Look What’s Happening In Kindergarten
This is a very exciting and wonderful week. It’s Catholic Schools Week. We have many exciting things planned to help celebrate the week.
Monday – Student Appreciation Day!-out of uniform day
Tuesday – St. John Vianney Day
Wednesday – Parent Appreciation Day!
Thursday – Faculty/Staff Appreciation Day!
Friday – Grandparents Day! 11:30 dismissal (or students may leave with their grandparents prior to 11:30)
We hope you can take part in celebrating this wonderful week with us!
Again, the weather this week is forcasted to be VERY cold. Please help your child remember his/her winter coat, hats,gloves. We will not be going outside for recess as long as the “feels like” temp is less than 32 degrees, but we still have to walk outside to PE and lunch. We want to do everything we can to keep the kiddos healthy. Thanks so much!
Here’s what’s happening in the classroom.
MATH – This week we will review right and left, sort and identify tangrams, and measure length using nonstandard units.
RELIGION – This week we will celebrate Catholic Schools Week, and read the Bible story “God Helps Joseph”.
SOCIAL STUDIES – This week we will continue to discuss different kinds of jobs and the difference between needs and wants.
HANDWRITING – This week we will focus on spelling and writing sight words. We will also continue to focus on writing and spelling last names.
READING – This week we will decode 5 new sight words, build words using letter tiles, practice sound-by-sound blending, read and respond to a decodable, develope an understanding of new vocabulary words, and review reality and fantasy. We will aslo be taking our Benchmark Assessment.
1/27 Out of uniform day
1/28 St. John Vianney Day
1/29 Parents Appreciation Day
1/30 No All School Mass, Faculty/Staff Appreciation Day
1/31 All School Mass, Grandparents Day, 11:30 dismissal, Snowman project due