Kindergarten!Thank you to all of our wonderful parents for sharing your children with me this year.It was with your help that we were able to complete this year with remote learning. I truly appreciate all that you have done to continue your child's learning, as challenging at it may have been at times.The true reward was being able to see the children grow and complete much of the work we began in school. Hopefully you are able to see that growth as well!I wish you all a relaxing summer, however, remember it is improtant for your child to continue to read and practice fast facts and sight words at home over the summer. I hope that I have given you some tools over the past few months, to make that easier and fun for your child.A great summer motto is to have fun and learn something new each day!Many companies are offering free access to parents during the summer. I will try to add a few here for you to look into.Epic.com is continuing to offer free site access over the summer. There will be a 2 hr limit per week for this service.The following link is provided by Audible (Amazon’s audiobook service). They are providing free audio story books while the world is dealing with the pandemic. This may be useful to our teachers and parents to help occupy time or to incorporate lessons.Scholastic has come up with a great program to incorporate some reading and with activities as a follow up for the Kindergarten level. They have both fiction & non-fiction stories available!!click here....Scholastic Learn at HomeThe children love to read books on Reading A-Z. They are offering free acounts for students.Free Learning WebsitesPlease visitour librarian, Ms. Palme's, Webpagefor many fun free resources and activities.
I have assigned the Step up to First Grade lessons for you to complete over the summer!
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Here is a link to some fun math games.LiteracyWe will begin our year introducing the alphabet using the Fundations Phonics Program. During the 1st two weeks, we will introduce 3 letters. Starting the 3rd week, we will focus on 2 letters a week, review each letter, sound and discriminate between the uppercase and lowercase letter.How Can You Help At Home:Practice the letters and their sounds daily.
During review at home, see if your child can think of 3-5 words that begin with that letter.
Have him/her look for things around your house that begin with the letters you are practicing.
Identify the beginning letter of family members or family friends names.
Have your child help with shopping and helping to write the shopping list.Switlik PTNIf you have not already done so, please consider joining the Switlik PTN.Every dollar raised by the PTN, goes right back to your students! We can already thank them for our new Switlik folders, the classroom care packages (tissues, wipes, cleaning wipes, & sidewalk chalk) and our gift card for our memory book photos.
In keeping with last year, we will be having our school store on the 2nd Wednesday of each month in the cafeteria during lunch. Students will have the opportunity to shop once they have eaten. Items are priced between $0.25 - $2.00
The PTN is always looking for volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Samantha Marley or PTN.email@example.com
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