We’re having a great time with Ms.Dalziel! She’s a wonderful and caring teacher and we will miss her when she leaves us. The children have enjoyed having her and she has been a great helper to everyone in KB! Her last day is Thursday May 3rd!!
At this time of year each student is working on their personal growth goals. Some students are working on telling a story (organizing their thoughts and making a picture) while others are writing 1 or 2 sentences to tell their story. The most important thing is everyone has made progress at their own pace. They still have 2 months of school and two months in the summer to prepare for grade one.
We will continue to talk about Earth Day and finish the Rainforest learning this week.
Kindergarten will have their Spring Concert Tuesday May 1st. They will do two performances that day. The first concert will take place in the afternoon and the second will be in the evening. More information will go home this week.
PD Day Friday April 13th so there will no school that day!
Great news in KB….we have Ms.Dalziel (Ms.DL) back with us for the next 4 weeks. This is a great opportunity for all the students. Ms.Dalziel and I will be reading and writing in SMALL groups which allows us to scaffold and set individual goals each person!!
We’re still learning about the Rainforest! We will be talking about Earth Day next week too!
Math- part part whole and review numbers- 6-9
Sight word- and
Have a great week!
We would like to invite everyone to rock their socks on March 21st! This Wednesday is World Down Syndrome day. People all over the world wear mismatched socks to celebrate world Down syndrome day. Wearing mismatched socks reminds us to celebrate the things that make us each unique.
Last week before March Break and Easter!!!
This week in KB
sight words- review
Theme- Rainforest- Monkeys and Butterflies
Have a great weekend
Friday March 16th- Is the second day of three fundraisers we will have to support the Easter Seals. The PEI Easter Seals Society is committed to fully enhancing the quality of life, self esteem and self determination of Islanders with disabilities. The PEI Easter Seals Society responds to the needs and aspirations of children, youth, and adults with disabilities by providing services and support to enable access, inclusion and opportunity to promote increased activity and involvement. We are asking that each student bring in a loonie on each FUN Friday in March.
French week- Monday is dress in “blue, white, red and yellow” The colors of the Acadian Flag.
Letters- J and P
sight words- review week
Due to a death in our family, I will be out Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. If you have to make any changes to your child’s schedule please contact the office and they will make sure that information goes to the teacher in the class! Thank-you!!
The school will close at 12:35 today- Friday March 9th.