Field Day!!

Reminder: Kindergarten Field Day!

When: Tuesday April 24th

Time: 12:30-2:30

Where: Top field (practice field)

Please make sure your child wears appropriate clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty and tennis shoes! Flip flops and sandals are not allowed!  If you want your child to purchase a snowcone from Kona Ice please send the money in the morning.  They range from $3-5.  It is going to be a fun time and we would love to see you there!

3/20-3/23

Hello! I hope that you all had a blessed Spring Break! I can’t wait to see my little kinders and hear all about their time off!

Reminders:

Spring Pictures are scheduled for tomorrow on Tuesday March 20th.

We are presenting the CHAMPS assembly this week. We would love for you to come.  

When: Friday March 23rd

Time: 8:00-8:30 a.m

Place: Elementary Cafeteria

Here is what we are learning this week:

Interactive Writing: We will be writing our own class fairy tale.

Sight Words: had, yes (reviewing previous ones)

Reading: Little Red Riding Hood

We will be discussing the story elements and comparing different versions of the story!

Math: Learning the names of penny, nickel, dime, quarter

Social Studies/Science: Easter activities

 

 

3/5-3/9

Hello! I will be doing lots of testing this week to get ready for report cards. Your child will not be getting a new book every day due to me testing during our reading groups.  Thank you so much for your understanding!

This week:

sight words: to, no

Phonics- Making words and word families, blends, and diagraphs

Interactive Writing: Finish writing about what we want to be when we grow up.  Starting a St. Patricks Day story. We will be focusing on Beginning, Middle, and End of our stories.

Math: Subtraction and Addition problem solving

Writing: We will be making leprechaun traps on Tuesday and writing about how to trap a leprechaun.

Science/Social Studies- St. Patrick’s Day activities and presenting our animal research project!

 

I hope that you have a great Spring Break!

Week 26 2/26-3/2

Can you believe that it is almost March?  My Kinder Superheroes are doing a great job in the classroom! Here is what we have planned for this week!

Sight Words: not, home

Interactive Writing: We will be writing about what we want to be when we grow up!

Reading/Writing: This week we are starting our Animal research project. This is so much fun and the kids love getting to learn all about the animals they chose!!

Math: Subtraction and problem solving

Social Studies: We will be learning about Dr. Seuss and participating in some fun activities in celebration of his Birthday!

Dates to Remember:

We will be having an early release day this Wednesday at 11:30.

Our CHAMP program is scheduled for March 23rd.  More information will be coming home as we get closer to the date!

 

Week 20

Hello! I hope my sweet kinders enjoyed the snow the last couple of days and I can’t wait to hear all about it.  Please don’t forget that starting tomorrow we are bringing coins for Olivia.  This is our sweet Mrs. Tincher’s daughter. Mrs. Tincher spends most of her day in my room so this is really special to our class!

Since our Snow Days have kept us from the coin drive this week, we have come up with a revised plan.
The revised daily themes are:
Thursday, January 18th – “Hugs to Olivia” – Bring a stuffed animal to hug all day.
Friday, January 19th – “Wishing Sweet Dreams to Olivia” – Students may wear dress code appropriate pajamas and tennis shoes to school.
Monday, January 22nd – “Sock-it to Moebius Syndrome” – Wear crazy socks.
Tuesday, January 23rd – “Thinking About Olivia” – Wear hats.
**Wednesday, January 24th – Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day – “Purple All Over” – WEAR PURPLE!
The coin drive will end Wednesday, January 23rd, at noon. Thank you for your understanding as we revised our plan, and thank you for your help in supporting sweet Olivia!

Week 19 1/8-1/12

Happy New Year!  I can’t believe we are halfway through the year!  We are going to be super busy this week! Here is what we have planned:

Sight Words: here, said (Please continue working on previous sight words also)

Shared Reading: Winter Stories (comparing)

Interactive Writing : Snowy day stories- We will begin brainstorming our stories before we wrtite

Math:

solve word problems using objects and drawings to find sums up to 10

Writer’s Workshop: Brainstorming ideas- Using capitals, punctuation, and spacing to complete our sentences.  Adding more details to our sentences to make them more interesting

Social Studies: Martin Luther King

 

Dates to Remember:

January 15- MLK Day- No School

Week 16 12/11-12/15

Reminders:

Please send your child’s penny Christmas by Friday. This can be anything from erasers, pencils, stickers, etc…

December 19th- Polar Express Day (school appropriate pajamas) Early Release at 11:45.

Christmas Party- December 20th 9-10. Set up time will be at 8:30.  You are more than welcome to sign your child out after the party.  This day is an early release day also. Primary will be dismissed for the holidays at 11:45.

This week I will be finishing up testing.  Your child will be bringing home a new book every other day!

Sight Words: We will be reviewing all sight words this week.

Thank you for all that you do!!

Wear able for Brock

White Oak Primary School is joining together with our high school to dedicate tomorrow as “Blue-Out for Brock” day. Students and staff who wish to participate may wear blue tomorrow to show your support for this courageous little boy and his family. You are also invited and encouraged to take pictures and post them to the “Battle for Brock” Facebook page along with an encouraging word or message of support from WOISD. Hashtags being used include #battleforbrock and #prayforbrock.
Brock’s mom is Paige Austin Gumm, a White Oak graduate. Let us join together in the spirit of brotherhood and support for our neighbors and former Roughneck. Being able to support others in a time of need is a large part of who we are and what we represent at WOISD.
It’s battle time, so get your blue on tomorrow!
(Blue shirts, pants, socks, hats, shoes are encouraged. No blue hair, please.)