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March Newsletter

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Transcript of March Newsletter

Spotlight
Good to Know!
FCA After School
Monday, March, 2015
Vol II, No. 6
March Themes
Young Learners
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First Children's Academy
Newsletter

Quote of the Month
February's Education Themes
Whats New This Month...
After School Enrichment


Toddlers
: This month we will be learning about the sounds and words that T and U make. We will be celebrating Doctor Suess' birthday. In math we will start learning about the parts of the number 4.
Preschoolers
: This month we are learning about the sounds and words that S, T, U and V make. We will begin learning about the characteristics of different animals such as birds and insects. We will also be playing and learning the different sports.
Pre-Kindergarten
: This month we will be doing exciting and weird experiments in honor of doctor Seuss' birthday. Our science theme is nature where we will learn about different types of life.

Elementary School
Kindergarten
- This month in science we will begin our chapter on physical science where we will be learning about solids liquids and gases. In literacy we are continuing our study of sight words and beginning our next Dolch list. For math we are beginning our unit on playing and learning with money!

Ms. Eichert
-In literacy we will continue to enhance our reading fluency and comprehension. For social studies we are finishing our "Work, Work, Work" unit. Our new science unit is about Dinosaurs and prehistoric times. In math we are finishing telling time and beginning graphing!

We look forward to celebrating Doctor Seuss' Birthday (March 2) and The First Day of Spring (March 20)
If you never did you should. These things are fun and fun is good!
― Dr. Seuss
Kindergarteners Enjoy the100Th Day of School
Top: One of the crystals from science club gets larger and larger every week.
Bottom: Boys from cooking club enjoy their jolly rancher lollipops
Congratulations to all of our after-schoolers on a successful marking period. Our students understand that nothing comes without hard work. Which is why we work together to focus and work diligently on our studies.
Friday Clubs
: Clubs will be changing in the begining of March so stay tuned for the new selections!!!
Max
Lea
Angelina
Dennis
Richard
Nikita
Eren
Ilya
Khrystyna
Ethan
Oleksiy
Pre-k students have fun during centers.
Tips for encouraging children to play outside
Give children a place on the porch, deck or in the bedroom where they can display nature treasures that they find and want to keep.
Provide simple tools to aid discovery. Kids love tools! Include a bug box, trowel, magnifier, etc.
When you take children to parks and other natural areas, allow them to explore. Let them decide which trails to take. Stay nearby for safety, but don't interfere or help unless asked.
If a child asks or remarks about a landmark or natural feature you drive past often, find out more about it and go for a visit.
Take a few leaves from different trees while the children are not looking. Give them the leaves and ask them to find which trees they came from.
Put out bird feeders that can be seen easily from windows. Let children help feed the birds. Keep a bird book by the window to help them identify what they see.
Make up challenges for children to do outside, similar to the "Survivor" television show. This is a guaranteed kid pleaser, especially if there is a reward (a gift of time with Mom or Dad, or perhaps a night off from helping with the dishes).

Courtesy of www.sparkpeople.com
Summer Camp
kindergarten through 7th grade
Registration for summer camp is now Open. Here you can find a preliminary schedule of this summer's program! Please keep in mind trips are subject to change. FCA is also excited to add Go-Karting and Biking to our already expansive program.
Our summer activities include:
Swimming and swim lessons
Gardening and Agriculture
Various sports
Go-Karting
Biking
Arts& Crafts
Weekly Trips
Boating and Nature Exploration
Archery
Minigolf
Gaga
And much more

First Day of Spring
March 20Th


We would like to welcome Mr.James to our after school program. Mr.James is excited to play apart in your children's after school enrichment!
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