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    4th Quarter Happenings!
     
    May 3rd - Early Release Day
    We will try and open our gate around 11:40
     
    May 7th - Tuesday
    End of Year Slide Show and Performance
    7:00 - 8:00 pm
      
    May 17th - Friday
    Sand and Water Day
    Times to be announced at a later time 
     
    May 17th - Friday
    PTSA's Peter Piper Pizza Yearbook Signing Event
     
    May 23rd - Thursday
    Last Day of School & End of 4th Quarter
    Early Release Day
    We will try and open our gate around 11:40
     
     
    Please email me if you have any questions (rebecca.green@dvusd.org)
    I look forward to having an exciting kindergarten year with you and your child.
     

Weekly Blog

  • Week of 4/23/19

    Posted by Rebecca Green on 4/22/2019

    This week we are going to focus on the letters Aa, Ee, Ii, and Oo and the sounds for the letters a, e, i, and o.  Your child will learn how to write the upper and lowercase Aa, Ee, Ii, and Oo and learn their sounds.  They should be able to recognize and reproduce the sounds when they see the letters Aa, Ee, Ii, and Oo in isolation and in words.  At this time of the year your child should be able to recognize all capital and lowercase letters, say, and recognize the basic sounds of all the capital and lowercase letters.  This week your child will continue to learn 4 high-frequency words:  in as, by, at and they should also be able to recognize the following high-frequency words:  I, am, the, little, to, a, have, is, we, my, like, he, for, me, with, she, see, look, they, you, of, do, are, that, one, two, three, four, five, here, go, from, blue, green, yellow, what, was, said, where, come, can, it, and, had, this, be.   I would recommend that with any skill that your child is working on that you have flashcards for them to use daily for a quick practice. Your child should be able to spell the 20 high frequency words now that are required in Kindergarten with proper handwriting.  We are working on decomposing numbers to 10 and writing the subtraction sentences to match the drawings/stories.  We are working on improving our handwriting this quarter.  Letters should be written neatly and properly on the lines. They should know how to write their first name and last names now with a capital letter at the beginning of both names, use lowercase letters for the other parts, and put a space between the names. In writing we are focusing on writing 4 - 5  sentences using our high-frequency words, putting spaces between wordsstarting each sentence with a capital letter, and then writing most of the sounds of unknown words (ex: It was estr last sunda.  The estr bune cam to my hows and hid egs.  I culrd egs.  I had such a fun tim. = It was Easter last Sunday.  The Easter Bunny came to my house and hid eggs.  I colored eggs.  I had such a fun time.)

    I hope you all had a relaxing and fun long weekend!

    Remember our show is on May 7th at 7:00 pm.

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    8:30  Final Bell!  School begins
    8:30 - 8:45  Morning Routine
    8:45 - 10:40  English Language Arts (Reading & Writing) and Integrated Social Studies and Science Concepts
    10:45 - 11:15  Lunch in the Cafeteria
    11:15 - 11:45  Recess
    11:45 - 1:00  Math
    1:00 - 1:45  Special Area (see below)
    1:45 - 2:15  RTI
    2:15 - 2:50 Science/Social Studies
    2:50 - 3:05  Review Day/Pack-up/Snack/Recess
    3:05  Dismissal
     
    Tuesdays Library Time:  2:00 - 2:30 
     
    Special Area Classes
    each day from 1:00- 1:45 
    Mondays:  Music
    Tuesdays:  P.E.
    Wednesdays:  Art
    Thursdays:  P.E.
    1st Quarter Fridays:  Music
    2nd Quarter Fridays:  P.E.
    3rd Quarter Fridays:  Art
    4th Quarter Fridays:  P.E.