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December Newsletter (Gift Ideas!)

From the Director

I have a challenge for you…………… I challenge you NOT to buy any electronics for your children thisChristmas.  I know, some of you might be thinking it would be nice for your child to have their own iPad or other hand-held device, but before you buy take some time to truly research age-appropriate, beneficial toys.  At Compass Christian Preschool, we believe that preschool children should have very limited screen time and learn through physical and creative hands on learning. http://www.commercialfreechildhood.org/sites/default/files/Families.pdf


There are so many wonderful gifts you can give your children.  I have asked your child’s teacher to make a point of watching to see what things your child plays with at school. So if you are looking for some ideas just ask your child’s teacher. Be creative and think about your child’s interest at home too. Below are some ideas to get you started –

Don’t forget the greatest gift you can give your child is to share with them the true meaning of ChristmasJesus Christ was Born!

For a child will be born to us, a son will be given to us; And the government will rest on His shoulders; And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6


One of my families favorite traditions is going to look at Christmas lights. There are so many wonderful light displays in our area. The one we go to every year is in Bedford on Cummings Road between Central and Forest Ridge. The theme for the neighborhood is “Night before Christmas Texas Style”. You drive through the neighborhood stopping at houses along the way and read the story displayed on huge signs in the yards. At the end,  there is a house in a cul-de-sac that has a spectacular display. You can get out and walk around. When the kids were little we would put them in the pajamas, get some warm chocolate milk and listen to Christmas music while we drove around.


Don’t forget about the Glo event we have at Compass Center the first week in December. It is an really cool way to kick off the Christmas season. If you don’t have a church home we would love to have you join us for Christmas services this year. We work hard each year to make it a memorable experience for your family.  You can always find out more information about the church by visiting our website atwww.mycompasschurch.com. ‘

Merry Christmas! Love – Mrs. Kim


Teacher Birthdays

December 1 – Julie Nelson ( Dolphin Class)

December 1 – Kellie Routon (Polar Bear Class)

December 19 – Suzanne Hewitt (Music Teacher)

December 22nd – Susan Shepard (Truck Class)


Important Dates

December 9 – Spirit Day

December 11 – Christmas Program for the Three-Year-Old Classes at 1:00pm

December 16 – Pajama Day and Christmas Stories with Mrs. Kim

December 18 – Red Day and Christmas Parties

December 19 – January 5 –  NO SCHOOL



Glo is a Family Christmas Experience! Prepare yourself for a Christmas experience like nothing else. We invite you, your family and your friends to join us for a worship event designed to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. And we’re doing it all with your favorite Christmas Carols and lit by thousands of Glo sticks. Glo is free and available to EVERYBODY.

December 5th, 6th and 7th from 6:30pm – 7:30pm at Compass Center.


Compass Christian Church Christmas Services


December 23rd at 5:00pm and 6:30pm

December 24th at 2:30pm, 4:00pm5:30pm and 7:00pm

Compass Center:

December 24th at 4:30pm and 6:00pm


Musical Notes

Just hear those sleigh bells jingling!  Ring ting tingling too! We will be ringing those sleigh bells and dancing to holiday tunes from around the world.  Christmas songs are a wonderful way to create new memories and share traditions during the holiday season. “The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!” is a great quote from one of my favorite holiday movies, Elf.  Singing songs during this special time lifts spirits and brings cheer to everyone.  Children love to share their favorite songs.   I encourage you to sing in the car, visit a nursing home, or go caroling in your neighborhood with your family.

The 3s classes have been learning new songs about the importance of Christmas and will be performing their program, “The Shepherds’ Christmas,” on December 11th at 1pm.


Love and Logic Parenting Classes

We will be offering Love and Logic Parenting Classes for 5 weeks starting in January.  Together we will explore ways to make parenting fun while getting your children to learn from their mistakes. More information about becoming a Love and Logic Parent can be found on their website –http://www.loveandlogic.com/t-what-is-for-parents.aspx. You can sign up for the classes with Laura in the preschool office. The classes are free and open to the community. The workbook needed for the classes is $20.00. No childcare is provided. The classes will be held –

Thursday, January 15th, 22nd and 29th and February 5th and 12th  from 9:15am – 11:00 am.


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