Kindergarten Hoppenings

Ms. Williams' Class November 15, 2013

Monday

Over the next two weeks, we will be learning about Native Americans, Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving. The children dictated stories using picture symbols and learned that long ago these symbols were used to represent words. We will be comparing and contrasting the concepts of past and present throughout this unit.

Tuesday

We have been learning about different measurement tools during math time. We learned that a ruler measures length, a scale measures weight, a thermometer measures temperature and a calendar and clock measure time. Ask your child if they remember these measurement instruments and what the measure!


Wednesday

Mike Marshall of the Crozet Gazette visited kindergarten today. He taught the children about asking questions (who, why, where, what, when). Also he told us about how the Crozet Gazette is made. Thank you for taking the time to come and speak to us!

Thursday

Today was pajama day! It was also Principal reading day. Ms. Crummie enjoyed reading to students as well as reading classroom book suggestions today. She read our class The Principal from the Black Lagoon. We also enjoyed reading to our stuffed friends!

Friday

We had a great field trip to the Crozet library today. We had a tour of the library and listen to stories. We also learned that the librarians are community helpers and why the library is an important community resource. What a wonderful addition to our community!


Upcoming Events and Reminders

  • November 18th-Picture retake day
  • November 21st- dying fabric with items from nature!! 10:00-11:30
Please remember to send in onion skins, black walnuts and poke berries!
  • November 26th-Kindergarten feast 9:30-10:00
  • November 27th-29th-Thanksgiving holiday


We have recess in the mornings, please send in coats, hats and gloves.


Please remember to check you child's homework/notes folder daily.


Homework will be sent home Monday-Thursday.


Please remember to send in a healthy snack each day with your child.