Ms. Theresa & Ms. Kirchmer's Kids
THEMES: Beach, Graduation, and Field Days
Our class will be having a Graduation ceremony on May 18th at 7:00pm at Francis Howell North High School. Please join us for the celebration! We want to celebrate as these kiddos go off to Kindergarten! Grandparents, siblings, or other special people in your child’s life are invited to attend. We ask that the students be at there by 6:30pm. Invitations went home last week.
If your child is absent from school please call the office (851-6200) or classroom (851-6132 or 851-6218). If your child rides a bus, please contact the bus garage as well. Thank you! As always, please let me know if you have any questions by phone or email (email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org).
Some of the Learning Activities We Will Be Doing Over the Next Two Weeks...
*Getting ready for our Graduation – creating props and practicing for our performance
*Make hula skirts out of recycled paper bags (Art)
*Develop conversations families might have at the beach (Language)
*Read “Busy, Busy Coral Reef” Weekly Reader
*Clean our toys at cleaning stations (Self Help)
*”What’s Silly About These Pictures” beach activity (Language)
*Focusing on grouping and separating numbers (Growing with Math)
*Reviewing numbers and letters we have worked on throughout the year (Handwriting without Tears)
*Celebrating Safe, Kind and Responsible Kids!! (Positive Behavior Supports - PBS)
*Celebrate an awesome year with Pizza Parties and Field Day! (Social)
May 12th: Scholastic Orders Due
May 13th: End of the Year Picnic at Waplehorst Park at 4:00pm – Bring your dinner and drinks for your family and enjoy an evening at the park with friends and family ‘
May 14 & 18:Pizza Party from Little Caesers
May 18th: Graduation Ceremony at 7pm at Francis Howell North
May 19th & 20th: Field Days
May 19th: Last Day of School for Tues/Thurs Kiddos
May 20th: Last Day of School for Mon/Wed/Fri Kiddos
Some of the books we will share...
“Froggy Plays T-Ball” by: Jonathan London
“The Night Before Kindergarten” by: Natasha Wing
“There was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Shell!” by: Lucille Colandro
“Rainbow Fish” by: Marcus Pfister
Look who turned "5" in May and June!!
Ayla – May 20th
Mikey – May 23rd
Connor A. – May 26th
Katelyn – June 2nd
Ava – June 21st
Connor S. – June 23rd
Reading with the Ducklings
Take time to read 2 books with your child, one fiction and one non-fiction. Put your child's first name and the book title on the ducks you received, yellow for the fiction book and blue for the non-fiction book.
Ducks will be displayed on the foyer bulletin board and everyone will see what good readers the Hackmann Ducklings are!
READING 100 Celebration
Reading 100 Celebration is coming to an end! Our goal is to get 100 families to read 100 books to celebrate our 100 Year Anniversary. We are just short of our goal! Now is the time to complete your reading. We have many families who have read 3 quarters and are so close to finishing! If you are unsure of the number of books that we have recorded, please contact Debbie Bledsoe in the office. (636-851-6084 or email@example.com) Books will be handed out the end of next week to those children who have completed their reading.
We will be using our leftover party money to have a pizza party for our students! This Thursday (May 14) and next Monday (May 18) we will be serving pizza from Little Casers during class to celebrate a great year!
We will be having ‘Field Days’ at Francis Howell North’s fields on May 19th and 20th. We are asking for donations of big bottles of bubbles to use on those days. Baseball, soccer, bubbles, and many other fun activities are planned for the day! Be sure to have children wear tennis shoes, appropriate clothing and sun screen!