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    November29-December 3, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

    Unit: Christmas Week #1

    Geography of Christmas 

    Focus: Letter Uu

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     December

     

    Reese- Dec 18th

    Hadley- Dec 24th 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:    Jesaiah

    • Tuesday:    Kathryn

    • Wednesday:    Laila

    • Thursday:      Landyn

    • Friday    Mason

     

      

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.

     

    NO NEW SIGHT WORDS REVIEW 

    Saxon:   Letter 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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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!

       

    • November 22-26-Thanksgiving 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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 8-12, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

    Unit: Native Americans

    Thanksgiving Day 2021 Canada Wishes, Status, Quotes, Message & Images - Top  Stories 247 

    Focus: Letter Kk

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday- Over sized shirt due

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- $1 Free Dress due 

    • Friday-  Sight word assessment 

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     November

    Nov 15- Kathryn

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:    Brooks

    • Tuesday:    Caylee

    • Wednesday:    Dallas

    • Thursday:      EJ

    • Friday    Graves

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    my here play make birthday

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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!

       

    • November 9- White t shirt due 
    • Novemeber 11- Free dress pay $1
    • November 22-26-Thanksgiving 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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 1-5, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

    Unit: Mississippi

    Mississippi State Veteran Benefits | Military.com 

    Focus: Letter Rr

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday- Holiday half raffle begins

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  Sight word assessment 

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     November

    Nov 15- Kathryn

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:    Patton

    • Tuesday:    Reese

    • Wednesday:    Rylan

    • Thursday:      Amelia

    • Friday    Brodi

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    girl boy he she school

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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!

       

    • November 9- White t shirt due 
    • Novemeber 11- Free dress pay $1
    • November 22-26-Thanksgiving 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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 25-28, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

    Unit: Spiders

    Amazon.com: Brwoynn Halloween Hanging Spiders, Realistic Looking Hairy  Spiders, Halloween Kids Spider Toys for Halloween Party Haunted House  Decorations, 6 Pack : Toys & Games 

    Focus: Letter Ff

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Sight word assessment 

    • Friday-   BULL BOTTOM 

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    Sept

    Oct 14- Ian

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:    Kathryn

    • Tuesday:    Laila

    • Wednesday:    Landyn

    • Thursday:      Mason

    • Friday    

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    said go see car dog 

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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 Ff

     

    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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 5- Fall Festival 
    • October 14-18 Fall Break NO SCHOOL
    • October 29- Bull Bottom Farms

     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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 11-14, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

    Unit: Fall

    Why Do The British Say "Autumn" Instead of "Fall"? - The Fact Site 

    Focus: Letter Ii

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Sight word assessment 

    • Friday-   FALL BREAK NO SCHOOL

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    Sept

    Oct 14- Ian

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:    Dallas

    • Tuesday:    EJ

    • Wednesday:    Graves

    • Thursday:      Grayson

    • Friday    

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    look, ball, it, to, house 

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 5- Fall Festival 
    • October 14-18 Fall Break NO SCHOOL
    • October 29- Bull Bottom Farms

     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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 4-8, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

    Unit: Fire Safety

    State Fire Marshal Gives Fire Safety Tips for National Fire Prevention Week  - Rutherford Source 

    Focus: Letter Mm

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  Study all sight words

    • Tuesday- Study all sight words  

    • Wednesday- Study all sight words 

    • Thursday- Test on all sight words learned 

    • Friday-   Test on all sight words learned

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    Sept

    Oct 14- Ian

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:    Rylan

    • Tuesday:    Amelia

    • Wednesday:    Brodi

    • Thursday:      Brooks

    • Friday    Caylee

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    STUDY ALL

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 5- Fall Festival 
    • October 29- Bull Bottom Farms

     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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 27- October 1, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

    Unit: Football

    College football class signing limits nearing NCAA expansion - Sports  Illustrated 

    Focus: Letter Nn

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  Study all sight words

    • Tuesday- Study all sight words  

    • Wednesday- Study all sight words 

    • Thursday- Study all sight words 

    • Friday-   Study all sight words 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    Sept

    Sept 5- Amelia 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:    Laila

    • Tuesday:    Landyn

    • Wednesday:    Mason

    • Thursday:      Patton

    • Friday    Reese

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    STUDY ALL

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 29- Bull Bottom Farms

     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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 20-24, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

    Unit: 5 Senses

    Are You Using Your Five Senses to Stay Safe? - Incident Prevention 

    Focus: Letter Aa

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday-   

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-   Sight word assessment 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    Sept

    Sept 5- Amelia 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:    Hadley

    • Tuesday:    Henry

    • Wednesday:    Ian

    • Thursday:      Jesaiah-True

    • Friday    Mrs. Bowen

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    you     up      little       cat      of

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 29- Bull Bottom Farms

     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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 13-17 , 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

    Unit: Nutrition

    Nutrition – The Peaceful Parents 

    Focus: Letter Pp

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday-   

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Booster club fun day $1 to dress out of uniform

    • Friday-   Sight word assessment 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    Sept

    Sept 5- Amelia 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:    Dallas 

    • Tuesday:    EJ

    • Wednesday:    Graves

    • Thursday:      Gray

    • Friday    Grayson

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    six     seven      eight     nine     ten

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 29- Bull Bottom Farms

     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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 7-10, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

    Unit: Friends 

    255,157 Friends Vector Images - Free & Royalty-free Friends Vectors |  Depositphotos® 

    Focus: Letter Tt

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  NO SCHOOL

    • Tuesday-   

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Booster club fun day $1 to dress out of uniform

    • Friday-   Sight word assessment 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    Sept

    Sept 5- Amelia 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:     NO SCHOOL

    • Tuesday:    Amelia

    • Wednesday:    Brodi

    • Thursday:      Brooks

    • Friday    Caylee

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    can I we is and on

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 6- 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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 30-September 3, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                             Image result for back to school clipart                     

     

    Unit: Family 

     

    Focus: Letter Hh

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday-   

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-   Sight word assessment 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    August

    August 2- Dallas

    August 15- EJ & Rylan

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:     Landyn

    • Tuesday:    Mason

    • Wednesday:    Patton

    • Thursday:      Reese

    • Friday    Rylan

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    me the a like mother father

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 6- 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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 23-27, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                             Image result for back to school clipart                     

     

    Unit: Colors Review 

     

    Focus: Letter Gg

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday-   

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-   Sight word assessment 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    August

    August 2- Dallas

    August 15- EJ & Rylan

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:     EJ

    • Tuesday:     Graves

    • Wednesday:    Gray

    • Thursday:      Grayson

    • Friday    Hadley

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    zero one two three four five

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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 Gg

     

    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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    Math Math

    • 0-5   

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 6- 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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 16-20, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                             Image result for back to school clipart                     

     

    Unit: Colors Review 

     

    Focus: Letter Oo

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday-   Bring Non-Peanut M&Ms

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-   Sight word assessment 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    August

    August 2- Dallas

    August 15- EJ & Rylan

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:     EJ

    • Tuesday:     Graves

    • Wednesday:    Gray

    • Thursday:      Grayson

    • Friday    Hadley

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    pink black white brown

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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 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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    Math Math

    • Shapes   

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 6- 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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 9-13, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

     

                                             Image result for back to school clipart                     

     

    Unit: Shapes Review 

     

    Focus: Letter Ll

     

    PLEASE BRING A WATER BOTTLE TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY!!!

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-  

    • Tuesday-   

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday

    • Friday-  1st Sight word assessment 

     

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    August

    August 2- Dallas

    August 15- EJ & Rylan

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 20

     

    • Monday:     Amelia

    • Tuesday:     Brodi

    • Wednesday:    Brooks

    • Thursday:     Caylee 

    • Friday    Dallas

     

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     

    red blue green purple orange yellow 

     

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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 Ll 

     

    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
    • tells the beginning sounds in three-phoneme words (consonant-vowel-consonant)
    • Uses question words- who, what, where, when, how
    • Uses learned words/phrases when talking and responding to text
    • Compares and contrasts the actions (adventures and experiences) of characters in familiar stories
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

     

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

    • counts the number of words and spaces in print
    • 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
    • names opposites (antonyms)
    • recognizes uppercase (capital) letters
    • recognizes lowercase letters
    • tells (produces) consonant sounds
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • Segment (separates) syllables in spoken words
    • Tells how the illustrations and the text of a book are connected
    • Draws, dictates, or writes to tell (narrates) about a single event or several linked events

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

    • Identifies major events in a story
    • Tells the middle 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
    • 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
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight

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

    • Spells simple words phonetically (CVC Words)
    • Tells (produces) the long sound of the five major vowels
    • Reads grade-level text with purpose and understanding
    • Reads common high frequency words by sight
    • draws, dictates, or writes to express opinion in writing (like, dislikes)
    • Collaborates (works) with others to gather information from many sources including digital tools, to produce and publish a writing project

     

     

    Math Math

    • Shapes   

    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 by color
    • Names 2D flat shapes- square, rectangle, triangle, circle, hexagon
    • Uses position words: over/under, above/below, inside/outside
    • Identifies numbers to 10
    • Write numbers to 10

     

     

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

    • Names 3D solid shapes- cone cylinder cube sphere
    • 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 by count
    • tells which group is greater than, less than, or equal to another group of objects up to 10

     

    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 15
    • Uses terms of measurement (longer/shorter, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller
    • Adds fluently within 5
    • Solves addition number sentences within 10 (Example 3 + 7 = ___)
    • counts by tens to 100
    • Sorts and classifies objects by size

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

    • 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
    • Sorts and classifies objects by shape

     

     

    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 9- Students first day 
    • September 6- 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 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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.

    June 1-4, 2021

    JUNE CAMP

     

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: No unit 

    Focus: Letter Review 

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- NO SCHOOL

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    June

    Henry- June 1

    Lexi- June 14

    Betty- Jene 22

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:     

    • Tuesday:      Lexi 

    • Wednesday:  Logan

    • Thursday:   Maddie 

    • Friday   Paige

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    REVIEW

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Letter Review 

     

     

    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

     

    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 31- NO SCHOOL MEMORIAL DAY

     

     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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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!

    May 24-28, 2021

    Small Farms | Alternative Farming Systems Information Center | NAL | USDA 

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Farm

    Focus: Sneaky e

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    May

    N/A

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:     Betty 

    • Tuesday:      Emily

    • Wednesday:  Henry

    • Thursday:   Kate

    • Friday   Kinsley

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    REVIEW

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  sneaky e

     

     

    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

     

    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 31- NO SCHOOL MEMORIAL DAY

     

     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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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!

    May 17-21, 2021

    The secret life of pets 

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Pets

    Focus: OO

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    May

    N/A

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:     Virlge

    • Tuesday:      Ace

    • Wednesday:  Alaina

    • Thursday:   AK

    • Friday   Berch

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    REVIEW

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  OO

     

     

    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

     

    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 31- NO SCHOOL MEMORIAL DAY

     

     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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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!

    May 10-14, 2021

    a 

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Transportation 

    Focus: TH

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    May

    N/A

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:     N/A

    • Tuesday:      N/A

    • Wednesday:  N/A

    • Thursday:   N/A

    • Friday   N/A

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    REVIEW

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  TH

     

     

    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

     

    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 31- NO SCHOOL MEMORIAL DAY

     

     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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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

    May 3-7, 2021

    Community Helpers Clipart Job Clip Art Profession Clipart | Etsy 

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Community Helpers 

    Focus: SH

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    May

    N/A

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:     N/A

    • Tuesday:      N/A

    • Wednesday:  N/A

    • Thursday:   N/A

    • Friday   N/A

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    REVIEW

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  SH

     

     

    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

     

    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 31- NO SCHOOL MEMORIAL DAY

     

     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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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

    April 26-30, 2021

     

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: 5 senses

    Focus: CK

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday- Sight word assessment 

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    April

    April 17- Berchman

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:     Logan

    • Tuesday:      Maddie

    • Wednesday:  Paige

    • Thursday:   Paxton

    • Friday   Will

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    all get went has name 

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  CK

     

     

    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

     

    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

    N/A

     

     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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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.

    April 12-16, 2021

    d  

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Nutrition

    Focus: Qu

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday- Sight word assessment 

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    April

    April 17- Berchman

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:     Ace

    • Tuesday:    Alaina

    • Wednesday:    Ak

    • Thursday:   Berch

    • Friday   Betty

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    did that will with sun

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Qu

     

     

    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

     

    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

    N/A

     

     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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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.

    April 5-10, 2021

    Friends Vector Images, Royalty-free Friends Vectors | Depositphotos®

     

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Friends 

    Focus: Ww

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    April

    April 17- Berchman

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:     Maddie 

    • Tuesday:    Paige

    • Wednesday:    Paxton

    • Thursday:   Will 

    • Friday   Virgle

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    NO NEW SIGHT WORDS

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Ww

     

     

    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

     

    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 Date 

    -April 2- Easter 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 29-April 1, 2021

    5

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Easter

    Focus: Xx

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    March

    March 6- Emily 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:     Kate

    • Tuesday:    Kinsley

    • Wednesday:    Lexi

    • Thursday:   Logan

    • Friday   Easter Break

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    NO NEW SIGHT WORDS

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Xx

     

     

    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

     

    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 Date 

    -April 2- Easter 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 22-26, 2021

    6 Quick and Easy Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring - Riverwalk Flats &  Rowhouses

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Plants

    Focus: Jj

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    March

    March 6- Emily 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:     AK

    • Tuesday:    Berch

    • Wednesday:    Betty

    • Thursday:   EMily

    • Friday   Henry

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    NO NEW SIGHT WORDS

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Jj

     

     

    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

     

    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 Date 

    -April 2- Easter 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 15-19, 2021

    6 Quick and Easy Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring - Riverwalk Flats &  Rowhouses

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Spring/Insects

    Focus: Dd/Vv

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    March

    March 6- Emily 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 17

    • Monday:     Will

    • Tuesday:    Zaidin

    • Wednesday:    Virgle

    • Thursday:   Ace

    • Friday   Alaina

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    NO NEW SIGHT WORDS

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Vv/Dd

     

     

    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

     

    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 Date 

    -March 8-12- 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 1-5, 2021

    Mississippi sees record jump in reported COVID-19 cases

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Mississippi 

    Focus: Yy

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday- Sight word test 

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    March

    March 6- Emily 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 17

    • Monday:     Lexi  

    • Tuesday:    Logan

    • Wednesday:    Maddie

    • Thursday:   Paige

    • Friday   Paxton

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    do but doll are out 

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Yy

     

     

    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

     

    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 Date 

    -March 8-12- 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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.

    Monday February 22, 2021

     

    I Ready 

     

    Please complete 30 Minutes on I Ready Reading and 30 Minutes on I Ready Math 

    m

    I am ready to see everyone!

     

    I would love to see your child's sight word sentences that they came up with using only sight words from last weeks work. Please send a picture via school status!  

     

    ** We will still have our sight words test THIS Friday!

    Sight words:

    away 

    does

    because

    find

    fish

     

     

    SNOW DAYS February 18 and 19, 2021

    h

    j

    ^^^

    Make 5 sentences using ONLY sight words and recieve a prize when we return to school! Use neat handwriting! 

    g

    Send pictures or videos when completing these tasks! I would love to see your work! 

    Count by 10s video                             Count by 5s Video

    Count to 100 by 1's

     

    ^

    Links for counting!

     


    AR at home!

    1. Find a book at home 2. Go to arbookfind.com- Link attached below 3. type the name of the book in to see if it is an AR book 4. If the book is and AR book read it 2 to 3 times- Go to renaissance- Link attached below --- you may read to your child or your child may read the book on his/her own 5. Login Username: firstnamelastname Password: abc EXAMPLE: emilybowen abc 6. Type the name of the book in and select the correct cover of the book 7. Take the quiz (comprehension questions about the book read)

    YOU CAN ONLY ACCESS AR ON Monday-Friday 7:45 to 2:45 *** There is an option to have the questions read to you on select books. If the book allows the questions to be read there will an option to click "on" beside the headphones - if the book read does not have the option to click "on" simply read the questions aloud to your child

     

    AR book finder

     

    ^

    Link for AR book finder 

     

     

    Login to take an AR test

    ^

    Where you login to take an AR test! 

     

    Send a picure of your completed AR test and receive a treat when we return to school!

     

     

     

     

    February 16-19, 2021

    Image result for national symbols clip art usa

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: National Symbols 

    Focus: Ee

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- No School 

    • Tueday-  

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Math test 

    • Friday- Sight word test 

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    February

    Feb 10- Paige 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 17

    • Monday:     

    • Tuesday:    Ace 

    • Wednesday:    Alaina

    • Thursday:   AK

    • Friday   Berch

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    away does find because fish

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Ee

     

     

    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

     

    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 Date 

    -March 8-12- 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 8-11, 2021

    Image result for valentine's day

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit:Valentines

    Focus: Cc

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-

    • Tueday- V day cards due 

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- V day party

    • Friday- NO SCHOOL

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    February

    Feb 10- Paige 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 17

    • Monday:   Paige

    • Tuesday:   Paxton

    • Wednesday:    Will

    • Thursday:   Zaidin

    • Friday   

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    REVIEW ALL

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Cc

     

     

    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

     

    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 Date 

    -Feb 12-15- Winter 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 1-5, 2021

    How Oral Probiotics Can Help Your Dental Health

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Unit: Dental Health

    Focus: Zz

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- Review sight words

    • Tueday- Review sight words

    • Wednesday- Review sight words

    • Thursday- Review sight words

    • Friday- Review sight words

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

    February

    Feb 10- Paige 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 17

    • Monday:   Kate

    • Tuesday:   Kinsley

    • Wednesday:    Lexi

    • Thursday:   Logan

    • Friday    Maddie

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    REVIEW ALL

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Zz

     

     

    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

     

    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 Date 

    -Feb 12-15- Winter 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 25-29, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Happy New Year 2021: Images, Wishes, Memes, GIF, Quotes, and Videos

    Unit: Winter/penguins

    Focus: Uu

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- Review sight words

    • Tueday- Review sight words

    • Wednesday- Review sight words

    • Thursday- Review sight words

    • Friday- Review sight words

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     January

    Jan 9- Maddie 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:   AK

    • Tuesday:   Berch

    • Wednesday:   Betty

    • Thursday:   Emily

    • Friday    Henry

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    REVIEW ALL

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Uu

     

     

    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

     

    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 Date 

    -Feb 12-15- Winter 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 18-22, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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    Happy New Year 2021: Images, Wishes, Memes, GIF, Quotes, and Videos

    Unit: Winter

    Focus: Bb

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- No SCHOOL

    • Tueday-

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday- Sight word test

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     January

    Jan 9- Maddie 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:   

    • Tuesday:     Will

    • Wednesday:   Zaidin

    • Thursday:   Ace

    • Friday    Alaina

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    birthday my here play make

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Bb

     

     

    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

     

    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 18- Holiday No School 

    -Feb 12-15- Winter 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 11-15, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Happy New Year 2021: Images, Wishes, Memes, GIF, Quotes, and Videos

    Unit: Solar System

    Focus: Kk

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-

    • Tueday- Booster fun day- Pay $1 to dress out of uniform

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday- Sight word test

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     January

    Jan 9- Maddie 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:   Kate

    • Tuesday:     Lexi

    • Wednesday:    Maddie

    • Thursday:   Paige

    • Friday    Paxton

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    birthday my here play make

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Kk

     

     

    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

     

    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 14- Booster Fun Day Pay $1 to dress our of uniform
    • Jan 18- Holiday 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 4-8, 2021

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Happy New Year 2021: Images, Wishes, Memes, GIF, Quotes, and Videos

    Unit: Space

    Focus: Review

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-

    • Tuesday-Booster Club meeting 6:30

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     January

    Jan 9- Maddie 

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 16

    • Monday:   AK

    • Tuesday:     Berch 

    • Wednesday:    Betty

    • Thursday:   Emily

    • Friday    Henry

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    girl boy he she school

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Review

     

     

    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

     

    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 4- Students Return to School
    • Jan 14- Booster Fun Day Pay $1 to dress our of uniform
    • Jan 18- Holiday 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 14-18, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Christmas Cartoons for kids | Merry Xmas video for Children | Learn  Christmas | Club Baboo - YouTube

    Unit: Christmas

    Focus: Rr

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-

    • Tuesday-

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday- Christmas party Dismissal 1:00

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     December 

    N/A

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 15

    • Monday:   N/A

    • Tuesday:     N/A

    • Wednesday:    N/A

    • Thursday:   N/A

    • Friday    N/A

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    No new sight words: REVIEW 

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Rr

     

     

    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

     

    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!

    • Dec 18- HCC dismissal 1:00
    • Dec 21-Jan 1-  Christmas Holiday 
    • Jan 4- Students Return to 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 7-11, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Christmas Cartoons for kids | Merry Xmas video for Children | Learn  Christmas | Club Baboo - YouTube

    Unit: Christmas

    Focus: Ff

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-

    • Tuesday-

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday-

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     December 

    N/A

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 15

    • Monday:   N/A

    • Tuesday:     N/A

    • Wednesday:    N/A

    • Thursday:   N/A

    • Friday    N/A

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    said, go, see, car, dog

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Ff

     

     

    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!

    • Dec 18- HCC dismissal 1:00
    • Dec 21-Jan 1-  Christmas Holiday 
    • Jan 4- Students Return to 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 30-December 4, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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    Christmas Cartoons for kids | Merry Xmas video for Children | Learn  Christmas | Club Baboo - YouTube

    Unit: Christmas

    Focus: Ss

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-

    • Tuesday- Booster Club meeting 6:00

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • Friday-

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     December 

    N/A

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 14

    • Monday:   N/A

    • Tuesday:     N/A

    • Wednesday:    N/A

    • Thursday:   N/A

    • Friday    N/A

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    as, in, at, too, boat 

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Ss

     

     

    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!

    • Dec 18- HCC dismissal 1:00
    • Dec 21-Jan 1-  Christmas Holiday 
    • Jan 4- Students Return to 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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 16-20, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Best Thanksgiving Quotes and Wishes Ideas (2020)

    Unit: Football

    Focus: Ii

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday-

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- Report cards

    • Friday- Report cards due back

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    November 

    Paxton- 20th

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 14

    • Monday:   Ace 

    • Tuesday:     Alaina

    • Wednesday:    AK

    • Thursday:   Berch

    • Friday    Betty

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

    Review All red blue green purple orange yellow brown white black pink zero three five one four two me the a like mother father I can we and is on eight six ten nine seven you up little cat of house to look it ball 

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Ii

     

     

    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 23-27- Thanksgining Holiday

     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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 26-30, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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    Roanoke, other areas not changing date for trick-or-treat

    Unit: Pumpkins & Spiders

    Focus: Aa

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • FridaySight Word Assessment/Halloween Fun Day WEAR COSTUMES

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    October 

    N/A

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 14

    • Monday:   Ace

    • Tuesday:     Alaina

    • Wednesday:    Ana Kobe

    • Thursday:   Berchman

    • Friday    Mrs. Bowen

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Sight word test Friday Oct. 30- you, up, little, cat, of

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Aa

     

     

    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!

    • Oct 30- Sight word assessment 
    • Oct 30- Halloween Fun Friday- Wear your costume!

     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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 19-23, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Autumn Songs for Children - Autumn Leaves are Falling Down - Kids Songs by  The Learning Station - YouTube

    Unit: Fall Week #2

    Focus: Pp

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • FridaySight Word Assessment 

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    October 

    N/A

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 15

    • Monday:   Maddie

    • Tuesday:     Paige

    • Wednesday:    Paxton

    • Thursday:   Will

    • Friday    Zaidin 

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Sight word test Friday Oct. 23- eight, six, ten, nine, seven

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Pp

     

     

    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!

    • Oct 23- Sight word assessment 
    • Oct 30- Halloween Fun Friday- Wear your costume!

     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.  Please also send me a school status message noting the change. 

     

    Please do not drop off before 7:20 in the mornings.  Teachers are not on duty until 7:20; 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 13-16, 2020

    Welcome to our Kindergarten Weekly News!

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

    Autumn Songs for Children - Autumn Leaves are Falling Down - Kids Songs by  The Learning Station - YouTube

    Unit: Fall

    Focus: Review

     

    Important Classroom Reminders This Week

    • Monday- NO SCHOOL

    • Tuesday

    • Wednesday

    • Thursday- 

    • FridaySight Word Assessment 

     

    Star Student

     

    Birthday

     

    October 

    N/A

     

    Snack Schedule

     

    Please send snacks in individual portions. No snacks containing peanuts!! Thank you! 15

    • Monday:   NO SCHOOL

    • Tuesday:     Emily

    • Wednesday:    Henry

    • Thursday:   Kate

    • Friday    Lexi 

      

    Sight Words for the Week:sight words

     Sight word test Friday Oct. 16- I, can, we, and, is, on

    **Sight words will be assessed on Fridays.  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.  

     Saxon:  Letter Review

     Saxon Reader:

    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/sm