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Teacher Michelle Piunti - Kindergarten  (Send e-mail)

Thanks for visiting our class website! We are very busy learning, but check out some of the cool things we will be learning this quarter...

4th Quarter I canís:

ELA
*I can name uppercase and lowercase letters.
*I can say the sound a consonant makes.
*I can spell words with long and short vowels.
*I can quickly read high frequency words.
*I can tell you letters that are different in words that I read.
*I can read a story and tell you what it is about.
*I can ask and answer questions about key details in a book (with help).
*I can identify the main topic and retell key details in a book (with help).
*I can ask and answer questions to find the meaning of a word in a book (with help).
*I can tell you the reasons an author uses details in a book (with help).
*I can participate in group reading activities.
*I can talk to my friends and adults about kindergarten books and ideas.
*I can follow rules for talking and listening to each other.
*I can take turns when talking and listening to our friends.
*I can tell you what I learned from a book or video.
*I can ask and answer questions to help me learn new information.
*I can describe familiar people, places, things, and events and give details.
* I can add careful, colorful details to my pictures.
*I can talk with an inside voice and tell you what I think, feel, and know.
*I can understand and use questions words (who, what, when, where, and why, and how).
*I can tell you the meaning of a word from a story that I have heard or read.
*I can tell you two meanings for a word I know
(duck: bird or to duck: get down
bat: baseball bat or animal).
*I can tell you the meaning of a word when I add these endings: (inflections: ed, -s, -ful, -less).
*I can tell you the meaning of a word when I add these beginnings: (affixes: re-, un-, pre-).
*I can ask and answer questions about key details in a book (with help).
*I can ask and answer questions to find the meaning of a word in a book.
*I can compare and contrast what happens to characters in stories Iíve heard (with help).
*I can participate in group reading activities.

Writing:
*I can use drawing, and writing to tell how I feel about a topic of a book.
*I can use drawing, and writing to name a topic and tell something about it.
*I can improve my writing by adding details with help from an adult or friends.
*I can use different technology with help from an adult and friends to create and publish writing.
*I can participate in a group project and write and tell about a favorite author and their stories. (Explore a number of books by a favorite author and express opinions about them.)
*I can answer questions about something that happened from my experiences or something Iíve learned (with help).

Math:
*I can count starting with any number.
*When I count objects, I can write the number to show how many.
*I can write numbers 0-50.
*I can show subtraction.
*I can subtract to solve word problems.
*I can show what number is needed to add to another number to make 10.
*I can quickly subtract from numbers up to 5.
*I can show how the numbers 11-19 are made of ten ones and more ones.

TIGER Schedule:
T day: Library
I day: Technology
G day:
E day: Art
R day: Music

Our class will go to PE daily. Be sure to send your child with gym shoes!

ERIN'S LAW:
Governor Pat Quinn signed Erin's Law in January of 2013, which requires all schools in the state of Illinois to provide age appropriate sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention education programs for their students in grades Pre-K through 12. In response to this legislation, Frankfort School District 157-C will be adding, "Child Lures Prevention: Think First and Stay Safe", curriculum for the school year. The curriculum is available in the school office for parents to preview.
The building social workers will be presenting this information to our students during the weeks of November 7th and November14th. A second presentation will follow in January during the weeks of January 9th and January 16th.

Should your child have any questions, you may refer to the handout that will be provided to them on the day of the lesson. If you have additional questions feel free to contact a School Social Worker Ė Amy Boucek, Nichole Reiser, and Maribeth Fagan.
 
 

This week in class

Monday
R Day - Music
PE
Read across GP

Tuesday
Last day of Kindergarten - Have a great summer and good luck in first grade!
Early Dismissal - 11:25 am
Sweet Summertime Treat...
Report Cards come home - be sure to send a backpack and folder to school...

 
 

Important Dates

6/6/2017
Last Day of School - 11:25 am Dismissal

 
 

Downloads List

Erin's Law Presentation Information.docx [11/2/2016]
GP May 2017 Newsletter.pdf [5/2/2017]
No Excuse K Words.pdf [9/11/2016]
Parent Welcome Letter.docx [8/20/2016]
Reading Incentive Parent Letter-K.docx [12/20/2016]
Remind Invite 2016-2017.pdf [9/11/2016]
State of the District Flyer.pdf [1/24/2017]
Summer Reading Programs.pdf [5/2/2017]
What's Happening in Kindergarten.doc [8/20/2016]
WordRingLetter_8_20_2016_10_34_03_AM.pdf [10/17/2016]
Words their Way research.pdf [11/15/2013]
WTW parent letter.pdf [10/17/2016]

 
 

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