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Welcome to Mrs. Mayo's Kindergarten Class!

 I am so excited to be working with you and your child this year!  We are going to have a great year! 

 

 Important Dates to Remember:

 

March 21st - Report cards go home

 



 

 

 

 Classroom Skills For The Week Of

   March 18-22, 2019:

 

 Theme: Storms

 

Reading/Language:

We will discuss the main idea and supporting details of a text. We will also discuss how illustrations help explain the text. We will continue to count syllables in words.

 

 Phonics:

 long and short vowels review

 

 

 

Sight Words:

 pretty    please

*Practice these words every night! The best way is to make flashcards.

 

Words we have learned (continue to practice): I, a, red, yellow, blue, orange, green, black, brown, white, purple, pink, like, yes, it, is, me, my, go, so, no, can, see, the, am, at, and, you, play, he, she, we, look, good, for,to, do, what, little, on, our, say, said, was, up, in, will, get, ride, one, two, three, four, ran, run, away, big, this, find, did, jump, down,went, under, there, come, help, with, not, all, here, that, are, into, where, well,make, ate, saw, pretty, please

 

 

  Writing:

We will continue to draw pictures and write sentences to tell facts about a topic. Our sentences must begin with a capital letter, have spaces between words, and end with the correct punctuation. We will use kindergarten spelling by sounding out our words and writing what we hear.

 

 

 

 

Math: 

We will solve mixed addition and subtraction problems within 10. We will also count to 100 and count by 10's to 100.

   

 

 Important Reminders:

Please remember that your child must be at school for 63% of the day in order to be counted  present.  If your child is at school for less than 63% of the day, he/she will be counted absent. 

If your child misses a day of school, please send a doctor's excuse or a completed absence form to school when your child returns. 

Please check back each week to see what we are working on in our classroom.  If you ever have a question or concern about your child, please don't hesitate to contact me!  You can send me a note in your child's folder, email me on this website, or call the school and leave me a message.  I will get back to you as soon as possible!