As you know we will be closed for the next two weeks. I did not mention this to the children so that you could have the opportunity to talk to your child about this as a family.
In your child's folder, I have included assignments to be completed during this time. These include; two packets labeled week 1, two packets labeled week 2, three homework packets, our math book and two superkids reading booklets. I also attached your child's google account information to their backpack. If you need to contact me my email is email@example.com. Do not hesitate to email me if you need further information/assistance.
Todays homework packet was accidentally attached to the back of week one papers. Next Friday's homework pack is attached to the back of week 2 papers, and the following friday homework is loose. Each homework packet is labeled in case you find this confusing.
Reading: pages 24-33 in Units 18-20 (P,V,W) Superkids booklet.
Directions are at the bottom of each page. The students have already heard the story.
Read the story to your child then help your child read the story to you. Read the story at least 4 times.
Complete practice book pages in week one packet.
Math: Pages 23, 24, 26, and 27
Social Studies: read Studies Weekly magazine together and answer questions on the back.
Religion: Complete the worksheets attached to week one packet.
*Attached in the packet are supplemental worksheets. Monitor your child to ensure they understand the directions and grasp the concepts.
Children are to do the following daily:
* write 3 or more sentences using the sight words. You can dictate these or they can write their own.
* Practice blending 5-10 minutes ( I need to figure out how to post this on this blog.)
* Practice skip counting by 10's, 5's to 100 and practice skip counting by 2's to 30.
Let me know if you need further instructions. I will post the following weeks assignment next Friday. Stay healthy and we will see you in two weeks.
Author: Mrs. Gargano
Hello. I am the Kindergarten teacher at OLM. I have been teaching for over 24 years and have been with Our Lady of Mercy school for about 12 years. While I have taught and enjoyed teaching many different grades, Kindergarten is my heart!