Hello Kindergarten Families! Happy 31st week of Kindergarten! Please help your child login to Clever to access i Ready.
Daily homework is the following: 20 minutes on i Ready, work from something in math bag and complete math worksheet, reading books from reading bag and practicing sight words. We are heading into the last weeks of kindergarten and end of the year assessment is just around the corner. Thank you!
NO SCHOOL on Friday, April 19th.
Thursday, April 25th is our field trip to the Detroit Zoo! Money was due last week. Your child must wear gym shoes and bring a bagged lunch with a drink. No pop, glass containers, or lunch boxes are allowed. Please label your child’s lunch bag with their name. We are looking forward to a super fun day learning about animals!
Spelling: Here are the words for this week. Please be sure to help your child practice EVERYDAY! The test is on FRIDAY! Your child will be tested on three word family words and three sight words. * We will also give your child a “cold word” to spell. This is a word that follows the pattern of the word family. (an ex. is ship, nip)
Reading: We are practicing many reading strategies. We will practice identifying which illustrations match the main points given by an author in a story. In addition, we are focusing on the author’s purpose for writing the text. We will continue to work on s blends. Please practice the following sight words: (These are words your child needs to recognize and read by sight.)
Review: saw now went New words: what say that these
Math: We will continue our unit on composing and decomposing numbers. This week students will use pictures and number bonds to solve subtraction word problems. *Students need to practice counting to 100 and writing numbers everyday!!! Please help your child practice math computation with addition and subtraction. Please use numbers less than 10.
Science: We will continue our science explorations. We will explore the basic needs of a snail and compare different shells.
Social Studies: We are continuing our learning about maps. We will use positional words and locate places on a map. We will also discuss natural resources.
Examples include: Trees – make paper, houses, furniture Water – drink, clean, transportation
Writing: We are returning to Informational Writing. We will continue writing “How to” books. Students will write and illustrate steps to complete a task using transitional words.
Thank you for all you do!