of their first name


To interact with our Smart T.V.

Doing complex puzzles

Recognizing our written names

Counting objects (bears) mastering one-to-one correlation

New workshop Tasks:

Beginning to use scissors (cutting a single line)

Recognizing patterns

Learning our address

Describe position of objects (top, bottom, up, down, middle)

To complete STREAM activities ex:1. making shapes with pipe cleaners, popsicle sticks, yarn. 2.Floaters and Sinkers -We will fill a tub with water, What floats?, What sinks? and Why?  3.Magnets

Check the calendar for your week to contribute snack and of course, don’t forget to ask who was our  FEARLESS LEADER ! Be sure to choose appropriate snack.


Friday, Jan. 4- 11:15 Early Dismissal

Monday, Jan. 21- Martin Luther King Jr.- School Closed

Sunday, Jan. 27- Catholic Schools Week- Open House 10:0

(Please join us, looking forward to seeing everyone)

                             Themes: January




Remember,  the greatest gift we can give our children is read to them every day !