Teacher: Ms. Booth 
Room #: 119

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Supplies

Thank you to all the parents who have donated supplies recently to the classroom :-)


Here's What's Happening in Kindergarten!

Reading:

*Review upper and lowercase letters and their sounds
*Retell a story (discuss story elements such as characters, setting, plot, problem, solution, and author's message).
*Discuss the difference between fiction and non-fiction books
*Read to develop fluency through choral reading
* Look at picture clues and "stretching out' words to determine unknown words.
*Remaining letters to learn: Ww,Jj,Xx,Vv,Qq,Yy,Zz

Sight words learned thus far:

me, like,see,a,my,look,I,can,at,it,in,is,to,
the,we,go,be,here,this,went,she,he,you
am,on,up,get,play,for,come,are,all,will,him,so,no,by,as,her,said

Writing:

*Continue practice of writing first and last name
*Writing Prompts: writing 1-3 sentences with a picture to match about a book read or a family experience
*Practice writing sight words

Math

*Counting and drawing sets of numerals 1-20 (ex: give your child a number and ask them to draw on paper: could be something simple like small circles. make sure they count as they draw to ensure their set is the correct number).
*Playing counting games with a partner
*Numbers that are one more and one less up to 100 (Also use vocabulary: before and after)
* Review positional words: on, above, behind, below, next to
*Review shapes (square, rectangle, triangle, and circle)
*Arrange sets from least to greatest and greatest to least
*Count to 100 by ones and tens
*Identify coins: penny, nickel, dime, and quarter(practice counting pennies and understanding that five pennies equals a nickel and ten pennies equals a dime.
*Practice adding and subtracting two sets of numbers (you can help your child with visuals by drawing pictures or using simple things around the house)

Social Studies and Science

*Our IB Learning Profile this month is "How We Organize Ourselves"
*Discuss differences between living and non-living things (in class, we learned that living things: grow, breathe, use energy, and reproduce. Activities you can do together is look at books and identify living and non-living as well as make a collage using magazines and flyers.


 

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Daily Schedule 

Monday Language Arts
Tuesday  Math
Wednesday  Science
Thursday Social Studies
Friday  Office Hours (10-11)
   
   
 


Encore Schedule

Blue  White  Green
 Day 1
Library
 Day 1  Day 1
 Day 2
Music
 Day 2  Day 2
 Day 3
PE 1
 Day 3  Day 3
 Day 4
Science
 Day 4  Day 4
 Day 5
Art
  Day 5   Day 5
 Day 6
Spanish
  Day 6   Day 6

Day 7
PE 2