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Weeks of September 30 and October 7, 2019

Kindergarten

Weeks of September 30 and October 7, 2019 Kindergarten Scholars Upcoming important dates 10/1 - Fire

Scholars

Upcoming important dates

10/1 - Fire Prevention Activities

10/15 - Open School House/Academic Success Night 5:15-7:15pm

10/22 - Picture Day

10/25 - No School; Staff only day

Food Pantry open - Every Tuesday 2:30-5:30pm and Thursday 1-3pm

Early release at 1:15 - Every Monday

Birthdays

Victor -10/7 - Wocelka

Anthony - 10/9 - Braun

Reinella - 10/19 -Wocelka

Dylan T. - 10/24 - Kuecker

Jah’Mir 10/26 - Cashin

Learning links - What we’re doing these weeks

Reading

Writing

Phonics

Math

Science / Social Studies

We are reading the texts:

We will work on handwriting and learning the letters I i, N n, D d, O o, L l, R r

We are learning these letters: I, N, D, O, L, R (previous letters:

A, T, M, S, F, P)

We are learning about: Notice, describe, extend and create patterns in math, addition concepts to 5, working with 10 frames, counting and comparing numbers of dots and working with math concepts greater than, less than, equal to/the same as.

We are learning about:

-Let’s Sing It -Big Black Bug -There Was a Tree

-Being assertive to get what we need -Understanding feelings in ourselves and others -Zones of Regulation -Trees and Leaves

(previous letters:

We are working on hearing the parts or syllables in words. (ie. “bug” has one part and “insect” has two parts)

Skills:

-Text Genres (Fiction, nonfiction, song/poem) -Author’s message -Comparing texts -Sequencing

Aa, Tt, Mm, Ss, Ff, and Pp)

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Home​ connections

Important word to know:

What it means:

Genre

Types of texts. In kindergarten we will focus on fiction (fake), nonfiction (real) and songs/poems.

Literacy connections: When you read with your Scholar, be sure to ask them what kind of book they are reading.

1. Is it fiction, nonfiction or a song/poem?

2. How do they know?

a. Is it made up?

b. Is it about something they have seen in their life?

c. Talk about the illustrations. Are they photographs or drawings?

3. Sort your books into these categories.

Math connections: You can work with your Scholar on counting and comparing numbers at home. Ask your scholar to count how many slices of apples they have (or something you have on hand) and compare that to the number of fingers you are holding up. Which is more or greater than? Which is less or less than? Are they the same or equal to each other?

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