# Mrs. Dildy's Kindergarten Class

### December 2-6, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 10:19 pm on Monday, December 2, 2019

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome back to another week of Kindergarten. I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving holiday. Thank you for helping to make our Thanksgiving Snack Feast a joyous occasion.

Please continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Reading, Science and Social Studies. Use the monthly Homework Study Guide and any Extra Support Packets to reinforce skills.

ENGLISH Continue to assist your child with fine motor skills (holding/ appropriate pencil grip and writing with a pencil; writing his/her first and last name; holding scissors and cutting with scissors. (The fine motor coordination gets better with practice. – Practice recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters, sounds and writing letters. -Parents, assist your child with writing uppercase/lowercase letters in random order. Eg. State uppercase C, lowercase c. and your child should write the letter in his/her best handwriting.  -Practice recognizing rhymes in pictures/words. Practice recognizing, using sight words

MATH *-Practice recognizing and identifying groups with more and less/fewer -Practice counting 0-50 forward; counting backwards 10-0. -Practice counting objects 0-20;count orally a given set of objects -Practice recognizing numbers 0-20 and select a given number 0-20. to match the group of counted objects. -Practice recognizing, identifying, and writing numbers 0-20. -Practice recognizing, describing, extending different patterns.  -Practice completing part-part-whole relations.                              -Practice using objects in your home to sort and then create and create a graph.

SCIENCE -Practice observing objects that can be pushed and pulled.

SOCIAL STUDIES -Practice recognizing and understanding needs and wants -Practice recognizing and demonstrating following rules/procedures. -Practice recognizing personal information (student’s name, birthdate, age, parents’ name, address and telephone number).

EVENTS AND DATES

*Wear ​red to recognize the act of giving…………………………………….. Every Wednesday in December 2019

*Winter Coat Drive sponsored by Suffolk Christian Church Infant through adult sizes are needed……………December 2-13, 2019 *Deck the Halls Family Engagement night……..December 5, 2019 (6:30 PM) The Holiday Performance for grades *K-3 will be at KFH………………………………………..December 10, 2019 (6:30 PM)

### November 25-29, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 10:28 pm on Sunday, November 24, 2019

Parents/Guardians,

Welcome back to another exciting week of Kindergarten.

Please continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Reading, Science and Social Studies. Use the monthly Homework Study Guide and any Extra Support Packets to reinforce skills.

ENGLISH Continue to assist your child with fine motor skills (holding/ appropriate pencil grip and writing with a pencil; writing his/her first and last name; holding scissors and cutting with scissors. (The fine motor coordination gets better with practice. – Practice recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters, sounds and writing letters. -Parents, assist your child with writing uppercase/lowercase letters in random order. Eg. State uppercase C, lowercase c. and your child should write the letter in his/her best handwriting.  -Practice recognizing rhymes in pictures/words. Practice recognizing, using sight words

MATH -Practice recognizing and identifying groups with more and less/fewer -Practice counting 0-50 forward; counting backwards 10-0 -Practice counting objects 0-20;count orally a given set of objects.    -Practice recognizing numbers 0-20 and select a given number 0-20 to match the group of counted objects. -Practice recognizing, identifying, and writing numbers 0-20. *-Practice recognizing, describing, extending different patterns.  -Practice completing part-part-whole relations.                              -Practice using objects in your home to sort and then create and create a graph.

SOCIAL STUDIES -Practice recognizing and understanding needs and wants -Practice understanding that people and events of the past and the influence on the present to include Indians, Pilgrims, Thanksgiving       -Practice understanding the people and events of the past and their impact on the present to include English Settlers, Settlers, Pocahontas, Powhatan, etc. -Practice recognizing and demonstrating following rules/procedures. -Practice recognizing personal information (student’s name, birthdate, age, parents’ name, address and telephone number).

EVENTS AND DATES

Student Recognition Assemblies K-2- ………November 25, 2019 K-2 (2-2:30)

Thanksgiving Snack Feast for students ……November 26, 2019 (1:30 PM)

Early Dismissal……………………………………………Wednesday, November 27, 2019 (1:15 PM)

No school for students and staff…………………November 28 -29,2019

Thank you for all your effort and support.

Have a great week and enjoy your holiday.

Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂

### Week of November 18-22, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 10:06 pm on Monday, November 18, 2019

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome back to another week of Kindergarten.

I hope you had a great weekend.

Thank you for your visits on Parent-Teacher’s Conference day.

Please continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Reading, Science and Social Studies. Use the monthly Homework Study Guide and any Extra Support Packets to reinforce skills.

ENGLISH

fine motor skills (holding/ appropriate pencil grip and writing with a pencil; writing his/her first and last name; holding scissors and cutting with scissors. (The fine motor coordination gets better with practice. – Practice recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters, sounds and writing letters. -Parents, assist your child with writing uppercase/lowercase letters in random order. Eg. State uppercase C, lowercase c. and your child should write the letter in his/her best handwriting.  -Practice recognizing rhymes in pictures/words. Practice recognizing, using sight words

MATH -Practice counting objects 0-20;count orally a given set of objects.    -Practice recognizing numbers 0-20 and select a given number 0-20 to match the group of counted objects. -Practice recognizing, identifying, and writing numbers 0-20. *-Practice recognizing, describing, extending different patterns.  -Practice completing part-part-whole relations.                              -Practice using objects in your home to sort and then create a graph.                                                                                                           -Help your child to interpret and compare different graphed objects as more or less/fewer.

SOCIAL STUDIES -TSW recognize and understand needs and wants -TSW understand people and events of the past and their impact on the present to include Indians, Pilgrims, Thanksgiving       -TSW understand people and events of the past and their impact on the present to include English Settlers, Settlers, Pocahontas, Powhatan, etc. -Practice recognizing and demonstrating following rules/procedures. -Practice recognizing personal information (student’s name, birthdate, age, parents’ name, address and telephone number).

EVENTS AND DATES

Student Recognition Assemblies K-2- ………November 25, 2019 K-2 (2-2:30)

Thanksgiving Snack Feast for students ……November 26, 2019 (1:30 PM)

Early Dismissal……………………………..Wednesday, November 27, 2019 (1:15 PM)

No school for students and staff……………………. November 28 & 29, 2019

### Week of November 11-15, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 7:34 pm on Monday, November 11, 2019

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome to a another exciting week of Kindergarten.

I thank you for your visists on Parent-Teacher Conference Da

Please continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Reading, Science and Social Studies. Use the monthly Homework Study Guide and any Extra Support Packets to reinforce skills. Please continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Reading, Science and Social Studies. Use the monthly Homework Study Guide and any Extra Support Packets to reinforce skills.

ENGLISH -Assist your child with areas in fine motor skills (holding/ appropriate pencil grip and writing with a pencil; writing his/her first and last name; holding scissors and cutting with scissors. (The fine motor coordination gets better with practice. – Practice recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters, sounds and writing letters. -Parents, assist your child with writing uppercase/lowercase letters in random order. Eg. State uppercase C, lowercase c. and your child should write the letter in his/her best handwriting.  -Practice recognizing rhymes in pictures/words. Practice recognizing, using sigh

MATH -Practice counting objects 0-20;count orally a given set of objects.    -Practice recognizing numbers 0-20 and select a given number 0-20 to match the group of counted objects. -Practice recognizing, identifying, and writing numbers 0-20. *-Practice recognizing, describing, extending different patterns.  -Practice completing part-part-whole relations.                              -Practice using objects in your home to sort and then create a graph.                                                                                                           -Help your child to interpret and compare different graphed objects as more or less/fewer.

SOCIALSTUDIES -TSW understand people and events of the past and their impact on the present to include Indians, Pilgrims, Thanksgiving       -TSW understand people and events of the past and their impact on the present to include English Settlers, Settlers, Pocahontas, Powhatan, etc. -Practice recognizing and demonstrating following rules/procedures. -Practice recognizing personal information (student’s name, birthdate, age, parents’ name, address and telephone number).

EVENTS AND DATES

*Hour of Code Night………………………………………..November 7, 2019 (6:30 PM) (No school for students and staff)…………………….November 11, 2019 *Fall Picture Make Up day…………………………………November 14, 2019 *Parent-Teacher Conference Day (No school for students)……………………………………November 15, 2019

Thank you for all your effort and support.

Have a great week.

### November 4-8, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 2:41 am on Monday, November 4, 2019

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome to a another exciting week of Kindergarten.

.Please continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Reading, Science and Social Studies. Use the monthly Homework Study Guide and any Extra Support Packets to reinforce skills.

ENGLISH -Assist your child with areas in fine motor skills (holding/ appropriate pencil grip and writing with a pencil; writing his/her first and last name; holding scissors and cutting with scissors. (The fine motor coordination gets better with practice. – Practice recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters, sounds and writing letters. -Parents, assist your child with writing uppercase/lowercase letters in random order. Eg. State uppercase C, lowercase c. and your child should write the letter in his/her best handwriting.  -Practice recognizing rhymes in pictures/words. Practice recognizing, using sight words

MATH -Practice counting objects 0-20;count orally a given set of objects.    -Practice recognizing numbers 0-20 and select a given number 0-20 to match the group of counted objects. -Practice recognizing, identifying, and writing numbers 0-20. -Practice recognizing different patterns.       -Practice completing part-part-whole relations.                              -Practice using objects in your home to sort and then create a graph.                                                                                                             -Help your child to interpret and compare different graphed objects as more or less/fewer.

SOCIALSTUDIES                                                                                             -TSW understand people and events of the past and their impact on the present to include English Settlers, Pocahontas, Powhatan, etc. -Practice recognizing and demonstrating following rules/procedures. -Practice recognizing personal information (student’s name, birthdate, age, parents’ name, address and telephone number).

EVENTS AND DATES

*Hour of Code Night………………………………………..November 7, 2019 (6:30 PM) *Veteran’s Day (No school for students and staff)…………………….November 11, 2019 *Fall Picture Make Up day…………………………………November 14, 2019 *Parent-Teacher Conference Day (No school for students)……………………………………November 15, 2019

Thank you for all your effort and support.

Have a great week.

### Week of October 28-November 1, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 6:54 pm on Monday, October 28, 2019

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome back to another exciting week of Kindergarten

.Please continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Reading, Science and Social Studies. Use the monthly Homework Study Guide and any Extra Support Packets to reinforce skills.

ENGLISH -Assist your child with areas in fine motor skills (holding/ appropriate pencil grip and writing with a pencil; writing his/her first and last name; holding scissors and cutting with scissors. (The fine motor coordination gets better with practice. – Practice recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters, sounds and writing letters. -Parents assist your child with writing uppercase/lowercase letters in random order. Eg. State uppercase C, lowercase c. and your child should write the letter in his/her best handwriting.

MATH -Practice counting objects 0-20;count orally a given set of objects.    -Practice recognizing numbers 0-20 and select a given number 0-20 to match the group counted objects. -Practice recognizing, identifying, and writing numbers 0-20. Practice recognizing different patterns.              -Practice completing part-part-whole relations.                                          -Practice using objects in your home to sort and then create a graph.                                                                                                                          -Help your child to interpret and compare different graphed objects as more or less/fewer.

SOCIALSTUDIES   TSW recognize community helpers and the tools used to complete their jobs                                                                                                       TSW understand that each local community has a unique history that includes stories and legends that have developed over time by discussing and reciting facts about Colonel Fred Cherry (Colonel Fred Cherry Middle School), Amedeo Obici (OBICI Hospital), Planter’s Peanut Company) -Practice recognizing and demonstrating following rules/procedures. -Practice recognizing personal information (student’s name, birthdate, age, parents’ name, address and telephone number)

EVENTS AND DATES Wear orange for Bully Prevention Month………..Every Wednesday

United Way Spirit Week (October 28–November 1) Pajama Day (robes and pajamas) Students must wear shoes…….10/28/19 Honky Tonk Day (country wear)…………………………………………….10/29/19 College Spirit Day (college wear)……………………………………………10/30/19 Hawaiian Day ……………………………………………………………………….………10/31/19 Color War Day: K-Yellow, 1​st​ – Green, 2​nd​ – Red, 3​rd​- Blue, 4​th​- Orange, 5​th​ – Purple – wear your grade’s colors……………….11/1/19

### October 14-18, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 6:56 pm on Monday, October 14, 2019

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten.

Please continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Reading, Science and Social Studies. Use the monthly Homework Study Guide and any Extra Support Packets to reinforce skills.

ENGLISH -Assist your child with areas in fine motor skills (holding/ appropriate pencil grip and writing with a pencil; writing his/her first and last name; holding scissors and cutting with scissors. (The fine motor coordination gets better with practice. – Practice recognizing uppercase and lowercase letters, sounds and writing letters.

MATH -Practice counting objects 0-10;count orally a given -Practice recognizing, identifying, and writing numbers 0-10. -Continue to reinforce recognizing different patterns. -Practice completing part-part-whole relations.

SCIENCE -Practice understanding and recognizing the force/motion of pushing and pulling objects. Identify objects that are being pushed or pulled. -Continue to review the five senses and the corresponding sensing organs. -Practice sorting in more than one way– by size, shape, color

SOCIALSTUDIES -Practice recognizing and demonstrating following rules/procedures. -Practice recognizing personal information (student’s name, birthdate, age, parents’ name, address and telephone number)

EVENTS AND DATES

Wear orange for Bully Prevention Month……………….Every Wednesday Charleston Wrap Fundraisers due…………………………October 15, 2019

Danielle Koon-local author……………………………..October 14, 2019 (11:20-3:30) Deborah Ward- Suffolk Public Library……………..October 17, 2019 (2:45-3:15) Student Council assembly-Clinton Jenkins……….October 18, 2019 (2:45-3:15)

### Week of October 7-11, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 1:39 am on Monday, October 7, 2019

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you enjoyed your weekend.

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten.

Please continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Reading, Science, and Social Studies. Use the monthly Homework Study Guide and Extra Support Packets  to assist your child on a daily basis. Additional Homework Supoort bundle will be sent home this week for reinforcement

Practice recognizing uppercase/lowercase letters, sounds and writing letters

Ff, Tt, Bb, Nn,  Mm, Cc, Aa, Ii, Rr, Dd, Gg

-Assist your child with areas in fine motor skills (holding/appropriate pencil grip and writing with a pencil; writing his/her first and last name; holding scissors and cutting with scissors (The fine motor coordination gets better with practice.)                                                                                                             -Practice recognizing the list of sight words that were sent home in the monthly homework.  Practice using  these words in complete verbal sentences                                                                                  -Practice writing his/her name legibly using uppercase and lowercase letters.

Math                                                                                                -Practice verbally counting 0-20; 0-100 daily  (as your child is ready to make further progression with

-Practice counting objects 0-10; counting orally a set of given objects daily                                                      -Practice recognizing, identifying, and writing  numbers 0-10                                                                    -Practice completing part-part whole relations

Social Studies

-Practice recognizing and demonstrating following rules; understanding consequences for breaking rules -Practice recognizing their name, age, birthdate, address, phone number, parents name                  -Practice recognizing the features of the US flag and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance

Science

-Practice investigating and identifying five senses and sensing organs (sense of sight,-eyes; sense of hearing–ears; sense of touch-skin/hands; sense of smell-nose; sense of taste-tongue/mouth and sensing organs

EVENTS AND DATES TO REMEMBER:

Every Wednesday in October…………………….Wear orange for Anti-bullying Prevention Awareness month

October 9, 2019 …………………………………………Picture Day

*October 10, 2019…………………………………………Title I/State of the School Night  (6:30PM)  Chick Fil-A will be sold on this night at 5:45 PM.  Items for sale will include chicken sandwiches, drinks, and chips.

### Week of September 30-October 4, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 4:36 am on Monday, September 30, 2019

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you had an pleasant weekend.

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten. Continue to assist your child with areas in the following subjects:

Please continue to assist your child with objectives in English, Math, Reading, Science, and Social Studies. Use the monthly Homework Study Guide to assist your child on a daily basis. An Additional Homework Supoort bundle was sent home this week for reinforcement. Any homework that is sent home does not have to be returned to class.

ENGLISH Practice recognizing uppercase/lowercase letters, sounds and writing letters Ff, Tt, Bb, Nn,  Mm, Cc, Aa, Ii, Rr

-Assist your child with areas in fine motor skills (holding/appropriate pencil grip and writing with a pencil; writing his/her first and last name; holding scissors and cutting with scissors (The fine motor coordination gets better with practice.)                                               -Practice recognizing the list of sight words that were sent home in the monthly homework.  -Practice using  these words in complete verbal sentences.                    -Practice writing his/her name legibly using uppercase and lowercase letters.

MATH                                                                                                               -Practice verbally counting 10; 0-100 daily    – Practice recognizing, identifying, and describing geometric shapes,        -Practice identifying, describing, extending, and creating repeating patterns.                                         -Recognizing and extending patterns                                                             -Practice counting 0-10; counting orally a set of given objects daily        -Practice recognizing and identifying numbers 0-10 daily

SOCIAL STUDIES -Practice following rules; understanding consequences for breaking rules -Practice recognizing seasonal/climate changes. Discuss the characteristics of the seasons as it relates to the climate in our area. Discuss the current season and its characteristics. -Practice learning personal information (his/her name, parents’ name, birthdate, address, phone number)

EVENTS AND DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wear orange…………………………………………………Every Wednesday in October

Title I/ Open House night 6:30 PM (Chik Fil A will be sold this night)………………October 10, 2019

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have  a great week

### September 23-27, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 1:29 am on Sunday, September 22, 2019

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you enjoyed your weekend.

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten.

Practice recognizing uppercase/lowercase letters, sounds and writing letters Ff,Tt, Bb, Nn,  Mm, Cc , Aa, Ii

-Practice writing his/her name legibly using uppercase and lowercase letters.

Math                                                                                                        -Practice verbally counting 0-100 daily.                                                                  -Practice recognizing, identifying, and describing geometric shapes,         -Practice identifying, describing, extending, and creating repeating patterns.

Social Studies                                                                                                 -Demonstrate good citizenship, following rules and understanding consequences for breaking rules. -Begin assist your child with learning personal information (his/her name parents’ name, birthdate, address, phone number.

Science: Sorting by size, shape, color, texture

DATES AND EVENTS

Monday 23, 2019………………………ID registration forms are due

Wednesdays………………………………Wear green to recognize Good Manners month.

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