WELCOME TO KINDERGARTEN
We look forward to a year filled with lots of learning, laughs and love! Thank you for entrusting us with your child.
GOOD MORNING STUDENTS AND PARENTS,
TO ALL MY ALL MY LITTLE KINDERGARTEN MUNCHKINS I MISS YOU SO MUCH! THANK YOU BOYS AND GIRLS FOR WORKING SO HARD AT HOME! I LOVED SEEING YOUR AWESOME COMPLETED WORK! CONTINUE TO WORK VERY HARD.
PARENTS THIS IS NOT AN EASY TIME WE ARE ALL GOING THROUGH, HOWEVER, WE WILL GET THROUGH IT TOGETHER. I CAN NOT THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR HELPING YOUR CHILD AT HOME. A WORLD OF THANKS – MERCI -GRACIAS – AND ONCE AGAIN MANY THANKS FOR YOU AND ALL YOU ARE DOING TO HELP YOUR CHILD.
STAY WELL AND HEALTHY. GOD BLESS!
EACH DAY OUR DAILY LESSONS WILL BE POSTED. HAVE FUN LIKE WE DO IN CLASS. CHALLENGE YOURSELF. KNOW YOU CAN DO THE WORK. YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO HELP TEACH MOM AND OR DAD TOO!
- EMAILS MAY BE SENT TO ME BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 8 A.M. AND 3:15 P.M. ANY SENT TO ME AFTER 3:15 P.M. WILL NOT BE ANSWERED UNTIL THE NEXT SCHOOL DAY.
- BEGINNING MARCH 19TH MATH, READING, RELIGION, SCIENCE/HEALTH OR SOCIAL STUDIES SUBJECTS WORK WILL BE POSTED ALTERNATE DAYS.
- ALL COMPLETED WORK MUST BE SENT TO ME EACH DAY.
- ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING ART YOU CAN EMAIL OUR ART TEACHER AT KONJJOOEE@GMAIL.COM. IN THE EMAIL INCLUDE YOUR FIRST & LAST NAME AND YOUR GRADE.
- IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ABCMOUSE THEY ARE OFFERING A FREE 30 DAY TRIAL.
- TRY USING WWW.SCHOLATIC.COM/LEARNATHOME FOR SOME FUN STORIES.
- STARFALL.COM IS ANOTHER FUN LEARNING TOOL.
- MISS YOU ALL! HAVE FUN DOING YOUR WORK. STAY HOME AND STAY WELL. GOD BLESS!
- FINISHED ART WORK IS TO BE EMAILED TO KONJJOOEE@GMAIL.COM
- LESSONS FOR MAY 26- 29, 2020
- CONTACT: email@example.com
- TUESDAY MAY 26, 2020
- MATH ZOOM CLASS AT 11 TODAY
- MUSIC CLASS CHECK MRS. MINETTI’S WEB PAGE
- THE CHILDREN WILL COMPLETE A MATH QUIZ. IT IS A REVIEW OF THE NUMBER AND NUMBER WORD RECOGNITION THAT WE HAVE WORKED ON THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. THE QUIZ IS IN THE PARENT EMAIL.
- MATH- The students will learn how to compose and decompose numbers 11 to 19. They will compose and decompose numbers 11 to 19 into 10 ones and some more ones. The groups are shown using a ten – frame and some more counters next to the ten-frame. Reviewing make and break apart. Complete workbook pages 479, 480, 481, & 482.
- SNACK TIME!!!!! TAKE A BREAK!
- READING – The children will be introduced to consonant Pp /p/.
- To make the /p/ sound say /p/ as in the word pet, pie, or the last sound you hear in sip. DO NOT ADD A VOWEL AND SAY “PUH”.
- You will listen to the Pp song, complete reader pages 1 & 2.
- Build words using the consonants and all the short vowels we have learned and reviewing a NOUN.
- ALL OF THIS WORK IS IN THE EMAIL AND THE SUPERKIDS EMAIL SENT TO THE PARENTS.
- WEDNESDAY MAY 27, 2020
- READING ZOOM CLASS AT 11
- COMPUTER CLASS CHECK MRS. SANCHEZ’S WEB PAGE
- MATH -Break Apart -Ask yourself how do I break apart a number?
- If your number is 13 you make 13 by making a group of 10 and then adding 3 more. You break apart 13 into 10 and 3. Keep this in mind for each number you will break apart as you work on pages 483, 484, 485, & 486.
- REMEMBER SNACK TIME!!!!!!
- READING – The students will continue to work with consonant Pp /p/, reviewing the memory PUT, to complete reader pages 3 & 4 and workbook page 26.
- Listen to the story “The Odd Picnic”. BEFORE READING THE STORY the children will need to review the vocabulary words in the email.
- After reviewing the vocabulary words listen to the narration with commentary first. Then play it again with straight narration. Last try to read it on your own.
- We will review this during our zoom class today.
- THURSDAY MAY 28, 2020
- ZOOM GYM CLASS TODAY AT 9:15
- ART CLASS CHECK MR. KONCIAK’S WEB PAGE
- MATH – The students will continue with break apart and also review that a pattern is like a rule. There is an assignment in the email for the both the parent and the children to discuss and complete.
- Continue to work on break apart, to compose and decompose 15 into a group of 10 ones plus 5 more. Complete pages 487, 488, 489, & 490.
- SNACK TIME!!!!!!!
- READING – Continue to follow the Superkids and their adventure with their club and the Supernoodle, you will recall details from the story to complete page 11 in your reader.
- Following CD 3 track 4 follow the directions to complete the work on the reading page 11. Next there is another part to compete with pages 5 to 10 using a CD. If the CD does not go along with the page do not worry about completing this part.
- There is a cause and effect and drawing conclusions paper to complete. This work is in the email where I explain and review what cause and effect and drawing conclusions means.
- You will need to review the story from pages 5 to 10 to answer the questions, and I also gave you clues to help you with your answers.
- FRIDAY MAY 29, 2020
- ZOOM LAB CLASS AT 9:30
- SCIENCE – Today is our last lab class for the school year.
- We will watch Mrs. J complete Investigation 3 of Exploring Rate.
- MATH – Complete check your progress pages 491 & 492.
- RELIGION – This Sunday we celebrate Pentecost Sunday.
- Remember on Ascension Thursday Jesus rose up to heaven. Before He rose up He promised to send a helper for his friends the apostles. This Sunday May 31st we celebrate this special day. It marks the end of the Easter season. It is called Pentecost Sunday. Pentecost means 50. Pentecost Sunday is 50 days after Easter Sunday. Some refer to it as the birthday of the church.
- Enjoy viewing a 5:17 minute video The Holy Spirit Comes – Act 2 Pentecost for Kids for you to better understand the meaning of Pentecost Sunday. Remember the liturgical calendar color would be white for Easter season, red for today and change to green for ordinary time.
- PENTECOST CRAFT – WINDSOCKS! Pentecost is when a rushing wind brought The Holy spirit! The Holy Spirit is like the wind: we can’t see it but it is there. Sometimes, we can feel it though!
- Get a small paper bag, cut off the bottom to make a tube. Decorate it, if you have decorations, or decorate it with crayons and markers.
- Glue/tape streamers(make streamers with cut up strips of paper, or old wrapping paper)to one end,and tape a piece of yarn/string to each side of the other end to make a handle. There you go you made your own windsock!
- Pray this short prayer as yo swing the windsock around.
- Dear God/ Thank you/ for the gift/ of the church/ and your Holy Spirit./ Help us to/ feel and see/ and be filled with/ your power./ Amen.
- HAPPY TGIF! ENJOY THE REST OF YOUR DAY. HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEKEND!
- SEE YOU MONDAY AT 9:30 FOR MATH ZOOM CLASS.
LESSONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
WELCOME TO KINDERGARTEN!
- Please feel free to contact me by note or email.
- Any money sent into school must be in an envelope marked with your child’s name, grade and purpose.
- School supplies and class folder must be checked every evening.
- The children must bring their own snack and drink each day.
- If your child is staying for after care they MUST have their OWN SNACK.
- Thursday brown envelope MUST be returned either Friday or Monday morning.
- THE HOMEWORK PAPER FOR THE WEEK IS IN THE HOME WORK FOLDER. KEEP THIS HOMEWORK PAPER IN THE FOLDER AND RETURN BOTH PAPER AND FOLDER EVERY DAY. THE HOMEWORK IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. CLASS SUPPLIES MUST BE BROUGHT TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY.
- HOMEWORK IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
- Monday – SPANISH
- Tuesday – MUSIC
- Wednesday – COMPUTER
- Thursday – GYM – the children are to wear their gym uniform and sneakers to school AND ART CLASS IN THE AFTERNOON
- Friday – Science Lab
READING : The students will be introduced to a new Superkids friend while working with consonant Ff, continue to encode and decode words, continue to identify nouns and verbs, and and asking sentences and question mark, continue to review short vowel Aa and Oo, Ii, in both the initial and medial position, continue work with COPS; capitalization, organization, punctuation, and spelling, work with blending papers, continue to identify parts of a book, recognize words are made up of letters, identify rhyming words and syllables.
The children should always review their groups of Red/ Sight/Memory words
CCSS: K.RF.1B – Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters. K.RF.2 – Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes). K.RF.3a – Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant. K.RF.1d – Recognize and name all upper-and lowercase letters of the alphabet. K.RI.5 – Identify the front cover, back cover and title page of a book. K.SL.2 – Confirm understanding of a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media by asking and answering questions about key details and requesting clarification if something is not understood.
MATH — The students will describe position of shapes using terms above, below, beside, top, middle, bottom, over, on, under, inside, outside, in front of, behind, next to, left, right, between,to correctly name shapes regardless of orientation.
STEAM CONNECTION: In this chapter the children will make connections to scientific practices as they use observations to identify the positions of objects.
MATH WORDS: Above, below, above, top, middle, bottom, over, on under, over, in front of, inside, outside, behind next to, left, right, between.
CCSS: K.CC.3 – Write numbers 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral. K.CC.4 – Understand the relationship between number and quantities, connect counting to cardinality.
RELIGION: The students will read and discuss Lent a time of prayer and loving God and others, read, discuss and learn the Stations of the Cross. The children will read Bible stories and sing Religion songs.
WEEKLY READER – What Will You Read? Children will identify different genres of books and describe their characteristics. My Wild Weather Day -Children will identify different kinds of weather and discuss how weather can affect daily activities.. – Science Spin- Profile of a Scientist and Robot Man.
CCSS: K.SL.1 – Participate in collaborative conversations about kindergarten topics and texts with peers and adults in small and larger groups.
SCIENCE LABLEARNER – The children will begin the fifth cell of LabLearner – Using Models- The children will perform activities and conduct experiments focused on measuring and quantifying properties of objects using measuring objects such as rulers, meters, pitchers, pan balance liters and gram cubes.