Mrs. Burkhardt's Kindergarten News
November 10, 2017
This week our class focus was on different kinds of bugs and how they move. Children read about a variety of bugs they see in nature, including bees, ants, and butterflies.
Here are some activities that you can do with your child to help reinforce the skills we are practicing.
- Vocabulary: curious, observe Have your child draw a picture of the bugs in a notebook and then label each one.
- My Words to Know
High-Frequency Words: the, we, see, a, like Write each word on paper, then have your child write it. Ask your child to try to find each word in a book.
Category Words: movement words Say simple riddles that describe the different movements made by animals or insects. Have your child guess the animal or insect.
Phonics: m, a, s, p, t Draw a five-column table on a piece of paper. Write the following letters at the top of each column: m, a, s, p, t. Guide your child in thinking of words that begin with each letter. Record the words under the corresponding columns.
-Literacy bags are coming back every day! Great Job!
-Our hallway is looking fabulous!! The turkeys are great! Thank you for your participation!!
-Veteran's Day Celebration was great! Thank you Mr. Robert's for reading to our class and talking about your experiences in the Army! Students were totally engaged and asked very appropriate and inquiring questions about those experiences!!
-Our penny jar was full to the top! Thank you for your support and participation during our Penny Drive! LakeVille Families Rock!!