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TK/K NEWSLETTER

Week of 9/26: Literature selections this week include Only One You, Minerva Louise, Red is Best and Friends of All Colors. We will add "red", "yellow" and "blue" to the high frequency word list. The next Wilson handwriting letter is "stick letter" Ii. We'll review rhyming words with a fun rhyme box activity. We will wrap up the math unit on Patterns this week. I will do pattern assessments on Tuesday and Wednesday. The next math unit is Math Facts to 10. In Science, we will sort Living vs Non-Living things.


Homework Week of 9/26: Practice high frequency words (see list below). Practice rhyming words and practice making patterns. Bring a jacket for morning recess.


Week of 10/3: Our literature selections this week include Cool Dog, School Dog, One Red Apple and Scarecrow's Hat. We will add "green", "black" and "orange" to the high frequency word list. The next Wilson handwriting letter is F. Lower case f is not a stick letter. We will continue to practice math facts to 10. In Science, we will look for signs of Autumn. In Social Studies, we will learn about fire safety. We will have our first fire drill at school. Trappe fire company will visit on Tuesday. This is a bonus day for TK.




Homework 10/3: Practice a fire drill at your home. The children should be able to tell 2 safe ways to exit their home and a safe meeting spot in the event of an emergency.  Test your smoke detectors so the children know how the detector sounds.



High Frequency Words to date: I, Can, See, A, Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Black, Orange.

Wilson Letters to date: "stick letters" Ll, Tt, Ii, F (lower case f is not a stick letter.).


Important Dates:


10/7 field trip

10/10 school holiday

10/11 Parent Workshop "Effective Communication" 6:30pm



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