We started off the week learning new literacy stations!!
Our Schedule Next Week
Monday: P.E Day
** wear tennis shoes!
Guided Reading Folders and Books Go Home!!
PTO Meeting at 6:30
Tuesday: Music & Library Day
Library Day! Please help your child return their library books to school!!
Wednesday: P.E Day
** wear tennis shoes!
Mrs. McDaniel out half day in the morning for training.
Thursday: Art Day
Friday: PE Day
**wear tennis shoes!
Guided Reading Folders and Books return to school!!
Cluster Showcase- NO family Friday. We will eat lunch in the classroom, PLEASE send your child with lunch if you can instead of purchasing in the lunchroom
Small Group Learning!
Friday Lunch (January 15th)
I would HIGHLY suggest your child brings a lunch from home on this day. The cafeteria will be selling sack lunches, but they tend to not have the best variety and aren't the kid's favorite. I will try and remind you :)
A little Brain Break Action!!
Next Week We Are Learning...
Math: Identifying coins, ways to make a number, and counting to 50!
Science: Planting & life cycle of a plant
Social Studies: Tattling vs. Reporting and Conflict Resolution
K1 has loved getting to know our new Friend Macy!! We are so glad she is now in our classroom!!!
Money, Money, Money!!
In kindergarten, students are expected to know the name of each coin (penny, nickel, dime, quarter). They should be able to look at the coin and identify it. In first grade, they must tell the value of each coin. For now, we are just focusing on identifying- but it can't hurt to discuss how much they are worth :)
Some students are really struggling with the difference between the nickel and the quarter. Please help your child at home with this and maybe give some tricks you use to tell the difference. The more practice they get, the better. Please let me know if you have any questions!
January Presentations- Due January 25th
This one is one of my favorites! The kids will be presenting on what they want to be when they grow up! :) Feel free to be creative.
If you notice, at the bottom of the paper, it encourages you to use index cards or cue cards for kids to read off of as notes. Please do not use the outline paper during the presentation. Some of the kids don't need notes at all, and that's fine! Index cards for each line can help remind them of what to say.
Also notice that the outline mentions your child's "visual" they bring can be an outfit they wear to represent what they want to be when they grow up! Again, have fun with this and enjoy practicing with your child. Each month we are blown away at how great they are! Let me know if you have any questions :)
Doing a Blended Learning Lesson about Money on the MacBooks!!
We will do our best to make sure jackets get returned home to you. Many times, the kids stuff their jackets at the back of their cubby because they don't want to wear it home- no matter how many reminders. A simple reminder to your child or a quick reminder email to me can help your jackets from being lost.
If I were a Snowman at Night I would...
Congrats Michael for getting an MVP in the library this week!!
A little Snowman craft to end our week of snowmen!
Mark Your Calendar!
January 11th- PTO meeting 6:30pm
January 13th- Mrs. McDaniel will be out in the Morning for a training
January 15th- NO FAMILY FRIDAY LUNCH (See above for details!!! Please send in a lunch)
January 18th- MLK day- NO SCHOOL
January 22nd- Report Cards Go Home
January 23rd- Austin Elementary Carnival!!!
January 25th- January Presentations Due