Resources

This is the handwriting chart that we follow in order to correctly form letters. We always start at the top! There is a catchy YouTube song that we listen to to remind us.You can find it by clicking here!

Sight Words


 

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

Act Out The Alphabet.

 

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Scholastic Book Club Website. Make sure to enter our class code: WW8RT when ordering books!

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You can access Wonders by clicking the logo above or copying and pasting the link into your browser, select Miss Rose and find your student then enter their password.

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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.

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