Eagle News

Mrs. Richardson's and Mr. Earnest's Kindergarten Class

January 11-15, 2016

Winter is indeed here!

Some of our mornings and days have become really cold, so please make sure your child wears the proper outdoor clothing to school. If the sun is shinning we will go out for recess! And, we want them to be warm while they are out there.

Our Next APTT Meeting is Thursday, January 21st.

Please mark your calendar for our next APTT meeting on Thursday, January 21st, at 5:30. We will go over our first APTT goal of counting to 100. I will introduce a new skill and ways you can help your child attain this goal at home.

Kindergarten Bake Sale

We will continue to have our in-class Bake Sale, thank you to all who have supported it. So far we have raised enough money to buy the Osmo program for our iPads. Our new goal is to raise enough money to pay for our weekly newsletter that you receive through email.


Please remember that all the money we raise directly benefits your child's classroom and ultimately, your child's education. All snack items are .50 each.

Homework This Week

Letter Recognition: (Upper & Lower Case)

  • all letters of the alphabet -Only if your child has not passed this test yet

Sight Words/Spelling Words:

  • brown, will, did, am, be, black, with, all, ate

Writing:

  • Writing sentences using Sight Words

Reading:

  • Word List

Math:

  • Counting to 100 if your child has not passed this assessment yet.
  • Measurement

What's Going On At Ruth Hill?

Tuesday, January 12

  • County Spelling Bee, 6:30 CPVA
  • Stevie B's Spirit Night


Wednesday, January 13

  • Report cards issued


Monday, January 18

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday (no school)


Thursday, January 21

  • 100th Day of School
  • K and 3rd grade APTT, 5:30-6:30


Tuesday, January 26

  • Waffle House Spirit Night


Thursday, January 28

  • Relay for Life Hat Day (Put a Cap on Cancer), $1 to participate


Friday, January 29

  • Relay for Life Sunglasses Day (Shade Out Cancer), $1 to participate

What's Going on in Class This Week ?

Letter of the Week: Z,z

Sight Words:

  • will, did, brown, am, be, black, with, all, ate
  • Review all sight words

Writing:

  • Learning to write sentences independently
  • Writing Opinion and Narrative essays

Math:

New Standards:

  • Measurement
  • Decomposing and Composing Numbers
  • Addition
  • Subtraction

Old Standards:

  • Writing numbers to 20
  • Counting objects to 20
  • Counting on
  • Labeling Sets
  • Identifying how many
  • Counting on
  • Comparing numerals and quanities
  • 1 more/1 less

Social Studies/Health

  • Winter

Mrs. Richardson's Golden Apples

There weren't any assessments last week, but these are the standards we will be working on this 9-weeks.


GOLDEN APPLE AWARD

These students made a perfect score on ALL of their ELA tests this week:


These students made a perfect score on their Letter Sounds:

These students made a perfect score on their Spelling Test:

These students made a perfect score on their Sight Word Fluency:

These students made a perfect score on their Cold Reading Test:



Math Assessments: These students have passed their assessment on these standards.

Represents addition with objects

Represents subtraction with objects

Represents addition with word problems

Represents subtraction with word problems

Decompose numbers less than 10

Finding numbers that make 10

Fluently adding within 10

Decompose and Compose numbers 11-19

Describe measurable attributes of an object

Compare the measurable attribute of 2 items

It's Harvest Time!

If you remember, last October we planted a small garden of carrots, radishes, and lettuce. Well, this week we harvested our crops! While our harvest was not as bountiful as we would of liked, none of our carrots grew, we were able to get enough radishes and lettuce for a tasting.
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Wryson and Valerie help clean the lettuce by separating it from the straw.

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Our harvest ready to eat.

Watch the video below to find out what the students thought of their "salad."

Winter Harvest