Welcome to Kindergarten Room 2- Ms. Mohamed’s Class

My name is Kadeeja Mohamed and I will be your child’s Kindergarten teacher this year. First and foremost, I would like to welcome you and your child to our class. I am so excited to meet you and your child!

Let me begin by telling you a little about myself. I graduated from Wayne State University with a Masters in Bilingual-Bicultural Education with a Specialization in English as a Second Language in 2015. I also have a Bachelors in Elementary Education in 2009 with an Early Childhood Endorsement from Wayne State University as well.  This is my 11th year teaching kindergarten.

Next, let me give you a brief summary of how your child will spend his or her day in the classroom. I have worked very hard to create a classroom that is very organized and structured. Your child’s daily routine will be filled with hands-on activities, small group work, whole class work and discussion, one-on-one instruction, and subject concentrated centers. Through these aspects, your child will learn through discovery and exploration, but most of all they will learn by having FUN. It is also my plan to teach your child to grow into a well-rounded individual that loves to learn.  I whole heartily believe my patience, kindness, and love for learning will aide greatly in developing your child’s love for learning.

As all of you know, your child is still growing mentally and physically. To aide in this growth, your child will have one snack time. I will be providing snack for the first week, but please donate a healthy snack for the class. Snacks preferred would be cheese crackers, animal crackers, gold fish etc. You could pick up a box from your next trip to the grocery store or Sams club.

I will be here every day for your child, which means I will also be here for you as a parent.  If at any time you have any questions or concerns, I will be here for you.  My email address is The best form of communication is email, but I am also available by phone. I do ask, out of respect for your child’s education, that communication take place before or after school hours. Of course, if it is an emergency, you can contact the front office and they will connect you to the classroom.

The blog is used as a communication tool. So, please refer to this blog weekly. I will discuss content and expectations for each week on Monday or Tuesday. You may leave comments below. For more personal matters, please email me at

Lastly, I want to thank you for allowing me to educate your child. Your child is in the best of hands throughout the day and you are welcome anytime!

Below is a suggested Supply List. It is the same listed on the blog.

Thank You,

Ms. Mohamed

Suggested Supply List

  • 1 pencil box
  • 1 plastic 2 pocket folder
  • 1 large eraser
  • ½ inch binder
  • Dry erase markers
  • 1 box of tissues
  • 1 box of school pencils
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Baby wipes
  • Sandwich Ziploc Bags
  • Lysol or Clorox Wipes
  • Backpack (one without wheels)
  • Glue sticks or a glue bottle 

Birthday bash has been changed

Sorry for the last minute notice, we (the homeroom mom and I) know families are busy and we found it easier if parents came for one day of activities instead of multiple days.

With that said, the new date is Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 12, 2019 after the kindergarten picnic @12:00.

Thank you!

Ms. Mohamed


It is the last week of school!!!

Can you believe it??!! Your child will be leaving kindergarten?!! It was an absolute pleasure working with you and your child. Your support was amazing and I am so proud of how much the kids have grown and this would have not be done without you! So thank you for being there and supporting in your child’s growth and development with us.

Important dates to keep in  mind:

Tuesday, June 11, 2019 @2:30- DHS Marching band presenting

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 @11:00-12:00- Kindergarten picnic @York park (all families invited, pack a lunch) Birthday bash for summer birthdays will follow at 12:00 in the classroom!

Friday, June 14th, 2019- Last day of school- half day dismissal at 11:45

Hope you can join us!

Ms. Mohamed


Updated date reminders next week

  • Field day will be Monday 6/10/19-rain or shine.  Lower El from 9-11:30 and upper el 12:30-3:00.  Lunch is included pizza and chicken strips. Parents can come volunteer too:)
  • Donuts for dad @7:45-8:45 Tuesday, 6/11/19
  • Kindergarten Picnic Wednesday, 6-12-19 @ 11:00-12:00 (parents please pack a lunch for your child, all families invited to York Park)
  • Birthday Bash-celebrating summer birthdays Thursday, 6-13-19 @ 2:30-3:20
  • Last day of school Friday, 6-14-19—1/2 day dismissal 

Week of May 28th


We will review text types: storybooks, fiction/nonfiction, poetry. We will practice retelling the story in sequence. We will ask and answer questions. We will discuss the cause and effect. We will visualize a story. We will make self to text connections to read alouds

Spelling words: (-et) pet, set, net, bet, met, let, get, wet, fret,  were

Language Arts

Sight words: were  We will review nouns, verbs and adjectives. We will review antonyms, syllables, magic/bossy e and endings in a word (suffixes- ing, -ed,-er, -s, -y). We will practice fixing sentences (capitalization, punctuation).


We will be writing an informational piece about ocean animals.  We will write a descriptive piece about an ocean animal.


We will be taking flat shapes and building them into different shapes. We will review 2d and 3d shapes. We will practice non-standard measurement.We will practice skip counting by 10’s, 5’s, 2’s. We will also review more graphs. We will learn about telling time to the hour and half hour. We will practice counting coins.


We will  review about the living and nonliving things.

Dates to keep in mind:

  • 6-3, 6-4 & 6-5: No school- Vacation (Eid Holiday)
  • 6-7: Donuts for Dad 7:45-8:45
  • 6-12: Year End Kindergarten Picnic @York Park from 11:00-12:00 (all families invited)
  • 6-14: Last day of school (1/2 day)

***Donate snacks if you can! Thanks!

Ms. Mohamed