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Preschool Themes for January 2013
January 07, 2013
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January Newsletter, 2013

Welcome to the thirteenth issue of the Preschool Plan-It Primer, a free newsletter from http://www.preschool-plan-it.com .

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January 2013, Issue # 13

In This Issue:

Theme Suggestions for January

What’s New? Search It, Find It, Plan It!


Theme Suggestions for January

I hope the new year finds you all happy and healthy and ready to go with your preschoolers!

Here are some suggestions for themes for the month of January!

CELEBRATION DAYS AND HOLIDAYS COMING UP:

Ground Hog Day Theme Ground Hog Day is Saturday, February 2, 2013--you may want to explore this theme in January!

Martin Luther King Day Theme Celebrated on Monday, January 21, 2013

LET'S TALK HEALTHY FOR THE NEW YEAR!

Doctor Theme

Nurse Theme

Exercise and Fitness Theme

FUN AND TRADITIONAL WINTER THEMES

Space Theme

Popcorn Theme Add Hot Chocolate and Pajama's for a fun themed week!

Hibernation Theme

Winter Theme

Winter Animals Theme


What's New?

The following pages were added to the website since the last full newsletter:

Blocks Interest Learning Center Article

Developmental Milestones Article

Developmental Milestones List For 2-3 Year Olds

Developmental Milestones List For 3-4 Year Olds

Developmental Milestones List For 4-5 Year Olds

Developmental Milestones List For 5-6 Year Olds

New Baby and Preschoolers Article

Teacher Tip: Theme Planning for the Balance of the Year

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Until Next Time,

Cheryl

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