Mrs. Hanson's Kindergarten Class

Welcome to our class webpage!

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself, any direction you choose. - Dr. Seuss


I am thrilled to have your child in my class this year! Please check this page often, as I will try and update it weekly. I will still send a hard copy of our class newsletter home, but this is another way to access what we are doing in the classroom. You can find fun, educational links, as well as our weekly newsletter, calendar events, and skills to work on at home. I will be posting pictures soon, as well! As we start this journey together let us keep in mind what is best for your child. The beginning of a child's educational path is very important, and will be the setting foundation for the following years to come. As your child's educator, it is my job and pleasure to help set this foundation, as well as encourage, praise, and expose him/her to knowledge that will allow growth among themselves, peers, family, and their surrounding environment. I look forward to working with you and your child in this new, exciting adventure! If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me!


Sincerely,

Mrs. Hanson

Upcoming Events


  • April 11th - progress reports go home

  • April 13th - K grad pics and Easter egg hunt

  • April 14th Good Friday - no school

  • April 20 - Michael Shoulders

  • May 12th - park day! (more info to come later)

  • May 19 - Kindergarten graduation/transition meetings

  • May 22 - Field Day

  • May 24 - last full day for students

  • May 25 - teacher work day

  • May 26 - report card pick up (7:30-9:30)

A Peek at Our Week

April 3-7

Reading: Unit 8 week 3: tricky "y" and review sight words: here, me, this, what

Math: counting to 100 by tens and ones

Science: animal life cycles

Class Wish List

Lysol wipes

Lysol spray

baby wipes

100's Club!

Isabell

Claire

A’Celayaa

Hosea

Dwayne

Gael

Kensley

Natalie

Micah

Ariadne

Andrea

Veronna

I know all my letters and letter sounds:

Isaac

Kenneth

Isabell

A’Celayaa

Kensley

Ariadne

Hosea

Andrea

Natalie

Gael

Veronna

Dwayne

Micah

Claire

Iker

Marianeli

Skills to Work on at Home

  • Letter ID/sound (focus more on sounds and reading letters/sounds quickly)
  • blending/segmenting
  • counting to 100 (if your child can successfully count to 100 on his/her own, have them practice counting to 100 in one minute.)
  • reading and writing on their own

Educational Links

The following are websites we use in the classroom and/or the computer lab to help us with certain skills. Try them out at home for some fun practice!