Kindergarten's Weekly Newsletter - Issue 29
CURRICULUM NEWS for March 26th - 30th
WORD WALL WORDS:
- they & he
- Digraph: ch
- Identifying the features of folktales & fables
- Learning about the moral lesson in fables
- Connecting fables with personal experiences
- Writing a 6 star sentence: capital at the beginning, makes sense, spaces, punctuation, detail, spelling
- Measurement - length
- Living & Non - Living Things
- Texas Patriots - Jose Navarro & Stephen F. Austin
Important Dates to Remember
Friday, March 23rd - Parents Night Out 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tuesday, March 27th - Spring Picture Day
Friday, March 30th - Good Friday (student & teacher holiday)
Report Cards will be accessible this afternoon
To view your child's report card, please follow the steps below:
1. Go to Skyward (click here), the link is found under "Parents" on the Windsong website
2. If you can't login, click "forgot login/password"
3. Once logged in, look on the LEFT side of the screen in the blue menu
4. Click "Portfolio" to view a list of your child's Report Cards
5. The most recent one will be at the top
· D (Developed) - the student has completed the learning objective and shown mastery of the subject matter
· SD (Still Developing) - the student is still working towards mastery and will be reassessed after more learning/practice is given
· AC (Area of Concern) - the student will work closely with teacher to improve understanding of the concept and will be reassessed after more learning/practice is given
Citizenship Grade Codes:
· E (Excellent)
· S (Satisfactory)
· N (Needs Improvement)
· U (Unsatisfactory)
As always, please let your child’s Teacher know if there are any questions. Thank you!
Have your child:
1. Listen to the fairy tale "Thumbelina".
2. What features did you notice? How did you know it was a fairy tale?
3. Write what happened at the beginning, middle, & end.
*Make sure your sentence(s) makes sense, has spaces between words, and punctuation at the end.
Monday - Practice writing your own math story problem about ladybugs. Add an illustration & number sentence to match. Refer to the photograph further below for an example of a problem/ illustration. See if someone in your family can solve your problem!
Tuesday - Practice writing your own math story problem about butterflies. Add an illustration & number sentence to match. See if someone in your family can solve your problem!
Wednesday - Practice writing your own math story problem about pizza slices. Add an illustration & number sentence to match. See if someone in your family can solve your problem!
Thursday - No homework! Enjoy your weekend!
Friday - No school/ staff & student holiday
*Challenge: Write math story problems using numbers 11 - 30.