We started a new book about the five senses, Last Stop on Market Street by Matt De La Pena, and discussed how our we can use our senses in the world. We are continuing our math unit on numbers 1-10 and discussing groups of more/ less/ the same. We encourage you to ask your student to find groups of objects when you’re out and about. They are doing a great job incorporating more, less, and the same into sentences when talking about groups of objects.
-One peanut free snack and water bottle should be sent each day.
-Please label all clothing with your student’s name. Many students have PPE Spirit wear and we want to ensure it gets home with the correct student.
October 7th- No school
October 10th-14th- Fall break
ELA: ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do our senses help us learn?
-Name our five senses: smell, taste, touch, hearing, and sight.
-understand that we can use senses take in information and make us aware of the world around us.
-use their senses to learn about the world and to learn from books.
-use details in illustration, speech, and text provide more information for readers.
-use words and illustrations work together to tell a story and present information.
MATH: K.2 Numbers 1–10
-Students answer “how many” questions, count out, and compare groups within 10. Students write a number to represent how many.
Section B Goals
Connect quantities with spoken number words.
Count and compare up to 10 images in organized arrangements and know the number remains the same regardless of the order in which the images are counted.
Social/Emotional Learning (SEL)
-Demonstrate an awareness of my emotions.
-Demonstrate an awareness of my personal qualities and interests.
-Demonstrate an awareness of my strengths and limitations.
-Demonstrate a sense of personal responsibility and advocacy.
Thanks for ALL you do!
-Kindergarten Teachers 😊