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“Dress uP for Letter P Week” Blog Recap!

Ahoy Thar, Mateys!

“Letter P is for Pirates, Princesses, Princes, Pajamas, Pizza, etc. Week” was certainly one of the most Phenomenal, Playful, Pleasant, Perfect and Priceless weeks of the 2016-2017 school year yet!  Phew!  That’s a lot of P words!  Throughout the entire Letter P week, the students were invited to dress up as their favorite letter P words!  Each day, the students arrived in Perfect “P” attire – they certainly did not disappoint!   Whether dressed as a pirate, princess, prince, police, or pediatricians, the students were the picture of perfection!  Here are some of the highlights from Monday and Tuesday!


p week dress up


Despite having such a silly theme for the week, the students did not let it interfere with their hard work!  They worked diligently on their Letter P identification morning work and also created their letter P word lists.  Naturally, the students Provided the PPA sharebox with Plenty of P items!


letter p


Do YOU see any letter P items above?

Answer:  Peppa Pig, Pencil, Play-Doh, and a Panda!

As if letter P week was not already exciting enough, Tuesday happened to be Valentine’s Day and Wednesday was a Pizza Party at PPA!  The students went home with Plenty of valentines as well as delicious Pizza in their bellies and huge smiles on their faces!  What Perfect ways to keep the fun going!



pizza party


For their art exploration during P Week, the students made the following projects:  Prince/Princess Crowns and a special Pajama Day art project!



Speaking of Pajama Day, check out some of the photographic highlights from Thursday and Friday!



The students were also visited by a PPA Parent reader this week!  What a fun way to start the morning!  A special PPA Thank You to this Mommy photographed below for visiting us!



Wow!  Letter P week may have just been PERFECT!  Be sure to scroll to the end of this blog entry for ALL of the P week photos!  As always, thank you for reading.  Have a fun and safe weekend!





Observation of Presidents’ Day

Letter and Theme for Next Week:

quarters and money