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2 year-old Class

Red Room Newsletter


We have wrapped up our Fall and pumpkin activities.  We explored the insides of a pumpkin, made a sensory bag with them, and planted pumpkin seeds in our garden!  A big thank you to all of our parents who volunteered and came to experience our pumpkin festival.  It was a perfect day, and the children really seemed to have fun with making music shakers, painting their pumpkins, and eating our pumpkin snacks!

Good news!  The 2 year-olds are so comfortable now that we will begin taking turns leading in “Jump Up and Down” welcome song.

During November and December, we will explore clothing.  We will practice counting to ten, ABC’s, and identifying shapes. We also plan to start each morning with a “Question of the Day”.  On the back door, you will see the question and answer choices.  We ask that you help your child find their name/picture and put their magnet on the corresponding answer.



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Ms. Tiffany

Ms. Tiffany is so proud to be a part of the Discovery team.  This is her first year teaching, and she looks forward to all the fun, learning, and exploring that will happen in the Red Room.  Ms. Tiffany graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Family, Child, and Social Services from Nicholls State University (Thibodaux, Louisiana).

Ms. Denise

Ms. Denise has a CDA in early childhood.  She worked at Discovery full time 20 years ago for 11 years.   Since then she has worked with kids of all ages in schools and as a private nanny.  At her last job, she got paid in kisses and hugs since she was a babysitting NaNa!  She began working at Discovery again as a substitute in 2017 and is now a member of the Red Room team.   She finds nurturing little ones so rewarding.  She loves their excitement for life!

November 6- Staff Training

November 9- Parent Conferences

November 12- Veteran’s Day

November 21-25- Thanksgiving Break

Parent/Teacher Conferences November 9

Red Room parent/teacher conferences are scheduled for Thursday, November 9.  Class will dismiss at 11:20, but extended day children may stay all day.  I am so excited to meet with you and discuss how you feel your child’s experience at Discovery is going and to answer any questions you may have.

*Please help your child wash his/her hands upon arrival.

*Discovery has a Facebook page.  Be sure to like us to stay up-to-date on Discovery happenings.

*We strive to be a peanut-free zone for the safety of children with allergies.

*As the weather changes, remember to switch the change of clothes in your child’s backpack to long sleeved shirts and pants.  Please label these items with your child’s name.

*Please label your child’s jackets, mittens, and other outerwear.