The Kindergarten Community

A Message from Miss Adams and the Kindergarten Community

Hello Wonderful Families!

I hope that each of you had an amazing and relaxing holiday weekend! Mine was great, but I was excited to get back into the classroom with the Kindergarten Community. This year is off to a great start and I cannot wait to share what we have been up to!

Save the Date!

Save the Dates Below...

September 10th: Kindergarten Open House 6:00-7:30

September 22nd: International Potluck 5:30-7:00

September 24th: Sky Top Apple Orchard Field Trip! Please stay tuned for our permission slip! If you are interested in chaperoning, please call or email me for details.

September 25th: No School For Students (Parent-Teacher-Conference Day)

*Please follow this link to sign up for a conference. I would love it if your child is able to attend the conference as well!

September 28th: No School For Students (Teacher Workday)

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What we are Learning

Check out the photos below to see all of the great things happening in our Kindergarten Community!

Reading: Kindergarten readers are working on print concepts such as; following words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page. We are also understanding that words are separated by spaces in print.

Writing: Kindergarten writers are working on using their thoughts, pictures, and words to narrate an event.

Phonics: Kindergarten readers and writers are using a multi-sensory program known as Fundations. In Fundations, we are currently practicing the following letters; t, f, b, m, n

Math: Kindergarten mathematicians are working on counting groups of objects up to 20. We are also working on identifying and comparing two dimensional shapes.

Science: Kindergarten scientists are studying properties of objects, such as color, size, shape, and texture.

Social Studies: Kindergarten citizens are learning how to exemplify positive relationships through fair play and friendship. We are working together to develop ways to obey become productive in the classroom, school, home, and neighborhood. Kindergarten citizens are working on these learning goals through the use of 'The 7 Habits of Happy Kids.' I have listed the habits below for you to become familiar with. We have currently learned the first three habits:

Habit 1: Be Proactive

Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind

Habit 3: Put First Things First

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