Week of February 19-23, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 6:33 pm on Monday, February 19, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome to another exciting week of Kindergarten.                                                                                                  We celebrated the one hundredth day of school today!

Continue to assist your child with homework skills using the  monthly homework study guide.  These are areas of focus in the following subject areas:

English (Identify all letters taught in random order to include digraphs (sh, th, ch, wh); match sounds to letters, recognize and  verbally produce  rhyming words/pictures; manipulate beginning sounds to make words using the am, all, an word families –recognize the patterns in the words);  match sounds to letters;  read previously  learned poems and  track the words; recognize high frequency/sight words; recognize nonfiction; use pictures to identify topic and make predictions; distinguish between fiction and nonfiction; use story language-beginning,setting, characters, middle,events/details, problem, end,solution when retelling/summarizing stories; recognize fiction/use pictures to make predictions; print letters taught in random order; label pictures using phonetic spelling.  Have fun completing assignments on Reading Eggs.)

Math  (count objects  orally in groups 0-20;  select the matching number and write the corresponding number 0-20; count by ones 0-80;100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; count groups of tens by tens up to 100; write numbers 0-20 using number pattern;  complete part-part whole number bonds; recognize patterns; extend patterns; label patterns; create patterns,transfer patterns, recognize numbers and groups in terms of least and greatest

Science (Investigate and explore with magnets. What objects do magnets attract? What objects do magnets repel? Have fun investigating with objects in your home.)

Social Studies (Recognize facts about Presidents: George Washington and  Abraham Lincoln. Review facts about Martin Luther King Jr, recognize and distinguish objects and events of the past and present-contribution of African Americans -African American month).                                                                                **Be certain that your child  knows this information: recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information. Continue to reinforce this information.

Events And Dates

*Report Cards will be distributed…………………………………………………………Monday, February 19, 2018        * 2nd Nine Weeks Student Recognition Assemblies  (K-2  9:50 AM)……….Tuesday, February 20, 2018
*Parent conferences (You may notify via note, phone, email  to make                                                                    arrangements)…………………………………………………………………………………..February 15-23, 2018

*Family Reading Night………………………………………………………………………..Thursday, February 22, 2018      (6:30-7:30 PM)

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.

 

Week Of February 12-16, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 5:25 pm on Monday, February 12, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you had an enjoyable weekend.

Welcome back to another week of Kindergarten.

Continue to assist your child with homework skills using the  monthly homework study guide.      These are areas of focus in the subject areas:

English (Identify all letters taught in random order to include digraphs (sh, th, ch, wh); recognize and  verbally produce  rhyming words/pictures; match sounds to letters;  read previously  learned poems and  track the words; recognize high frequency/sight words; recognize nonfiction; use pictures to identify topic and make predictions; distinguish between fiction and nonfiction; use story language-beginning,setting, characters, middle,events/details, problem, end,solution when retelling/summarizing stories; recognize fiction/use pictures to make predictions; print letters taught in random order; label pictures using phonetic spelling.  Have fun completing assignments on Reading Eggs.)

Math  (count objects  orally in groups 0-20; count objects orally in groups 0-20;  select the matching number and write the corresponding number 0-20; count by ones 0-80;100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; write numbers 0-20 using number pattern;  complete part-part whole number bonds; recognize patterns; extend patterns; label patterns; create patterns, recognize numbers and groups in terms of least of least and greatest.

Science (Review investigation of shadows and shadows are made. Recognize and identify shadows.)

Social Studies (Recognize facts about Presidents: George Washington and  Abraham Lincoln. Review facts about Martin Luther King Jr, recognize and distinguish objects and events of the past and present; **Be certain that your child  knows this information: recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information.

Events And Dates

*Report Cards will be distributed…………………………………………Friday, February 16, 2018                       *Recycling contributions (Trex recycling boxes are set up                                                                                      in the front lobby for recycling plastic bags)………………………….Daily                                                                     * 2nd Nine Weeks Student Recognition Assemblies                                                                                             (K-2 and 9:50 AM) ……………………………………………………………Tuesday, February 20, 2018
*Parent conferences                                                                                                                                             (Teachers and parents will make arrangements)………………….Thursday, February 15 2018  and                                                                                                                                    Friday, February 23, 2018

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.

Week of Febuary 5-9, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 12:20 pm on Monday, February 5, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you had a great weekend.

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten.

Continue to assist your child with homework skills using the  monthly homework study guide.      These are areas of focus in the subject areas:

English (Identify all letters taught in random order, recognize and  verbally produce  rhyming words/pictures; match sounds to letters;  read previously  learned poems and  track the words; recognize high frequency/sight words; recognize nonfiction; use pictures to identify topic and make predictions; distinguish between fiction and nonfiction; use story language-beginning,setting, characters, middle,events/details, problem, end,solution when retelling/summarizing stories; recognize fiction/use pictures to make predictions; print letters taught in random order; label pictures using phonetic spelling.  Have fun completing assignments on Reading Eggs.)

Math  (count objects  orally in groups 0-20; count objects  orally in groups 0-20;  select the matching number and write the corresponding number 0-20; count by ones 0-80;100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; write numbers 0-20 using number pattern;  complete part-part whole number bonds; recognize patterns; extend patterns; label patterns; create patterns, recognize numbers and groups in terms of least of least and greatest.

Science (Students will understand and investigate with shadows. Tell how shadows are made. Recognize and identify shadows. Practice making shadows at home.)

Social Studies (review facts about Martin Luther King Jr; Harriet Tubman, people and events pertaining to African American Month,recognize and distinguish objects and events of the past and present; **Be certain that your child  knows this information: recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information.

Events And Dates

End of  Second Nine Weeks……………………………………………………………………………………Friday, February 2, 2018      Student dismissal (4 PM)  10 minutes will be added to the instructional day………….Monday,  February 5, 2018        Recycling contributions (Trex recycling boxes are set up                                                                                                                in the front lobby for recycling plastic bags………………………………………………………………Daily

 

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.

WEEK OF JANUARY 29-FEBRUARY 2, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 6:54 am on Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you enjoyed your weekend.                                                                                                                                                  Welcome to another week of Kindergarten.

Continue to assist your child with homework skills using the  monthly homework study guide.

Let’s continue to work together to ensure that your child receives continuous reinforcement in  the following subject areas:

English (Identify all letters taught in random order, recognize and  verbally produce  rhyming words/pictures; match sounds to letters;  read previously  learned poems and  track the words; recognize high frequency/sight words; recognize nonfiction; use pictures to identify topic and make predictions; recognize fiction/use pictures to make predictions; print letters taught in random order; label pictures using phonetic spelling.  Have fun completing assignments on Reading Eggs.)

Math  (count objects  orally in groups 0-20; count objects  orally in groups 0-20;  select the matching number and write the corresponding number; count by ones 0-50;100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; write numbers 0-20 using number pattern;  complete part-part whole number bonds; recognize patterns; extend patterns; label patterns; create patterns, recognize numbers and groups in terms of least of least and greatest.

Science (Students will understand and investigate with shadows. Tell how shadows are made. Recognize and identify shadows. Practice making shadows at home.)

Social Studies (review facts about Martin Luther King Jr; recognize and distinguish objects and events of the past and present; **Be certain that your child  knows this information: recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information.

Events And Dates

End of  Second Nine Weeks……………………………………………………………………………………Friday, February 2, 2018      Early Release Day for students (Students will be dismissed at 1:20 PM)…………………….Friday, February 2, 2018 Student dismissal (4 PM)  10 minutes will be added to the instructional day………….Monday,  February 5, 2018        Recycling contributions (Trex recycling boxes are set up                                                                                                                in the front lobby for recycling plastic bags………………………………………………………………Daily

 

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.

Week Of January 22-26, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 4:53 pm on Monday, January 22, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians

I hope you enjoyed your weekend.

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten.

Continue to assist your child with homework skills using the  monthly homework study guide.

Let’s continue to work together to ensure that your child receives continuous reinforcement in  the following subject areas:

English ( read the poem, Hey Diddle Diddle/previous learned poems and  track the words; recognize high frequency/sight words; match sounds to letters; identify letters taught in random order. Identify letters taught in random order, recognize, verbally produce, and identify rhyming words; recognize nonfiction; use pictures to identify topic and make predictions; recognize fiction/use pictures to make predictions; print letters taught in random order; label pictures using phonetic spelling.  Have fun completing assignments on Reading Eggs.)

Math  (count objects  orally in groups 0-20; count objects  orally in groups 0-20;  select the matching number and write the corresponding number; count by ones 0-50;100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; write numbers 0-20 using number pattern;  complete part-part whole number bonds; recognize patterns; extend patterns; label patterns; create patterns

Science (measure objects using nonstandard objects-toothpicks, paper clips, spoons,etc.)

Social Studies (review facts about Martin Luther King Jr; recognize and distinguish objects and events of the past and present; *recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information.

EVENTS AND DATES

*Trex recycling boxes are set up in the front lobby to recycle plastic bags.                                                                                 Monday, February 2, 2018………………………………End of the second nine weeks grading period

Week of January 15-19, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 1:15 pm on Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten.

Continue to assist your child with homework skills using the  monthly homework study guide.

Let’s continue to work together to ensure that your child receives continuous reinforcement in  the following subject areas:

English ( read the poem, Hey Diddle Diddle,  track the words, recognize high frequency/sight  words, match sound to letters, identify letters taught in random order. identify letters taught in random order, recognize, generate, and identify rhyming words, nonfiction/use pictures to identify topic and make predictions, fiction/use pictures to make predictions, print letters taught in random order, label picture using phonetic spelling.  Have fun completing assignments on Reading Eggs.)

Math  (counting objects  orally in groups 0-20; counting objects  orally in groups 0-20 selecting the matching number and writing the corresponding number; counting by ones 0-50;100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; write numbers 0-20 using number pattern, completing part-part *whole number bonds; patterns-extending, *extending patterns, labeling patterns, creating patterns

Science (measure objects using nonstandard objects-toothpicks, paper clips, spoons,etc.)

Social Studies (recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, address, phone number)

EVENTS AND DATES

Family Reading Nigh “Meet The Author”………………Thursday, January  18, 2018  6:30-7:30 PM

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.

WEEK OF JANUARY 8-12, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 6:53 pm on Monday, January 8, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten.

Continue to assist your child with homework skills using the  monthly homework study guide.

Let’s continue to work together to ensure that your child receives continuous reinforcement in  the following subject areas:

English ( read the poem, Hop a Little, Jump a Little,  track the words, recognize high frequency/sight  words, match sound to letters, identify letters taught in random order. identify letters taught in random order, recognize, generate, and identify rhyming words, nonfiction/use pictures to identify topic and make predictions, fiction/use pictures to make predictions, print letters taught in random order, label picture using phonetic spelling.  Have fun completing assignments on Reading Eggs.)

Math  (counting objects  orally in groups 0-20; counting objects  orally in groups 0-20 selecting the matching number and writing the corresponding number; counting by ones 0-50;100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; write numbers 0-20 using number pattern, completing part-part whole number bonds; patterns-extending, labeling, creating patterns, measuring objects using nonstandard units-toothpicks, paper clips, spoons,etc.)

Science (measure objects using nonstandard objects-toothpicks, paper clips, spoons,etc.)

Social Studies (recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, address, phone number)

EVENTS AND DATES

Family Reading Nigh “Meet The Author”………………Thursday, January  18, 2018  6:30-7:30 PM

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.

Continue to stay warm and safe.

WEEK OF JANUARY 2-5, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 3:59 pm on Monday, January 1, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Happy New Year!

I hope you enjoyed the holiday season.

Welcome back to a new year filled with many more exciting objectives and skills to learn. Your child will continue to build on the previous skills that he/she has already obtained during the earlier part of the year.

Let’s continue to work together to ensure that your child receives continuous reinforcement in  the following subject areas:

 

English ( read the poem, Hop a Little, Jump a Little,  track the words, recognize high frequency/sight  words, match sound to letters, identify letters taught in random order. identify letters taught in random order, recognize, generate, and identify rhyming words, nonfiction/use pictures to identify topic and make predictions, fiction/use pictures to make predictions, print letters taught in random order, label picture using phonetic spelling)

 

Math  (counting objects  orally in groups 0-20; counting objects  orally in groups 0-20 selecting the matching number and writing the corresponding number; counting by ones 0-50;100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; write numbers 0-20 using number pattern, completing part-part whole number bonds; patterns-extending, labeling, creating patterns, measuring objects using nonstandard units-toothpicks, paper clips, spoons,etc.)

Science (measure objects using nonstandard objects-toothpicks, paper clips, spoons,etc.)

Social Studies (recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, address, phone number)

 

Thank you for all your continued effort and support.

Have a great week.

 

December 18-20, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 5:59 pm on Monday, December 18, 2017

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome to another  exciting  week of Kindergarten.                                                                                                                       Due to the upcoming Winter break, this is a short week.                                                                                                  Everyone is waiting with anticipation with all the fun learning activities that are occurring during this week.  Continue to assist your child with the  objectives in the subject areas that was sent home on the December Homework Study Guide.

Events And Dates

Observation of Holiday “Spirit Week”…………….Monday, December 18th – Wednesday 20, 2017                                      Daytime performance  Winter Musical…………..Tuesday, December 19, 2017 ( 10:00 AM)                                                Winter Break……………………………………………….Thursday, December 21-Monday, January 1, 2018                                    School will re-open ……………………………………..Tuesday, January 2, 2018

 

Thank you for all your effort and support.

Have a great week.                                                                                                                                                                              Enjoy your holidays!

Week of December 11-15, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 5:11 pm on Monday, December 11, 2017

Dear Parents/Guardians

Welcome to another exciting week of Kindergarten.

Continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Science, Social Studies.

English (Recognize all letters and sounds, rhymes, sight words. Read and track words in sentences. Use reading strategies to read words. Practice handwriting-good formation of letters and numbers, practice phonetic spelling, copying sentences. Use sight words in verbal sentences.)

Math (Compare and describe one set as having more, fewer, same. Create patterns, extend patterns, recognize an unseen member/object in a pattern.Recognize numbers 0-20, Count 0-50, Count objects in groups and choose the matching numeral. Write the correct numeral to match the objects counted in groups. Write numerals 0-10. If your child is ready to go further, please assist him/her to write 0-20 using the number pattern. Create groups to match a given numeral. Practice graphing and interpreting a graph. Continue to complete part-part whole bonds)

Science (Identify relative measurements–wide/thin, heavy/light, tall/short, long/short; seen and unseen members in patterns)

EVENTS AND DATES

Interim Reports………………………………………………Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Winter Musical(K-3) at KFHS 6:30PM………………Thursday, December 14, 2017

Thank you for all your effort and support.

Have a great week.

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