Mrs. Monday's Kindergarten News
May 16 - 20
From Mrs. Monday...
I cannot believe we only have 8 days of school left! Where has this year gone? We have had an amazing year. I am going to miss this class so much!
Mark your calendars! We are going to have an "End of the Year Kindergarten Celebration" on Monday, May 23 at 8:00 am. An invitation was sent home today! I hope you and your child can come!
Have a wonderful weekend!
May 16 - End of the year DIBELS testing
May 17 - Hat day for Acton PTO - $1.00
May 18 - Johanna's summer birthday celebration
May 19 - Byron's summer birthday celebration
May 19 - End of the year convocation
May 20 - Andrew's summer birthday celebration
May 22 - Happy Birthday Simar!
May 23 - End of the Year Celebration - 8:00 am (only Mrs. Monday's class)
May 24 - Volunteer Breakfast at 9:00 am in the cafeteria
May 25 - Last day of school - full day (no early release)
Story - Panda Kindergarten
Weekly Focus - What ideas can you suggest to protect the environment?
Letter Identification - review
Letter Sound - vowels (long and short sounds)
Comprehension Skills - preview and predict, recall and retell, plot, draw conclusions, character, main idea, key details
Word Work - blending letter sounds together to read words, identifying beginning, middle and ending sounds, comparing and contrasting sounds, initial and final blends, sound substitution
Sight Words - review
Grammar - pronouns
Vocabulary Words - encourage, environment, recycle, protect, wisely
missing number practice, calculators, Chomputation, pan balance, $10 bill
4th grading period writing assessment, kindergarten memory book, review traits of writing
9, 10, letter assessment, name assessment
summer, end of the school year
End of the Year Celebration!
From the Clinic...
As you should be aware, all medications are required to be transported to and from school by the child’s parent or guardian. As the school year comes to a close, I want to remind you that all medications will need to be picked up by 4:00 pm the last day of school (May 25th). Any medications left in the clinic will be discarded and will not remain in the clinic. If your child currently has medications in the clinic that are not likely to be used again, please consider picking medications up prior to the final day of school to avoid long lines.
Denise Stanger, RN School Nurse
We have created this page to help your child practice for the various levels of the Chomputation tests. Check this out!