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    Welcome to Kindergarten!

     

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    The following activities are daily plans you can do at

     

    home while school is out due to illness.

     

    *Some extra things you can do during our time*

    Log a weather journal each day drawing and labeling.

    Practice sight words from the list in your child's folder.

    Daily Reading

    Have students write about books they read (opinion, summary, etc)

    Go outside and write down the sights and sounds of spring.

    Daily journal writing about their time off.

    CVC practice

    https://www.getepic.com/sign-in (our class code is deq4899)

    http://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/u/368988

     

    The following is a daily plan you may follow:

     



    Week of May 11-15

    May 11:

    *Getepic.com “Take Care of the Earth Everyday”.  After reading, write 3-5 sentences to persuade your family to take care of the earth.

    *Math-  students should know how to identify a penny and know the value.

    *Read 20 minutes to yourself, a family member, or a stuffed animal.

     

    May 12:

    *Getepic.com “How I Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle”  After reading, write about ways YOU can take care of the earth.  Project: pick up trash, plant a tree, etc to help our earth.

    *Math-Students should be able to identify a nickel and know to the value.

    *Read 20 minutes to yourself, a family member, or a stuffed animal.

     

    May 13:

    *Getepic.com “The Three Little Recyclers”.  If you could build a house out of recycled products, what would you choose and why?  Write 3-5 sentences and include a picture to show what your house will look like.

    *Math-Students should be able to identify a dime and know the value.

    *Read 20 minutes to yourself, a family member, or a stuffed animal.

     

    May 14:

    *Getepic.com “What Matters”.  After reading, think of a time you did something that seems small.  Think hard about how it could have helped someone or something else.  Write about it.

    *Math- Students should be able to identify a quarter and know the value.

    *Read 20 minutes to yourself, a family member, or a stuffed animal.

     

    May 15:

    *Write about why it is important to take care of our earth?  What would it be like to live in a world covered in trash?

    *Math- sort coins into separate piles.  Then use nickels and dimes to practice skip counting by 5s and 10s.

    *Read 20 minutes to yourself, a family member, or a stuffed animal.




    May 18-22

    May 18:

    *Today, think about your favorite book.  Reread it and then write to persuade someone to read it.  What do you like about it?  Why should the person read it?

    *Math- practice counting to 100.  Write numbers to 25

    *Read 20 minutes to yourself, a family member, or a stuffed animal.

     

    May 19:

    *Write about your favorite activity to do during the summer.  Include why you enjoy it.  Who does this activity with you?

    *Math- write numbers 0-50

    *Read 20 minutes to yourself, a family member, or a stuffed animal.

     

    May 20:

    *Today, write about your favorite part of kindergarten.

    *Math write numbers 0-75

    *Read 20 minutes to yourself, a family member, or a stuffed animal.

     

    May 21:

    *Create a list of things you hope to learn in 1st grade.  

    *Math- write number 0-100

    *Read 20 minutes to yourself, a family member, or a stuffed animal.

     

    May 22:

    *Today is the last “official” day of kindergarten!  Draw a picture of yourself today and write 3 things you learned during the school year.

    *Read 20 minutes to yourself, a family member, or a stuffed animal.

     

  • Reminders:

    *When your child is absent, please be sure to send a note or doctor's excuse so the day will be excused by the school.

    *5 unexcused tardies will result in morning detention. Keep in mind, your child needs enough time to get into the classroom before the bell rings at 8:30.

    *Be sure to sign up for Text Alerts to let you know of any schedule changes due to unexpected weather.

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