Week of May 21-25, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 4:57 pm on Friday, May 18, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten.

Continue to assist your child with homework daily. Also refer to the monthly Homework Study Guide that was sent home to reinforce the objectives and skills below.

English (Identify all 26 letters of the alphabet taught in random order; identify digraphs (sh, th, ch, wh); match sounds to letters (point to the letter and say the sound), recognize and verbally produce rhyming words/identify pictures that rhyme.  Label pictures using phonetic spelling (write the word for a picture). Track the words in sentences while reading; recognize as  many sight words as possible (Use the list of 100 sight words) and  words in sentences using  and  letter/sound association. Students should know at least 40 words on the word list.

Math (* Count objects orally in groups 0-30; select the matching number and write the corresponding number  to match a group of objects 0-30 (Practice writing using appropriate number formation–Try not to reverse or transpose the numbers); count by ones 0-100, identify and interpret components of a calendar. 

Social Studies (Identify people, events, objects-transportation, appliances, etc. of the past and present.**Be certain that your child knows all his/her personal formation: recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, age, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information. Your child cannot receive NI in any academic areas on the report card to receive a certificate  so please continue to reinforce all subject area.

EVENTS AND

State Testing will begins………………………………………………………Continued daily this week.

Memorial Day (School closed)………………………………………………Monday, May 28, 2018 Memorial Day

Family Reading Night ” Camp Read-A-Lot…………………………….Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Have a great week.

Thank you for your effort and support.

 

Week of May 14-18, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 6:51 pm on Monday, May 14, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you enjoyed your weekend. Mothers, I hope you enjoyed your Mother’s Day.

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten.

Continue to assist your child with homework daily. Also refer to the monthly Homework Study Guide that was sent home to reinforce the objectives and skills below.

English (Identify all 26 letters of the alphabet taught in random order; identify digraphs (sh, th, ch, wh); match sounds to letters (point to the letter and say the sound), recognize and verbally produce rhyming words/identify pictures that rhyme.  Label pictures using phonetic spelling (write the word for a picture). Track the words in sentences while reading; recognize as  many sight words as possible (Use the list of 100 sight words) and  words in sentences using  and  letter/sound association

Math (* Count objects orally in groups 0-30; select the matching number and write the corresponding number  to match a group of objects 0-30 (Practice writing using appropriate number formation–Try not to reverse or transpose the numbers); count by ones 0-100, 

Science (*Practice investigating and understanding the basic needs and life cycle of plants.)

Social Studies (Identify examples of past events, legends and historical accounts and people–Betsy Ross.**Be certain that your child knows all his/her personal formation: recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, age, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information. Your child cannot receive NI in any academic areas on the report card to receive a certificate  so please continue to reinforce all subject area.

EVENTS AND

Family Reading Night………………………………………………………… Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.

State Testing will begins………………………………………………………Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Memorial Day (School closed)………………………………………………Monday, May 28, 2018 Memorial Day

Family Reading Night ” Camp Read-A-Lot…………………………….Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Have a great week.

Thank you for your effort and support.

 

WEEK of May 7-11, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 5:34 pm on Friday, May 4, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome to another week of Kindergarten. We certainly had a busy one last week.  I appreciate all the support that you provided for field day.  You help made it a wonderful event.

Continue to assist your child with homework daily. Also refer to the monthly Homework Study Guide that was sent home to reinforce the objectives and skills below.

English (Identify all 26 letters of the alphabet taught in random order; identify digraphs (sh, th, ch, wh); match sounds to letters (point to the letter and say the sound), recognize and verbally produce rhyming words/identify pictures that rhyme.  Label pictures using phonetic spelling (write the word for a picture). Track the words in sentences while reading; recognize as  many sight words as possible (Use the list of 100 sight words) and  words in sentences using  and  letter/sound association/; 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 using proper letter formation.

Math (*Practice recognizing fraction /fair shares-Have your child to divide 5 pieces of candy between two people. Practice recognizing and showing equal parts -halves for different objects. Ongoing Practice: drawing pictures for addition stories to solve problems deriving a the correct sum; recognize money–distinguish differences in coins and values-penny, dime, nickel, quarter, count and determine the amount; match a group of pennies equivalent to a a nickel,dime , penny, and quarter. Count objects orally in groups 0-30; select the matching number and write the corresponding number  to match a group of objects 0-30 (Practice writing using appropriate formation; count by ones 0-100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; count groups of tens by tens up to 100; write numbers 0-30 using number pattern (Practice writing using appropriate formation. Try not to reverse or transpose the numbers) ; complete part-part whole number bonds; recognize patterns; extend patterns; label patterns; create patterns, transfer patterns (create a given pattern but in a different way–Example: ABAB shape pattern can be transferred as ABAB color pattern, recognize numbers and groups in terms of least and greatest

Science (* Practice investigating and understanding the basic needs and life cycle of plants.)

Social Studies (**Be certain that your child knows all his/her personal formation: recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, age, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information. Continue to reinforce this information.

EVENTS AND

Family Reading Night………………………………………………………… Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.

PALS Testing………………………………………………………………………Tuesday, May 7, 2018

Students receive Interim reports……………………………………………Tuesday, May 8, 2018                                            Math Post test …………………………………………………………………….Thursday 9-Friday 10, 2018

Have a great week.

Thank you for your effort and support.

 

 

 

 

WEEK OF APRIL30 -MAY 4, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 5:16 pm on Monday, April 30, 2018

Dear parents/Guardians,

Welcome to another exciting week of Kindergarten.                                                                                                Our students are continuing to blossom every day.

Continue to assist your child with homework daily. Also refer to the monthly Homework Study Guide that was sent home to reinforce the objectives and skills below.

English (Identify all 26 letters of the alphabet taught in random order; identify digraphs (sh, th, ch, wh); match sounds to letters (point to the letter and say the sound), recognize and verbally produce rhyming words/identify pictures that rhyme.  Label pictures using phonetic spelling (write the word for a picture). Track the words in sentences while reading; recognize as  many sight words as possible (Use the list of 100 sight words) and  words in sentences using  and  letter/sound association/; 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 using proper letter formation.

Math (*Practice recognizing fraction /fair shares-Have your child to divide 5 pieces of candy between two people. Practice recognizing and showing equal parts -halves for different objects. Ongoing Practice: drawing pictures for addition stories to solve problems deriving a the correct sum; recognize money–distinguish differences in coins and values-penny, dime, nickel, quarter, count and determine the amount; match a group of pennies equivalent to a a nickel,dime , penny, and quarter. Count objects orally in groups 0-30; select the matching number and write the corresponding number  to match a group of objects 0-30 (Practice writing using appropriate formation; count by ones 0-100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; count groups of tens by tens up to 100; write numbers 0-30 using number pattern (Practice writing using appropriate formation. Try not to reverse or transpose the numbers) ; complete part-part whole number bonds; recognize patterns; extend patterns; label patterns; create patterns, transfer patterns (create a given pattern but in a different way–Example: ABAB shape pattern can be transferred as ABAB color pattern, recognize numbers and groups in terms of least and greatest

Science (* Practice investigating and understanding the basic needs and life cycle of plants.)

Social Studies (**Be certain that your child knows all his/her personal formation: recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, age, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information. Continue to reinforce this information.

EVENTS AND DATES

*Field Day is scheduled to take place…………………………………… Friday, May 4, 2018                                       (Kindergarten students need to wear a blue shirt on this day.)                                                                           ** NPES Field Day Concessions consist of the following:  Cotton Candy-$2.00, Snow Cones-$2.00;Heart Association Lanyards-$3.00; Pups & Ducks $2.00; Jax & Clip-$5.00 (Tickets for Concessions will only be sold Friday morning.)**  You will receive a hard copy of this information tomorrow.

Family Reading Night………………………………………………………… Tuesday, May 8th at 6:00 p.m.

PALS Test…………………………………………………………………………..Thursday, May 4, 2018

Students receive Interim reports……………………………………………Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Have a great week.

Thank you for your effort and support.

 

Week Of April 23-27, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 6:15 pm on Monday, April 23, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you enjoyed your weekend.

Welcome back to another exciting week of Kindergarten.

Continue to assist your child with homework daily. Also refer to the monthly Homework Study Guide that was sent home to reinforce the objectives and skills below.

English (Identify all 26 letters of the alphabet taught in random order; identify digraphs (sh, th, ch, wh); match sounds to letters (point to the letter and say the sound), recognize and verbally produce rhyming words/identify pictures that rhyme.  Label pictures using phonetic spelling (write the word for a picture). Track the words in sentences while reading; recognize as  many sight words as possible (Use the list of 100 sight words) and  words in sentences using  and  letter/sound association/; 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.

Math (*Practice recognizing fraction /fair shares-Have your child to divide 5 pieces of candy between two people. Practice recognizing and showing equal parts -halves for different objects. Ongoing Practice: drawing pictures for addition stories to solve problems deriving a the correct sum; recognize money–distinguish differences in coins and values-penny, dime, nickel, quarter, count and determine the amount; match a group of pennies equivalent to a a nickel,dime , penny, and quarter. Count objects orally in groups 0-30; select the matching number and write the corresponding number  to match a group of objects 0-30 (Practice writing using appropriate formation; count by ones 0-100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; count groups of tens by tens up to 100; write numbers 0-30 using number pattern (Practice writing using appropriate formation. Try not to reverse or transpose the numbers) ; complete part-part whole number bonds; recognize patterns; extend patterns; label patterns; create patterns, transfer patterns (create a given pattern but in a different way–Example: ABAB shape pattern can be transferred as ABAB color pattern, recognize numbers and groups in terms of least and greatest

Science (* Practice investigating and understanding the basic needs and life cycle of plants.)

Social Studies (**Be certain that your child knows all his/her personal formation: recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, age, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information. Continue to reinforce this information.

EVENTS AND DATES

*Book Fair…………………………………………………………………………..Monday, April 18-27, Wednesday, 2018)

*3rd Nine Weeks Student Recognition Assemblies …………………Thursday, April 26, 2018                       (9:50 AM for grades K-2 and 10:30 AM for grades 3-5 at NPES in the gym)

*Kindergarten Field Trip……………………………………………………..Friday, April 27, 2018                                      “The Lion King” performance at Nansemond River High School anticipated time 10:00-1:00 PM

*Field Day is scheduled to take place…………………………………… Friday, May 4, 2018                                       (Letters were sent home.) (Kindergarten students need to wear a blue shirt on this day.

Family Reading Night………………………………………………………… Tuesday, May 8th at 6:00 p.m.

PALS Test…………………………………………………………………………..first week in May  (TBA)

Have a great week.

Thank you for your effort and support.

 

WEEK OF APRIL 16-20, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 5:16 pm on Monday, April 16, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians:

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

Continue to assist your child with homework daily. Also refer to the monthly Homework Study Guide that was sent home to reinforce the objectives and skills below.

English (Identify all 26 letters of the alphabet taught in random order; identify digraphs (sh, th, ch, wh); match sounds to letters (point to the letter and say the sound), recognize and verbally produce rhyming words/identify pictures that rhyme.  Label pictures using phonetic spelling (write the word for a picture). Track the words in sentences while reading; recognize as  many sight words as possible (Use the list of 100 sight words) and  words in sentences using  and  letter/sound association/; 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.

Math (Practice drawing pictures for addition stories to solve problems deriving a the correct sum; recognize money–distinguish differences in coins and values-penny, dime, nickel, quarter, count and determine the amount; match a group of pennies equivalent to a a nickel,dime , penny, and quarter. Count objects orally in groups 0-30; select the matching number and write the corresponding number  to match a group of objects 0-30 (Practice writing using appropriate formation; count by ones 0-100, by fives 5-100, by tens 10-100 using the number pattern; count groups of tens by tens up to 100; write numbers 0-30 using number pattern (Practice writing using appropriate formation. Try not to reverse or transpose the numbers) ; complete part-part whole number bonds; recognize patterns; extend patterns; label patterns; create patterns, transfer patterns (create a given pattern but in a different way–Example: ABAB shape pattern can be transferred as ABAB color pattern, recognize numbers and groups in terms of least and greatest

Science ( Practice investigating and understanding that materials can be reduced, recycled, and reused.)

Social Studies (**Be certain that your child knows all his/her personal formation: recognize personal information-student’s name, parents’ name, birthdate, age, address, phone number) Please continue to assist your child with recognizing this information. Continue to reinforce this information.

EVENTS AND DATES

*The district Young Writers Ceremony…………………………………..Tuesday, April 17, 2018                                   (6:00 p.m. at KFMS)

*Annual “Math and Science Night”………………………………………. Tuesday, April 17, 2018                           (starting  6:00 PM at NPES)

*Book Fair…………………………………………………………………………..Monday, April 18-27, Wednesday, 2018)

*Report Cards will be distributed…………………………………………..Friday, April 20, 2018

*3rd Nine Weeks Student Recognition Assemblies …………………Monday, April 23, 2018                       (9:50 AM for grades K-2 and 10:30 AM for grades 3-5 at NPES in the gym)

*Field Day is scheduled to take place…………………………………… Friday, May 4, 2018                                       (Letters were sent home this week.)

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.  🙂

WEEK OF APRIL 9-13, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 12:40 am on Saturday, April 7, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Welcome  back to another week of Kindergarten.

I hope you all enjoyed the Spring  Break.

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.  Track the words in sentences; recognize sight words and  words in sentences using letter/sound association/; 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.

Math (Practice drawing pictures for addition stories to solve problems deriving a the correct sum; recognize money–distinguish differences in coins and values-penny, dime, nickel, quarter, count and determine the amount; count objects orally in groups 0-20; select the matching number and write the corresponding number 0-20; count by ones 0-100, 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 (create a given pattern but in a different way–Example: ABAB shape pattern can be transferred as ABAB color pattern, recognize numbers and groups in terms of least and greatest

Science ( Practice investigating and understanding  basic needs of  life processes of plants and animals.)

Social Studies (**Be certain that your child knows all his/her personal formation: 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
*Trex recycling boxes are set up in the                                                                                                                            front lobby for to recycle plastic bags…………………………………..Daily

*Spring Break……………………………………………………………………..Monday, April 2-Friday, April 6, 2018

*Post Math Assessment ……………………………………………………….Administer the middle of April (TBA)

*Spring PALS Assessment…………………………………………………….Administer in May (TBA)

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.

WEEK OF MARCH 26-30, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 12:21 pm on Monday, March 26, 2018

D,ear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you enjoyed your weekend.

Welcome to another weekend of Kindergarten!

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;  Track the words in sentences; recognize sight words and  words in sentences using letter/sound association/; 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.

Math (Practice recognizing different positions using terms: above, below, next to, draw pictures for addition stories to solve problems deriving a the correct sum; 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

History
Social Studies ( Recognize maps/globes, recognize objects to show position/location such as:above, below, in front , behind, near, far, beside **Be certain that your child knows all his/her personal formation: 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
*Trex recycling boxes are set up in the                                                                                                                            front lobby for us to recycle plastic bags……………………………..Daily

*Spring Break……………………………………………………………………Monday, April 2-Friday, April 6, 2018

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.

WEEK OF MARCH 19-23, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 4:34 pm on Monday, March 19, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I hope you enjoyed your weekend.

Welcome to another weekend of Kindergarten.

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 and ending sounds to make words. EXAMPLE: Change: rat—cat—bat EXAMPLE: Change: cap–cat; 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.

Math (Practice recognizing different positions using terms: above, below, next to, draw pictures for addition stories to solve problems deriving a the correct sum; 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

History
Social Studies ( Recognize maps/globes, recognize objects to show position/location such as:above, below, in front , behind, near, far**Be certain that your child knows all his/her personal formation: 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
*Individual Spring Pictures and Class pictures will be taken…………….Friday, March 23, 2018

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.

WEEK OF MARCH 12-16, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — Benjenecia Dildy at 4:08 pm on Monday, March 12, 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. 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 and ending sounds to make words. EXAMPLE: Change: rat—cat—bat EXAMPLE: Change: cap–cat; 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.

Math (Practice graphing and interpreting graphs (more/less; least/fewest) objects, draw pictures for addition stories to solve problems deriving a the correct sum; 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

History
Social Studies ( Recognize maps/globes **Be certain that your child knows all his/her personal formation: 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.

*March of Dimes Fundraiser…………………………………………..(Daily This Week)
*Our Annual *Father/Daughter Dance is scheduled ……………………….Friday, March 16, 2018 *Individual Spring Pictures and Class pictures will be taken…………….Friday, March 23, 2018

Thank you for your effort and support.

Have a great week.

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