Kindergarten

Welcome to Kindergarten

 

Kindergarten class of 2018

Tackling (and mastering) those tricky teens

We love Miss Kristi!

So excited to see “The Star!”

This week’s Newsletter

Jan. 2-6

Wish List

1. Teachers Pay Teachers giftcard

2. Target giftcard

3. Amazon giftcard

4. Wishlist on Scholastic.com

5. Book bins

6. Leveled readers

7. BOB books

January Science Donations

1. Jan. 2: Mitten Mania- Are mittens really warm?

a. Mittens

b. Thermometers

2. Jan. 8: Making Rock Candy- How can we grow crystals?

a. Sugar (9 cups)

b. String

c. Microwave safe glass jars (6)

d. Food coloring

3. Jan. 16: Arctic Freeze- How do arctic animals stay warm?

a. Crisco

b. Ziploc bag (2)

c. Ice

4. Jan. 23: Making Ice Cream- How is ice cream made?

a. Half and half (3 cups)

b. Vanilla (3 tsp)

c. Sugar (6 T)

d. Salt (12 T)

e. Ziploc bags- sandwich and gallon (6 of each)

f. Ice

Important Dates

Dec. 16-Jan 1: Christmas Break

Jan 2: School resumes

Jan 15: No school (MLK Jr. Day)

Jan. 19: End of Quarter 2

Jan. 22: No school (Teacher work day)

Jan. 26: Grandparent’s Day

Monthly Topics

Literacy

Sight words: one, two, three, down, blue, red, yellow, big, funny, find, jump, make, can, see, not, do, of, come, my

Marking vowels

One vowel rule

Initial vowel sound

Possessives

Math

Families: 80, 90

Addition families: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Adding 0

Counting by 10’s

Time

Story problems

Dime

Science/Social Studies

Mitten Mania- Are mittens really warm?

 Making Rock Candy- How can we grow crystals?

Arctic Freeze- How do arctic animals stay warm?

Making Ice Cream- How is ice cream made?

Bible

Samson

Ruth

Samuel

Saul

David

Bible Verses:  Philippians 4:13; Psalm 23

Writing

How-to Writing

Writing for a Reason