Pre-Kindergarten

Room 124 - Ms. Alcalde

LITERACY 

Monday 6/15 - Thursday 6/18

Read a book about Kindergarten (dual in spanish). Talk about the big idea/theme, review vocabulary, prompt students to add their ideas and feelings about the next step of their academic career. Share their opinions and knowledge about the subject. Have fun with reading books about Kindergarten!

 

Read a book about Kindergarten (dual in spanish). Talk about the big idea/theme, review vocabulary, prompt students to add their ideas and feelings about the next step of their academic career. Share their opinions and knowledge about the subject. Have fun with reading books about Kindergarten!

 

Read a book about Kindergarten (dual in spanish). Talk about the big idea/theme, review vocabulary, prompt students to add their ideas and feelings about the next step of their academic career. Share their opinions and knowledge about the subject. Have fun with reading books about Kindergarten!

 

Popsicle & Pajama Last day of school gathering. Songs, popsicle, fun videos. Summer-Kinder read aloud.

SEL

Monday 6/15 - Thursday 6/18

Based on the books read, students will also incorporate feelings in order to recognize their own emotions and emotions of other people (empathy). Having words to describe their feelings can help children feel like they have control over their strong emotion. These activities can facilitate/anticipate their excitement and/or anxiety towards a new situation. Such as starting school again.

 

Based on the books read, students will also incorporate feelings in order to recognize their own emotions and emotions of other people (empathy). Having words to describe their feelings can help children feel like they have control over their strong emotion. These activities can facilitate/anticipate their excitement and/or anxiety towards a new situation. Such as starting school again.

 

Based on the books read, students will also incorporate feelings in order to recognize their own emotions and emotions of other people (empathy). Having words to describe their feelings can help children feel like they have control over their strong emotion. These activities can facilitate/anticipate their excitement and/or anxiety towards a new situation. Such as starting school again.

 

Popsicle & Pajama Last day of school gathering. Songs, popsicle, fun videos. Summer-Kinder read aloud.

MATH 

Monday 6/15 - Thursday 6/18

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Popsicle & Pajama Last day of school gathering. Songs, popsicle, fun videos. Summer-Kinder read aloud.

 

Room 128 - Ms. Tomasino

LITERACY 

Monday 6/15 - Thursday 6/18

Read a book about Kindergarten (dual in spanish). Talk about the big idea/theme, review vocabulary, prompt students to add their ideas and feelings about the next step of their academic career. Share their opinions and knowledge about the subject. Have fun with reading books about Kindergarten!

 

Read a book about Kindergarten (dual in spanish). Talk about the big idea/theme, review vocabulary, prompt students to add their ideas and feelings about the next step of their academic career. Share their opinions and knowledge about the subject. Have fun with reading books about Kindergarten!

 

Read a book about Kindergarten (dual in spanish). Talk about the big idea/theme, review vocabulary, prompt students to add their ideas and feelings about the next step of their academic career. Share their opinions and knowledge about the subject. Have fun with reading books about Kindergarten!

 

Popsicle & Pajama Last day of school gathering. Songs, popsicle, fun videos. Summer-Kinder read aloud.

SEL

Monday 6/15 - Thursday 6/18

Based on the books read, students will also incorporate feelings in order to recognize their own emotions and emotions of other people (empathy). Having words to describe their feelings can help children feel like they have control over their strong emotion. These activities can facilitate/anticipate their excitement and/or anxiety towards a new situation. Such as starting school again.

 

Based on the books read, students will also incorporate feelings in order to recognize their own emotions and emotions of other people (empathy). Having words to describe their feelings can help children feel like they have control over their strong emotion. These activities can facilitate/anticipate their excitement and/or anxiety towards a new situation. Such as starting school again.

 

Based on the books read, students will also incorporate feelings in order to recognize their own emotions and emotions of other people (empathy). Having words to describe their feelings can help children feel like they have control over their strong emotion. These activities can facilitate/anticipate their excitement and/or anxiety towards a new situation. Such as starting school again.

 

Popsicle & Pajama Last day of school gathering. Songs, popsicle, fun videos. Summer-Kinder read aloud.

MATH 

Monday 6/15 - Thursday 6/18

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Popsicle & Pajama Last day of school gathering. Songs, popsicle, fun videos. Summer-Kinder read aloud.

 

Room 130 - Ms. Calvo

 

LITERACY 

Monday 6/15 - Thursday 6/18

Read a book about Kindergarten (dual in spanish). Talk about the big idea/theme, review vocabulary, prompt students to add their ideas and feelings about the next step of their academic career. Share their opinions and knowledge about the subject. Have fun with reading books about Kindergarten!

 

Read a book about Kindergarten (dual in spanish). Talk about the big idea/theme, review vocabulary, prompt students to add their ideas and feelings about the next step of their academic career. Share their opinions and knowledge about the subject. Have fun with reading books about Kindergarten!

 

Read a book about Kindergarten (dual in spanish). Talk about the big idea/theme, review vocabulary, prompt students to add their ideas and feelings about the next step of their academic career. Share their opinions and knowledge about the subject. Have fun with reading books about Kindergarten!

 

Popsicle & Pajama Last day of school gathering. Songs, popsicle, fun videos. Summer-Kinder read aloud.

SEL

Monday 6/15 - Thursday 6/18

Based on the books read, students will also incorporate feelings in order to recognize their own emotions and emotions of other people (empathy). Having words to describe their feelings can help children feel like they have control over their strong emotion. These activities can facilitate/anticipate their excitement and/or anxiety towards a new situation. Such as starting school again.

 

Based on the books read, students will also incorporate feelings in order to recognize their own emotions and emotions of other people (empathy). Having words to describe their feelings can help children feel like they have control over their strong emotion. These activities can facilitate/anticipate their excitement and/or anxiety towards a new situation. Such as starting school again.

 

Based on the books read, students will also incorporate feelings in order to recognize their own emotions and emotions of other people (empathy). Having words to describe their feelings can help children feel like they have control over their strong emotion. These activities can facilitate/anticipate their excitement and/or anxiety towards a new situation. Such as starting school again.

 

Popsicle & Pajama Last day of school gathering. Songs, popsicle, fun videos. Summer-Kinder read aloud.

MATH 

Monday 6/15 - Thursday 6/18

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Popsicle & Pajama Last day of school gathering. Songs, popsicle, fun videos. Summer-Kinder read aloud.

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