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Welcome to our Kindergarten Classrooms!!

We look forward to working with you and your child throughout the school year. We hope you and your child enjoyed the summer and that you are ready to embark on an important milestone in your child's life.  Kindergarten is a year of growing socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. Your involvement, interest, and enthusiasm will help make this a wonderful year of growth for you and your child.

Take a moment to imagine the kindergarten world: letters, numbers, stories, sharing blocks, puzzles, play, paint and play-dough. Imagination and creativity are everywhere. As you talk with your child about their day and celebrate their best effort on the work they do, remember that Kindergarten is a "child's garden." Many times the process is more important than the product, and learning is accomplished by doing, touching, and experiencing.

At this early stage of learning, it is important to set routines in your child's life.  Try to set aside time each day to discuss what your child did in any activities or in school.

Our Kindergarten team feels that our greatest contribution so far in education has been serving our students to the best of our ability and being an advocate for their education.
 
Thank you for entrusting your child to us at Sunset Park Elementary School,
Sincerely,   
Mrs. Cappellucci
Mr. Flowers
Mrs. Incitti



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  • Kindergarten Website list
    Posted May 30, 2015, 10:02 AM by Andrea Incitti
  • Language Arts Literacy Journeys Common Core Journeys Common Core is the district kindergarten English Language Arts program that is designed to meet the rigor of the Common Core State Standards.  Based on the principles of balanced ...
    Posted May 30, 2015, 9:23 AM by Andrea Incitti
  • Volunteering Make yourself known. Come in. Look around. Peruse the textbooks and materials. Knowledge is power. When you know about the subjects your child is studying, you will be able to ...
    Posted May 30, 2015, 9:20 AM by Andrea Incitti
  • You are your child's FIRST and MOST IMPORTANT teacher!  To get your child ready for kindergarten, teach new skills through familiar activities (i.e. counting, sorting)set behavioral limits and be consistent with disciplineencourage your child to accept ...
    Posted May 30, 2015, 9:10 AM by Andrea Incitti
  • Students entering kindergarten should be able to: share and understand the concept of taking turnscooperate and play well with otherssit still and listen to an entire storyattend to a task for at least 10 ...
    Posted May 30, 2015, 9:09 AM by Andrea Incitti
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