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June 25
A Message for Kindergarten Parents and Students!
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Congratulations to my special bunch of students for completing Kindergarten! Thank you parents for all of your support this year! I hope you all have an awesome summer and don't forget...
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June 19
Walk

Grade one outing to Royal Road Park-10:00……Weather permitting. Should the children need sunscreen, please apply in the morning or send for them to put on before we go. They should have hats and an extra drink.

June 19
Summer practice

Extra Practice over the summer months

·        Grade one High Frequency Sight Words (read and spell). They will need to know how to spell these in grade 2.

·        Sound teams

·        ai   ar  or  ea  ay  ch  sh  th  ee  oa  ou  ow  oo  oi  oy  er  ur  ir  ue  wh  ing  qu  ck  ie

·        bossy e  a___e    e___e   u___e   i___e    o__e

·        Create sentences with sight words/no excuse words focusing on capitals, punctuation, printing.

·        Practice printing letters/numbers. Watch for reversals as well as the size and positioning of letters in the lines

·        Numbers to 100

·        Naming and writing numbers

·        Finding numbers on the 100 chart quickly

·        Naming numbers before and after

·        Counting forward and backwards between two numbers-without looking at the chart

·        Skip count by 2s, 5s, 10s

·        Addition and subtraction facts to 18

·        Create story problems for addition and subtraction

·        Practice different fact families (3+5=8     5+3=8    8-3=5     8-5=3)

·        Read number words:

zero    one   two  three   four   five   six    seven   eight   nine     ten

eleven    twelve   thirteen   fourteen  fifteen  sixteen  seventeen  eighteen nineteen twenty

·        Numbers that make ten---1+9   2+8   3+7   4+6   5+5   0+10 –know in a snap!

·        Doubles --1+1    2+2    3+3    4+4    5+5   6+6   7+7  8+8  9+9 10+10—know in a snap!

 

Bring math and literacy into your child’s daily life when cooking/planning meals, planting, travelling, games, shopping, playing. There's lots of opportunity to practice the skills they have learned. It's important to maintain these over the summer months so they are ready for grade two!

 

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June 19
Home-School Link for the Week of June 19th
Home-School Link for week of June 19th  
HOMEWORK (nightly)
Reading:                                                                               
“Good-fit” take- home book---practice is very important!
****Please look for classroom books at home*****
      BINGO SHEET
 
LIBRARY-overdue books
 
Extra Practice over the summer months
-Grade one High Frequency Sight Words (read and spell)
-Sound teams
ai   ar  or  ea  ay  ch  sh  th  ee  oa  ou  ow  oo  oi  oy  er  ur  ir  ue  wh  ing  qu  ck  ie
bossy e  a___e    e___e   u___e   i___e    o__e
-Create sentences with sight words/no excuse words focusing on capitals, punctuation, printing.
****Practice printing letters/numbers. Watch for reversals as well as the size and positioning of letters in the lines
Numbers to 100
     Naming and writing numbers
     Finding numbers on the 100 chart quickly
     Naming numbers before and after
     ***Counting forward and backwards between two numbers-without looking at the chart****
     Skip count by 2s, 5s, 10s
-Addition and subtraction facts to 18
-Create story problems for addition and subtraction
-Practice different fact families (3+5=8     5+3=8    8-3=5     8-5=3)
-Read number words:
zero    one   two  three   four   five   six    seven   eight   nine     ten
eleven    twelve   thirteen   fourteen  fifteen  sixteen  seventeen  eighteen nineteen twenty
-Numbers that make ten---1+9   2+8   3+7   4+6   5+5   0+10 –know in a snap!
-Doubles --1+1    2+2    3+3    4+4    5+5   6+6   7+7  8+8  9+9 10+10—know in a snap!
 
Bring math and literacy into your child’s daily life when cooking/planning meals, planting, travelling, games, shopping, playing. There's lots of opportunity to practice the skills they have learned. It's important to maintain these over the summer months so they are ready for grade two!
 
Special dates:
Cafeteria is closed
19th Grades K-2 Field day at the school (am)
       -PIZZA for lunch. (1.00 PER SLICE)
20th Grade one outing to Royal Road Park-10:00-11:45……Weather permitting. Should the children need sunscreen, please apply in the morning or send for them to put on before we go. They should have hats and an extra drink.
22th Children may bring in a special snack/treat to share with classmates at lunch.
23rd Last day of school-11:30 Dismissal- Final Report Card
 
Have a Wonderful Week!
It’s been a pleasure teaching your child this year. Thank you for all your support.
Have a super summer and be safe!
June 18
Week of June 19th

* Students will need to bring their own lunch to school this week.  The cafeteria is closed.

* ​Please check daily in your child's homework/communication bag.  Personal belongings and supplies will be sent home throughout the week.

* Please make sure all classroom books are returned to school.  I will make sure the students read in class every day.

* Friday June 23:  Report cards are sent home.   Students will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m.

* We have a fun activities this week:

      - Frozen treat for our class: Monday

      - Assembly: Tuesday

      - Royal Road's Got Talent: Thursday

      - Yogourt tubes for gr 3 FI students: Thursday

      - Zumba for gr 3 FI:  Friday

June 16
Week of June 19

​++Please note that Monday will be an activity day and a couple of the activities involve water. Please send a change of clothes in case it gets messy!++

It is so hard to believe that we are in the last week of school for this year already!

Everyone had a wonderful time on Tuesday with our Picnic at the Park and visit to Windsor Court and the Fire Stations. It was nice to give back to the community.

 

Friday’s School-wide Showcase and Picnic was also a lot of fun with great weather and a great turn out. The children love having their families support them in this way.

 

This will be another busy week with a magician visiting, several school-wide assemblies and our class celebration.

 

I am sending home a summer calendar with the Home-school link that you can use to keep your child’s skills up over the summer. A couple of minutes spent regularly spread over the summer will keep their literacy skills sharp for Grade one.

 

Thank you for all of the support you have given your child and me over the school year. I appreciate it very much and I consider it a privilege to have been able to start your child’s school career. I wish them all the greatest success in the future.​

June 15
PLEASE NOTE: The last day of school is June 23rd and students will be dismissed at 11:30 AM.  Report cards are being sent home on this day. Wishing everyone a relaxing and funfilled summer!
June 15
Our class calendar for the month of June has been uploaded to documents.
June 15
Dog Visit

​A therapy dog will be visiting our classroom on Monday,June 19. If your child has an issue with dogs, please let me know ahead of time and they can visit a friend in another classroom.

June 14
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​Thursday,June 15 is T day in our countdown. Your child may bring their favourite teddy bear (or stuffy) and wear  a favourite/special t shirt.

Next Monday,June 19 there will be outdoor stations for k-2 to take part in. There will be a couple of water stations. Please send your child with extra clothes incase they get wet.


Thank you!

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