Monday Letter 1/14/19

Dear Kindergarten Parents,

I hope that you enjoyed the long weekend as much as I did and are managing ok without the viaduct. Hopefully there won’t be any issues, but if you are ever worried you won’t make it here by 3:00, just contact the office and we will make arrangements.

Reminders…

  • Check HR website for Catholic Schools Week details
  • Mass on Wednesday
  • 1/ 21No school
  • Feb. 8th– no school for kindergarten students so that we may assess next year’s kids. BASE is open all day

Curriculum for the Week:

Language Arts: Our theme is, where do different animals make their homes. Skills taught include, blending phonemes, identifying final sounds, using context clues, forming complete sentences and recognizing the author’s purpose. Our new words are: man, are, now and the new phonograms are :er, ir, ur  Please spend time on the words and reading the sentences to build a strong sight word vocabulary.

Math:  Composing and decomposing numbers to 10.

Science/ Engineering:  Finishing up our force and motion unit with some inventions that use force to roll balls or tumble dominoes.

Religion:  In addition to this week’s gospel reflection, we will learn about church celebrations.

Second Step: Understanding how to handle accidents.

Homework:

Monday: sight words- try a slap jack type of game for speedy word recognition

Tuesday: math (Redbird site)

Wednesday: reader- PLEASE RETURN THURSDAY MORNING

Have a great week!

Mrs. Clarke