Here is what you need to know in Kindergarten for this week.
Monday – gym and music. Pizza lunch/I will be providing a pizza lunch for the students. They reached their goal of beating their winter score on the NWEA Reading test. Each child will receive 2 slices of pizza, a drink, and dessert. Please be sure to send a morning snack. Please return your RSVP for our Mother’s Day Tea.
Tuesday – music.
Wednesday – gym and book buddies. We will be visiting the book fair today. Be sure to bring your money if you are buying books.
Thursday – science enrichment.
Friday – art. We will be taking our NWEA Math test today. Be sure your child is well rested and eats a good breakfast. Our Mother’s Day Tea Party starts at 2:30 p.m. Please be on time.
Show and tell begins this week. Be sure to check the schedule I sent home last week for your child’s day to present. They need to prepare at home for their show and tell presentation as they will be graded.
We will be celebrating July and August birthdays this month.
May Book orders will be coming home this Friday. Book orders are due Friday, May 15. This will be our final book order for this school year.
Kensington field trip permission slips and money due Friday, May 15.
Late start Wed. May 13. School begins at 9:35 a.m.
Talking Zoo poster project due Friday, May 15.
Talking Zoo presentations Thursday, May 21. The start time will be 2:30 p.m. instead of 2:45 p.m. Children are required to dress up as their animal for their presentations.
Kensington field trip is Thursday, May 28.
Please be sure to send back your child’s reading bag. I need the books in order to meet with the children during Daily 5 instruction. Sign reading log after reading with your child.
May Homework: practice math facts on xtramath.org, reading on myon website, read books in book bags, May writing journals, practice sight words, Talking Zoo project, show and tell presentations.
Spelling words this week:
What we are learning:
Daily 5 – retelling, letter I, blending words, counting words in a sentence, tapping sounds
Math – ones, tens, hundreds, odd and even numbers, subtracting
Science – living and non-living, plants and animals
Social Studies – review of American symbols, taking a stand on a classroom issue.
Have a great week!