# Kindergarten Adventures

## Reading and Writing

Read Alouds:

*Children will identify characters, settings, and major events in a story. RLK3

*Children will retell familiar stories, including key details. RL.K.2

*Children will identify basic similarities and differences between two texts on the same topic RI.K.9

Phonics:

We will be reviewing all the letters we have covered to this point.

We will continue blending letters we have learned to make words. At the end of the week your child should be able to read the following words: mom, hot, dot, cot, not, lot, pot, got, tot, bop, cop, hop, mop, pop, top, am, Sam, Pam, ham, bam, bad, mad, sad, pad, had, dad, add, map, cap, gap, lap, nap, rap, tap, at, cat, hat, sat, pat, mat, bat. rat, an, can, Dan, man, pan, ran, tan, Jan, fan, tan, did, bid, hid, kid, lid, dip, hip, lip, nip, sip, tip, it, hit, sit, bun, fun, run, sun, cut, hut, but, nut, put, up, cup, pup, clock, dock, lock, lock, mock, rock, sock, tock,

RFK2c

High Frequency Words:

1st Trimester Sight Words:

I, a, and, the, of, me, can, go, see, it, in, is, to

2nd Trimester Sight Words:

big, blue, for, look, make, not, one, play, red, run, up, we, yellow, you RFK3

## Math

*We will continue working on recognizing the numbers 0-20 and counting objects using one-to- one correspondence. KCC4 KCC5

*We will continue to work on writing numerals 1-20 correctly. KCC3

*We will continue learning to identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group. K-CC6

*We will work on comparing two numbers between 1 and10. K-CC7

* We will continue working on counting on from a given number (5, 6, 7… 10, 11, 12…). K-CC2

*We will continue to work on the combinations that make 5(6 and 0, 0 and 6, 2 and 4, 4 and 2, 3 and 3, 5 and 1 and 1 and 5). KCC4

## Science/Social Studies

*We will be learning about Thanksgiving. We will learn about Pilgrims and Native Americans. We will also discuss family holiday traditions.

KSS1 KSS6 KSS11

*We will continue comparing fiction and nonfiction texts. RLK5 RIK9 RLK10

*We will work on asking and answering questions about key details in a text. RI.K.1

## Important Reminders

Thanksgiving Stations - Tuesday - November 14th 8:45-10:30

We need parent/grandparent volunteers to help with this activity. Please let us know if you are willing to help with this endeavor.

Thanksgiving Feast - Friday, November 17th

Please send your child dressed as a Pilgrim or Native American.

Tuesday, November 21st: Show your team Spirit - Alabama/Auburn Iron Bowl Activities

Tuesday, November 21st - Deadline for sending in a new plain long sleeve shirt that fits your child with NO pockets, emblems...Light colors please - No red or green.

Thanksgiving Holidays - Wednesday, November 22nd - Friday, November 24th

Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!

Monday, December 4th- Christmas Party Money and Craft Money Due - We are asking for all students to send in \$5.00 cash for a gift for each child and \$5.00 cash craft money.

Look for e-mail to explain all the details.