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Kindergarten

~ A Word from Mrs. Martin ~

Religion: 

Learning Goals:  Jesus performed miracles so people would know He was God; He performed many kinds of miracles; all of His miracles showed God's love; Jesus' greatest miracle was the Resurrection; Jesus taught us the Our Father; the Our Father is our most important prayer; Our Father in Heaven know what we need before we ask Him;

Vocabulary: The Lord's Prayer

Reading: 

  Identify uppercase and lowercase Mm; identify /m/; associate Mm with /m/; discuss scavenger hunts; listen for details in a song; identify uppercase and lowercase Mm; compare N and M; compare n and m; distinguish between m/m/ and n/n/; encode words; form Mm and exclamation marks; use correct spacing and punctuation in sentences; identity the title of a story; understand text features; read memory words no, of , I; use prior knowledge; answer questions about a story; generate questions to make predictions; determine important ideas; blend sounds to decode words; read memory word for; understand synonyms and antonyms; spell memory word for; recall details; follow oral directions; 

Phonics:

 build vocabulary; produce rhyming words; identify long vowels a, i, o, u, and e; match medial sounds in CVCe words; make new words by deleting initial phonemes in CVCe words; recognize long /a/; recognize that a_e stand for long /a/; spell CVCe words with long /a/ a_e;  identify and isolate medial sounds in CVCe words; segment and blend phonemes in CVCe words; recognize long /i/; recognize that i_e stands for long /i/; spell CVCe words with long /i/ i_e;  match medial sounds in CVCe words; make new words by substituting phonemes in CVCe words; recognize long /o/; recognize that o_e stands for long /o/; spell CVCe words with long /o/ o_e; 

Handwriting:

 Copy sentences from board

Math:

Solve problems using logical reasoning; Identify, sort, and describe circles; vocabulary: circle, curve, two-dimensional shape; Identify and describe triangles; vocabulary: triangle, sides, vertex, vertices, corners;

Social Studies: 

Students will learn about presidents and other patriot men and women in the U.S. prior to 1880 (e.g. George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Harriet Tubman, Stephen F. Austin, Jose Antonio Navarro).

Science:

Compare animals by size, shape, or body coverings; observe and describe similarities and differences in the appearances of animal; identify and name body parts of animals; identify way animals move;

 

Reminders

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