Kindergarten Adventures

Lackey and Walker December 4th - 8th

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:

The letters highlighted the week will be Uu and Xx.

We will continue using the letters we have covered to blend them together 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, as, at, cat, hat, sat, pat, mat, bat. rat, an, can, Dan, man, pan, ran, tan, Jan, fan, did, bid, hid, kid, lid, dip, hip, lip, nip, sip, tip, it, hit, sit, bun, fun, run, sun, cut, hut, put, up, cup, pup, bet, get, jet, let, met, net, pet, set, vet, wet, yet, den, hen, Jen, men, pen, ten,

box, fox, fix, mix, and six.

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

Writing:

*Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose opinion pieces in which they tell a reader the topic and state an opinion or preference about the topic [W.K.1]

*Understand that words are separated by spaces in print. RF.K.1c

Math

*We will continue working on numbers that go together to make 6 (6 and 0, 0 and 6, 5 and 1, 1 and 5, 2 and 4, 4 and 2, 3 and 3)KCC4


*We will continue learning how to measure objects using non-standard units.

We will be comparing objects by length and weight. K-MD1


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


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

Science/Social Studies

*We will continue talking about Holiday Traditions. Please talk with your child about your families’ traditions. KSS1 KSS6 KSS11


*We will discuss the difference between wants and needs. KSS4

*We will also learn about the difference between goods and services. KSS5

Important Reminders

* December 5th - Special Mystery Reader - Please wear something related to Christmas or red/green.


*December 7th - Children's Theater: The Elves and the Shoemaker

Please make sure to send your child a sack lunch from home unless you

pre-ordered a lunch for field trips through the lunchroom. Please wear something related to Christmas or red/green.


*Festival of Lights: December 11th

We will be learning about how other countries celebrate Christmas.


*Grinch Day: December 12th (Wear green or dress up like a character in the Grinch Story)


*Polar Express Day: December 13th (Wear Pajamas/Robes/Slippers – Bring shoes for P.E.)



*December 14th -Christmas Party:

(Wear Class Christmas Shirt)



Early Dismissal - December 15th at 12:00.



+While Santa’s little helpers are as cute as can be, they tend to cause distractions at school, and many times, they end up misplaced or lost. To help alleviate the stress elves can cause for our young students, we are asking that they not come to school over the next several weeks. Students will be allowed to bring their elves the day of their class Christmas party, but any other time, they should not be at school. Please be mindful of this as you begin making preparations for your child’s elf’s return