Mrs. Sauder's Class Newsletter

June 1st, 2018

A Huge Thank You

I just wanted to take the time to thank all of the parents and families that made this year so successful. Your children have grown and learned so much more because of your wonderful communication with me and the school. Thank you for your assistance in bringing in materials needed and snacks for our hungry brains and tummies. Thank you to all of you that chaperoned a trip and those that volunteered in the classroom. I am so grateful for each and every one of you. You all make my job easier. I hope that you have a wonderful and safe summer vacation!!!

Upcoming Events

June 1st: Wall of Wall Exhibit:

June 4th: Ice Cream Social @ 12pm

June 4th - 7th Early Release

June 5th: Move-Up Day

June 6th: Field Day

June 7th: Last Day of School

Kindergarten Ice Cream Social

We would like to celebrate a fun and successful year on Monday, June 4th at 12:00 with an ice cream social.

We have: vanilla ice cream, sprinkles, and sprinkles

We Need: various toppings, bowls, and spoons

We will also need volunteers to help us from 11:45-12:45 that day. Let us know if you are available to help!

Field Day Prep :)

We want Field Day to be a wonderful event for our students. We ask that your children wear clothes that they can get wet and messy in (because they will) and a change of clothes or a towel to dry themselves with.

We will be out in the sun a bit, so if you want your child to wear sunscreen and/or bug spray, it must be put on at home.

First Grade Prep

I'll be sending you child home with the remainder of their workbooks and writing journals next week. I encourage you all to use them throughout the summer to keep the kids' Kindergarten skills fresh.

Suggested activities for practice

-Read or be read to daily for 15 minutes

-Track basic books and then be able to locate words

-Participate in 1 writing assignment per week

-Write at least 3 sentences

-Read, say, and write ABC’s and sounds

-Review rhyming and beginning sounds

-Review writing numbers to 20, counting by 1’s and 10’s, to 100 counting back from 10, addition and subtraction up to 10, and coin recognition