Mrs. Stone and Mrs. O'Dell's

Kindergarten Korner

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Welcome back to another wonderful week of learning in Kindergarten!!! It's hard to believe November is here! Our students have learned so much! We are so proud of all of our students and their progress! Keep up the GREAT work!!!

Important Reminders For November 2-6

**Parent/Teacher Conferences begin this week! If you have not signed up for a conference day/time, please click on the link below to do so. There are "in-person" and "remote" options.

I look forward to meeting with each of you!

**Tuesday, November 3rd is a Remote Learning Day. It is also Election Day and it is a Required Teacher Workday. There is No-School on campus. However, please see that there are assignments we will send home with your child on Monday that he/she will need for completion of assignments on Tuesday. Also, please see Seesaw for assignments for Tuesday as well!

**Please send a healthy snack and water bottle with your child to school (water fountains are closed-please label with child's name).

**Please remember to send your child’s fully charged chrome book daily in their book-bag. Please send it in their case with the charger and please make sure water bottles are not inside with the computer.

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I can sequence the events in a story.

I can retell familiar stories, including key details.

I can name words that begin with /s/ and /t/.

I can write upper and lowercase Ss and Tt.

I can break apart sound heard in words.


I can identify and name 2-D shapes.

Social Studies

I can explain who the Pilgrims were and how they were important to the first Thanksgiving.


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Nightly Homework Practice

**Don't forget to have your child read their baggie book at least 3 times with/to you. Don't forget to sign the reading log each night. No books will be sent home on Fridays.

**We will begin sending home a sight word list each week. Students need to practice recognizing/reading these words each night. We will have recognition tests on Fridays on these words. I will send home a list of suggested activities you can do with your child to help them begin to recognize these words. Sight word recognition is very important-90% of texts students read are sight words (words that cannot be sounded out).

Contact Information

The easiest way to contact me is through ClassDojo Messages or through email, You are welcome to call my classroom at 336.651.4360, please leave a message and I'll return your call as soon as I can.