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Back to School Night at Ldv

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Kindergarten Back-to-School Night powerpoint presentation at LdV.

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Back to School Night at Ldv

  1. 1. Daily Schedule7:55 Teachers pick up students8:00-8:30 Opening: (calendar, songs, books, daily news, movement)8:30-9:45 Stations (Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Health)9:45-10:00 Snack10:00-10:30 Language Arts (Letter Work, Popcorn Words, Phonemic Awareness)10:30-10:55 Activity Time10:55-11:45 Run/Lunch Recess/Lunch11:45-12:00 Literature12:00-12:20 Pack Up and Magic Circle Full Day Kindergarten Begins on Monday, September 24th. *Full Day Kindergarten Schedule To Come*
  2. 2. ThemesAugust: Friends, Rules, The Gingerbread ManSeptember: Colors, Shapes, Apples, FallOctober: Community Helpers, 5 Senses, Harvest, HalloweenNovember: Family, Friendship, ThanksgivingDecember: Traditions, TransportationJanuary: Bears, Martin Luther King, WeatherFebruary: Valentine’s Day, Symbols, Presidents, 100th DayMarch: St. Patrick’s Day, Plants, Farm, Dr. Seuss, WeatherApril: Flowers, InsectsMay: Life Cycles, Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s DayJune: Water Safety, The Ocean, Father’s Day
  3. 3. Language ArtsProgram: SRA Imagine IT!Sound/Symbol Cards (Alphabet Cards)Phonemic AwarenessOral Language DevelopmentLearning ModalitiesHandwriting
  4. 4. What Makes Up Reading? The Layers Comprehension Automaticity/Fluency Decoding & Word Attack Skills Alphabetic Knowledge/PhonicsPhonological/Phonemic Awareness Concepts About Print 1/16/2004
  5. 5. Language Arts ReadingGuided Reading GroupsBook(s) of the WeekRoyal Readers Parent Volunteer ProgramRaz-Kids Online Reading ProgramPopcorn Words (High-Frequency Words)End-of-the-Year Reading Goal: DRA Level 4
  6. 6. DRA Level 1 (Level A) DRA Level 2 (Level B)•2-5 Words per line, 1 line per page •3-8 Words per line, 1 line per•Repetition, predictable language page.•No surprise endings •Repetitive pattern with 1-2 changes per page, predictableExample: languagePage 1: I go to the park. •Pattern may change on last pagePage 2: I go to the store. Example:Last page: I go to sleep. Page 8: We like to play house. Page 9: We like to play hide and seek. Last page: But we do not play with fire. End-of-the-Year Goal:DRA Level 3/4 (Level C)•3-8 words per sentence. 1-2 lines per page.•Pattern may vary on the first and last pages.Example:Page 1: Did you look for your shoe?Page 2: I looked everywhere. My shoe is not there.Page 3: Did you look under the bed?Page 4: I looked everywhere. My shoe is not there.Page 7: Did you look in your closet?Last Page: Oh, no! I did not look everywhere. I did not look there.
  7. 7. Language Arts WritingThematic WritingPopcorn Words (High-Frequency Words)Phonemic Awareness & Phonics Skills Support WritingEnd-of-the-Year Writing Goal: Personal Narrative
  8. 8. Mathematics Program: Everyday Math Everyday Math Online ExploratoryMastery Hands-On and Conceptual
  9. 9. Science and Social Studies Hands-On Inquiry-Based Class Projects School Projects
  10. 10. Health Curriculum: McGraw Hill Health and Wellness Caring Schools Community Program Habits of Mind Snack & Lunch Water Running CATCH Physical Education Program
  11. 11. Thank You!

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