# Kindergarten News

## IMPORTANT NEWS AND DATES:

April 4 - Mooyah Night

April 16 : Book Fair: Mrs. Moore's class visit at 11:00

April 17: Book Fair: Ms. Shelton's class visit at 10:30

April 17th: Book Fair: Mrs. Calaza's class visit at 11:00

April 19th: Family Fitness and Book Fair Night

April 20 - Earth Day Picnic: 11:50 a.m - 12:50 p.m.

Reminders:

## April 9 - 13

Language Arts:

Letter of the Week: Gg and Ww

Sight Word of the Week: He, She

Math: This week we learning to measure weight using scales.

Homework:

Write 2 questions about insects. Make sure to use a question word like how, where, why, do, etc. to start your sentence. Don’t forget to start your question with a capital letter and end with a question mark.

## April 16 - 20

Language Arts:

Letter of the Week: Xx & Vv

Sight Word of the Week: has, look

Math: This week we will be learning about fractions and equal parts.

Homework:

Write 2 questions about oceans. Make sure to use a question word like how, where, why, do, etc. to start your sentence. Don’t forget to start your question with a capital letter and end with a question mark.

## April 23 - 27

Language Arts:

Letter of the Week: Review Gg, Ww, Xx, Vv

Sight Word of the Week: Review she, he, has, look

Skills: Pronouns, making Inferences, and writing descriptive sentences

Math: This week we learning about data analysis.

Homework: How Have I Changed?

We have been learning about types of changes in our environment. We will

soon be investigating ways that people can change. For our investigation, we will need each student to bring a current photo AND a baby photo of themselves. Small, copied or printed photos are best (4X6 or smaller). These pictures will be glued down to paper. Please send your child’s 2 photos by Friday, April 20th.

## April 30 - May 4

Language Arts:

Letter of the Week: Jj, Qq

Sight Word of the Week: with, my

Skills: Pronouns, questions and answers, and distinguish between fantasy and reality

Math: This week we will be reviewing addition and subtraction.

Homework: Solve the story problem on your own paper. Draw a picture to show what you were thinking. Do your best!

The red kangaroo can hop 15 feet. It can hop 7 feet farther than the brown kangaroo. How many feet can the brown kangaroo hop?

Deborah Shelton

Teresa Calaza

Amber Moore