The weather isn’t sounding too promising for our field trip tomorrow (boo!). Fingers crossed that we’ll be able to go on Friday instead!
September 28-October 2 September 28, 2015
September is over, and by this point, we are well on our way! We have all adapted well to the kindergarten day, and are able to predict our regular routines. Great job KD!
This week we are adding the sight word DO to our list. So far, we have WE, SEE. We continue to work on our general overview of the alphabet.
Our book this week is Polar Bear Polar Bear What Do You Hear?
In math we are going to focus on strategies for counting groups up to 5.
Remember our Field Trip is Thursday. If you have not returned a signed field trip form, please do so as soon as possible. I would hate for anyone to miss out on a fun day at Victoria Park! If you need another copy, please let me know and I will send on home on Tuesday. It’s always best if you put the signed forms back in the homework bag, as that is the main place checked for any notes and forms.
On Friday our school will have it’s annual Terry Fox walk.
Here’s to a great week! If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Field Trip! September 24, 2015
Please check your child’s backpack for their homework bag tonight. We will be going on our first field trip of the year on Thursday, October 1. If you could read, sign, and return the forms as soon as possible, it will be greatly appreciated!
September 21-28 September 20, 2015
We have finished 2 weeks of school and it seems like we’ve been here forever. The kids are already pro’s at the new routine and the new daily schedule.
We began learning about our 5 senses last week, so we will build on that this week with the story, “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See.” We will have some science activities around “sight” as well.
We will continue with our overview of all of the letters as well as the numbers to 10. Also we will be working on some fine motor activities to get us ready for printing our letters and writing our stories.
I’m going to put a couple of links up here for you to have. We watch a lot of Sesame Street videos in class. They add a new dimension for learning, and they have so many that are specific to what we are doing in class. Here are two that we watch most every day- they are great for alphabet knowledge!
Picture day is MONDAY! Hope we all have a great week! And I hope the weather cools off a bit too.