News Week 25

   February 20 -25

I hope you are enjoying a relaxing three-day weekend with your families.

We've been having a lot of fun learning all about our presidents! This week, we will read and write about Abraham Lincoln as we study his life. 

Next week (February 27-March 3) we are celebrating Read Across America Week and celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday! As part of our Read Across America celebration, we are welcoming guest readers into our classroom throughout the week! If you or someone you know (grandma, grandpa, neighbor, friend, doctor, librarian, etc!) would like to come and read your favorite story to our kindergarten class, be on the look out for a sign up on ParentSquare - coming soon! We are welcoming one guest reader every day!

We will also be celebrating Dr. Seuss next week (February 27-March 3) by dressing up! It's going to be a fun-filled week with a silly something to wear each day! Start planning your silly outfits now! 


Silly Sock Day {come to school in your silliest socks!}


Stripes and/or Polka-dots Day 


Wacky Hat Wednesday {I can't wait to see all of those wacky hats!}


Rhyme Time Day {dress in rhyme - some examples are: a green queen, a fish with a dish, a cook with a book, etc. Have fun!}


Relax and Read Day {come to school in your PJ's!}

Continue to work on your community service projects. These will be due early May - They will need to be turned in before May 10th to qualify for the Leadership Banquet. Please see our Community Service Tab for more information and feel free to email me if you have any questions.


Upcoming Events:

Monday, February 20: NO SCHOOL 

Feb 27 - Mar. 3: Read Across America Week and Dr. Seuss Celebration 


March 27-April 7: SPRING BREAK!!!

What Are We Learning This Week?:


Letter Team:  EY (makes two sounds - EE like in KEY, and AY like in THEY) 

Reading: We will continue to read books about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.

Writing:  We will continue practicing writing a Step Up to Writing paragraph with a topic sentence, three things about that topic, and a conclusion sentence. 

Math: This week, I will continue assessing students on all the math concepts we have learned so far, including numbers, shapes, measurement, fluency facts through 5, addition and subtraction, decomposing and composing numbers, and base ten place value. Thank you for practicing and reinforcing these skills at home! YOU WILL FIND LOTS OF ADDITIONAL MATH RESOURCES/GAMES TO DOWNLOAD AND PLAY AT HOME IN THE MATH HOMEWORK SECTION UNDER THE HOMEWORK TAB.

Leadership: We will continue to ROAR and discuss what it means to have a growth mindset!