Letter N: Nanny Goat
Weekly Newsletter: Nanny Goat /Amor
February 14-18, 2022
Monday– Valentine’s Day Party
How you can participate: Make valentine’s together for family members this weekend!
Tuesday– Letter “N/ Shape Day: Heart
How you can participate: Play I Spy. Look for a variety of ways to play…items that start with letter N or the color of the month, Pink.
Wednesday – 3 Billy Goats Gruff
How you can participate: Re-tell the 3 Billy Goats Gruff story, as you remember it.
Thursday – Book: The Kissing Hand
How you can participate: Talk to your child about how you miss them when you are apart and how you overcome that feeling.
Book – The Kissing Hand
Phonics – “N says n,n,n,n, nanny goat…I say naa,naa from my throat”
Art – Kissing Hand Poem handprints
Science – Oil and Water Experiment
Music – My Hands
Friday – Opposites: Loud/Quiet
How you can participate: Talk with your child about “Loud and Quiet” give them examples by whispering and shouting while you are having normal conversation. Wear your PJ’s to school today!
A nanny goat is an adult female goat, a backyard and farmyard favorite that supplies milk, meat, and companionship. There are over one hundred breeds, all adapted to various conditions and bred for particular qualities.
More people worldwide drink goat milk than cow milk, with more than 80% of the world’s goats living in Asia or Africa. They have long been raised for milk and meat. However, unlike cows or chickens, they are more likely to be raised by families to provide sustenance rather than as a cash commodity. For example, one popular milking goat produces about 3 quarts of milk per day, with 5% butterfat. In comparison, a Holstein cow might produce 8 gallons of 4% fat milk each day.