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Spiders

Dear Parents, Here is a look at what is going on this week in Kindergarten! Morning Meeting: Sharing topic: What are you going to be for Halloween?  Help prepare your child for what they will present to the class Learning a poem about spiders Literacy: Centers: independent reading: book box books, buddy reading: reading with […]

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Bats

Dear Parents, Here is a look at what is going on this week in Kindergarten! Morning Meeting: Sharing topic: If you could be any animal, what would it be and why?  Help prepare your child for what they will present to the class Learning a poem about bats. Literacy: Centers: independent reading: book box books, […]

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Pumpkins

Dear Parents, Here is a look at what is going on this week in Kindergarten! Morning Meeting: Sharing topic: What is your favorite food and what do you like about it?  Help prepare your child for what they will present to the class Singing the “5 little pumpkins song” Literacy: Building stamina for independent reading, […]

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Sight word testing number 1

Dear Parents, We will be having our very first sight word test this Friday!  Please make sure your child can read and write all the sight words that we have covered so far in class…independently……with no help. J You can help your child practice by creating flash cards with the sight words on them.  You […]

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Community helpers

Dear Parents, Here is a look at what is going on this week in Kindergarten! Morning Meeting: Sharing topic: What do you want to be when you grow up, and why?  Help prepare your child for what they will present to the class Singing the “Spooky October” song and learning the “5 little pumpkins song” […]

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