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Back2 schoolnight
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  • 1. Welcome to Kindergarten Back to School Night! Mrs. Ceo - KA September ??, 2013
  • 2. Our Curriculum and Schedule
  • 3. Settling In… • Unpacking • Signing in • Greeting Friends • Question of the Day • Morning Work • Structured Play
  • 4. Morning Message & Message Every morning we come together in our “Meeting Place” to : •Sing “Good Morning” songs •Greet each other •Read morning message & question of the day •Talk about our day - Why? •To build community within classroom •Great way to build literacy •Happy way to start our day
  • 5. Building Literacy using the Daily 5 We have just begun the Daily 5. This is the reading and writing program used in the classroom. The Daily 5 is a structure that helps students develop the daily habits of reading, writing and working independently that will lead to a lifetime of literacy independence. The children will be busy completing meaningful tasks during our literacy block. They include:
  • 6. Daily 5 Components •Read to Self •Read to Someone •Work on Writing •Word Word •Guided Reading with Teacher
  • 7. Read to Self Right now, we are focusing on increasing our stamina to work independently during Read to Self. Within the next few months, the other choices will be introduced. While the students are completing their literacy tasks, I will be meeting with small groups and conferencing with individual students.
  • 8. Writing In addition to the Daily 5 we will be involved: •working together in “shared” writing – concepts of print, conventions of writing, and modeling the thought process of writing •writing workshop – lesson, active engagement, writing time & sharing their pieces
  • 9. Math Text – enVisionMATH -topics include: •Counting, reading & writing numbers 1 to 20 •Collecting Data – sorting, graphs •Identifying & describing shapes •Counting to 100 •Addition & Subtraction •Measurement •Math Centers
  • 10. Religion Text: Sadlier, We Believe – Grade K This year the students will be learning about: •God our Creator and His many gifts •Jesus’ life and what He expects of us In addition, we will attend first Friday mass each month as well as celebrate many other liturgical events.
  • 11. Social Studies & Science
  • 12. Learning Centers • Allows students to explore and use materials to expand interests and abilities. • Provides students with opportunities to practice and apply skills and concepts they have been taught. • Students work independently or cooperatively with each other.
  • 13. Snack, Lunch/Recess & Rest time • We will have snack each day around 9:30. Please send in a healthy snack. • We will be eating lunch in the cafeteria at 11:30 followed by recess. Please make sure your child has appropriate outdoor clothing with them according to the weather. • Rest time will follow lunch/recess in our classroom.
  • 14. Behavior Plan ClassDojo.com •allows me to track student behavior and learning skills throughout the day. •One of the great features of ClassDojo is that it allows me to send you a “behavior and skills report” every Friday by email. My hope is that this will help you better understand the progress of your child on a week-to-week basis.
  • 15. How can you help your child learn? • Read to your child every day – the single most important thing you can do to help him/her become a successful reader. • Encourage young writers by asking them to tell you about their writing or drawing.
  • 16. • Prominently display their work – helps to create a sense of pride! • Talk about the events of the day. - And finally…... • Make sure your child gets enough sleep and eats a healthy breakfast each morning.
  • 17. Questions, Concerns, Just Want to Talk?? There may be times when you feel you need to discuss your child with me. Well, I am very reachable! The Communication Folder that comes home every day with your child is one way. Put a note in it addressed to me and I will see it. I can also be reached by calling the school or via my email address: mceo@sischool.org. I promise to get back to you as soon as I am able. If there is anything you ever need to know right away, you may be able to find the answer on my teacher page which you can access through the school’s website by clicking on “Classroom Pages” and then choosing “Kindergarten A.”
  • 18. Thanks for coming!

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