Kindergarten News: 2/9

Hello Families!
This upcoming week, the students will be continuing to analyze life in America then and now. The students will represent numbers to 20 using a ten and some ones. Please keep working with your student on their heart word book and return it on Thursdays. These are words the students should know by heart. Stay tuned for more updates!

-A peanut free snack and water bottle should be sent each day.
-We love celebrating birthdays! Students can celebrate at school by bringing in individually wrapped, prepackaged treats.
-Kindergarten Valentines Day Party February 14th 2:05-2:50

Valentines Day Reminders

PPE Kindergarten will celebrate Valentine’s Day on Wednesday, February 14th.We ask that each child create a Valentine Mailbox at home, “just for them,” to use during our game of Valentine Post Office. Each child will have a chance during the school day to deliver their special valentine cards. This is always a fun filled time in the classroom! Start making your special mailbox and writing your cards soon. Have your child write his/her name across the top of the completed mailbox. Please bring completed mailboxes and a valentine card for each child in our class to school on Tuesday, February 13th.

We are going on another field trip!
Kindergarten’s second field trip will be Thursday, February 22nd. Chaperones will not be needed for this field trip but there will be an opportunity to help with a trip later this spring. Please look in your child’s teacher newsletter for additional information!

ELA: How has life has changed in America?
Students will…
-Read, enjoy, and analyze literary texts and visual art.
-Compare in America life then and now
-Analyze what is happening in an story

MATH: Represent Numbers to at Least 20
-Count objects up to 20
-Write teen numbers
-Represent teen numbers using manipulatives
-Understand ten and some ones

Social/Emotional Learning (SEL)
-Demonstrate awareness and consideration of other people’s emotions, perspectives, and social cues
-Understand why we have rules and the importance of them
-Understand the importance of sharing and taking turns
-Understand how to solve different situations
-Understand that what we think affects how we think and how we think and how we behave

Thanks for ALL you do!
-Kindergarten Teachers 😊


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