Social Studies Showcase Video

 

 

KINDERGARTEN NEWS

***Upcoming Events **

Many thanks to Divya Shukla, Ellery Valdez, Sandya Velidandla,  our Parent Volunteers who came in and shared their careers with our Kindergarteners for Career Day!

We all enjoyed very interesting presentations!

This week in Kindergarten:

April, May and June Homework will be coming home altogether on April 9th. Please place it in the red folder for safe keeping.  Thank you.

CALLING ALL  MYSTERY READERS!

Thank you Mrs. Ravinutala for setting up the site for signing up!
I would like to invite any parents, older siblings, grandparents, relatives, or other special people to surprise your child by being a “Mystery Reader” this year in our classroom.Mystery Readers will visit us Thursdays at 11:45-12:15 am. (If you are unable to attend at that time, please shoot me an email and we can arrange another time.)

 

Language Arts   

The theme of our activities  will be centered around the digraph  cl, fl,pl,bl, gl and Earth Day/Recycling.   We will review sight words and  rhyming words continuously. Have your child write at least one sentence a day using sight words  starting on the left of the page and going to the right in a straight line.

Sight words:  I will be placing the seven  list of sight words in your child’s red folder this week.  Please practice memorizing  and spelling these.    I am assessing all student’s  sight word knowledge on an ongoing basis. Please practice these daily so your child will not forget them.  By the end of the year, all Kindergarten children should be able to identify at least 100 sight words.

Math– Addition beginning with concrete objects and transitioning into numerals.  Reminder : By the end of this  quarter your child should be able to count to 100, count by 10’s to 100 and count backwards from 10-0. They should be able to identify all numbers in random order to 20.

Science–  Plants

 

 

 

 

 

 

Social Studies