1: The Goals of this month
2: Let's sing~Songs of this month~
3: Information about Christmas Event
4: Thank you for providing us with food waste.
5: October Offering Day
6: From the library
and Morning Glories
that have delighted us are finally having the end of their seasons. Cosmos
and Morning Glories
played various roles including Gifts to Mothers
, Flower Cakes
, Rabbit Food
and so on. And finally here comes November. Once Indian Summer
is over, we suddenly feel that there is a nip of fall in the air. It gets dark earlier and earlier every day. Some people are coming down with colds... Please do take care of yourselves.
The Goals of this month
・Play freely in nature in the fall
・Enjoy planting daikon radish seeds and watching their growth shoots; and volunteer to take care of them
・Through enjoying a walk and outdoor play, feel the deepening richness of the autumn using one's mind and body
・Listen to the story of the origin of Thanksgiving Day and appreciate God's blessings
・Learn about Japanese public holidays including "Culture Day," "Shichi-Go-San (Seven-five-three)," and "Labor Thanksgiving Day"
・Practice Nativity play for the Christmas Event
Let's sing~Songs of this month~
・・・ Family of Acorns
・・・Musicians of the mountain
・・・"I get hungry" Song
・・・I am an acorn
・・・I broke my clarinet
・・・Thanksgiving Day song
Copies of sheet music are placed next to the attendance sheet. Please feel free to take a copy and sing with your child(ren) at home.
Information about Christmas Event
9.00am-12.00 pm on Saturday, December 20th at Chapel (San Gabriel Church)
Part I Christmas Service Sakura Class Nativity Play
Part II Christmas Party Songs from each class and concert
Please mark the date on your calendar now and be sure to come to this event!
Thank you for providing us with food waste.
We hope to make rich soil for our vegetable field.
October Offering Day
The total collection from the October Offering Day was $54.88. Thank you very much. We collect offerings on the same days on which we hold our monthly birthday parties. Please be sure to have your child bring his/her offering.
From the library
the best 5 books picked by our children:
"The Story of the Little Mole Who Knew it Was None of His Business"
(or "Vom kleinen Maulwurf der wissen wolte, weve ihm auf den Kopf' gemacht hat"): C-318
"The He-n-shi-n (Transform) Tunnel"
"Katie and Boo"
"Mr. Gu-Gi-Ga & Ms. Hu-He-Ho"
"The Little Yellow Umbrella"
"The Potato of Satsuma"
"Guess How Much I love You"
"Alligator-Alli, With A Big Bandage"
"Who is not Going to Bed?"
"Miki's First Errand"
"Naomi's Special Gift"
"Are My Friends Coming?"
"Just A Little Bit"
"The Present from God"
"Play With Me"
"I Wish I Could Say Konnichiwa"
"Adventure of O-shi-i-re Closet"
"Suho's White Horse: A Mongolian Legend"
"Ee-ha! Ah-ha! Look! Look at My Face"
"No! No! Kindergarten"
"The Blue Seed"
"The Witch's Land"
"Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me"
"Grandma Baba's Magic Watermelon"
*I heard some mothers commenting "I don't know which book to pick for my child"
. I listed the 5 best
books most enjoyed by the children from our reading time. I hope this information will help. The "Ehon-no-shiori"
(an insert) distributed in the monthly subscription books are good resources as well. Please take a look at them.
*The books in the library
are to be shared by everyone. Please follow the library rules and handle books gently.
*I would like to ask for each and every person's cooperation in our effort to maintain our books. Except for the books marked with black tape, please write all the necessary information in the Check-out Notebook when checking out the books and videos.
Thank you: Ms. Jennings, Ms. Roth