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.
This page will have class reminders and lessons for the week. LESSONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
WELCOME TO THE 2019 – 2020 SCHOOL YEAR!!!!!
- Please feel free to contact me by email/note.
- All money 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 EACH DAY.
- OCTOBER 7TH WEAR THE BLUE BULLYING T-SHIRT TO SCHOOL, AGAINST BULLYING PRESENTATIONS.
- FRIDAY OCTOBER 11TH DRESS DOWN DAY TO SUPPORT BREAST CANCER AWARENESS. SLIPS WILL BE SENT HOME.
- MONDAY OCTOBER 14TH NO SCHOOL COLUMBUS DAY.
- OCTOBER 17TH PROGRESS REPORTS GO HOME.
- FRIDAY OCTOBER 18TH PUMPKIN PATCH DAY AND DRESS DOWN DAY. SLIPS WERE SENT HOME.
- OCTOBER 24TH PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES. 1 -3 AND 5 – 7:30.
- FRIDAY OCTOBER 25TH HALLOWEEN FUN NIGHT.
- TUESDAY OCTOBER 29TH NO SCHOOL. ARCHDIOCESAN DAY.
- THURSDAY OCTOBER 31ST HALLOWEEN PARADE AND FESTIVITIES. 11:50 DISMISSAL AND NO AFTERCARE.
- FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1ST ARRIVE BY 7:40 FOR MASS AND REPORT TO THE CLASS FOR MASS. 11:50 DISMISSAL AND THERE IS AFTERCARE.
Monday – SPANISH
Tuesday – MUSIC
Wednesday – COMPUTER
Thursday – GYM – the children are to wear their gym uniform and sneakers to school AND ART
Friday – Science Lab
READING : The students will continue to review short vowel Oo, and consonant Cc, and continue to work with consonant Gg, QUIZ ON THURSDAY OCTOBER 10TH.
The students will meet a new SUPRERKIDS FRIEND working with short vowel Aa in both the initial and medial position, continue to identify parts of a book, recognize words are made up of letters, identify rhyming words and syllables.
The children will continue to review their first group of Red/ Sight/ Memory words and be introduced to to second set of new words to practice.
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 learn to tell how many objects are in a group of up to 5 objects, order of numbers 0 to 5, use ordinal numbers to describe an object’s position, compare numbers by saying if a number is greater than, less than, or equal to another number.
The students will continue to compare groups by matching objects and counting by extras, identify whether a group has more objects or fewer objects than another group, make groups equal by adding more or taking some away, read, write, and count numbers 0 to 5, and identify the quantity of objects in a group by the number and the number name.
STEAM CONNECTION: The children will make connections to the five senses as they look for patterns and make observations about the world.
MATH WORDS: count, order, before, after, equal, greater than, less than, ordinal number, zero, one, two, three, four, five.
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 continue to learn that God made the whole world, everything God made is good, and that God made water and God gives us water to live, as we continue to discuss and learn about CREATION. The students will sing Religion songs and read and discuss Bible stories.
WEEKLY READER – Science/Social Studies – “Trees Colorful Trees” Children will compare, contrast, and sequence how trees change through the seasons.
“Pick a Pumpkin” – Children will compare and contrast different attributes of pumpkins, as well as identify words that start with the letter P.
“Firefighters Are Heroes” Children identify traits of firefighters and practice fire safety rules.
“An Autumn Walk” Children will identify signs of Autumn while reading a mini book.
CCSS: K.SL.1 – Participate in collaborative conversations about kindergarten topics and texts with peers and adults in small and larger groups.
SCIENCE LABLEARNER – Beginning Explorations – The children will perform activities and conduct experiments designed to formally introduce students to the process of scientific investigation, common science tools, and properties of objects.