Kinder Cubs Newsletter

Week Twenty-Seven: April 5-April 9

Weekly Curriculum

If you celebrate Easter--Happy Easter! We are excited to begin our study and celebration of Earth day with activities throughout the month of April.


For ELA, we will continue our focus on blended sounds and blends within words. We will spend a great deal of time on Big Ideas this week, as we are going to study the life cycle and living versus non living organisms. We have many hands-on activities prepared and can not wait to introduce them!


During asynchronous learning times, we will encourage your child to practice previously introduced content using the resources below. We have included these for you as well if you would like to review these concepts with your child. If you have any questions, please let us know!


Last but not least, we want to reinforce our mantra of the power of play. Kindergarten is a time of great academic development. It is also a time when children form and solidify connections with their peers, develop social skills, and strengthen their ability to communicate their observations and thoughts. Play is an integral part of our day, as it nurtures social and emotional development. During this week at home, we encourage the balance of academic development with social and emotional development through play.

ELA

Daily Reading Log

Please print!

Sight Words Flash Cards

Updated list--please print out to practice at home!

Math

Materials Needed

  • Lined and/or plain paper
  • Pencil
  • Crayons or Colored Pencils

Library

This week, all Kindergarten classes will have Library with Ms. Saenz.


Ms. Burbridge's Class: Thursday at 10am

Mrs. Ciampi's Class: TBD

Mrs. Essenburg's Class: TBD

Ms. Spalla's Class: Wednesday at 10am


Join Zoom Meeting:


https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87187533272?pwd=MCtSTWdMYmhsWnVnSVFRRmN0ZWtQZz09


Meeting ID: 871 8753 3272

Passcode: books

April Specials

Friendly Reminders

Please remember to send your child in with an extra mask, their water bottle, and their headphones.


All the best,

Ms. Burbridge, Mrs. Ciampi, Mrs. Essenburg and Ms. Spalla