• November:

    Kindergarteners have learned to read and write the letters Mm, Ss, Rr, Tt, Nn, Pp, Nn, Oo, Aa, Ff, Gg, Pp, Cc, Dd, Ii,

    They have also learned the words: I, a, my, the, see, come, in, is, me, can, go, to, and, he, she, for and where.

    Additionally, Kindergarteners have learned to read and write numbers 0 to 10, as well as how to compare numbers 0 to 10 (example: 9 is greater than 7, and 5 is less than 8).

    Kindergarteners are learning to count to 100 and read numbers to 1 to 20.

    Please ask your children to read and write letters, words, and numbers for you:)

    Additionally, you can ask them to play a card game with you, where students say which number is "greater" and/or which number is "less." They know how to play this game.

    Or, you can ask them to play a game where you roll two dice and they add the two number together (they know how to play this game).

    In writing, students have learned about a "finger" space between words, a capital letter for the beginning word and an end mark (period., exclamation mark! or question mark?).

    In art, students learned to cut shapes, how to draw with permanent markers, how to use water colors and how to color with pastels.

    They have learned about leaves, pumpkins, bears, squirrels, and how to make pumpkin bread.

    In Science, they learned about nature, various animals and their habitats, and what all livng things need to live (water, shelter, food).

    Most importantly, they have made friends, learned to use kind words with their classmates, learned to use words when they are frustrated, learned to ask for help, and how to play fairly and well with their classmates.

     

    September:

    Kindergarteners have learned to read and write the letters Mm, Ss, Rr, Tt, Nn, Pp

    They have also learned the words: I, a, my & the

    Additionally, Kindergarteners have learned to read and write numbers 0 to 5, as well as how to compare numbers 0 to 5 (example: 5 is greater than 3, and 1 is less than 4)

    Please ask your children to read and write letters, words, and numbers for you:)

    In writing, students have learned about lines: horizantal and vertical, straight and slanted, as useful tools for writing letters and numbers.

    Ask your students what they wrote or drew in their writing book (journal)

    In art, students learned about lines (circles, straight, zig zag, curvey, slanted, long, short), they learned to paint a fall picture (house, trees, hills), and they learned to cut paper

    They have learned about apples and how to make a pie.

    In Science, they learned about nature. They used a magnifying glass to look at leaves, spider webs, rocks, pinecones, moss, seeds, and flowers.

    Most importantly, they have learned to use kind words with their classmates, while learning how to play well with classmates.

     

     

     

     

    OPEN HOUSE - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

    I will go over kindergarten handbook, behavior system, and answer questions regarding kindergarten.