Welcome to the Kindergarten class page! You can learn more about Mrs. Troisi here.
In Kindergarten we are thrilled to use The Superkids Reading Program. It is a phonics based program that incorporates poems, reading and writing. The children love to learn about each Superkid and the adventures that they bring to the program. It is amazing to see the enthusiasm the children have for these characters and to hear the conversations they have with each other. Each month, the children work on a creative writing/art paper with their parents at home and then share it with the class. It is wonderful to see the pride in each child as they verbally present these papers to the class and then they are proudly hung in our hallway. In Religion, we shut the lights and light the battery candles to read stories from the Bible and to learn about God and all the gifts he has given us. It is beautiful to witness the sense of calm and wonder that comes over the class as we learn about Religion and God’s love for us.
11/14 Handwriting page of Lass, Math Corn Counting Worksheet, Phonics Worksheet
11/13 handwriting page of lad, math fluency page 186, phonics worksheet
11/12 Today’s trip has not yet been rescheduled. We will let you know as soon as we know. Sorry to all the parents who took today off of work. Handwriting page of Lily, Math Lesson 5-8 Problem Solving pages 181 and 182, Ll phonics worksheet.
\11/6 What a proud day in Kindergarten! The children did a amazing job performing their Rainbow Songs and Poems for their loving family members. They were beaming with pride showing off all their hard work in the classrooms. We also began writing words today during our dictation. EXCELLENT JOB BOYS AND GIRLS! Handwriting page of sag, Math page 5-6 page 172,Cc, Oo, Gg, Aa, Dd and Ss phonics worksheet
11/5 Handwriting page of sad, Math Lesson 5-5 page 168, Ss phonics worksheet
11/4 Handwriting page of Sal, Math Lesson 5-4 page 164, Ss Phonics worksheet
10/31 HAPPY HALLOWEEN – NO HOMEWORK! Enjoy and pray for the rain to stop.
10/30 Handwriting page of God, Math Lesson 5-2 page 154, ending Dd phonics worksheet
10/29 Handwriting page of dot, Math Lesson 5-1 page 150, spelling phonics worksheet
10/28 Handwriting page of dog, Math Lesson 4-5 page 139 and 140, Blending sounds phonics worksheet
10/24 Handwriting page of doll, Math Lesson 4-4, page 134, Oo, Cc, Gg, Aa, Dd phonics worksheet
10/23 Handwriting page of Doc, Math Lesson 4-3 page 130, Dd phonics worksheet
10/22 Handwriting page of bag, Math Lesson 4-2 page 124, AOCG Phonics Worksheet
10/21 Handwriting page of bat, Math Lesson 4-1 page 120, Aa phonics worksheet
10/17 Handwriting page of and, Math Lesson 3-8 pages 109 and 110, Aa Phonics Worksheeet
10/16 Handwriting page of ant, Math Lesson 3-7 page 104, Aa phonics worksheet
10/15 Handwriting page of Alf, Math Lesson 3.6 page 100, Oo phonics worksheet
10/10 Handwriting page of green, Math Lesson 3-4 page 92, Gg phonics worksheet
10/9 Handwriting page of gas, Math Lesson 3-3 page 88, Gg phonics worksheet
10/8 Handwriting page of Gus, Math Lesson 3-2 page 82, Gg phonics worksheet
10/7 Handwriting page of Golly, Math 3-1 page 78, Gg phonics worksheet.
10/4 Your children did a wonderful job in their Reading Journals last week. They were sent home today, and are due again on Wednesday, October 9th. Can’t wait to see what book you read and what prompt you choose! Have a wonderful weekend!
10/3 Handwriting page of out, Math 2.7 pages 67 and 68, Oo phonics worksheet
10/2 Handwriting page of on, Math 2.6 page 62, Oo phonics worksheet
10/1 Please be sure to return your Reading Journals to school tomorrow. Some of you have already sent them in, and I love reading about the books you read with your parents. Keep up the good work! Handwriting page of off, Math Lesson 2.5 page 58, Oo phonics worksheet
9/30Today your child’s Superkids password was taped to the outside of their GSCA Take Home Folder. This should allow your child to log into the Superkids online. They should have received The Cass Video, Library Book and some online fun games. If for some reason, you are having trouble logging in, please let me know. Handwriting page of odd, Math Lesson 2.4 page 54, Oo Phonics Worksheet
9/27 Today your child brought home their “My Reading Journal.” This book will be sent home every Friday and should be returned to school every Wednesday. There is a letter both on the inside of the journal and in their folder which describes in detail this additional homework assignment.
9/26 Handwriting page of ox, Math Lesson 2-2 page 44, Oo phonics worksheet
9/25 Handwriting page of Oswald, Math Lesson 2-1 page 40, Oo phonics worksheet.
9/24 Handwriting page of cap, Math Fluency Practice page 34, We will take our first Math Test in Kindergarten tomorrow. The children will do great as it is a review of the concepts we have been working on in school. Cc Phonics worksheet
9/23 Handwriting page of fall, Math Lesson 1-6 pages 29 and 30. Cc Phonics Worksheet
9/19 Handwriting page of can, Math Lesson 1-4 page 14, Cc Phonics Worksheet
9/18 Handwriting page of cat, Math Lesson 1.3 page 14, Top, Middle Bottom Worksheet
9/17/19 Handwriting page of Cass, Math Lesson 1.2 page 10. Cc Phonics Worksheet
9/16/19 Handwriting page of your child’s name. The Colors of Me paper, please attach a photo of your child to this paper. Math Lesson 1.1. page 6
9/5/19 We had a great first day in Kindergarten. The children had smiling faces and were very happy to be back together with old friends and/or to be making new friends. We did a little, reading, rhyming and coloring. We began to explore how God made each us unique in our own way. Today, we talked about our loving families, one of God’s greatest gift to us and how each family is unique.
We would like to give you an idea of what to look forward to next week. We will be spending some of our classroom time taking both math and ELA assessments, to gather information that will be helpful in developing our lesson strategies. We will also spend some quality time reading fun stories, that the children will then respond to through personal illustrations… focusing on both “main characters” and the setting of the stories.”
As a result, formal homework assignments will not start until the week of 9/16/19, when we begin working in our math and ELA books workbooks in class. Please use this extra time next week to spend some time reading together with your child and reviewing letter, number and sound recognition.
Lastly, if you did not get a change please label and cover your workbooks and folders in contact paper. Please label your child’r crayon boxes and pencil cases and return all of the above to school.
Thank you for entrusting your children into our care and we look forward to a great year.