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Look What’s Happening in Kindergarten

We are finally back to a full and normal week.  It looks like the temperature for this week has definitely improved from last week.  However, that being said, please remember to send a coat with your child everyday.  We will be going outside whenever the weather cooperates.  We are also trying to be very diligent about coughing and sneezing into a tissue or our arms and using hand sanitizer regularly to help minimize the spreading of germs.  Let’s stay proactive and healthy!!

Here’s what’s happening in the classroom this week.

MATH – This week we are beginning to tell time to the hour on both digital and analogue clocks. 

SCIENCE – This week we will experiment with and make observations about shadows. 

RELIGION – This week we will be reading the story “he Good Shepherd”.  We will also be taking Rachael’s Challenge.

READING/LANGUAGE ARTS – This week we will be decoding 5 new sight words, attaching the /j/ sound to the letter J, the /f/ sound to the letter F, the short /u/ to the letter U, /ks/ to x, and /z/ to Z.  We will read and respond to a decodable and play learning games.  Our story for the week is “Bear Shadow”.

HANDWRITING – This week we will practice the letters s, m, k, w, x, q, p, and h.  We will continue to work on writing our last names correctly.

WRITING WORKSHOP – This week we will be writing about snowflakes.  We will begin to explore the writing process.  We will brainstorm and write one complete sentence about snowflakes.

 

Happy New Year Kindergarten!

I hope everyone had a wonderful and blessed holiday season.  May 2018 be a year full of happiness, health, and love for all!

This is a very short week.  Therefore, there will be no written homework.  Please keep practicing sight words.  New words will be coming home next Monday.

It’s cold and flu season!  Please make sure if your child is ill he/she stays home from school.  All students need to be fever free for 24 hours, without medication, before returning to school.  This helps reduce the spreading of germs.  Thanks so much!

HAVE A GREAT WEEK!

 

Happy New Year!

January Events…

1/8 CIA Meeting @3:30

1/9 Rachel’s Challenge

1/15 No School…MLK Holiday

1/16&1/17 Vision and Hearing Screenings

1/21 Open House from 12- 2p.m.

1/28 Catholic Schools’ Week Begins

This Week in 2nd Grade

Important Dates

12/12 Science Test

12/15 Spelling Test, Religion Test

12/18 Verb Quiz, Christmas Program at 6pm

12/19 Christmas Party 9:30-11:15, 11:30 dismissal, no aftercare

12/20-1/3 Christmas Break

 

Reading: This week we are reading about how Christmas is celebrated in different parts of the world. There will not be a reading test this week.

Spelling: Test on Friday

Advent, Christmas, Jesus, evergreen, stocking, wreath, cookies, angel, chimney, snowflake, stable, holiday

Language: We will be writing Christmas poems and stories this week as well as learning more about verbs.

Math: This week we tackle the important skill of adding two-digit numbers with regrouping.

Religion: Advent is here and we preparing for the coming of Jesus by learning about his birth. A test over the Christmas story will be on Friday.

Science: Test over Chapter 3: People Grow and Change is on Tuesday.

Social Studies: We will doing a little practice with map skills, including using a compass rose and map keys.