Photos 6 days ago From magical spells to spooky stories we’ve been having a good time in kindergarten! Take a look at the children zapping the letters to make a witches’ brew of sounds in the cauldron. H
Photos 6 days ago Thanks to all of the families who took time to complete the pumpkin project! Your children all did a nice job talking about who helped them and what they did to create this beautiful work of art. W
Photos Dec 8 Thanks to all the parents who came to see what it looks like to learn in school in this new day and age. The children loved having guests for lunch and they enjoyed the partner game we played in ma
Photos Dec 8 We were honored to have a real published author come and visit and read to us. Danual Berkley has writtien and published a few children's books and some poems. He is also a firefighter and has
Photos Dec 7 We went on our first fieldtrip and nobody got lost in the corn maze! I’d say that is a successful fieldtrip! The children learned about the many crops grown at the farm, including apples and
Photos Dec 7 Look at these pictures from the first days of school until more recently… these kiddos have been learning to become readers, working hard to tell stories by using pictures and words they kno
Please make sure you are helping your child learn these each week. It is much easier to learn a few at a time than to cram them in at the end of the marking period. They are a necessary tool for making progress in reading and writing. Your child should be able to read and write these fluently.
First Marking Period: I, a, am, see, the, and, go, had, can, he, me, like, play, has, you, we, my, of, as, at
Second Marking Period: in, to, love, went, have, it, is, him, his, girl, on, did
Read Every Night!
Remember to practice reading with your children every night. You read to them and then listen to them read to you. Fluency comes with practice; and fluent readers enjoy books more and become avid readers. Let's grow lifelong readers!
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