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TK/Kindergarten Newsletter

Important Dates:


5/20 MEET THE READER!! 12:15pm

5/23 LAST LIBRARY PLEASE RETURN YOUR BOOKS

5/26 and 5/27 Parent/Teacher Conferences

5/30 Memorial Day: no school

June 3rd last day of school

June 6th Graduation 6pm Perkiomen Valley Fire Co pavilion


Mrs. G.'s Math Challenge question: Can you draw an analog clock that shows the time 9:30? Where should the hour hand and minute hand go?


Week of 5/23 -6/3: Our literature selections  include Miss Nelson is Missing and Miss Nelson Returns, Miss Rumphius and When it's the Last Day of School. Our last Wilson letter is "exceptional" e. The children will practice high frequency words by playing a super fun game called "Kaboom!" We will practice telling time on the half hour.  We will practice addition and subtraction facts up to 15. The children will review measuring with a yard stick. We will make a cute sunbeam craft out of streamers. We will practice our graduation songs!!  We will read about summer safety.

Only 7 days left in the school year! I love these kiddos with all my heart. Thank you for sharing them with me this year.



Homework: no homework. Go play outside :)


High Frequency words to date: I, Can, You, See, A, Like, The, My, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, And, Me, It, Is, Look, For, Blue, Big, Little, Stop, Go, Black, White, In, All, Out, What, Happy, Help, Make, Play, Run, Who, Want, Am, Jump, Hot, Cold, She, He, Funny, On, Off, Love, Good, Please, Before, After That, If, him, her, when.

*number words one - ten.*

*number words eleven-twenty.*

Wilson handwriting letters to date: Ll, Tt, Ii, F, E,H, Vv, Ww, M, N, A, Xx, Kk, Yy. Cc, Oo, Gg, Qq, a, d, D, Pp, Bb, R, r, n,m, h, Ss, Jj, f, Zz, Uu,e.






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