Kindergarten News ACES
Week Of November 12th
Highlights From Last Week....
First of all, thank you to all the Veterans that have served our country. We really appreciate your service and the freedoms we have because of you and your service. Thank you!
We had a great week!
This week our class read stories about how shapes help us learn and started our unit on bugs.
We reviewed the vocabulary words: world, decoration, games, materials and nature. We learned the new vocabulary words: observe, curious, guard, prank and responsible. We reviewed our sight words and letters that we have learned so far.
We started our next unit on Shapes in math! The kids LOVE this unit!
It was a great week!
A peek at our learning this week...
Can you believe it is the middle of November ALREADY?
This week our class will be focusing on the rules they follow at home and in school. Children also will be reading stories about the laws people follow in their neighborhoods and communities.
Here are some activities that you can do with your child to help reinforce the skills we will be practicing.
- Vocabulary: cooperate, rules Make a chart of the rules your child follows. Encourage your child to think about the ways we cooperate, or work together with others.
- My Words to Know
High-Frequency Word: to Fill a small pan with shaving cream. Have your child write the word to in the shaving cream each time you use the word to in a sentence.
Category Words: action words Encourage your child to think of laws and rules to follow at home, at school, and in the community.
Phonics: i Help your child think of words that include the letter i, such as ink, pin, inch, if, sit, hid, and in. Write the words on paper. Then ask your child to underline the letter i in each word.
In Math, we will continue our unit on shapes!
We are so proud of our learners!!
Scholastic Book orders
Please practice letters and sounds with your child nightly! Thank you!
Great job reading with your child!
Our classroom is filling up with clothes that have no home! Please LABEL EVERYTHING!! If your child is missing sweatshirts or lunch boxes, please let me know.