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Welcome to Kindergarten Welcome to Kindergarten

Morning Job S. T. A. R. T DAILY ACTIVITIES Calendar Language Arts-Work Stations P. Morning Job S. T. A. R. T DAILY ACTIVITIES Calendar Language Arts-Work Stations P. E. / Music/ Art Lunch Recess Work Stations-Writer’s Workshop Math Science/ Social Studies Dismissal

Check your backpack notes from home lunch or lunch money library books or folders Check your backpack notes from home lunch or lunch money library books or folders

Bring a sweater to school. Bring a sweater to school.

Kindergarten Expectations Reading/Composition Letter recognition (upper and lower case) Develop Phonemic awareness letter sounds Kindergarten Expectations Reading/Composition Letter recognition (upper and lower case) Develop Phonemic awareness letter sounds (beginning, middle, end) rhyming words letter deletion, letter substitution segment words Recognize Sight Words Write first and last name Writing – sounding out words and writing what you hear

Alphabet Arc • • Used to teach order of alphabet Sounds of letters Building Alphabet Arc • • Used to teach order of alphabet Sounds of letters Building Words c-a-t letter deletion *Say cat without the /c/ = at letter substitution *Change the /s/ in sat to /b/ = bat

Phonics Song Phonics Song

Sight Words • Words will be listed in our Homework folders and websites. • Sight Words • Words will be listed in our Homework folders and websites. • Most sight words can not be sounded out. Must be learned by sight. • Fun games to review the words. Ex: Which words rhyme with bike - like • Make flash cards out of words to review at home. • Children should be able to read and write them.

Read with your child • Discuss with your child *parts of a book – Read with your child • Discuss with your child *parts of a book – cover, title page. . . *who are the characters? *what is the setting? *what do you think will happen next? *what words rhyme? *Use picture clues.

Listening Comprehension • After you read a story to your child, have them: *Draw Listening Comprehension • After you read a story to your child, have them: *Draw a picture of what happened. *Predict what might happen at the end of story. (When you leave off the ending) *Sequence the story. Story retell

Letter Expert • Every child gets to be a Letter Expert • Your child Letter Expert • Every child gets to be a Letter Expert • Your child will bring home a bag/envelope with a cardboard letter, sentence strip, and a book. • Help them find pictures to represent the beginning sound of the letter. -Use clip art or magazine pictures. • Read the book with them.

Writer’s Workshop • Daily Message –Count words in sentences, Capital letters, spacing, ending marks. Writer’s Workshop • Daily Message –Count words in sentences, Capital letters, spacing, ending marks. • Journals • Predictable Charts • Writing in books

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I lk t go t t pk I lk t go t t pk

I like to go to the prk. I like to go to the prk.

Kindergarten Expectations Math Graphing Count, write and compare numbers to 20 Numeral Recognition Geometry Kindergarten Expectations Math Graphing Count, write and compare numbers to 20 Numeral Recognition Geometry and Measurement Addition Subtraction Recognition of coins

Graphing • Which creature do more children like? . . Graphing • Which creature do more children like? . .

Addition Joanne put 5 teddy bear erasers on her desk. Then she put 2 Addition Joanne put 5 teddy bear erasers on her desk. Then she put 2 more teddy bear erasers on her desk. How many teddy bear erasers did she put on her desk? Which number sentence tells this story? a. b. 4 and 2 is 6. 5 and 2 is 7. c. d. 3 and 2 is 5. 5 and 3 is 8.

Subtraction 5 cars are on the track. Corey took away 3 cars. How many Subtraction 5 cars are on the track. Corey took away 3 cars. How many cars are left on the track? Which number sentence tells this story? a. 6 take away 3 is 3. c. 4 take away 2 is 2. b. 5 take away 3 is 2. d. 3 take away 2 is 1.

Science This is the subject area that will allow your child to taste, touch, Science This is the subject area that will allow your child to taste, touch, smell, feel and see the amazing world that they live in! Topics explored this year: Procedures Safety and Tools Earth and Space Organisms and Environment Changes in Matter Force, Motion and Energy

Social Studies Topics covered First nine weeks: *Place events in chronological order *Locate places Social Studies Topics covered First nine weeks: *Place events in chronological order *Locate places on school campus *Identify purpose for having rules *Identify authority figures in school, home and community *Identify U. S. and Texas flags and recite pledges *Participate in Sep. 11 th day of rememberance

Grading E – Excellent S – Satisfactory N – Needs to Improve U - Grading E – Excellent S – Satisfactory N – Needs to Improve U - Unsatisfactory

Wednesday Folders Please sign and return Wednesday Folders Please sign and return

BOOK ORDERS Good books at a good price BOOK ORDERS Good books at a good price

Dismissal Walkers Car Riders Bus Riders Day Care You must notify me if there Dismissal Walkers Car Riders Bus Riders Day Care You must notify me if there any changes in dismissal procedures. Your child telling me is not enough.

You can help! Spend time reviewing school work. Read to your child daily. Ask You can help! Spend time reviewing school work. Read to your child daily. Ask questions, answer questions. Praise every accomplishment. Encourage best work. Enjoy every minute. Contact us with questions or concerns.