Kindergarten News


Thursday, May 5th - Mother's Day Tea

Tuesday, May 10th - Optional Parent Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, May 11th- May Day Celebration at 2:00

Thursday, May 26th- Farm Day

Friday, June 3rd- Field Day (Rain Date June 10th)

Monday, June 13th- Locks For Love Whole School Meeting

Wednesday, June 15th- End of Year Show

Friday, June 17th- Dads and Donuts

Monday & Tuesday, June 20th & 21st - Early Dismissal

Wednesday, June 22nd - Early Dismissal/Last Day of School

We need Field Day Parent Volunteers! Please consider signing up below. Thank you!!

Classroom Items Needed:

-Disinfecting Wipes

-Dry Erase Markers

-Paper Towels

(thank you!)

Arbor Day Tree Planting!

Sight Words

We have learned these sight words! Have your son/daughter look for them at home or in the environment!

  • a
  • I
  • the
  • and
  • like
  • is
  • see
  • go
  • am
  • me
  • to
  • my
  • it
  • are
  • be
  • not
  • up
  • as
  • you
  • will
  • have
  • by
  • we
  • of
  • do
  • for


This week, we...

  • We completed "Bird on Wires" Math Problems (different ways 10 birds can land on 2 wires).
  • Playing a race car game to practice decomposing numbers and finding a missing part of 10.
  • Children solved number stories with calculators.
  • Students compared numbers and place them in order from smallest (least) to largest (greatest).

Writer's Workshop

We have been writing "research books" about animals on a farm, writing about what they look like, what they eat, where they live, and an interesting fact.

Reader's Workshop

We have been practicing comprehension while reading. Try asking these reading questions at home!

· Who where the characters?

· What was the setting? Did the setting change throughout the story or stay the same?

· What was the Plot? (Major events)

· What happened at the beginning?

· What happened in the middle?

· What happened at the end?

· What was the main problem?

· What was the solution?

· Did you like the story? Why?

· What was your favorite part?


We continued practicing reading and writing our first digraph: SH!


Whether kindergarteners are just looking at the pictures, pointing out letters, or even identifying words, having books for children to look at is ideal to helping them become a beginning reader AND start to have a love for reading!

Follow the directions below to purchase books. Your purchases will also give our class “points” which I can redeem for books and activities to use in our classroom!


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