I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving last week, spending time with family, enjoying time off and eating yummy foods. Also, thank you so much for all of your donations to the Kindergarten Thanksgiving Feast last week. The children had a wonderful time celebrating Thanksgiving with their classmates.
Can you believe Winter Break is almost here? Only three short weeks of school left. As the weather gets colder outside, please be sure to have your child wear a coat to school.
In Language Arts, we will be reading many winter themed books in the coming weeks! I love this time of year! We will also be reviewing short a and short i word families.
In math, we will be learning ordinal numbers (1st-10th) in the upcoming weeks.
Thank you for all your support at home!
Family projects are due on Monday, December 7th!
Be on the lookout for more information about our Winter Party in your child’s OWL folder.
Your children are doing a wonderful job in Kindergarten. This week we will begin reading and math rotations.
Recently, we have been reciting Jack & Jill and the Itsy Bitsy Spider. We are working on pointing to each word and reciting these nursery rhymes.
We have also been learning color words. This past week, we read Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?. Your child completed a sequencing headband where they put the pictures in order and colored them according to the book.
In math, we finished up our unit on shapes. We created shape people to review how many sides and corners each shape has. I put them in the hallway to show of their hard work!
Welcome to Kindergarten in Room E133. I am very excited to teach your children this year. We are off to a great start! We have enjoyed the past 8 days and we can’t wait for the rest of the year.
In math, we are learning positional words such as between, under, on top of, beside, etc. Ask your child about the Pete the Cat: Wheels On The Bus book we read and how we used Pete to help us learn those words!
This week, we have been learning the nursery rhyme, “Humpty Dumpty.” We are practicing pointing to each word as we recite the nursery rhyme. Ask your child to recite it for you at home.
In Social Studies, we have been learning school rules and how to be a good citizen. We read the books “No, David,” and “David Goes to School” to help teach us appropriate behavior at school. The students enjoyed sorting the good choices and bad choices that David makes in each book.
Please continue having your child practice writing their first and last name.
If you have any questions, please contact me at Llitton@ccps.us