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Our Kindergarten Newsletter
Mrs. Randall Sept. 24-28, 2007
A B C D E F Gee what a lot of fun we had this week. Our names have been very
important this week. We are looking for letters that are the same in each other’s
name, counting letters, comparing the length as well as looking for letters that we
have learned. Our name is the most important word and that is why we start there.
I am in need of your help. The children are feeling quite comfortable with
school and their friends. This is good as well as bad. Many of the children are getting
silly, talking and “hitting” (to get attention). This is becoming a problem. I need the
children to be focused during group and work times. You can help with this by
reminding them to use good listening, eyes, ears, mouths and bodies. Facing the
teacher, keeping in his/her spot and waiting until playtime to get silly. We need to
establish good listening skills so when we need to get more serious about skills they
are ready. Thank you for your help. It really does make a difference when we can
Ask Me About
New Letters and Sounds we learned this week—c k e h r
Computers-This week we inserted the pictures we took last week into a
special page and then dictated how we feel about school.
Graphing how many letters are in our names.
The big Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Trees we made.
The Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Tree alphabet book we made. This will be a
traveling book to go home with a new friend each night.
The book The 12 Days of Kindergarten: these went home earlier this week;
I’m hoping that you have had your child read and reread it to you.
Morning Meeting Greetings
o Hello Neighbor
o Farmer greeting-milking the cow
o Fish handshake—flopping hand on neighbors arm (this is a gentle motion.)
o Did you have cereal for breakfast
o Did you bring your library book—we check out books on Wednesday
o Do you have an h in your name
o Do you like the season of Fall
o Draw 2 shapes on the chart.
How many letters are in your name—book