Ms.Fadhl's Kindergarten

Dearborn Public Schools

Spelling has begun in Kindergarten!!!

Dear Families,

Beginning this week, your child will bring home a spelling list and practice. Along with spelling practice in the classroom, please have your child practice these words at home. Spelling assessments will be given on weekly. Please check your child’s folder for a new spelling list every week.

Thank you, Ms. Fadhl

I will attach the weekly spelling words here as well…. just in case of lost of lists!

List 1  Week 20

Marking P 3 Starts Jan. 29

 

-at family (at)

the

see

like (1st Grade)

List 2  Week 21

-an family (can)

my

is

on

List 3  Week 22

-et family

to

look

and

List 4  Week 23

-ig family (big)

go

here

we

List 5  Week 24

-op family

he

said

for

List 6  Week 25

-un family

do

you

yes

List 7  Week 26

Marking P 4 Starts March 14

 

-ap family

make

one

in

List 8  Week 27

-en family

up

little

down

List 9  Week 28

-it family (it)

me

come

blue

List 10  Week 29

-ot family (not)

has

as

two

List 11  Week 30

-ug family

play

no

so

help

List 12  Week 31

-ad family

him

his

us

List 13  Week 32

-ed family (red)

List 14  Week 33

-ip family

List 15  Week 34

-og family

List 16  Week 35

-ub family

List 17  Week 36

-am family

List 18  Week 37

-ag family

 

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Heart Draw / Design Contest for Mom or Dad

heart

Henry Ford Elementary PTA is conducting a Heart Design contest for Y5-5th grade students. Student can design their hearts at home for mom or dad. When they finish, students will bring the finished designed heart to their teacher and the the picks the best design from the class. Our PTA will pick the best design from each grade level to receive a prize.

Contest runs from January 15th – February 5th! 

Winners will be announced on Wednesday February 13!!!

Be Creative!

 

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Welcome Back from Winter break!!

WE are all glad to be back to school and working hard learning new information!

This week I will be starting Winter Assessments such as DRA reading levels, alphabet tasks, and math assessments! NWEA will also be starting this week and next so please make sure your students are getting plenty of sleep!!

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Henry Ford Math Night

Come join the fun at Henry Ford’s Math Night

Thursday, December 13, anytime between 5:00-6:30

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PTA Family Movie Night

Come the the Henry Ford PTA for family movie night on December 7th at 5:00. 

The movie showing is BIG HERO – Baymax

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Annual Ornament Sale

Henry Ford’s

22nd Annual Ornament Sale

Where: The Annex Hallway Dec. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 & 18

               Room 213 Dec. 19 – 22

Why: To raise money for families living at the Wayne  County homeless center.

What: We will be selling Gingerbread men & houses, necklaces, battle blades, snowflakes, candy canes, penguin ornaments and assorted items made in Henry Ford’s new makerspace.  We hope to see you there!

Questions:  Please contact Ms. McCormick at mccormk@ dearbornschools.org

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Dressing for the Weather

Snowy Weather

Please remember to dress your students properly for the weather! We go outside daily unless it is below 25 degrees so it is important for hats, mittens, scarves, and heavy coats. If you need help getting these items please let me know and I can help. 

Also, if your student would like to play in the snow,not have to stay on the sidewalk area, they will need winter boots because after recess I can not have the students with wet tennis shoes and cold feet. 
This is school policy…..boots to play in the snow only!

Thank you for your support! Happy Thanksgiving!

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Social Studies Night

Henry Ford Elementary Social Studies Night

Thursday, November 1, 2018 

5:00-6:30

Come join the Learning FUN!

 

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October 31st – Halloween Parade

On Wednesday, October 31, 2018, our class will be parading, in costume, around the outside track at 2:00, if it doesn’t rain.  Costumes should be RESPECTFUL and NOT considered violent in any way.  Your child CANNOT have any blood, knives, guns or any weapons with his/her costume.  If your child does not have a costume, consider dressing him/her in orange and black for the day.  Your child must come to school with his/her clothes ready to learn.  He/she must carry his/her costume in a bag with your child’s name on both.  Your child must be able to put his/her costume on over his/her clothes at 1:45 PM.

If you would like to bring in one bag of indiviually wrapped candy on Wednesday (or another small Halloween treat) to pass out to the entire class, then we have 16 students in our class.

If you would like to volunteer in help in the afternoon, you must have filled out the volunteer form in the office at least 10 days before today.  Your child will be bringing home lots of things.  Please make sure that nothing else is in your child’s backpack.

Thank you for your support,

Ms. Fadhl

 

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Picture Day is Monday, October 22nd!

Monday, October 22nd

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