Cheatham Kindergarten Newsletter
"Every day is a chance to LEARN"
- remember to check your child's red take home folder daily for special notes and behavior communication.
- please keep a clean (weather appropriate) change of clothes in your child's backpack at all times for emergencies.
- please pack your child's snack separate from their lunch.
- practice tying shoes at home!
- send water bottles with tight screw on lids.
Adopted Staff Members
Scarborough- Mrs. Logan (Principal) April 29th
Aftosmis- Ms. Goree (Speech Teacher) December 5th
Dickson- Ms. Ahearn (SSI paraprofessional) January 17th
Nelson- Ms. Tang (ECSE Para) April 15th
Goodman- Mrs. Matthews (Secretary) March 28th
English Language Arts & Social Studies
High Frequency Words: big, that, all
- I can figure out a word by thinking about what's happening and saying the beginning sound.
- I can name and sort capital and lowercase letters Yy, Zz, Vv.
- I can sort pictures by beginning sounds Yy, Zz, Vv.
- I can study mentor texts and imitate what the author did.
- I can talk to my readers by using "you" in my writing.
- I can develop handwriting by printing words, sentences, and answers legibly leaving appropriate spaces between words
- I can ask questions before, during, and after I read to help me better understand
- I can figure out a word by blending beginning sounds.
- I can pictures and words to help me learn what a word means.
- I can make connections when reading or listening to a poem.
High Frequency words learned to date: I, see, like, a, to, the, am, my, an, can, and , at, up, for, we, me, go, no, it, is, in, look, here, this, come, will, they, you, are, do, what, he, she, said, big, that, all
Social Studies: George Washington
The students will...
- The student is expected to recognize instantly the quantity of a small group of objects in organized and random arrangements.
- Compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures.
- Create and use representations to organize, record, and communicate mathematical ideas.
The students will...
- Differentiate between living and nonliving things based upon whether they have basic needs and produce offspring.
- Examine evidence that living organisms have basic needs such as food, water, and shelter for animals and air, water, nutrients, sunlight, and space for plants.
Elizabeth Scarborough (team leader):