We have overcome so much this year! Many things, besides academics, were learned which lead to incredible success in each and everyone of you. I saw growth by leaps and bounds in all of you since the beginning of the school year. I am so proud of all of your accomplishments! It has been such an exciting school year, even through all of the obstacles. You have come so far and I will miss each and everyone of you!
For anyone who is interested, here is a link to a reading and math program called "Summer Bridge Book Program''. This program bridges the grades kindergarten and first grade. https://www.summerbridgeactivities.org/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwnueFBhChARIsAPu3YkQs6V1yYCHGFYcu8OHxQNRt-qsB0JetFmURuvrKn6OGXdWFNJH2WC4aAtUyEALw_wcB
Good luck next year in first grade! Have a wonderful, safe and relaxing summer!
God bless you,
Look who we caught being kind to others.
These are our Christmas pictures. This was PJ day and cinnamon ornaments. The children sculpted and cookie cut their ornaments. They touched and smelled and decorated
Please practice those letter sounds! We are beginning to tap, sound, and stretch out words, and we are reading sentences with more unfamiliar words in them. We enjoy learning letters and sounds by watching
Working on fine motor skills at home is a great way to strengthen skills. Let your child practice using scissors, holding a pencil correctly, tracing lines, tracing letters and numbers, playing with play dough (have them make letters or numbers with the Play dough), putting beads on pipe cleaners. Developing these fine motor skills are essential in Kindergarten.