Senior Kindergarten

Welcome to the SK class page. I will post classroom information as well as monthly learning updates under each subject.

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Classroom Information

  • FRIDAYS are library days, so please make sure your child brings back his/her book by the end of each week.
  • Reminder about toys at school: LCA allows toys to be brought to school, but with the knowledge that the toy is the child’s full responsibility and that it could get dirty or broken or get lost/go missing. I do not allow toys to be brought into the SK classroom (exceptions are made for sharing days) and toys are to stay in backpacks and only come out at recess time. Students are also not allowed to give away toys at school, as this could possibly cause hurt feelings for other students. Parents, if you choose to allow your child to bring a toy to school, please review these expectations with your child. Thanks.

Important Dates

Our field trip to Apple Land Station will be in the afternoon on Wednesday, October 16th.

Please see the orange October calendar for all other important dates and classroom information.


We are exploring a letter a week (name, sound, writing) as well as Language centres, journals, and sight words.

Sight Words: he, she, is, and

Letters: Ii, Ff, Hh, Uu (writing and sounds)


We have begun our unit on exploring numbers (counting, number identification, creating sets, simple addition problems, etc.)


We are talking about Thanksgiving and then we will move into our new unit on the Fruits of the Spirit. We will learn about each fruit and then talk about how we can apply what we have learned to our lives.


We are focusing this month on Thanksgiving (how to be thankful, turkeys) and Fall (apples, pumpkins and leaves).

We have begun our Project-Based Learning project about Trees by visiting our class tree in the park, writing about it and creating artwork in our classroom.