Week of 4-15-18
I wanted to take a moment to thank ALL the parents who came to conferences last week and those who chaperoned and gave their time to us last week and joined us on our field trip. Mrs Ross and I are truly grateful and we appreciate you so much. If you weren’t able to make it don’t worry, we can meet at your convenience this week 🙂 Here is what’s cooking this week in kindergarten. If there are any additions or modifications to the post I will made them as soon as possible. Have an amazing week, extended weekend and Happy Easter to the families who celebrate it!
Homework: This week your child will receive a new math packet and a social studies assignment that links to our unit “Who Am I?” Please help your child complete this assignment and turn it back in to school by Thursday, 4-18-19. Thank you in advance for your support!
Popcorn: Popcorn will not be on this week because we do not have school on Friday!
Library check out: This week we had library check out so make sure books are back in the bags next 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 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, and personal books at home.
*As mentioned before, sign up for a Dearborn Library. Through the Dearborn Library, you can checkout actual books as all as e-books and audio books online. Perfect for summer learning.
New Family: -ug word family *jug, *rug, *bug, hug, *mug, tug *sight words: him , his
LA Book: Easter Bunnies Assistant, blends sl,sc,sn,sw, blending and segmenting syllables and informational books(science)
Writing: Opinion Writing linked to book of the week (Should the Easter Bunny allow Skunk to help him with the Easter eggs?)
Social Studies: Unit 1: Who am I?
New Science Unit: Earth and Space Science: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems: Animals, Plants and their Environments
*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