Kinder Cubs Newsletter

Week Nine: October 11 - October 15

Hello Kinder Families!

We are looking forward to meeting with you all for Fall Parent Teacher Conferences beginning this week!

School Pictures are on Tuesday October 19. These will be individual portraits and our whole class picture will be in the Spring.

Weekly Learning Objectives


Students will learn how to read, write and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 10 with and without objects. We will extend learning by practicing up to 20.

Students will generate a set using concrete and pictorial models that represents a number that is more than, less than, and equal to a given number up to 20.


Students will identify and describe the main character(s).

Students will describe the setting.

Phonological Awareness:

Students will blend syllables to form multisyllabic words.

Students will identify and produce rhyming words.

Students will identify syllables in spoken words.

Students will blend spoken phonemes to form one‐syllable words.

Letter of the Week:

Short and Long Ii.

High Frequency Words:

by, my, to

am, at, go

is, man, no

and, can, you

an, has, it


Students will use their senses to explore light, sound, and thermal energy.

Last but not least, we want to reinforce our mantra of the power of play. Kindergarten is a time of great academic development. It is also a time when children form and solidify connections with their peers, develop social skills, and strengthen their ability to communicate their observations and thoughts. Play is an integral part of our day, as it nurtures social and emotional development.

Sight Words Flash Cards

Updated list--please print out to practice at home!

Kindergarten T-Shirts


This week, please send your child in with the below materials to stay in our classrooms:

  • iPad
  • Headphones
  • Pencil case (one big enough to fit their scissors, crayons and pencils)

Snack & Water

Please send your child in with a water bottle and a snack in a separate container/ziploc/etc. As we are all acclimating to the classroom, separating snack from lunch will make these times easier. We appreciate your help!