Monday, Oct. 23—Harvest Holiday (No school)
Tuesday, Oct. 31--Please do not have your child wear a costume on that day. We will still have a lot of fun at our party. THANK YOU!
Early Literacy Idea
Sing songs together and do finger plays.
Remember our reading goal is 15 minutes a night/five night a week. Please read to your child and have him/her read to you! This is so important! Thanks for all you do!
We have added the /c/ sound as part of our Language Arts study. /C/ is a tricky spelling because it can stand for the “k” sound (sometimes called the “hard c”) or /s/ (sometimes called the “soft c”). In the program we use, (CKLA program), however, the /c/ is always sounded /k/. In addition, we’ve introduced the /g/ sound which is also a tricky spelling. It can stand for /g/ (sometimes called the “hard g”) or /j/ (sometimes called the “soft g” sound). In our program, /g/ is always sounded as /g/.
We have learned the following sight words: me, see, I, can, like, look, here, the.
We are learning how we can count and write 6 and 7 with words and numbers, and represent objects with a number name and a written numeral. We are matching groups with the same number and continuing to discuss greater than, and less than.
Enjoy your week! Thanks again for being involved in your child’s education and showing wonderful support!