Mrs. Badgett's Buzz
-Please consider sending in headphones with your child.
-Thank you for continuing to provide your child a healthy snack and water so he/she can be energized throughout our busy day!
-Pumpkin Day information will be coming home tomorrow!
September 19: Hazel Dell PTO meeting 7:00 p.m.
September 22 and 27: Parent/Teacher Conferences
September 22-27: Hazel Dell Book Fair in the LMC
September 23: Homecoming
September 30: Hawk*A*Walk*A*Thon
October 3: Pumpkin Day
This coming week is also SPIRIT WEEK! GO MILLERS!! Please see the daily theme below!
- Monday: Favorite College Team Day
- Tuesday: Work Out Day: wear your work out clothes
- Wednesday: Summer Bash: wear shorts, flip-flops, sunglasses, etc.
- Thursday: Career Day: dress like what you want to be when you grow up
- Friday: Black and Gold Day
Have a great week!!
How you can help...
- Play sound games-Practice blending sounds into words. Ask "Can you guess what this word is? m - o - p." Hold each sound longer than normal.
- Read it again and again-Go ahead and read your child's favorite book for the 100th time! As you read, pause and ask your child about what is going on in the book.
- Talk about letters and sounds-Help your child learn the names of the letters and the sounds the letters make. Turn it into a game! "I'm thinking of a letter and it makes the sound mmmmmm."at you liked or disliked and tell why?
How you can help:
- Continue using and encouraging practice using our online resources for Everyday Math! Please let me know if you are unable to log in to your child's account!
- Download "Quick Math", an iPad application that is great for basic addition and subtraction practice!
How you can help:
- Trace and say letters-Have your child use a finger to trace a letter while saying the letter's sound. Do this on paper, in sand, or on a plate of sugar.
- Write it down-Have paper and pencils available for your child to use for writing. Working together, write a sentence or two about something special. Encourage your child to use the letters and sounds he/she is learning about in school.