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Kindergarten Newsletter


Important dates:

5/10 Library

5/24 Library and MEET THE READER! 12:30-1:00. The children will read to their parents. All parents are welcome to attend!

5/31 No School

6/4 conferences

6/7 conferences

6/9 Graduation 6pm *see events page*

Week of 5/3  Literature selections this week include: Over in the Garden, Dandelions, Just for You, Mom!  The new high frequency words are "about" and "if." We'll add Wilson letter /Zz/ to our list of handwriting letters. We will review adjectives and verbs this week. We will identify the main idea of a story. 

Our last big math unit is Telling Time. We'll begin with learning the parts of an analog clock. Then we'll begin to tell time on the whole hour. 

Spring Science is very exciting!!  Kindergarten Science continues with a unit on seeds, plants, flowers, and gardening! 

My favorite Social Studies unit begins this week: Symbols of the United States. I love our country and I hope to pass along the love of the USA to our kiddos. We will read about our flag, the Statue of Liberty, the Liberty Bell, the bald eagle, and much, much more!!

We've got a big week ahead as we get ready for Mother's Day and graduation. 

Homework: Make an acrostic poem using your first name. There's an example of an acrostic poem on our Facebook page. The children made an acrostic using the word "Kindergarten." Bring your acrostic to school on Friday 5/7. 

Practice your list of high frequency words. Look for USA flags in your community. Tell Mrs. G. where you saw them!

Home lessons for virtual students: On Monday practice Zig-zag Zz in your binder. Practice number 60. Look for USA flags in your community!  On Tuesday we will practice the new high frequency words "about" "If". We will read the magazine "If You See Spring Flowers." We'll read "A Mutt and a Bug" together. On Wednesday we'll introduce the parts of an analog clock and we'll begin to tell time. Read "Salad Feast" to me (Yay!) On Thursday we'll practice telling time on the whole hour. We'll read the magazine "One Cool Seed" together. On Friday show me your tally paper. 

High Frequency Words to Date: I, See, Can, Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Orange, Black, White, My, Like, The, A, Look, This, Purple, What, We, Said, One, Two, Three, Four, Five, In, Out. Six. Seven. Eight. Nine. Ten, Brown, And, Why, Big, Little, Up, Down, Yes, No, Happy, On, By, Eleven, She, He, But, So, Twelve, Thirteen, Stop, Go, At, An, Or, Read, Jump, Play, Run, Fourteen, Fifteen, Help, Sixteen If, Saw, Seventeen, Was, Not, Eighteen, Who, That, Nineteen, Tell, Us. Twenty. Funny, Put, Your. When. Soon. About. If. 

Wilson Handwriting Letters to Date: STICK LETTERS: Ll, Tt, Ii, F, E, H, SLIDE LETTERS: Vv, Ww, M, N, A, Kk, Yy, Xx, SUPER C LETTERS: Cc, Oo, Gg, a, d, Qq. BELLY LETTERS: D,Pp, Bb, R. LUMPY LETTERS: r,h,m,n. Snake letter Ss. The "candy cane" letters are next Jj and f. Zig-zag Zz is our next letter. 

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