Category "Kindergarten"

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Kindergarten Math Workshops

Kindergarteners had fun listening to several read-aloud stories last week including: “All For Me and None For All” by Helen Lester; “The Bear Report” by Thyra Heder; and “Hooray for Snow” by Kazuo Iwamura. In Language Arts, students completed a variety of workshops […]

Welcome Back to School!

It’s great to see everyone and hope you all had a great summer! We’re going to have another great year ahead! Kindergarteners had a great first day of school on August 17th. They learned their back to school routines, practiced safety […]

You Are Special

Kindergarteners read the story “You Are Special” by Max Lucado with the Pre-Kindergarten Class last week and we discussed the message of the book. Then students made puppets that will be used in a puppet play that kindergarten and pre-kindergarten students will be […]

Trying Your Best

In Reading, kindergarteners had their first “buddy reading” with the Pre-K class last week. The students enjoyed sharing stories with their friends. Buddy reading is something we will do every Friday from 11:45-12:00. In Language Arts, students learned about the […]

Thinks We Thought Up

“Oh the thinks you can think up only if you try” said Dr. Seuss! Here are the thinks we thought up during Dr. Seuss Week last month: MONDAY was Cat in The Hat Day. Students wore silly hats! In Reading, they […]

Sound of the Letter

In Reading last week, students listened to really fun Dr. Seuss books the entire National Read Across America week in March! They focused on learning different rhyming words and picking out which words rhymed as they read “Hop on Pop” and “One Fish […]

Fiction Vs. Non-Fiction

In Reading and Language, students listened to two versions of the story “The Mitten”. The first version of “The Mitten” was by the authors Jim Aylesworth and Barbara McClintock. The second version of “The Mitten” was by Jan Brett. Students discussed the […]

If I Were President

Our themes for the month of March are Patience, Making Right Choices, and Self-Control. Pre-K and Kindergarteners listened to the read-aloud “Pookins Gets Her Way” by Helen Lester and learned the importance of being considerate and why it’s not always good […]

Wacky Wednesday

It was a fun Dr. Seuss week filled with a different theme each day for the Pre-K and Kindergarten Class! And last Wednesday, the whole school celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day! All the kids loved the read-aloud “Hooray for Saint Patrick’s Day” […]

Core Knowledge Strands

Pre-K and Kindergarten students enjoyed listening to “An Amazing Snowman” by Barbara Jean Hicks; “Geoffrey Groundhog Predicts the Weather” by Bruce Koscielniak; “Snow White” by Charles Santore; “King Arthur and the Sword in the Stone” by Cari Meister; and “Cinderella” by Marcia Brown. […]

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