Kindergarten News

February 22, 2019

Conversation Starters

As a way to foster conversations with your child about what we are learning, please ask him/her the following:

Name some famous Americans. What makes them famous?

Magical Mathematicians

Please read the following problem with your child and help him solve the problem.

Jaylynn has 6 red apples. Keion has 4 green apples. How many apples do they have all together? How many more red apples are there than green apples?

(If your child is ready, perhaps challenge him with higher numbers, perhaps numbers that would equal 15-20.)

Your child can earn a special reward by drawing a picture to illustrate the math problem above. Please return the math work on Monday.

Reading in Action

Read a story to your child. Ask your child...

What kind of connection did you have with the story or a character in the story?

Literacy Workstations

Writers Workshop

As writers, we can write How-To books.
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Reading Workshop

As readers, we can use patterns and letter sounds to help us read.
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Math Workshop

As mathematicians, we can use counters to create, write and draw addition equations.

Math Workstations

Social Sciences

As Social Scientists, we can identify famous Americans and explain why they are famous.
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Shared Reading

As readers, we can tell how the illustrations help the reader.
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Guidance Lesson

Mrs. Beckman taught us this week ways to calm down when we are mad. We drew pictures to show what we might do to calm down when mad or angry.
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Cooking Class

Emma Making a Great Estimation!

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Environmental Science Projects

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Family Activities

Please share family activities with us. We will try to provide time for your child to share about their special activities in class and also post some of the pictures in our newsletter. This is a great way for us to share with one another and build our classroom community/family.

Andrew reading to Buddy!

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Contact Information

Mrs. Poston:

Mrs. Meade:

Dutch Fork Elementary: Academy of Environmental Sciences

Title One School