Welcome to Mrs. Johnson's Kindergarten Class!
Dr. Seuss Week: February 27th- March 3rd
Monday- My Many Colored Days- Wear as many colors as you can
Tuesday- Cat in the Hat- Wear red, white and a hat
Wednesday- Wacky Wednesday- Wear wacky, mismatched clothes
Thursday- One Fish, Two Fish- Wear red, blue, or numbers
Friday- Oh, the Places You'll Go- Wear a shirt from your favorite college
Please check the newsletter section below every week.
Sight Word Sticker Books: Students will need to start practicing their sight words: one, two, three, four, five If your child knows their sight words, than color the smiley face or place a sticker on the smiley face.
Decodable Book- Students will have a weekly reading book to read at home. They will need to be read and returned to school by Monday, February 27th . Please complete the reading log by filling out one line per book. Only fill out the reading log with the decodable books, please don't put down library books on the reading log.
TIc Tac Toe Homework Packet- Students were given their first homework packet. Students only need to complete 3 activities from the packet. If you would like your child to complete more, that is fine. Packets are due on Fridays.
I-Ready: Login below and complete 1 or 2 lessons at home weekly if able.
Student of the Month - Congratulations to the following students:
September - Jaysie
October - Zaiden
November / December - Nathan
January - Chloe
Family Math Night Pictures:
Chloe practicing her ten frames. Chloe and Peyton having fun with ten frames.
Kartyr and her family using the pan balance.
Below I have listed some excellent websites that are educational and developmentally appropriate for Kindergarten children. If you have any questions or if you know any websites that you use that might be helpful to other students and parents, please e-mail me at email@example.com.
On this website students can practice learning letters and letter sounds. They can also read and interact with short stories based around word families.
This is one of my favorite websites to use with the kids. It is full of games that build reading and math skills as well as help students develop basic computer skills.
Many students are already familiar with pbskids.com. The games on this website are fun and age appropriate and they are great for building computer skills.
I am a huge fan of Dr.Seuss and this website is a great way to experience Dr.Seuss stories and characters in an interactive way
This website has a variety of age appropriate literacy and math games.
This is another fun site that lets students play games to explore Science topics.
16 age appropriate Curious George Games
Scholatic Book Orders- You will have the opportunity to order books for your child each month. A form will go home with a due date. If you want to purchase any books for your child you have two options to do this. First, by sending in a check with the order form. Secondly, by clicking on the link below labeled" Scholastic Book Orders," and set up an account. If you purchase online, make sure you type in our class code.
*Please make sure that if your child brings in lunch money it is labeled with their first and last name and how much money is in the bag.
Wednesday- Library and Gym
Friday- Art and computer lab