Mrs. Alisha Anderson & Mrs. Pamela Moore    (Kindergarten Class- 2020-2021)

 


Important Kindergarten Information

Parents update contact information with Ms. King in the office.

Sign into Schoology and use my Google Meet Link to join us for class

Link: https://meet.google.com/gbv-gjky-trj

Monday - Thursday starting at 7:30 am. On Friday class start time is 8:30 am. Friday is fluency time (schedule will be posted later) 

  • I am available for conferences. Please call to set up a day and time to discuss your child progress.

Virtual/Hybrid/In School Schedule for Kindergarten

Monday - Thursday @ 7:30 – 2:30

Friday @ 8:30 am

7:30 am-          Morning Meeting

7:45 am  Heggerty & Phonics

8:10 am- Sight Word Routine

8:20 am- Vocabulary

8:30 am- Comprehension

9:00 am- Writing

9:45 am- Ready, Set, Read! (Interventions

10:15 am- Bathroom

10:30 am-  Lunch

11:00 am- Outside

11:25 am- Activity

12:10 pm- Math Fluency

12:20 pm- Math Lesson

1:10 pm- Interventions Pulling

2:00 pm- Art

2:50 pm- Dismissal

Mrs. Pamela Moore-

Friday Fluency Time Schedule

Fluency time will be offered every Friday, that we are not testing. Students will practice letter identification, letter sounds, recognizing numbers, MKAS review, and sight words. 

Please join by using the link below:

Dial-in: (US) +1 985-346-3150 

PIN: 681 580 572#

 


ACTIVITY SCHEDULE

  • Monday: PE 
  • Tuesday: Computer
  • Wednesday: Character Ed
  • Thursday: Library
  • Friday: Music

 

Activity 

Character Ed. 

https://meet.google.com/csk-cvko-kim
P.E.https://meet.google.com/xsc-ypab-ves 
Musichttp://meet.google.com/icp-wcyi-uje

Library

 

Computer

https://meet.google.com/dbg-ekxb-hxb

https://meet.google.com/tqq-gpvh-vhn

 

 

 

 
 


Kindergarten Standards For January 25 - 29

Reading Foundation

RF.K.2d - Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in three-phoneme (consonant-vowel-consonant, or CVC) words.* (This does not include CVCs ending with /l/, /r/, or /x/.)

I can isolate and pronounce phonemes in three-phoneme words.


Reading Information-

K.RI.3-With prompting and support, describe the relationship between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.

I can, with prompting and support, describe the relationship between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.

K.RI.1- Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.

I can ask and answer question using facts from the text.

Language Arts/ English

K.L1d- Understand and use question words (interrogatives) (e.g., who, what, where, when, why, how). I can identify question words in a sentence.


Writing

W.K.2 Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose informative/explanatory texts in which they name what they are writing about and supply some information about the topic.  I can use pictures and writing to write about information on a topic.  

 

Math

K.OA.4: For any number from 1 to 9, find the number that makes 10 when added to the given number, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record the answer with a drawing or equation.

I can add two numbers to make 10.  I can find a missing number to make 10.

EPIC and Renaissance!

Hello Parents,

This is a website that allows students to read AR books. Students are required to read five (5) books each nine weeks

Please follow the instructions below to start your child reading journey in Epic Books.  

Go to www.getepic.com/students

Enter Class Code: kqu9687

Find your child’s name on the list and click on it.

Now parents students will have to take AR tests in Renaissance. Students can only test Monday - Friday (7:00am - 8:00pm). Use the link below to take tests on books after reading in Epic:

https://hosted16.renlearn.com/707759/default.aspx

Click on (I am a Student) and use the same login information.  (Example: Username are the numbers behind the students initials) (Password: p + the numbers) 

After login click on the orange button (Take a Quiz), and then type in the name of the book in the search box (Find a Book).

Enjoy Reading and Testing!!!

A list of suggested Kindergarten AR leveled books that can be read in Epic and tested on in Renaissance. The links are on my teacher page and in Schoology in Reading course. Remainder: All Kindergarten students must read and pass 20 AR books with 80 or above by the end of the year

Book Titles Author Names Book AR Levels
I’m the Boss By: Sam Williams 0.5
Shh! What’s that sound? By: Joann Cleland 0.4
Spring is Here. A Bear and Mole Story By: Will Hillenbrand 1.3
What is Snow? By: Tammy Brown 0.7
Fire Trucks By: Julie Murray 0.8
Let’s get Pizza By: Meg Greve 0.8
Fall By: Julie Murray 0.9
Dolphins By: Cari Meister 0.9
Puppies By: Colleen Sexton 1.0
Winter By: Julie Murray 0.9
Spring By: 0.9
Cranes By: Wendy Strobel Dieker 0.9
The Alphabet: Tt By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Dd By: Bela Davis 0.7
The Alphabet: Ff By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Rr By: Bela Davis 0.9
The Alphabet: Ii By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Gg By: Bela Davis 0.9
The Alphabet: Ll By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Bb By: Bela Davis 0.9
The Alphabet: Vv By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Cc By: Bela Davis 0.8
The Alphabet: Oo By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Kk By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet:  Hh By: Bela Davis 0.8
The Alphabet: Ss By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Ee By: Bela Davis 0.8
The Alphabet: Zz By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Aa By: Bela Davis 0.9
The Alphabet: Uu By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Qq By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Xx By: Bela Davis 0.8
The Alphabet: Pp By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Ww By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Nn By: Bela Davis 0.9
The Alphabet: Mm By: Bela Davis 1.0
The Alphabet: Yy By: Bela Davis 0.9
The Alphabet: Jj By: Bela Davis 1.0
Playground Games By: Tracy Nelson Maurer 0.7
I Can See By: Julie Murray 0.8
Puppies By: Colleen Sexton 1.0
Five Flying Penguins By: Barbara McGrath 1.5
What’s in a tree? By: Tracy Nelson Maurer 0.4
What is This? By: 0.5
Kick, Pass, Score! By: 0.9
Bedtimes Battles By: 0.6
We’re Going on a Dinosaur Dig By: 0.6
Now or Later Alligator By: 0.9
Sheep in a Jeep By: 1.0
Mice on Ice By: 1.8
Rain By: 1.2
Pete the Cat: Pete’s Big Lunch By: 1.2
Rottweilers By: 0.9
I had a Hippopotamus By: 1.0
It’s my Turn By: 0.4
Baby Chickens By: 1.4
Oopsy, Teacher! By: 1.8
Pizza for Sam By: 1.7
Too much TV! By: 1.6
That’s not Fair! By: 1.4
Polar Bears By: 1.8
How many Bites? By: 0.7
The Jungle in my yard By: 0.6

Use the link below for i-Ready. Students are required to complete assigned teacher lessons in Reading and Math. In Reading, students should complete 2 My Path lessons and 1 Teacher Assigned in Reading Foundation, Reading Information, and Reading Literature each week. For Math, students should complete 2 My Path lessons and 2 Teacher Assigned lessons each week.   Lessons will available Monday morning and are due by 12:00 noon on Friday each week. These lessons must be passed with a score of 80% or better in order to count as their i-Ready requirement.  These grades will count as a part of their homework grade.

i-ready

Kindergarten Sight Words

(Please Practice)

SET 1- (01/11- 01/15)

1. the

2. of

3. and

4. a

5. to

 

SET 2- (01/19- 01/22)

6. in

7. is

8. you

9. that

10. he

 

SET 3- (1/25 - 1/29)

11. was

12. for

13. on

14. are

15. as


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