Week of March 21-25, 2016
Kindergarten Reading, Math and Core Studies
There will be No School on Friday, March 25-April 1, 2016. Students will be on Spring Break at this time. We will see them bright and early on April 4, 2016 when we return.
Rise and Shine Tutoring and Breakfast
Reading Standards & High Frequency Words of the Week
Words of the week: Who, her, then, get, away, came, could, why
***Please make sure you are studying these words each day! There will be a spelling test this week.***
RF.K.3C Read common high-frequency words by sight.
RI.K.1 With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
I can read, write and spell my high-frequency words.
I can ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
High Frequency words (also known as Sight Words) are words that students need to be able to read with fluency, on sight. It is through continued practice that students are able to do this skill. Nightly reading, and actively participating in reading with others is a great way to build this skill.
Make learning fun!
-Get out in your community and see how many sight words you can find.
-See how many sight words you can make that start with the first letter of your name.
-How many words can you identify in the grocery store? At the mall? While you're traveling?
-Can you make any sight words/HF words out of license plate letters?
License plate game
Try to see how many sight words you can make with the letters of license plates!
Grocery Store Game
How many words can you create from the labels of foods in the grocery store?
Community Sight Word Sign Hunt
How many Sight Words can you create out of the letters on road signs?
Math Standards this week
K.CC.2 & 3- Standard Clusters: Know number names and the count sequence.
K.CC.2-Count forward from a given number.
K.CC.3- Write numbers 0-20.
K.CC.4 & 5-Standard Clusters: Count to tell the number of objects.
K.CC.4- Connect counting to cardinality.
K.CC.5- How many?
K.CC.6 & 7 Standard Clusters: Compare Numbers
K.CC.6- Greater than/Less than.K.CC.7- Compare numbers
K.CC.2 and K.CC.3
Counting forward from a given number and writing numbers from 0-20.
K.CC.4 and K.CC.5
Connect counting to cardinality (in order), and how many objects are connected to a specific number?
K.CC.6 and K.CC.7
Greater than and Less than. Compare Numbers.
(Which number is bigger?)