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Mrs. Perez’s Kindergarten News

December 7, 2015

Homework:

Monday: Cut out or draw a picture of something that begins with the letter “Z” and bring to school.

Tuesday: Read Saxon Phonics book #5, “The Big Trip”.

Wednesday: Practice writing uppercase Z. See worksheet.

Thursday: Practice writing lowercase z. See worksheet.

 

The sight words for this week are:

the, you, are, is, be, no, a, and, my, I, that, an, not, said, with, on, we, black, zero, have, to, one, am, in, run, two, eat, three, came, say, at, must, as, big,  me, go, four, had, do, was, five, fly, up, red, into, like, soon, he, blue, here, yellow, did, away, who, please, now, good, where, help, yes. Make sure you practice identifying these words every night so they will learn them.

 

We have learned: Aa, Bb, Cc, Ff, Gg, Hh, Ii, Kk, Ll, Mm, Nn, Oo, Pp, Rr, Ss, Tt, Uu, Zz.

 Christmas Cookies and Holiday Hearts will be presented by our Kindergarteners and 1st Graders this Thursday, December 10th at 6:00pm here at KRES.

Remember! Permission slips and $6 are due December 16th if you would like for your child to attend Movie Night, December 17th.

Snacks

Tuesday: Landen Grace

Wednesday: Antonio Williams

Thursday: Owen Wilsom

Friday: Gingerbread Houses!

Monday: Gage Hall

Don’t forget to send in one can of vanilla frosting for your child to be able to make a gingerbread house. PLEASE SEND IN CANDY!!!!! If we do not have enough items then I will have to cancel it. All items are due in Thursday. We will build at 2:15 this Friday, December 11th. It would be FABULOUS if I could have one adult for each child come to help build and carry it home.

**This is not a must do activity so if your child has poor behavior throughout the week then he/she will not be allowed to participate.

Our Christmas Party will be next Friday, December 18th at 2:15.

**Make sure to send in $3 as soon as possible.

I am doing a mid-year check to see how many words your child can read off of the list of 100 words. It is important to practice every night because he/she is expected to read at least 50 words at this point in the year.

We would like to welcome Isaiah George  to our class! We now have 23 students!