•  

     

    AT HOME Week of March 16-20

     

    at home

    at home 2

     

     Printable ELA

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    March 16-20, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                                Image result for kindergarten

    Unit: Insects

     

    Focus: Long Vowels

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • CLICNTED PACK FROSERSEARSEARS Monday

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    March

    Reyes- March 7

    Athan- March 11

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   Athan

    • Tuesday:     Caitlyn

    • Wednesday:    Carlenski

    • Thursday:    Carter

    • Friday    Eleah

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Review

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Long Vowels

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

    • March- 9-13 Spring Break

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

    March 2-6, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                                Image result for kindergarten

    Unit: Spring

     

    Focus: Qu

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday- Crazy sock day 

    • Thursday- Hat day 

    • Friday-  Jersey day or fav sport team t- shirt 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    March

    Reyes- March 7

    Athan- March 11

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   Stella 

    • Tuesday:     Tabb

    • Wednesday:    Victor

    • Thursday:    Ann Porter

    • Friday    AB

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Review

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Qu

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

    • March- 9-13 Spring Break

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

     

    February 24-28, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                                Image result for kindergarten

    Unit: Winter-Penguins

     

    Focus: Ww

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday- BINGO BASH 5:30 First Baptist Church

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday-

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    Feb

    Caitlyn- Feb 4

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   Kenley

    • Tuesday:     Madison

    • Wednesday:    Mary Matt

    • Thursday:    Oilver

    • Friday    Reyes

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Review

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Ww

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

    • Feb 25-BINGO BASH

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

     

    February 18-21, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                                Image result for kindergarten

    Unit: Winter-Penguins

     

    Focus: Xx

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  No School

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday-

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    Feb

    Caitlyn- Feb 4

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   E'Leah

    • Tuesday:     Frazier

    • Wednesday:    Grace

    • Thursday:    Griff

    • Friday    V-Day Party

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     do, are, but, out, doll

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Xx

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

    • Feb 25-BINGO BASH
    • Feb 17- NO SCHOOL

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

     

    February 3-7, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                                Image result for kindergarten

    Unit: Winter-Penguins

     

    Focus: Yy

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday- Large Cereal Box due

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Addition face fluency assessment 

    • Friday-  Valentines cards due

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    Feb

    Caitlyn- Feb 4

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   Anne B

    • Tuesday:     Athan

    • Wednesday:    Caitlyn

    • Thursday:    Carlenski

    • Friday    Carter

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Review

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Review

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

    • Feb 25-BINGO BASH

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

    January 27-31, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                                Image result for kindergarten

    Unit: Winter

     

    Focus: Dd

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    January

    Jeremiah- Jan 9

    Kenley- Jan 

    Mrs. Penny- 31

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   Reyes

    • Tuesday:     Stella

    • Wednesday:    Tabb

    • Thursday:    Victor

    • Friday    Ann Porter

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Review

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Review

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

    • Jan 20- MLK NO SCHOOL

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

    January 21-24, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                                Image result for kindergarten

    Unit: Transportation

     

    Focus: Yy

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- MLK NO SCHOOL

    • Tuesday- 100th Day of School

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    January

    Jeremiah- Jan 9

    Kenley- Jan 

    Mrs. Penny- 31

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   

    • Tuesday:     Kenley

    • Wednesday:    Madison

    • Thursday:    Mary Matt

    • Friday    Oliver

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Review

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Review

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

    • Jan 20- MLK NO SCHOOL

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

    December 2-6, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                                                        

    Unit: Christams Week 1

     

    Focus: Uu

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday-  $10 Due for pizza and Nursing home gifts

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    December

    Madison- Dec 3

    Frazier and Anne Blakelee- Dec 13

    E'Leah- Dec 30

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   Kenley

    • Tuesday:     Madison

    • Wednesday:    Mary Matt

    • Thursday:    Oliver

    • Friday    Reyes

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     away does find because fish

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Uu

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

     

    • Nov 25-29- Thanksgiving Holidays NO SCHOOL 
    • Dec 6- Money due for pizza and Nursing home $10
    • Dec 23-Jan 6 Christmas Break
    • Jan 7- Students return to school
    • Jan 8- Report Cards

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

    November 18-22, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     Image result for thanksgiving

                                                                 

    Unit: Pilgrims

     

    Focus: Review

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday-  Last Day Before Thanksgiving Holidays

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    November

    Kaleigh- Nov 16

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   Snack Clean out 

    • Tuesday:     Snack Clean out 

    • Wednesday:    Snack Clean out

    • Thursday:    Snack Clean out 

    • Friday    Snack Clean out 

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     help, jump, come, funny, tree

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter Review

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

     

    • Nov 25-29- Thanksgiving Holidays NO SCHOOL 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

    November 11-15, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

    Image result for football clipart 

                                                                  

     

    Unit: Native Americans

     

    Focus: Letter Bb

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- BBF FIELD TRIP

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday-  Re-Enrollment Form Due by 8:00 a.m./ Picture orders due

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    November

    Kaleigh- Nov 16

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   Snack Clean out 

    • Tuesday:     Snack Clean out 

    • Wednesday:    Snack Clean out

    • Thursday:    Snack Clean out 

    • Friday    Snack Clean out 

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     my, here, play, make, birthday

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter Bb

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

     

    • Nov 11- BBF Field Trip- Leaving at 7:45 a.m.
    • Nov 15- Re-enrollment forms due by 8:00 a.m./ PICTURE ORDER FORM DUE

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     November 4-8, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

    Image result for football clipart 

                                                                  

     

    Unit: Mississippi

     

    Focus: Letter Kk

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- Oversized T-Shirt Due

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday-  Re-Enrollment Form Due by 8:00 a.m.

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    November

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   Snack Clean out 

    • Tuesday:     Snack Clean out 

    • Wednesday:    Snack Clean out

    • Thursday:    Snack Clean out 

    • Friday    Snack Clean out 

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     girl, boy, he, she, school 

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter Kk

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

     

    •  Nov 4- Oversized T Shirt Due 
    • Nov 11- BBF Field Trip- Leaving at 7:45 a.m.
    • Nov 15- Re-enrollment forms due by 8:00 a.m.

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

    October 28- November 1, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

    Image result for football clipart 

                                                                  

     

    Unit: Pumpkins and Spiders

     

    Focus: Letter Rr

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Bull Bottom Farms Field Trip Leaving at 7:45

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    October 

    Kaleb- 12th

    Griff- 16th

    Jacob- 21st 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   Jacob

    • Tuesday:     Jeremiah

    • Wednesday:    Kaleb

    • Thursday:     

    • Friday    Kaleigh

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     said, see, go, dog, car

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter Rr

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

     

    • October 31- BULL BOTTOM FARMS FIELD TRIP 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

        

    October 15-18, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

    Image result for football clipart 

                                                                  

     

    Unit: Fall Week 1

     

    Focus: Letter Ss

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- Fall Break

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday- Report Cards

    • Thursday- Flu Shots 

    • Friday-  Flu Shots

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    October 

    Kaleb- 12th

    Griff- 16th

    Jacob- 21st 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:   NO SCHOOL

    • Tuesday:     AB

    • Wednesday:    Athan

    • Thursday:     Caitlyn

    • Friday    Carlenski

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     REVIEW

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter Ss

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

      

    • October 14- Fall Break- NO SCHOOL
    • October 24- BPAC Trip
    • October 31- BULL BOTTOM FARMS FIELD TRIP 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

        

     

              October 7-11, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

    Image result for football clipart 

                                                                  

     

    Unit: Fire Safety

     

    Focus: Letter Ii

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday- Harvest Carnival

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    October 

    Kaleb- 12th

    Griff- 16th

    Jacob- 21st 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     Reyes

    • Tuesday:     Stella

    • Wednesday:    Tabb

    • Thursday:     Victor

    • Friday    Ann Porter

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     REVIEW

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter Ii

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

      

    • October 8- Harvest Carnival
    • October 14- Fall Break- NO SCHOOL
    • October 24- BPAC Trip
    • October 31- BULL BOTTOM FARMS FIELD TRIP 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

        

    September 23-27, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

    Image result for football clipart 

                                                                  

     

    Unit: Five Senses

     

    Focus: Letter Nn

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  Sight Share (Teachers)

    • Tuesday- Touch Share- AP, AB, Athan, Caitlyn, Carlenski, Carter, E'Leah

      BPAC PERFORMANCE
    • Wednesday- Smell Share- Frazier, Grace, Griff, Jacob, Jeremiah, Kaleb, Kaleigh

    • Thursday- Hearnig Share- Kenley, Madison, Mary Matt, Oliver, Reyes, Stella Kate, Tabb, Victor

    • Friday-  Five Senses Tasting Party

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    September

     

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     Griff

    • Tuesday:     Jacob

    • Wednesday:    Jeremiah

    • Thursday:     Kaleb

    • Friday    Tasting Party

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    of, little, cat, up, you

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter Nn

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

         

    • September 23- 1st Day of Read a Thon Fundraiser
    • September 24- BPAC trip 
    • September 27- Five Senses Tasting Party 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

           

    September 16-20, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

    Image result for football clipart 

                                                                  

     

    Unit: Nutrition

     

    Focus: Letter Aa

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- bring $1 to wear green & white for DSU Pig Pickin

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    September

     

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     Carlenski

    • Tuesday:     Carter

    • Wednesday:    E'Leah

    • Thursday:     Frazier

    • Friday    Grace

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    six, nine, seven, eight, ten

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter Aa

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    • Positional Words  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

         

    • September 19- $1 to wear green and white for DSU
    • September 23- 1st Day of Read a Thon Fundraiser
    • September 24- BPAC trip 
    • September 27- Five Senses Tasting Party 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

    September 9-13, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                             Image result for back to school clipart                     

     

    Unit: Friends

     

    Focus: Letter Pp

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    September

     

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     Victor

    • Tuesday:     Ann Porter

    • Wednesday:    Anne B.

    • Thursday:     Athen

    • Friday    Caitlyn

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    can, and, I, we, is, on

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter Pp

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    • Positional Words  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

         

    • September 19- $1 to wear green and white for DSU
    • September 23- 1st Day of Read a Them Fundraiser
    • September 24- BPAC trip 
    • September 27- Five Senses Tasting Party 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

    August 3-6, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                             Image result for back to school clipart                     

     

    Unit: Family

     

    Focus: Letter Tt

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- NO SCHOOL 

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    September

     

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     NO SCHOOL

    • Tuesday:     Oliver

    • Wednesday:    Reyes

    • Thursday:     Stella Kate

    • Friday    Tabb

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    me, the, a, like, mother, father

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter Tt

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    • Positional Words  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

        

    • September 2- Labor Day NO SCHOOL 
    • September 19- $1 to wear green and white for DSU
    • September 23- 1st Day of Read a Them Fundraiser
    • September 27- Five Senses Tasting Party 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

         

    August 26-30, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

    Scroll all the way down for all the information you need !

     

                                             Image result for back to school clipart                     

     

    Unit: Me 

     

    Focus: Letter Hh

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- Open House 6:00 Parents Only

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    August 

     

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     Kaleb

    • Tuesday:     Kaleigh

    • Wednesday:    Kenley

    • Thursday:     Madison

    • Friday    Mary Matt

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    zero, three, five, one, four, two

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   LetteR Hh

     

    Saxon Reader:

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    • Positional Words  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

        

    • August 26th HCC Open House 6:00 to 7:30 (parents only) 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

         

    August 19-23, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                             Image result for back to school clipart                     

     

    Unit: Colors Review 

     

    Focus: Letter Gg

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday- Bring one small bag of NON peanut M&M's 

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    August 

     

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     Frazier

    • Tuesday:     Grace

    • Wednesday:    Griff

    • Thursday:     Jacob

    • Friday    Jeremiah

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    brown, black, white, pink

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   LetterGg

     

    Saxon Reader: We will begin sending home Saxon Readers soon. 

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    • Positional Words  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

       

    • If you have no turned in BPAC money please do  
    • August 26th HCC Open House 6:00 to 7:30 (parents only) 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

         

     

    August 12-16, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                             Image result for back to school clipart                     

     

    Unit: Shapes Review - (take home folders will come in soon) 

     

    Focus: Letter Oo 

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- Boys Bring an object or picture of a circle

    • Tuesday- Girls Bring an object or picture of a square  

    • Wednesday- Boys Bring an object or picture of a triangle

    • Thursday- Girls Bring an object or picture of a rectangle 

    • Friday-  All students bring an object or picture of a hexagon

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    August 

     

     

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     Athan

    • Tuesday:     Caitlyn 

    • Wednesday:    CJ

    • Thursday:     Carter

    • Friday    E'Leah

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    red, blue, green, purple, orange, yellow

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   LetterOo 

     

    Saxon Reader: We will begin sending home Saxon Readers soon. 

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    • Positional Words  

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

       

    • If you have no turned in BPAC money please do  
    • August 26th HCC Open House 6:00 to 7:30 (parents only) 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    News from the Officeoffice

     

    Please remember transortation changes must be made BEFORE 12:00.  No exceptions.  If there is a change in your child’s transportation, you must call the office or email Mrs. Junkin before noon.  You may also send a note with your child in their yellow folder.

     

    If you need to come inside the building in the morning time, please use the parking lot at the storm shelter.  Thank you!

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:30 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:30; therefore students will not be allowed in the building.  Also, please only drop off in the front of the building.  Thanks for your help with this in order to keep our students safe.

     

         

     

    May 13-17, 2019

                           Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

                                              Unit: SUmmer

                                  Focus: Review

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday- Happy Birthday Harmony

    • Thursday

    • Friday- Patriot Palooza-wear tennis shoes-bring concession money

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     May 1- Madisyn Haywood

    May 15- Harmony Rogers

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:  Lucy

    • Tuesday:   Madisyn

    • Wednesday:    Miriam

    • Thursday:     polly

    • Friday    

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:  review

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

    • May 17- Patriot Palooza
    • May 22- 5K Program 8:30 Picnic to follow at Fireman's Park
    • May 28- Students last day of school and last day to order Yearbook 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

    May 6-10, 2019

                           Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

                                              Unit: zoo

                                  Focus: ar

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  Ice cream day

    • Tuesday- Bubbles and bubble gum day

    • Wednesday- Watermelon Day

    • Thursday- Sports Day

    • Friday- Popcorn and Movie Day

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     May 1- Madisyn Haywood

    May 15- Harmony Rogers

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:  

    • Tuesday:   JCF

    • Wednesday:    

    • Thursday:     Joy

    • Friday    Kristi

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:  ar

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

    • May 17- Patriot Palooza
    • May 22- 5K Program 8:30 Picnic to follow at Fireman's Park
    • May 28- Students last day of school and last day to order Yearbook 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

    April 29-  May 3, 2019

                           Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

                                              Unit: Farm

                                  Focus: ch

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Sight Word Assessment

    • Friday

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     May 1- Madisyn Haywood

    May 15- Harmony Rogers

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:  Ford

    • Tuesday:   Haley

    • Wednesday:    Harmony

    • Thursday:     Jackson

    • Friday    Jacques

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     all get went has name

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:  ch

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

    • May 17- May Day Play Day
    • May 22- 5K Program 8:30 Picnic to follow at Fireman's Park
    • May 28- Students last day of school and last day to order Yearbook 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

       

         

    April 15-18, 2019

                           Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

                                              Unit: Easter

                                  Focus: Digraph oo

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  Easter Baskets and filled eggs due 

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Easter Egg Hunt

    • Friday-  Easter Holiday

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     April 3- Cayson Sparks

    April 4- John-Christopher Flint

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:  Alexa 

    • Tuesday:   AJ

    • Wednesday:    Asher

    • Thursday:     Audrey

    • Friday    Easter Holiday

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Subtraction Facts

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:  Digraph oo

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates! 

    • April 15- Easter Basket with 12 Plastic Eggs stuffed with treats Due
    • April 18- Easter Egg Hunt 
    • APril 19- Easter Holiday
    • April 22- Easter Holiday

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

       

    April 8-12, 2019

                           Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

                                              Unit: Pets

                                  Focus: Digraph th

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  Subtraction Fluency Facts Assessment 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     April 3- Cayson Sparks

    April 4- John-Christopher Flint

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:  Snack Clean out

    • Tuesday:   Snack Clean out 

    • Wednesday:    SNack CLean Out

    • Thursday:     Snack Clean out 

    • Friday    Snack clean out

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Subtraction Facts

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:  Diagraph th

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates! 

    • April 12 Subtraction Fluency Assessment 
    • April 15- Easter Basket with 12 Plastic Eggs stuffed with treats Due
    • April 18- Easter Egg Hunt 
    • APril 19- Easter Holiday
    • April 22- Easter Holiday

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

       

    April 1-5, 2019

                           Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

                                              Unit: Plants

                                  Focus: Digraph sh 

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday- Happy Birthday Cayson

    • Thursday- Happy Birthday JCF

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     April 3- Cayson Sparks

    April 4- John-Christopher Flint

     

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:  Ruby 

    • Tuesday:   T'Kenli

    • Wednesday:    SNack CLean Out

    • Thursday:     Snack Clean out 

    • Friday    Snack clean out

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Subtraction Facts

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:  Digraph sh

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates! 

    • April 12 Subtraction Fluency Assessment 
    • April 15- Easter Basket with 12 Plastic Eggs stuffed with treats Due
    • April 18- Easter Egg Hunt 
    • APril 19- Easter Holiday
    • April 22- Easter Holiday

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

    February 25- March 1, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for snowflake 

    Unit: Dental Health

    Focus: Letter Ww

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Sight word assessment

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     February 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:    Cayson

    • Tuesday:   Ford

    • Wednesday:    Haley

    • Thursday:     Harmony

    • Friday    Jackson

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     did, that, will, with, sun

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter  Ww

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!  

    • March 5- Family Game Night
    • March 11-15- Spring Break
    • March 18- Teacher PD Day 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

    February 19-22, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for snowflake 

    Unit: Valentine's 

    Focus: Letter Xx

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  NO SCHOOL

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Sight word test

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     February 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:    

    • Tuesday:   Audrey

    • Wednesday:    Avery

    • Thursday:     Barry

    • Friday    Blaire

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     do, doll, out, but, are

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter  Xx

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!  

    • Feb 18- Teacher Word Day No School 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    February 11-15, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for snowflake 

    Unit: Valentine's 

    Focus: Letter Jj

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday-  Addition Fluency Assessment 

    • Thursday- Valentine Party 

    • Friday-  Valentines Cards Due 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     February 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     T'Kenli

    • Tuesday:   Alexa

    • Wednesday:    AJ

    • Thursday:     Valentine Party 

    • Friday    Asher

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     No sight words- Study math addition facts

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter  Jj

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

        

    • Feb 14- Valentine Party  
    • Feb 18- Teacher Word Day No School 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    February 4-8, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for snowflake 

    Unit: Winter

    Focus: Letter Vv

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday- Large Cereal Box Due

    • Wednesday-  

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  Valentines Cards Due 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     February 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     Madisyn

    • Tuesday:   Miriam 

    • Wednesday:    Polly

    • Thursday:     Rubin

    • Friday    Ruby

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     No sight words- Study math addition facts

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter  Vv

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

        

    • Feb 5- Bingo night 
    • Feb 18- Teacher Word Day No School 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

    January 28-Frebruary 1, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for snowflake 

    Unit: Winter

    Focus: Letter Dd

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday-  

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     January 

    Jan 7- Lucy

    Jan- 24- Polly

    Jan 25- Joy

    Jan 31- Mrs. Penny

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     JC

    • Tuesday:   Joy

    • Wednesday:    Kristi

    • Thursday:     Kuaye

    • Friday    Lucy

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     No sight words- Study math addition facts

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter  Dd

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

        

    • Feb 5- Bingo night 

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

    January 22-25, 2019

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for snowflake 

    Unit: Space

    Focus: Letter Yy 

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  Holiday- No SCHOOL

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday-  100th Day of School 

    • Thursday- Sight Word Assessment 

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     January 

    Jan 7- Lucy

    Jan- 24- Polly

    Jan 25- Joy

    Jan 31- Mrs. Penny

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:     

    • Tuesday:   Haley

    • Wednesday:    Harmony 

    • Thursday:     Jackson 

    • Friday    Jacques

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     away, because, does, find, fish

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter  Yy

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

        

    • January 21- Holiday No SCHOOL
    • January 23- 100th Day of School

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

     

    January 14-18, 2018

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for snowflake 

    Unit: Space

    Focus: Letter Ee 

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday- BPAC Trip- Report Cards come home 

    • Wednesday-  

    • Thursday- Sight Word Assessment 

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     January 

    Jan 7- Lucy

    Jan- 24- Polly

    Jan 25- Joy 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:    Avery 

    • Tuesday:    Barry 

    • Wednesday:    Blaire 

    • Thursday:     Cayson

    • Friday    Ford 

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     help, jump, come, funny, tree

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter  Ee

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

        

    • January 15- BPAC- Report Cards
    • January 21- Holiday No SCHOOL
    • January 23- 100th Day of School

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

     

    January 8-11, 2018

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for snowflake 

    Unit: Space

    Focus: Letter Cc 

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  Teacher work day No SCHOOL

    • Tuesday- Students Return

    • Wednesday-  

    • Thursday-

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     January 

    Jan 7- Lucy

    Jan- 24- Polly

    Jan 25- Joy 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:    

    • Tuesday:    Alexa  

    • Wednesday:    AJ 

    • Thursday:     Asher

    • Friday    Audrey

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     help, jump, come, funny, tree

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter  Cc 

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

        

    • January 7- No School Teacher Work Day
    • January 8- Students return to school 
    • January 15- BAPC- Report Cards
    • January 21- Holiday No SCHOOL
    • January 23- 100th Day of School

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

    December 17-21, 2018

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for santa claus 

    Unit: Christmas Week 3

    Focus: Letter Review 

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- Bring 3 gifts wrapped for Nursing Home 

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday-  Movie Day wear PJS

    • Thursday-Nursing Home visits- Lost Dog Pizza Party

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     December  

    Dec 13- Rubin

    Dec 18- Alexa 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:    Snack Clean out 

    • Tuesday:    Snack clean out  

    • Wednesday:    Snack clean out 

    • Thursday:     Snack clean out

    • Friday    Snack clean out 

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Review all sight words. 

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter  Review 

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

        

    • December 17- 3 Wrapped presents due for Nursing Home 
    • December 19-Holiday Movie- wear PJS or Robe 
    • December 20-Nursing home day- Class Party 11:00 - Lost Pizza 
    • December 21- HCC Dismissal 1:15

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

    December 10-14, 2018

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for santa claus 

    Unit: Christmas Week 2

    Focus: Letter Review

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday- Sight word assessment 

    • Thursday- $5.50 due for lost pizza 

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     December  

    Dec 13- Rubin

    Dec 18- Alexa 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:    T'Kenli

    • Tuesday:    Snack clean out  

    • Wednesday:    Snack clean out 

    • Thursday:     Snack clean out

    • Friday    Snack clean out 

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Review all sight words. Sight word assessment for Report card Dec. 12th! 

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  Please review these words with your child each night!  Please check the back of your child’s folder each week to review our words and practice any word not mastered.  My rule is “we look at them and know them.” We don’t try to sound them out.  Please do not remove these sheets from the back of the folder.

     

    Saxon:   Letter  Review 

     

    Saxon Reader

    **Thank you for returning your child’s Book Buddy Bag the following day.  We share these with the other 5K class.

    Book Buddy Bags- Please make sure you return the book back the following day.  We are sharing these books with the other kindergarten classroom.

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • identifies characters
    • tells the role (job) of an author/illustrator
    • actively participates in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
    • follows words from left to right, top to bottom, and page to page
    • tells that words are made of letters
    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowell-consonant)
    • reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • identifies front cover, back cover, and title page in informational text/literature
    • follows instructional directions
    • shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas in clear and complete sentences so that others can understand what I say

     

     

     

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

     

    • retells familiar stories with important (key) details
    • identifies the setting in a story
    • recognizes and produces (locates, hears, and says) rhyming words
    • counts syllables in spoken words
    • blends (puts together) syllables in spoken words
    • spells simple words (CVC) phonetically
    • tells the ending sound in CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words
    • tells (produces) the short sound of five major vowels
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sound

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Segments (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells the ending sound in CVC words
    • Adds or substitutes individual sounds to make new words (-at to bat and then cat)
    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text
    • Retells key details of an informational text
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events
    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar
    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I
    • Recognizes and names end punctuation ( ., ?, !, ", & ,)
    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    The following language arts skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Draws, dictates, or writes an informative piece including a topic and information about the topic
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding

     

     

    Math Math

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 1st nine week report card:

    • Counts to 25
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 5
    • Sort and classifies objects in many different ways by color, by count, by size, by shape
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside

    **Report cards will be issued Oct. 13th, so we will assess students by Oct. 6th.

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 2nd nine week report card:

    • counts by tens to 100
    • counts to 50
    • identifies numbers 1-25
    • writes numbers 1-20
    • tells how many objects are in a set up to 10
    • sorts and classifies objects in various ways

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 3rd nine week report card:

    • counts to 75
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Names 3D solid shapes (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere)
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)

    The following math skills will be assessed on the 4th nine week report card:

    • Tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to ten
    • Counts to 100
    • Tells how many objects are in a set up to 20
    • Subtracts fluently within 5
    • Solves addition word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Solves subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings
    • Finds the missing number in addition problems to equal 10
    • Shows that numbers 11-19 are made of tens and ones
    • Builds a number to 10 in many different ways

     

     

    Ongoing Math Skills:

    • counts orally to 25/50/75/100

    • neatly writes numerals 0-20

    • counting and recognizing numbers 1-25

    • counting by 10’s to 100

    • counting by 5’s to 100

    • position words (above, below, beside, inside, outside)

    • less than, greater than, equal to

    • comparing numbers

    • graphing

    • classifying/sorting objects by color, size, shape, and count

    • identify 2D shapes

     

    writing Language Arts/Writing

    **Ongoing Skills that we will work on throughout the year**

    • Book/Story Elements

      • Identify the title, title page, front cover, author, illustrator, setting and characters of a story or book

    • Syllables/rhyming words/opposites

    • Beginning sounds/ending sounds

    • Tells short sound of five major vowels

    • Tells sounds of all consonant letters

    • Recognizes all 26 letters (upper and lower case)

    • Retells familiar stories with important (key) details

    • Writes a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds

    • Recognizes and names punctuation (. ? !)

    • Capitalizes the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I

    • Describes people, places, things, and events that are familiar

    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell about a single event or several linked events

    • Retells key details of an informational text

    • Identifies the main topic of an informational text

    • Opinion writing pieces- Ex. “I like…. because….”

     

    PBIS

    Be Safe!

    Be Respectful!

    Be Responsible!

     

    reminder Important Dates!

       

    • December 12- Sight word assessment (all sight words) for report card
    • Decemeber 13- $5.50 due for Lost Pizza Christmas Party 
    • December 17- 3 Wrapped presents due for Nursing Home 
    • December 19-Holiday Movie- wear PJS or Robe 
    • December 20-Nursing home day- Class Party 11:00 - Lost Pizza 
    • December 21- HCC Dismissal 1:15

     Character Education:

    Patriots are:

     P ersistant

     A mbitious

     T rustworthy

     R esepectful

     I nnoviative

     O rganized

     T olerant

     S elf- Controlled

    December 3-7, 2018

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                                                                         

    Image result for santa claus 

    Unit: Christmas Week 1

    Focus: Letter Zz

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     December  

    Dec 13- Rubin

    Dec 18- Alexa 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 24

     

    • Monday:    Madisyn

    • Tuesday:     Miriam

    • Wednesday:    Polly 

    • Thursday:     Rubin

    • Friday    Ruby

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Review all sight words. Sight word assessment for Report card Dec. 12th! 

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Thursdays.  P