Newsletter | New World CDC | November 2021
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The leaves that are still on the trees are so beautiful with the fall foliage colors. The children have been doing art projects using leaves that have fallen on the ground; and the children have helped to pick them up for their projects.
Our Pumpkin Patch to Spina Farm was really a lot of fun. The tour guide at the farm gave us much information about the pumpkins. We enjoyed the hayride and the corn maze. Each child was able to take home a pumpkin for Halloween.
In November, we will talk about Harvest Season and Giving thanks/ Sharing. Diwali celebration is on 4th, and we will families to share with us the Diwali traditions.
November 5th, we will have fruit sharing day. We will be asking the children to bring in some fruits to share in class. The children will be able to talk about what they brought in and how delicious it tastes. This is always more fun when the children have taken an active part by bringing in their fruit and preparing it to share with their friends.
November 7th, End Daylight savings, please remember to reset your clock!
School will close on November 11, Thursday, in honor of Veterans Day.
Our Pre-K classes will have their field trip to farmer market on November 12th.
November 16th, it’s our bread sharing day, then on November 19th, the children will be making Stone Soup. This is another sharing project they will be making and enjoy eating with their friends. A lot of teamwork goes into this meal! All children from the Blue Room, Red Room and Yellow Rooms will be eating their special stone soup they have made with their friends in a sharing manner. There will be soup for everyone! But we do ask that each child brings in at least one – two vegetables. You are welcome to bring in more if you like!
Our Thanksgiving performance and Zoom gathering will be on Tuesday, November 22. This is a celebration just before the Thanksgiving holiday. All family members are welcome to Zoom gathering!
November 25 and 26, New World CDC will be closed in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday. We hope for all our families to have a safe and happy holiday weekend!