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3600 Fielding Drive
Springfield, IL 62711
217/546-0200
 
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As a parent, your influence on your child is humongous. Do you want the same for your child that you had? Do you want more for them? We should always ask ourselves if we are being the best example we can be for our children. I know as a mother, this question motivates me in the way I live. I want to be the best example I can be for my children. One way you can connect with your child is by asking them to share a highlight about their day at school. In our house I ask my children, "What was a rose in your day?" Then I ask, "What was a thorn in your day?" This allows me to hear the joys and the sorrows of their day and I can show them excitement and empathy. When we ask our children about their school day, we are investing in their education and showing our children that school is very important.

Reading Mastery

Photos 6 days ago Currently my kindergarten students are working on learning their letters and sounds. They are working in our Reading Mastery program. They have been introduced the sounds a and m. They also practic

SRA Corrective Reading

Photos 6 days ago Our resource reading program is SRA Corrective Reading. Students are met with daily. The program is broken down into word attack skills, a story at their reading level, comprehension questions that

Learning how to spell and write our name.

Photos 6 days ago Not every kindergarten student knows how to write their name. Most have a hard time spelling their name as well. One trick you can do to practice is print their name on paper, cut up the letters, a

Practicing snap words

Photos 6 days ago Students in kindergarten are working on their quarterly snap words. They need to be able to read them as well as spell them. This will help in both their reading and their writing. 

Using Math Manipulatives

Photos 6 days ago Using manipulatives such as counters, cubes, and other items can help a student solve complicated math problems. Today the lesson was on division. We placed bears into groups. This helped my studen

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