Kindergarten Weekly Newsletter:
Week of January 27-31st
Here is a list of what your child will be learning this upcoming week, as well as reminders!
Theme: Books! Read-A-Thon Motivation
Focus: Fiction, Non-fiction, Poetry, and
Letter (handwriting): “Ee”
Sight Words: “too” & “little”
Phonics: Recognize and Use High-Frequency Words
with One, Two, or Three Letters, Recognize and Use
Concept Words: Color Names
Writing:Stories, focus on writing details on
What happened in story
Math Skill: Adding within 10
*Monday- (Day 5):Practice sight words,
“too” & “little” / 1st weekly update due for
*Tuesday- (Day 1): Practice writing the letter
Ee correctly (worksheet)
*Wednesday- (Day 2): Read for “Book-It”
*Thursday- (Day 3):Math sheet
*Friday- (Day 4): Happy Friday!
-January “Book-it” reading record sheet
Is due on 1-31-20
-Please send in the 1st Weekly Update
for the Read-a-Thon on Monday!
-A note from our librarian, Miss Weller:
We are going to do a Spirit Week to keep students excited about Read On!
It corresponds with the last week of the competition.
Please add this information to any newsletters/parent communications.
Read On Spirit Week:
Monday, February 3rd - 100th School Day Books- Wear your
100 day shirt! (Your child can wear it with pajama pants too)
Tuesday, February 4th - Fox in Socks Tuesday - Wear Crazy Socks
Wednesday, February 5th - Cat in the Hat Wednesday - Wear a Hat
Thursday, February 6th - The Day the Crayons Came Home Thursday -
Wear Your Favorite Color
Friday, February 7th - Dress Like Your Favorite Book Character Friday
-Our 100th day of school is quickly approaching! The BIG
day is on Monday, Feb. 3rd! (unless things change with
snow days) Please have your child come to school in a special
shirt that he or she creates with 100 of something on it.
-Valentine’s Day activities will be on Friday, Feb. 14th!
A sign-up Genius will come up soon and more communication.
If you want to get Valentines for classmates, we now have 22
students in all. Your child can write names on them or number
them 1-22. Numbers are usually easier or just leave them
blank and have your child sign them.Please have them bring
them to school that day (if they choose to do so) one for
every child in a bag or decorated box. They will pass them
out and receive them on this day.
Have a great weekend!
Lisa Van Ormer