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Ms. Edwards and Ms. Hardial 

 

    • We are excited to work with you to make your child’s school year as successful as possible.

      Here are a few notes to ensure a smooth, happy, and safe school year!

      Our school day begins at 8:00 so please have your child dropped off and ready for the day prior to that time.

      Children will be dismissed from their classes by 2:55. If you choose to pick up your child before 2:55, you must sign them out in the office

      Please pack a healthy snack and lunch every day along with drinks and utensils. 

       

      Please send in a change of clothes in a labeled ziplock bag with your child’s name.

      Blue OLCA folders must be brought back to school each day. We use these folders to communicate and it is important that they are checked everyday.

      Rest mats will be sent home at the end of each week to be washed and should be returned with your child on the following Monday morning.

      Homework packet will be given every Monday for the entire week. Your child should complete one page per night.

       

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March 13 – $1.00 Dress Down

March 17 – $1.00 Dress-Up/Dress Down Wear Green

March 19 – Report Card Distribution

March 20 – School Closed

March 27 – $1.00 Dress Down

March 30 – Book Fair 

 

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Dear Parents and Guardians,

I am attaching the google classroom instructions so you can log your child in, as you have recently been given emails and passwords for your child.

Google Classroom Instructions 

We will also be using Zoom video conferencing for our morning meeting. This will take place between 9:20 a.m to 10:00 a.m.

 

CLASSWORK 

Monday, March 30 to April 3, 2020

Letter of the Week Ww

Number of the week: Review

Morning Routine:

Name Writing: First and Last Name

Morning meeting (Weather, months of the year – how many months are in a year, Days of the week – how many days are in a week, All about Today, Opposites)

Students are to write their name on every worksheet

Monday, March 30

Math: Counting Fun

Please have students count aloud.

Cross out the correct number of ladybugs in each row.

counting Fun2

ELA: Letter of the Week – Ww

Please have students say aloud the words that begin with the letter “Ww” and then complete the letter Ww worksheet. Also, encourage students to practice writing the words that begin with the letter “Ww” on the back of their worksheet:
              whale      wand    wheel   worm   web

Letter Ww worksheet

Tuesday, March 31

Math: Count and Graph

Please have students count aloud.

Color the correct number in each column.

Count and Graph

ELA: Letter of the Week – Ww (Practice tracing the letters) Worksheet

Please have your child trace the uppercase and lowercase Ww

Circle the objects that begin with the Letter W

Draw a line from the whale to its baby.

The Letter W

 

 

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Week of March 23 to March 27, 2020

Letter of the Week Vv

Number of the week: Review

Morning Routine:

Name Writing: First and Last Name

Morning meeting (Weather, months of the year – how many months are in a year, Days of the week – how many days are in a week, All about Today, Opposites)

Students are to write their name on every worksheet

Monday, March 23

Math: Number Match

Please have students count aloud.

Match each number to the Correct group.

Draw a line from the picture to the correct number.

Number Match

ELA: Letter of the Week – Vv

Please have students say aloud the words that begin with the letter “Vv” and then complete the letter Vv worksheet.

Also, encourage students to practice writing the words that begin with the letter “Vv” on the back of their worksheet:

              violin      vegetable    van    volcano    vase

Letter Vv worksheet

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Math: Bowwow Bath Worksheet

Please encourage your child to count the water drops and bubbles and write the number in the square first.

Then have your child cut the numbers out and glue to match.

Cut Count Glue

ELA: Letter of the Week –Vv (Practice tracing the letters) Worksheet

Please have your child trace the uppercase and lowercase Vv

Color the Letter V

Look at the picture and circle each V and v.

Trace Letter Vv

 

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Math: Counting Fun Worksheet

Have your child count aloud and then circle the number that tells how many pictures are in each box.

Color the pictures for fun.

Counting Fun

ELA: Letter Vv is for Worksheet

Trace and write the uppercase and lowercase ‘Vv

Vv is for

 

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Math: Mouse Prints Worksheet

Please have your child count the mouse prints in each row and write how many

Mouse Prints-Math

ELA: Letter Vv Worksheet

Please have your child circle the V or v in the words

Circle the pictures that start with the sound of Vv. Color the pictures.

Letter Vv

 

Friday, March 27, 2020

Math: Bug Search

Please have your child search the picture for the flower/bugs indicated, count and then write how many on the line.

Bug Search

ELA: Vv Letter Recognition Worksheet

These words start with V or v. Have your child write the lowercase v on the line. Color the pictures.

Letter Recognition

ELA: V as in Violin Worksheet

Have your child color the cards with pictures that begin like Violin.

V as in Violin

 

 

Homework

                                

Letter of the week “Ww” – Week of March 30, 2020

Scanned Image homeworkWw

Letter of the week “Vv” – Week of March 23, 2020

Scanned Image homeworkVv

 

Dear Parents and Guardians,

On Friday, March 13, 2020, your child was given a packet of our classwork for the week of March 16, 2020.

This week, Pre-Kindergarten is working on the number “20 Twenty” and the letter “Uu”.

Guidelines for the Week of March 16 to 20, 2020.

Please try to mimic our classroom setting with regard to your child’s daily learning. Learning should be done between the hours of 9:00 am to 3:00 p.m. Also, try to keep as close to the schedule as possible.

Morning Routine:

Name Writing: First and Last Name

Morning meeting (Weather, months of the year – how many months are in a year, Days of the week – how many days are in a week, All about Today, Opposites)

Students are to write their name on every worksheet

Monday

Math: Number of the Week – 20 Twenty

Please have students count aloud how many. Color the picture and then trace and write the number.

ELA: Letter of the Week – Uu( The letter Uu can have more than one sound)

Please have students say aloud the words that begin with “Uu” and then complete the letter Uu worksheet.

Also, encourage students to write words that begin with the letter “Uu” on the back of their worksheet:

Unicorn  uncle  unicycleutensilsupumbrella

Tuesday

Math: Number Twenty

Color the correct number of circles (Please encourage students to count as they color)

Trace the number, then write it yourself.

Find and circle the number 20

Write the numbers before and after

Color 20 leaves (Please encourage students to count as they color)

ELA: Letter of the Week –Uu (Letter Recognition)

Trace the Letter U Uppercase

Trace the Letter u Lowercase

Color the pictures

Wednesday

Math: Number 20

Have students trace and then write the number 20 and then trace and write the word twenty.

On the back of the worksheet, have students write the number 20 and the word twenty.

ELA: Letter Uu

Trace the uppercase and lowercase ‘Uu

Say the name of each picture out loud and listen for the sound of the letter Uu. Color the pictures.

Turn the page over and trace the words that begin with the letter Uu.

Thursday

Math: Number Twenty 20

Trace and write the number 20

Color the number word

Show the number on the ten frame

Color 20 circles (encourage students to count aloud as they color)

ELA: Letter Uu

Circle the U or u in the words

The letter Uu can have more than one sound. Circle the pictures that start with the sound of Uu. Color the pictures.

Write the lowercase u on the line and then color the pictures.

Friday

Math

One Fish, Two Fish Patterns

Religion

16 We Are Friends of Jesus

ELA

Read a story to students and have them retell the story to you and then have them draw a picture of the favorite part of the story.

 

 

Homework packets will be given every Monday for the entire week. Children are to do their homework each night and are encouraged to be read to daily. The last sheet in the homework packet will be a Reading Log so you and your child can record this data. 

THE LETTER OF THE WEEK: ‘Tt’

THE NUMBER OF THE WEEK: ’19’ 

HOMEWORK FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 9 – MARCH 13, 2020

Monday:   Letter of the Day worksheet

Tuesday:    Number 19 Worksheet                   

Wednesday: Letter ‘Tt’ Worksheet  

Thursday:      Matching Shapes Worksheet

*Reading Log Everyday*

 

 

 

 

 

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