I hope this message finds you all well and ready to relax for our extended weekend. Just a reminder that we do not have school on Friday, April 19th, 2019. School will resume on Monday, April 22nd, 2019. Here is what’s cooking next week in kindergarten. If there are any additions or modifications to the post I will made them as soon as possible. Have a wonderful weekend and Happy Easter to the families who celebrate it!
Mrs. Ross 🙂
Homework: Next week your child will receive a new math packet and math game.
Popcorn: Popcorn will be on this week back on this week so bring your quarters
Library check out: This week we will have check out so make sure books are back in the bags Monday night and ready to go Tuesday morning first thing!
Reading Packs: Make sure your child is spending about 10-15 minutes reading at night on Raz-Kids and the books, letters/words you find in the reading packs. This will help your child SO much reviewing their personal bags each night! All bags have been switched so make sure you child is practicing books they receive this week. All reading packs, Raz-Kids and personal books at home count toward March Reading Logs!
Spelling: continue (test Monday morning due to short week!) -ug word family
*sight words: him , his
New Family: -ad family (bad, dad, had, lad, mad, pad, rad, sad,) sight words: so, do
LA Book: Informational books about plants and animals (ladybugs) (The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle)
Writing: Informational writing. Plants and Animals (Ladybugs)
Social Studies: Unit 1: Who am I? Lesson 2 “I Go to School” children explore their role as a student, preparing and going to school, regions of the classroom and reflecting on something they like about their classroom.
New Science Unit: Earth and Space Science: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems: Animals, Plants and their Environments (Mystery Three: Animal Needs/Safety)
*Guiding Essential Question/Content: 1. Where do animals live and why do they live there? 2. Plants and animals can change their environment 3. natural resources, human impacts on earth systems