Kindergarten Newsletter

Week Of May 20th

Highlights from last week....

Our focus this week was what happens when we work together. We read stories relating to this topic and answered questions relating to the text.

In Math, we worked on counting to 100 by tens and ones.

A peek at our learning this week....

This week our class will be reading stories about sorting different groups of things in new ways. Children will learn how to sort objects by size, shape, color, weight, or texture.

Here are some activities that you can do with your child to help reinforce the skills we will be practicing.

Word Workout

  • Vocabulary: sort, similar Put a pile of multishaped and multi-colored blocks on the floor. Invite your child to sort the blocks by color and by shape.
  • My Words to Know

High-Frequency Word: come, does Write the words come and does on paper. Then have your child write each word. Write sentences using each word. Have your child read the sentences aloud. Ask your child to circle the words come and does.

Category Words: opposites Say a word and ask your child to think of a word with the opposite meaning.

Phonics: long e Play a rhyming game with your child. Say a word with the long e sound, and have your child think of a rhyming word. For example, encourage your child to say and write words that rhyme with the word he, such as me, be, and we.



In Math, we will finish our unit on teen numbers.

Walk-a-thon: THANK YOU!!

We would like to extend a HUGE thank you to all that donated to our walk-a-thon. We have raised enough money for our field trip and an end of the year surprise for each kindergarten student. Thank you SO much! We really appreciate all of your support.

Upcoming Events

June 7- Kindergarten Nursery Rhyme Play (1:30-3:00)

June 10-Kindergarten Field Day

June 14- Kindergarten Field Trip

Notes from Mrs. Webb

Our class book from Studentreasures.com were sent home last week. They came out so adorable! If you did not get a chance to order one and would like to, please let me know.

We continue to work so hard each day in our classroom! It is truly amazing to me how much your children have grown! Continue to practice reading and sight words at home. The students have noticed the more they practice, the more fluent their skills become!

Our Walk-A-Thon was so much fun and a big success! Thank you to everyone for participating!

This week I will send home the permission slips for our field trip to the Ecotarium. This trip will take place on June 14th. There is no cost to you for this trip. Please sign and return the slips as soon as possible.

Our Nursery Rhyme play is June 7th. The time for this fun event is 1:30. The kids have been practicing every day! It will be very cute!

Our last day of school is Monday, June 17th. This is a half day of school with dismissal at 12:00.

Reminder: No School next Monday (May 27th) in observance of Memorial Day.

Have a great week!

Notes from Mrs. Maillet

First of all, Happy Belated Mother's Day to all of you. I hope you enjoyed your homemade gifts that your children created! I had a restful day with my family. Second, thank you to all of you that sent in treats for Teacher Appreciation Week! You sure know how to spoil me!! I cannot believe that the end of the school year is just around the corner. Please mark your calendars for the events listed above. Thank you for all that you do!!

Notes from Miss Berube

Our books that we created are in! If you did not get a chance to order a book and would like to let me know.


Thank you to everyone who donated towards our walk-a-thon. We raised enough money for our field trip. Your donations are so appreciated!


A huge thank you to everyone who brought in thoughtful gifts for teacher appreciation week. That was so generous and I can't thank you enough! I appreciate you!


As the end of the year is approaching we are still working so hard on all our skills. We are also working hard practicing for our nursery rhyme play! I am so proud of the children and their diligence.


Thank you for all you do and have a great week!

Notes from Mrs. Marcoux

I hope you all enjoyed your Mother's Day cookbooks. We had so much fun making them, the kids did such a good job. Thank you all for the kind words, gifts and hugs on Teacher Appreciation Week. Your children really spoiled Mrs. Mallet and I and we truly appreciate your efforts. We have the best jobs in the world.


We have been practicing for our Nursery Rhyme play. I sent home the words to practice for the play last week. If you need another copy just let me know.


Please see the dates above for upcoming events.


Enjoy your week!

Notes from Mrs. Goldthwaite

It is amazing what we can do when we work together. Our walk a thon was a huge success. Thank you for all your donations. Our Field trip will be at no cost to our students. We wrote a grant and the monies we collected will cover all our cost. The money that we do not use will be in the Class of 2031 treasury that will follow them to the next grade.


We continue to work on our long vowel sounds. We are reading our own leveled books. Writing about the sequence of the stories and illustrating the key details.


In math we will continue to work on parts of numbers and counting to 100. What is one more and one less.


Thank you for all your support this school year. As the year is winding down. Please keep those routines in place. We are working even harder at this time to be sure we are ready for first grade.