This Week's News
In Reading This Week:
Focus this week: vowel combos
Trick work: of
In Writing This Week:
In Science This Week:
*Letter formation and sounds: t, b, f, m, n, i, u, c, o, a, g, d, s, e, r, p, j, h, l, k, v, w, x, y, qu, z
*Homework will be an extension of what is learned in class, and will be communicated by the teacher via the class website. The homework assignments will be meaningful, purposeful, and aligned to classwork. We believe homework should be flexible in order to respond to the needs of the students. Therefore, you will not see the exact same assignments on a weekly basis. Some homework may be more skill based, where children are practicing the things they have learned to become more fluent in them (letter sounds, reading, sight words, counting) or to refine skills (letter formation, correcting errors noticed in class.) Other assignments are project based and involve taking our class learning to a place we couldn't in the classroom (individual timeline projects). If classwork is unfinished, that will be homework as well and you will see it in the child's Friday Folder. Thanks for helping your child set up routines for completing and valuing school assignments.
5/1 Math homework due
Book bags due
5/5 Last Scholastic Order due- get books for summer!
5/8 Time Capsule Parent Letter Due
5/11 All library books due
5/12 Mother's Day Muffins 9:00-9:30
Thank you so much, Liam, for getting us a new math game for centers!
Quote of the Week
"I'll stay in kindergarten until I'm 600." -Liam
Froot Loop Spelling!