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Kindergarten Class Pages

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K-3 Announcements Page

 

 

 

 

 

This Week.The Final Trimester...and the BEST!

Date May 18-22nd, 2015
Reading

We will continue to read and study Eric Carle books. This week we will read  A House for Hermit Crab and Rooster's Off to See the World.

We are going to begin writing our very own story in the style of Eric Carle.  We will be using a story map to help us create an original text.  We look forward to sharing our stories with you at our author's presentation.   

Writing 

 

We are practicing reading and writing sight words.  We learned last week that masking on the forehead, not such a good idea!  Hope you heard about our hilarious Head Hunting Sight Word game!  We'll do that again and many other games to help us become more confident with sight words.

 

The Marvelous Me will be Olivia and Nate this week!

We will study the letter Zz.  

The chant -

zipping zippers

zipping zippers

z-z-z  (pretend to zip up and down a jacket)

 

 

Social Studies 

Preparing for our Kindergarten Graduation is our next priority.  It's hard to believe that we are almost at the end of the year!  We will be talking about how we've grown over the next two weeks.  It's pretty amazing! 

Math 

What is the reason we have money and what are the values of each coin?  We will begin to explore how money works over the next two weeks.  A great idea?  Get out your wallet and show your child the coins you have.  Start practicing recognition at home.  We will also explore telling time to the hour. 

Science

We are writing and observing our chickens every day!  Words you wouldn't hear in a typical Kindergarten class but happen daily here, "Oh, no fair!  I want a chicken to poop on me too!"  We write in our chicken observation journal almost daily. The chickens are growing exponentially! 

Would you like to chicken sit for just a night?  Just shoot me an email!  They can spend the night with you during the school week!

 

 

 

Important Information and Dates:

 

Friday, May 22nd - 11:45 dismissal

Friday May 29th - 10:30  Author Study Presentation  Please join us before the Campus Cookout in the K room to celebrate our study of Eric Carle.  

Tuesday, June 2nd - Kindergarten Graduation and half day for our students

Thursday, June 4th - Woodlawn Graduation and last day of school

 

This Week.The Final Trimester...and the BEST!

Date May 11-15, 2015
Reading

We will continue to read and study Eric Carle books. This week we will read  The Very Clumsy Click Beetle.

Writing 

 

We are practicing reading and writing sight words.  We learned last week that masking on the forehead, not such a good idea!  Hope you heard about our hilarious Head Hunting Sight Word game!  We'll do that again and many other games to help us become more confident with sight words.

 

The Marvelous Me will be Zoe this week! We were a bit too busy with Mother's Day last Friday! 

We will study the letter Yy.  

The chant -

yodeling yak

yodeling yak y-y-y  (cup your hands over your mouth to yodel)

 

 

Social Studies 

This will we will study our favorite community helper... Ms. Anne!  She is the owner of our custodial service here at Woodlawn.  This will be the week!  She's been super busy but we are on for this week! Also, we will begin preparing for our Kindergarten Graduation. 

Math 

It's a new month!  We will work on our May calendar.  Also, we will continue adding and subtracting numerals to 10.  What is the reason we have money and what are the values of each coin?  We will begin to explore how money works over the next two weeks.  A great idea?  Get out your wallet and show your child the coins you have.  Start practicing recognition at home. 

Science

We are writing and observing our chickens every day!  Words you wouldn't hear in a typical Kindergarten class but happen daily here, "Oh, no fair!  I want a chicken to poop on me too!"  We write in our chicken observation journal almost daily. The chickens are growing exponentially! 

Would you like to chicken sit for just a night?  Just shoot me an email!  They can spend the night with you during the school week!

 

 

 

Important Information and Dates:

We hope you all enjoyed your Mother's Day Brunch and Spa Day!  A big thanks to all of the dads that kept the secret and made this day exceptionally wonderful!  

 

Also, thank you sooooo much for the amazing food, flowers and gifts that were showered upon Chris and I at the end of the day!  We feel incredibly appreciated and grateful!  Thank you for thinking of us!

 

Tuesday, May 12th - State of the School Address at 6:30 in the Barn

Wednesday, May 13th - Move up day  Your child will get to spend an hour in the first grade room with upcoming teachers for the fall!

Friday, May 15th - Lower School Arts Extravaganza   Your child should wear comfy clothes and sunscreen this day.  Dress for a mess!

Friday, May 22nd - 11:45 dismissal

Friday May 29th - 10:30  Author Study Presentation  Please join us before the Campus Cookout in the K room to celebrate our study of Eric Carle.  

Tuesday, June 2nd - Kindergarten Graduation and half day for our students

Thursday, June 4th - Woodlawn Graduation and last day of school

 

This Week.The Final Trimester...and the BEST!

Date May 4-8th, 2015
Reading

We will continue to read and study Eric Carle books. This week we will read Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me and The Very Clumsy Click Beetle.

Writing 

 

We are practicing reading and writing sight words.  We learned last week that masking on the forehead, not such a good idea!  Hope you heard about our hilarious Head Hunting Sight Word game!  We'll do that again and many other games to help us become more confident with sight words.

 

The Marvelous Me will be Zoe this week! 

We will study the letter Xx.  The chant - 

x-ray x-ray

x-x-x  (cross arms to make an x in front of you)

 

 

Social Studies 

This will we will study our favorite community helper... Ms. Anne!  She is the owner of our custodial service here at Woodlawn.  This will be the week!  She's been super busy but we are on for this week! 

Math 

It's a new month!  We will work on our May calendar.  Also, we will begin adding and subtracting numerals to 10. 

Science

We are writing and observing our chickens every day!  Words you wouldn't hear in a typical Kindergarten class but happen daily here, "Oh, no fair!  I want a chicken to poop on me too!"  We write in our chicken observation journal almost daily. The chickens are growing exponentially! 

Would you like to chicken sit for just a night?  Just shoot me an email!  They can spend the night with you during the school week!

 

 

 

Important Information and Dates:

 

Thursday, May 7th - Night of the Arts.  Kids need to wear a solid colored shirt and jeans.  Be here by 6:15. 

Friday, May 8th - Mother's Day Brunch beginning at 10:30. Plan on arriving at 10:20.  We will meet you outside of the kinder room.  This is a very special event and we can hardly wait to celebrate YOU!

Friday, May 15th - Lower School Arts Extravaganza

Friday, May 22nd - 11:45 dismissal

Friday May 29th  Author Study Presentation  Please join us before the Campus Cookout in the K room to celebrate our study of Eric Carle.  

Tuesday, June 2nd - Kindergarten Graduation and half day for our students

Thursday, June 4th - Woodlawn Graduation and last day of school

 

 

 

 

 

WOODLAWN SCHOOL 

 

Seventh Annual

Lower School Arts Extravaganza

 

Friday, May 15, 2015

 

We need your help!

 

Items needed:

Old keys

Smooth rocks (palm to hand size)

"Recycled junk" -- bolts, plastic bits, bottle tops, old toys, corks, broken jewelry, small metal bits (Nothing sharp please!)

Detergent jugs, plastic coffee containers, milk jugs, any heavy plastic containers (the more colorful the better) **Please rise out!

2" x 4" wood scraps

 

Please drop off any items for the Arts Extravaganza with Ms. Nancy in Stinson Hall.

 

We also love volunteers. If you would like to volunteer for the Arts Extravaganza, please contact Jackie Royce at jroyce@woodlawnschool.org.

 

 

ENRICHMENT CLASSES

 

Month of:

May/June 2015

In our classes...

Integration points...

Art

with Ms. Royce

What a Wonderful World

Eric Carle

Stars for Night of the Arts

 

Night of the Arts!!!

 

 Life Skills

Language Arts

Music

with Ms. Donna

Night of the Arts

Eric Carle

Mothers Day

K. Graduaton

Spring and Summer


LIfe Skills

Language Arts

Calendar Events

Seasons

 

Spanish

with Senorita Morgan

We will be learning about words associated with Spring as well as continuing to learn the alphabet

 

Life Sports with Ms. Atkins

 

 

 

Life Skills with Mrs. Lolla

*read aloud

"What the World Needs" and 

"What the World Doesn't Need" from the eyes of a Kindergarten student!

 

Ending the year the way we started...with The Kissing Hand!

 

 

Gardening with

Mrs. Denham

We will be harvesting lettuce, herbs and lamb's ear and enjoying the spring gardens!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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