Mrs. Noynaert's Kindergarten Class
Week of February 8, 2016
This Week in Room 508
Can you believe we are officially 100 days smarter?!?! We had a fabulous 100th Day of Kindergarten on Monday!! The students were able to use their choice board to pick which stations they wanted to work on throughout the day, and they did an amazing job with every single activity! I am impressed at how much growth they have shown over the last 100 days, and I cannot wait to see how much they grow between now and May!
We also started studying American symbols last week: the American flag, bald eagle and Statue of Liberty. We are also going to discuss who George Washington and Abraham Lincoln are and why they are important to our country.
We will focusing on reading fluently and building our reading stamina.
We will begin nonfiction writing this week and will discuss how lists, diagrams and captions support informational writing..
New math stations will be introduced this week!
Please have your child address a Valentine card for each student in our class. The class list is provided below, but I will also be sending home a paper copy in the daily folder this week. Please start early enough so that each child can write the names by themselves. Please return these by Wednesday, February 10 as well. Thank you!
Friday, February 12: Valentine exchange in the classroom at 9:30; Dollar Dress-Up (Crazy Sock Day)
Monday, February 15: No School/Staff Development
Wednesday, February 17: Picture Day
March 5: Pebble Creek Carnival
March 10: Kindergarten Rodeo
March 14-18: Spring Break