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Kindergarten

~ A Word from Mrs. Martin ~

Religion: 

Learning Goals: God intentionally and deliberately created each one of us; human life is precious; God made us to be with Him; God created the first people, Adam and Eve; Adam and Eve disobeyed God. This was a bad choice; Bad choices are called sins; Adam and Eve's sin is called Original Sin; 

Vocabulary: sin and original sin

Reading: 

 Match uppercase and lowercase letters; discuss a city neighborhood; follow oral directions;  understand the meaning of swaying, hunched up, and swooping; use prior knowledge; answer questions about a poem; recognize text structure; understand descriptive language; recite lines of a poem rhythmically; ognize that words are made up of letters; identify uppercase and lowercase Dd; identify initial /d/; associate Dd with /d/; discuss fixing toys and inventing new things; draw conclusions from pictures; listen for details in a song; associate picture names with initial /d/; associate Dd with /d/; form D; identify uppercase and lowercase Cc, Gg, Aa, Dd; associate Cc with /k/, Aa with /a/, Gg with /g/, Dd with /d/; encode d for  /d/; follow oral directions;

Phonics:

Segment onsets and rimes; recognize that Ll stand for /l/; recognize initial /l/; print L and l; segment onsets and rimes; identify onset and rime; recognize initial /d/; recognize the Dd stands for /d/; print D and d; identify and isolate initial sounds; recognize initial /k/; identify picture names that begin with /k/; visually recognize C and c; print C and c;

Handwriting:

 Trace and print Ii and Jj

Math:

 Count and order numbers to 10; Compare by matching sets to 10; vocabulary: fewer, more; Compare by counting sets to 10; One more and one less than another number;

Vocabulary: greater, less

Social Studies: 

Students will understand that history tells the story of people and events from different times and places.  They will also learn about Christopher Columbus and Columbus Day

Science:

Observe, record, and discuss how matter can be changed by heating observe, record, and discuss how matter can be changed by cooling

 

Reminders

Library books due on Tuesdays
Resting towels will come home on Fridays for washing
Please return on next school-day