|Victoria Bramlette - Kindergarten (Send e-mail)|
Welcome to Kindergarten! My name is Ms. Bramlette and I am very excited to be working with you and your child. I will be working extremely hard to establish our classroom as a happy, challenging, comfortable, safe learning environment where we all do our personal best. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. My primary mode of communication will be through this class webpage, email, and Remind 101.
Download the free Remind 101 app to receive free text messages from me for reminders and announcements.
Enter this number: 81010
Text this message: vbraml
*Please check this class webpage regularly because it will be updated weekly.
*A written note is required for any change of transportation at the end of the school day.
Take Home Folder:
Each student will have a yellow “Take-Home” folder that will come home every day. Please check it for important papers and updates.You can send any notes back to school in the folder.
Our school works on the T-I-G-E-R schedule. Because of this, our specials do not occur every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, etc. Instead, specials will fall on a T, I, G, E, or R day. When we have a day off of school, we will not have a letter day.
Here is our classroom’s TIGER Schedule:
T day: P.E.
I day: P.E. & Technology
G day: P.E. & ELC
E day: P.E. & Music
R day: P.E. & Art
We have P.E. every day. Please remember to wear or pack gym shoes.
1st quarter sight words:
I, a, an, can, like, look, am, at, the, they, see, me, it
2nd quarter sight words:
he, she, said, go, do, we, is, as, his, has, was, this, my
I CAN statements break down objectives into learning targets students can read & understand.
2nd Quarter I can’s:
I can put letters together to make words.
I can start at the top and read across to the bottom on each page.
I can put words together to make a sentence,
I can leave spaces between my words.
I can name uppercase and lowercase letters.
I can read C-V-C words.
I can quickly read high frequency words.
I can write a consonant sound and short vowel sound I hear in a word.
I can sort common objects into groups and tell you why they belong in the group.
I can tell you the opposite of action words and describing words I use.
I can identify the front cover, back cover, and title page of a book.
I can tell you how illustrations and words match.
I can identify real life connections between words and their use.
I can retell a story I've heard including details.
I can use drawings and talking to tell about something that happened in order and how I felt.
I can spell simple words.
I can write sentences using Kindergarten spelling which begin with uppercase letters, have spaces, and end with a period.
I can talk and write using correct grammar and punctuation.
I can write my uppercase and lowercase letters.
I can use correct nouns and verbs when I talk and write.
I can use correct prepositions when I talk and write.
I can use more than one sentence to share an idea when I talk and write.
I can capitalize the first word in a sentence and the pronoun I.
I can recognize and name end punctuation.
I can compare groups of objects to decide which is greater than, less than, or equal to.
I can compare two written numerals to decide which is greater than, less than, or equal to.
I can describe objects by their characteristics.
I can compare objects that have similar characteristics.
I can sort and count objects.
I can describe objects that are around me by their shape and where they are found.
I can name and describe shapes.
I can tell if a shape is flat or solid.
I can describe how flat and solid shapes are alike and different.
I can plan and conduct an investigation to compare the effects of different strengths or different directions of pushes and pulls on the motion of an object.
I can analyze data to determine if a design solution works as intended to change the speed or direction of an object with a push or a pull.