Week of March 11th

Week of March 11th

 

Our Field Trip to the Children’s Theater has been rescheduled to Friday, March 22nd .  Hip, Hip Hooray! Thank you to our drivers and chaperones that were able to change their schedules! More information will be sent home next week.

This week in Kindergarten

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! Please send in a leprechaun trap…. maybe this year we’ll catch one?!  We will celebrate on this Friday, March 15th (Friday). All leprechaun traps will find a treat or two!

Snacks – Please remember to send in a snack. Also talk to your child about whether they are eating their snacks and lunches. Mrs. Everett and I are always encouraging students to eat what is being sent to school, but we aren’t always successful.

Homework

  1. Name tracing
  2. Numbering tracing
  3. Lined pages – ABC printing. Use the laminated sheet that was sent home for proper form.
  4. Sight words – find, long, down, day, did
  5. Reading Log. Please read to your child and fill out the log.

Star of the Week

1.   Maggie 1/28/19 2. 3.    Santino 3/4/19
4.   Alex 3/18/19 5.   Sylvia 3/25/19 6.    Wilder 4/1/19
7.   Skyler 4/8/19 8.   Josephine 4/15/19 9.    Amanda 4/29/19
10. Kalvin 5/6/19 11. Mia 5/18/19 12.  Margo 5/25/19
13. Katie 6/3/19 14. 15.

 

Math – Kindergarten 1B book

Chapter 12 Counting On and Counting Back Unit Test

Chapter 13 – Patterns. We will be working on extending repeating patterns by identifying the pattern unit and duplicating it.

Reading – Oral language patterns practiced using stretch and shrink, smooth and bumpy blending, and sounding out smoothly reading strategies. Students also work on isolating beginning, middle, and ending sounds and segmenting words. Each unit has tricky words that are reviewed during each reading group.

 

Parent Helpers
Room Mom Emma Haywood
Book Orders Sally Crone
Clean Grounds Wyndi and Mike
Field Trip Organizer Mrs. Kramer
Scrip Ambassador Mary Sambuchin
Auction Project Patrick Lamb
Parent Org. Deirdre O’Day

Snacks – Please remember to send in a snack. Also talk to your child about whether they are eating their snacks and lunches. Mrs. Everett and I are always encouraging students to eat what is being sent to school, but we aren’t always successful!