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Homecoming Week Dress-up Days

Monday: Grandparents day- come dressed as your grandparents

Tuesday: St. Patrick’s Day- Wear your green

Wednesday: Come in a non-scary costume, superhero, cartoon character, or celebrity

Thursday: Independence Day- Come dressed in your 4th of July Red, White, and Blue

Friday: Pre-k wear White, kindergarten wear Grey, first grade wear Red, and second grade wear Black

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     The Kindergarten Team is excited to work with your child and want to make this year very challenging while having fun. LOL =  Loads of Learning!

 

     Here are few things you can do to help your child have a successful kindergarten year and be ready for First Grade!

 

    Talk to your child about their day.  Encourage them to share at least one thing they learned in math, reading, phonics, or the themes.  Ask them to share a kindness they did for a friend, etc.   Try to focus the conversation on positive things that happened. 

 

    Please read to your child every day.  Reading aloud is one of the most important things parents can do with children. Reading aloud builds many important foundation skills, introduces vocabulary, provides a model of fluent, expressive reading, and helps children recognize what reading for pleasure is all about.

(Reading Rockets Resource for Parents)

 

    Don't forget about numbers!  Numbers are all around us.  Help your child understand math awareness and skills.  Collect  all kinds of things your child can count.  Use vocabulary words like - big, little, small, more than, less than, before, and after, etc... 

(PBS Math Tips for Parents)

 

    Behavior  Please encourage your child to listen and follow directions, to be kind to others, and to do their best every day. (Behavior Tips for Parents)

 

    Parent Resource Center We have a parent resource center located in our Media Center.  We have added some additional literature to our Parent Resource Center in the GA Room in the media center.  You will find these resources in English, as well as in Spanish.  Some of the booklet titles are: 

 
  • Get Involved in Your Child's Education
  • Be Active in Your Child's Special Education
  • Raising a Responsible Child
  • Raising a Strong Reader
  • Supporting Regular School Attendance 
  • Etc.