September 11th- September 15th

This was our last week with our first unit, Little Red Riding Hood! We all loved listening to our story! Throughout this unit we discussed terms such as same, different, across, and under. We were introduced to shapes such as line and dot, and the color red. We worked on our listening skills where we identified same and different sounds. We matched and identified capital and lowercase forms of the letters Aa and Bb. And finally, we worked on underlining with crayons! 

Little Red Riding Hood story books were sent home on Friday! With the books were pages of letters A and B for your child to practice! 

Our centers this week included counting tubes, pick up sticks, play dough, letter hunts, Mr. Potato Head, and our favorite, letter tracing with twizzlers! Ms. Shannon also called each of us over to practice tracing our letters A and B and work on our pencil grip!




Music with Mr. Jim!

Check out the fun we have with Mr. Jim every Monday and Tuesday! 



  • We are starting our new unit, The Three Bears! In this unit we will be working on letters Cc and Dd and the color blue! We will be working on categorizing items, words such as over, big, large, medium, little, and small. We will be discriminating between sizes as well as drawing lines over, under, and across with crayons!

  • Tuesday: Fundraiser at CPK! 20% of all orders go directly to the Fabry Family!
  • Thursday and Friday: Fall Picures! Sign up with Ms. Lauren! 
  • Our share theme for next week is anything starting with the letter C! 

September 5th- September 8th

This week we continued our story of Little Red Riding Hood. We are all working so hard on our letters A and B and the color red. Throughout the week you may have noticed some activity pages coming home. With these pages, we sat and listened to instructions on how to match pictures and identify sounds we heard. 



Our centers this week included building, play dough, a spider web hunt, and riverstones! We are all working so hard to better develop our fine motor skills! You will notice that most of our centers are designed around helping us develop the motor skills necessary to hold pencils and crayons correctly! Please remind your child at home to use "pinchy fingers" while coloring or drawing! 


August 28th- September 1st

This week we started our first unit! In Little Red Riding Hood, we will learn about the color red, how to underline, words like above and below, letters Aa and Bb, and about lines and dots. 

Monday: We enjoyed reading our Story Little Red Riding Hood! We loved hearing the dramatic interpretation of the story! We then assembled our very own Little Red Riding Hood books!

Tuesday: We had our first music class with Mr. Jim! Our Tuesday/Thursday friends got to hear our new story and assemble their books! Ms. Shannon worked with each one of us on the whiteboards and showed us how to properly from the letter "A."

Wednesday: The kids enjoyed a game where they raced to crawl under a table and find a red dot! This taught them what under was and what the shape "dot" looks like. 

Thursday: We went to church and had share! We also had centers where we built with lego pieces, threaded beads on pipe cleaners, and played on riverstones.

Friday: We went to church and had share! We listened to our story and did a reading comprehension activity. We had to color and underline which characters did what in the story! 


Next Week:

Monday: NO SCHOOL! Labor Day

Friday: Ice Cream Social at 6pm on the East Lawn! 

August 21st- August 25th

Welcome back! We loved meeting our new classmates this week! We are so excited for this upcoming school year! 

This week we focused on getting to know our classmates as well as ourselves! We did activities such as letter hunts, sensory bins, play dough, and fine motor building activities. 

Monday: First day of school! The kids enjoyed decorating their first day of school pages which will be turned into a book at the end of the year! We all attempted to write our names and are excited to see the progress we will make at the end of the year!

Tuesday: First day of school for our Tuesday/Thursday friends! We worked on our fine motor skills with a treasure hunt! We had to find hidden treasures with tweezers in a pool of pom poms! We loved seeing what was hidden underneath! The kids also enjoyed our play dough center, our name hunt, as well as our Mr. Potato Head center! 


Wednesday: We read the story Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and were learning all about letters! We each had our name cut up into just the letters and with the help of Ms. Jennifer, we worked on gluing our name together! We also enjoyed centers where we dug for letters! 

Thursday: Our first visit to Church and our first share day! We all loved our little walk over to church! We read the story of Creation and lit prayer candles! We enjoyed enjoyed a center where we used letter stampers to put our name in play dough! We also created our own Coconut Tree by ripping paper! We put our names as the coconuts and counted all our letters.

Friday: Our Monday/Wednesday/Friday friends first church and share day! We went to church and  read the story of Noah's Ark. Our centers for the day included lacing cards, river stones, building disks, and an ants in the pants game! 

It has been such a fun first week of school! We are so excited for this upcoming school year!


Music with Mr. Jim is starting! He will be in our class every Monday and Tuesday!

We will be starting our first curriculum unit! We will be reading Little Red Riding Hood and focusing on the letters Aa and Bb. Our color focus will be red and our shape is a line and a dot!

Our share theme for this week will be anything starting with the letter A! Pleas bring in any item beginning with the letter A on either Thursday or Friday.

We will also be heading to Church on Thursday and Friday. If your child would like to light a prayer candle or donate money to the poor, please send them with $1! 

Here's to a great year!

June 5th - June 9th

The End Is Here

Our end of the year picnics were a success! A great BIG, "thank you" to our Room Moms for coordinating and organizing the events! The children had a wonderful time playing duck- duck-goose, freeze dance, water balloon toss, and hot potato, among other games! They then enjoyed pizza and finished it up with a Popsicle! What a wonderful way to end a fantastic school year!


We Celebrated a Birthday


Happy Birthday Evelyn!

Thank you

Thank you for all of the beautiful flowers, cards, and gifts that we have received. We feel truly blessed and thankful! It was an honor and a blessing to be your child's teacher this year! We are very thankful for all of you, and the part you played in making this year such a great success!

We have lived, loved, laughed, played, learned, and enriched our lives together this year. Remember that we shall always be interested in your child and their destiny, wherever they go, whatever they do, whoever they become. Their joys and sorrows we will always be happy to share.

Thank you for sharing your most precious gift with us. Have a wonderful Summer!

God Bless!

Your Room 2 Teachers!


May 30th - June 2nd

Donuts with Dads

The children had a wonderful time with their dad at our "Donuts with Dads" event!

They enjoyed eating donuts, and making donuts with their dad out of construction paper.

We hope all dad's have a great, "Fathers day" Sunday, June 18.

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We enjoyed our last visits to church together!

    Last Week of School Events and Volunteer/Service Hour Opportunities

Thank you to our Room Moms for all of your hard work in coordinating our event! Our end of the year event will be a Family Picnic Day! The event will take place on Wed. June 7 and Thurs. June 8, from 10:30-11:30 a.m. After 11:30, students can stay for the usual lunch bunch routine. After Care will also be provided per the usual schedule.

June 7 and June 8 will be FREE DRESS days! Food for the students in Room 2 will be provided.

Items to bring:

1) Extra food for siblings or family members;

2) Pop-ups/canopies

3) Blankets

We will need a few parents to help out with the set up and games. You will get service hours if you help with: 

- set up/take-down pop-ups/canopies

-three-legged race

-water balloon toss

Please email me, Ms. Chyanne at if you can volunteer on Picnic Day(s).

Also, the Kindergarten class needs help with graduation on Friday, June 9. This is the perfect time for entering Kindergartners to "pay it forward."

You may donate cupcakes, water, or help with set up and clean up. Ms. Meyer will give MORE than one service hour if you volunteer. Please stop by the Kindergarten classroom for the sign up, or call Ms. Meyer 805-526-2244 (the office  will patch you through to her).


   We look forward to seeing all of our families at our Family Picnic Day!



May 22nd - May 26th

The end is quickly approaching!

I cant believe how quickly this year has gone by.

The end is coming fast!

Please check out how many day are left on our classroom door.

Let the countdown begin!

Releasing of our LadyBugs

  The children were excited to learn about the life-cycle of the ladybug

and the important work they do to protect crops for our farmers!

We released or ladybugs in our school garden, so they can protect our veggies from those pesky Aphids!


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Memorial Day

On this Memorial Day, as we remember the American soldiers who have lost their lives

in service to their country, we also remember the ones who are actively serving and are away from their families.

Thank you for the freedoms we are so blessed to have because of your service, and those who came before you.

We can never say thank you enough to you all. May God bless you!



June 1st and June 2nd- Father's Day Celebration 10:30 am - 11:30 am




May 15th - May 19th

All about Ladybugs

This week we are learning all about lady bugs! We have learned about the exciting life-cycle of the ladybug and the important work they do to protect crops for our farmers!

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Hook Burger Fundraiser

Thank you to all of the families that came out to support our school at our Hook Burger event! It is great to see of the families supporting our school and enjoying delicious food and great company! I know the children love seeing each-other outside of school!

Mad Science

The children were very excited to see our Mad Science Show! They had a lot of fun with these science experiments. They are engaging, interactive, and a hands-on exploration of specific science topics. The students enjoyed captivating demonstrations, and got to perform simple science experiments and discover how science can help us to better understand the world around us.


                                              29 - HOLIDAY MEMORIAL DAY No School


Have a wonderful weekend!

May 8th - May 12th

Releasing Of The Butterflies

For the past couple weeks, the students have enjoyed watching the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly! This is one of the most exquisite and amazing things to observe! The children were very excited to finally release our butterflies into nature.

Muffins with Mom

Happy Mother's Day to all of our beautiful mothers! The children enjoyed their special day with their mom! They were very excited to give them the bell pepper plant they have been nurturing and growing for many weeks, and the place-mat they worked so hard on! We hope you enjoyed your special day!

May Crowning

This was a beautiful and joyful experience! All of the children did very well during our

May Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, "the Queen of May".


Have a wonderful weekend and Happy Mother's Day!






May 1st - May 5th

Teacher Appreciation Week


Thank you to all of our families for the beautiful flowers, cards, and school supplies! Ms. Shannon and I, truly felt the love and appreciation!  In honor of May Crowning, we offered all of our beautiful flowers to our Queen, Mary in our classroom.

Beautiful Butterflies

Our caterpillars have completed their transformation! They have now become beautiful butterflies! The children have enjoyed watching this amazing process! We will be releasing our butterflies this week, so they can complete their life cycle, lay eggs, and create more butterflies!


Open House

For centers this week, we focused on our Open House which is coming up next week! The children enjoyed the art and activities we completed! They are really looking forward to showing of all of their work in our classroom!

Have a wonderful weekend!



Mother's Day Celebrations- Wednesday, May 10th & Thursday, May 11th 10-11:30 am

 Open House 6:30-7:30pm - May 10th

 Crowing of the Kinders @ 8:30am- May 12th



April 24th- April 28th


Thank you to all of the families who helped make our Trike-A-Thon a great success! The children had a lot of fun riding their bikes together around the track, and enjoyed this new experience! It may have been really windy, but that didn’t stop us from riding for a good cause! 

Our Caterpillars

The children are really enjoying watching the life cycle of a butterfly. Our caterpillars are just starting their chrysalis stage. In 7-10 days the now Pupa's , will hatch from their chrysalis as beautiful butterflies. We will then release them back into nature so they can lay more eggs and make more beautiful butterflies!

Have a wonderful weekend!

April 10th-April 13th

May you feel the bright, joyful blessings God has to offer you during this Easter holiday.

Easter Bunny Surprise

We had a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny! The children were very excited to meet the Easter Bunny and take a picture with him! Thank you for the surprise visit, Easter Bunny!

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Easter Celebrations

Thank you to all of the families who helped in making our Easter Celebrations a great success! The children had a lot of fun searching for their eggs during the Easter Egg Hunt, and then enjoyed all of the yummy food and treats afterwards!



We Celebrated A Birthday!


Birthday Miles!


4/27-4/28 TRIKE-A-THON Have you turned in your sponsorship envelopes?

Please bring them back to class!

April 3rd- April 7th

Anderson Rubbish

The children really enjoyed our on-site field trip with Anderson Rubbish. They were excited to learn about the different materials that you can recycle and re-use. They especially loved the demonstration of the truck lifting up the trash can, and dumping the trash in the truck!




Tug Of War

The children started a new story, The Tug of War. This story is an African folktale, in which a clever turtle out wits an elephant and a hippopotamus. Your child will learn to recognize the letters R, r, S, s, T, and t in this unit. Your child will also learn the color orange as well as the terms wide and thin, up and down, and above and below.



                    Our Fun Science Experiment

We are still learning about plants this week. I used food coloring and flowers to show the kids how plants absorb water (and nutrients) up through their stems. We had fun with this experiment. It was very cool to watch the colors change!



The children enjoyed coloring and cutting out their Easter egg, that we now have hanging on our classroom door. They also enjoyed assembling their Easter Bunny Bag that they will use during our classroom Easter egg hunt!





4/13 $2 Free Dress -Donations will be put towards the Eagle Scouts Project to build up our Kinder-Garden!

4/10-4/13 Parent/Teacher Conferences

 4/14 GOOD FRIDAY: School will be closed

4/17-4/21 EASTER VACATION School will be closed  







March 27th- March 31st


Helpers for Jesus!

This week we discussed how we can be helpers like Jesus! We wrote down, how your child said they could help like Jesus. We then connected all the many ways together and created our,"Helping Chain!" Ask your child how they said they could help like Jesus!


Plants and Flowers!

This week and next week we will be learning about plants, flowers, and how they grow! We learned about the parts of a flower and all about the process of Photosynthesis. This is the process by which green plants and flowers use sunlight to make food from carbon dioxide and water.




The children enjoyed the centers this week! They had fun observing different flower and plant seeds through a magnifying glass, painting their flower pot they will use to grow their very own plant, and tending to the garden we have in our sensory table!


We Celebrated a birthday!

Happy "5th" Birthday Mia!


Have a Wonderful Weekend!


Fire Island Grill Fundraiser Tuesday, April 4th, 2017
10:00am to 10:00pm

March 20th - March 24th


Heroes In Lent!

The children are enjoying the short stories we are reading daily from our "Heroes In Lent" book. This book allows us to follow our real hero, Jesus.We are learning how he carried out his secret mission, and how to join in his work with our own friends and family. We are learning that even though there are troubles and trials , Jesus shows us everyday how to share in his great victory. This Lent we will beheroes with Jesus!




The children enjoyed learning all about Frogs this week!We learned that frogs are amphibians. This means they live part of their life in water and the other part of it on land. The frog's diet consists mainly of insects. Most frogs have a sticky tongue. To catch an insect, the frog flips out its tongue rapidly, gets the insect and retracts its tongue. Frogs hunt mostly at night. We also learned about the interesting life cycle of a frog. It changes from one form to another form in a process called, metamorphosis. Ask your child to tell you all about it!

Indoor Recess!

Due to the rain, we had indoor recess.

This was a perfect time to play board games, and practice some somersaults and tumbling on the mat!


      Have A Wonderful Weekend!


                         Monday, March 27th - NO SCHOOL - STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT



March 13th - March 17th

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Christ beside me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ within me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me.

- Saint Patrick

We started our week off by reading, "Jamie O'Rourke and the Big Potato." We then painted and assembled our own Jamie O' Rourke!

St. Patrick's day centers!

We had a great time finger-painting rainbows, counting gold coins, and searching for leprechaun letters!

Leprechaun Traps!

The students that would be at school on Friday, made leprechaun traps! They were very excited to come in on St. Patrick's day morning to check their trap for a little wee leprechaun! Unfortunately, we never caught a leprechaun and those mischievous little lads messed up our classroom! They did however leave us a note, hats, and gold coins to find!

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Irish Dancers!

We ended our week watching our very own Ms. Shannon and her dancers perform some traditional Irish dancing! This was definitely a special treat for Room Two. The students enjoyed watching Ms. Shannon and her dancers very much! You ladies did an amazing job, thank you!

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Have a wonderful weekend!