Weekly Classroom News
Here is a list of upcoming events:
Early Dismissal Days will be Monday, June 14th, Tuesday, June 15th, and Wednesday, June16th
June 16th is our Last Day of School
Please send in one snack each day.Here is a list of items that may be floating around your house:1 school chromebook with the charger (just those who borrowed them)10 cubes of one color10 cubes of one color10 counters1 die (dice)1 white board1 white board eraserany tens frames papers (single or double)any metal rings from our packetsWe need all school items to be returned by Friday, June 11th.Thank you in advance for returning these items.
Please remember to enroll in the Powerschool Parent Portal to access your child's Report Card
for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th marking periods.
I am also in need of 2 gallon freezer bags.
Thank you in advance!!!
SnacksOn November 16th, we are starting our longer day schedule. On the days that your child is staying until 3:20,please send in two snacks for your child.Please label the morning snack with a 1 and the afternoon snack with a 2.On November 23rd, all children should bring in two snacks.Please label the morning snack with a 1 and the afternoon snack with a 2.Thank you for all that you're doing!
Each child usually keep his or her Library book for about a week
Each child may return his or her Library book whenever they are finished reading them.
JOIN THE PTO! Check out the website - some shirts are still available and the Chester PTO Spirit Wear
will go back on sale for the holidays.
Please join my CLASSTAG app Diviney 2020 -2021. (Almost Ready)
I am setting up this app to keep you posted on upcoming events or activities that we will be doing throughout the year.
Please remember to always check my website for various items of interest every week.
Please send in written notes if you need to let me know anything, as well as, an email or phone call to the school if you think I may not receive the note in class. All notes and letters should be placed in my green basket near the classroom door.
Please send in an art smock,
ear buds in a small plastic bag,
a beach towel OR pillowcase to sit on outside by Monday, September 14th.
Please put your child's name on all of these items. Thank you!
Guided Reading Books (Start in January)
Please return all books and the plastic bag every Monday.
I would like to ask if anyone has some older games lying around that you would like to donate to our classroom such as: Chutes and Ladders, Perfection, Operation, Old Maid cards, Operation, Connect Four, Battleship, etc... They would be greatly appreciated.
Please check out my Supply List for essential Kindergarten materials.
Please send in earbuds as soon as possible, I would like to start our computer center next week.
Weeks 34 and 35
4/26 - 4/30 and 5/3 - 5/7
Identify capital and lowercase letters
Identify the letters in his or her first and last name
Writing his or her name using capital and lowercase letters correctly
Learning some French, Spanish, and Sign language.
We are practicing:
How to hold our pencils correctly
How to slant our papers to help make our letters correctly
To follow print from top to bottom and from left to right when reading
To identify periods, exclamation marks, and commas when reading
All sight words on List A should be secure by the end of Kindergarten
Sight Words practiced already:
I, a, the, my, am, see, an, look, go, in, at, can, do, like, is, to, it, and, on, me, we, he, she, be, so, up,said, for, not, play, ran, saw, all, too, you, was, that, here, are, there, where, come, good, came, put, some, this, got, jump, big, little, say, away, then, went, will, get, they, with, when, ride, want, but, your, eat, has, had, have, who, take, make, made, give, her, gave, him, his, us, as, soon, out,.our, about, very, were, from, of, new, just, must, well, did, what, now, find, ate,
Other sight words practiced are:
red, blue, orange, green, yellow, purple, brown, black, grey, white, pink
Identify Capital and Lowercase letters
Identify the following letters and their sounds: A - Z
Identifying the letters and their sounds - Aa, Cc, Dd, Gg, Hh, Ii, Jj, Kk, Ll, Mm, Oo, Tt, Pp, Uu, Bb, Rr, Ff, Nn, Ee, Ss, Ww, Yy, Vv, Xx, Zz, Qq, Qu
Identifying the word families such as: ack, all, am, an, ap, at
Identifying the blends such as: ch, sh, th, wh,
This reading unit contains mini lessons that demonstrate how a reader thinks while they are reading.
There is so much more to reading than reading the words/pictures and retelling a story.
A reader thinks, thinks and thinks as they read.
This unit names and demonstrates the different kinds of thinking a reader does to understand the book better.
A good reader predicts, infers, creates mental images, questions, wonders, synthesizes and talks.
We will beginning to write personal narratives.
Topic 14 - Describe and Compare Measureable Attributes
Compare by length and height
Compare by capacity
Compare by weight
Describe objects by attributes
Describe objects by measureable attributes
Math Practices and Problem Solving: Precision
ScienceDiscussing how to measure the Weather - rain gauge, wind anemometer, thermometerDiscussing Plant LifeNeeds of a Plant.Sequence the life cycle of a plant.
The importance of plants in our lives.
Second Step Program - Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
Great Listener Rules include:
1. Eyes are for watching
2. Brain is for thinking
3. Lips are closed
4. Ears are for listening
5. Hands are in our laps
6. Feet are criss cross applesauce
Good Coloring Rules include:
1. Coloring inside the lines
2. Colors make sense
3. Fill in the white spaces