Welcome to Miss Egbert's eTeacher page!
What We are Learning
Our themes for the month of October will be Fall, Thanksgiving, and Halloween. We have many fun activities centered on these themes.
We will continue to work on sorting and number recognition. To help us learn, we have been playing various number games in our classroom. You can assist your child by pointing out numbers you see around the home, the grocery store, or restaurant.
On Friday, October 19 we are going to Safety City in Edmonton. You will receive a permission form in your child’s agenda very soon. Please ensure your child is dressed for the weather as we are outside for a long time.
On Wednesday, October 31 we will have our classroom Halloween celebration. Please have your child bring their costume to school. We will have several activity stations and would like some parent volunteers. Keep an eye out for more information to come!
Your children have done such a great job settling into a brand new classroom and are continuing to adjust to the classroom routines. I have been really enjoying getting to know them!
You can see what we are doing in class by following our class Twitter account! The name is @MissEsKinders
If you haven’t had the chance to download the Remind app, please do so to join our class. As there are many times things come up last minute, this is a quick way for me to let families know of events, changes in activities, and other reminders. Once you download the app visit the following link to join our class: https://www.remind.com/join/missaegb
Wed., October 3 – PD day, no school
Fri., October 5 – PD day, no school
Mon., October 8 – Thanksgiving, no school
Friday, October 19 – Field trip to Safety City, all Kindergarten students come today
Wed., October 24 – Parent Teacher interviews, 5-8pm
Thurs., October 25 – Parent Teacher interviews, 4- 7pm, Picture Day
Wed., October 31 – Halloween – bring your costume!
A warm welcome to Lamont Elementary Kindergarten! We are looking forward to working with you to make this year one that will leave your children with the attitude that learning is exciting and that school is the next best place to home. We hope to provide an environment that is both stimulating and comfortable; one where your child is treated with respect and where he/she is expected to treat others with respect; a place that encourages your child to think, to discover, to care, to laugh.
Over the course of the school year, I will post newsletters and other important information here to keep you up to date with what is happening in Kindergarten.
I look forward to seeing you all!