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Kindergarten

~ A Word from Mrs. Martin ~

Religion: 

Learning Goals: God is love; God loves us; Good parents love and protect their children; we are God's children, and He loves and protects us; Guardian Angels help God protect us; The love our family is like God's love, and God's love is even greater; God created everything in the world; He created the world out of nothing; He created the things we can see and the things we can't see; learning about creation is one way we can learn about God; because God is good, creation is good;

Vocabulary:  Guardian Angel

 

Reading:

Distinguish between c and o; associate picture names with initial /o/; associate o with /o/ and c with /k/; encode o for /o/; form Oo; distinguish between reality and fantasy; follow oral directions;drawing something you like to do; identify parts of a book;  discuss the meaning of surprise, special, fork (in the road), and intersection; use prior knowledge; answer questions about a story; generate questions to make predictions and draw conclusion; speak as a story character; discuss how to solve a problem; recognize that words are made up of letters; identify uppercase and lowercase Gg; idenitfy initial /g/; associate picture names with initial /g/; associate Gg with /g/; discuss smells; discuss gas stations; draw conclusions from pictures; listen for details in a song;

Phonics:

 To identify and isolate initial sounds; to recognize initial /t/; to identify picture names that begin with the sound of t; to develop oral language; to visually recognize T and t; to print T and t;  to match initial sounds; to recognize initial /h/; to identify picture names that  begin with the sound of h; to visually recognize H and h; to print H and h; to match initial sounds; to recognize initial /b/; to recognize picture names that begin with the sound of b; to develop oral language; to visually recognize B and b; to print B and b;

Handwriting:

 Trace and write uppercase and lowercase Ee and numbers 1-4

Math:

Compare sets of objects using comparative language; Problem solving-compare by matching and counting sets to 5; Model, count 6; Model different ways to make 6; Count and write six

Vocabulary words: greater, less, six, and ten frame

Science:

Identify the steps in a design process; vocabulary- problem, design and solve; 

Social Studies:

Vocabulary: children, parents, responsibility, private, and respect

 Students will learn that responsibility is a duty to do or not do something.  They will discuss the examples of responsibility and privacy.

 

Reminders

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