November 3, 2017
What are your five senses? How do the five senses help you?
What do writers include in their stories?
As Writers, we can write all the sounds we hear in words.
As Readers, we can use pointer power to read words.
We are Super Readers! Check us out in our Superhero attire!
We can use the pictures and the first letter/initial sound to help us discover unknown words.
As Mathematicians, we can name, recognize and write numerals 11-20.
Kaiden was an engineer. He followed thee patter to create an airplane.
Josie and Zakhii are practicing putting numbers in sequence 1-20.
Aaryn is tracing and cutting out shapes. In kindergarten, students should be able to identify -- circle, square, rectangle, triangle and hexagon.
As Scientists, we can use our senses to investigate the world around us.
Kaylin discovered a variety of leaves.
Kaiden is working hard. It wasn't as easy as they thought to get a good leaf rubbing! You have to hold everything still.
Aaryn is proud of her rubbings!
We joined with the other kindergarten classes to celebrate that we are readers. After sharing some special reading time in the mini theater, we paraded around the school.
Savannah and Kyleigh (from Mrs. Claytor's class) are reading together.
Anna and Trinity (from Mrs. Claytor's class) are reading together.
Dr. Somerall wrapped up our time in the mini theater by reading us a fairy tale we had never heard!
Dr. Mills, who works closely with the DFES staff, recently videoed our math lesson. It was cool to see ourselves on the Smartboard!
We welcome all of our kindergarten friends and families to send in pictures of family fun. We will have your child share his/her pictures with our classmates on the SmartBoard. Sometimes, we might include the pictures in our weekly Smore newsletter.