Kindergarten Chronicle

December 7, 2015

Rasor Elementary

945 Hedgcoxe

Plano, TX 75025

469-752-2900

Important Dates

December 18-Winter Party 9-10

December 18-Early Release

December 27-Winter Break

In the Classroom

Language Arts- Review the letter Nn and Cc and the sound the letter Cc and Nn make. Summarize and make inferences about a text.

Vocabulary- delicious, devour, fresh, menu, tradition

High Frequency Words- I, can, we, the, like, a, see, go, to, have (students should be able to read and write words)

Oral Vocabulary-Action Words (verbs)

Math- one more, two more and one less, two less, numbers to 20, use a number line to 20

Winter Weather

***Please make sure that your child has a heavy coat, gloves, and a hat. We will have recess outside each day, unless the windchill is 20 degrees or less.

***If your child wears boots to school, please make sure to pack tennis shoes. Students will need to change their boots for tennis shoes to participate in PE/ Fitness.

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Read to a Million

Rasor Elementary Read to One Million starts this weekend. As a school we are asking students to read 30 minutes each day, seven days a week. When you read to your child, these minutes also count. Please write in the number of minutes your child reads in their daily folder, including weekend minutes. Students can also count the time that they read in the classroom.

Lunch With Students

Parents, we are working with your children on being strong, independent students. If you would help reinforce this when you come to have lunch with your children by having them sit on the seat next to you and feeding themselves.

Parent Volunteers

Kindergarten classes need parent volunteers for parties that we have throughout the school year. If you would like to volunteer please contact Larisa Parsons at larisaparsons@yahoo.com.

You must complete a PISD background check to volunteer. You can find the link on the PISD website. Please complete the background check as soon as possible.

Homework

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  • Please make sure that homework is returned by Friday.
  • Homework is meant to teach responsibility (taking home and returning an assignment).
  • If your child is unable to do the homework (formation of letters/numbers you may make these in yellow highlighter and have your child trace them.)
  • Homework must be completed in PENCIL. If coloring is in the directions please use crayons only. No markers. Please check quality of your child's work.
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