Kindergarten is all about learning to learn!
Kindergarten is a time for children to expand their love of learning, their general knowledge, their ability to get along with others, and their interest in reaching out to the world. In Kindergarten, at Queen of the Rosary Catholic Academy, we present a well-rounded faith-based curriculum that encourages a lifelong love of learning and prepares our children to confidently enter first grade.
Week of November 11, 2019
Monday, November 11th, school is closed for Veteran’s Day
This week, in our Superkids reading program, we learn to read and write the letter Dd. We meet Doc, who has a knack for fixing broken things, and we learn about inventions and fixing toys. We also read and write our first words using the letters and sounds we have learned. Our first decodable words are: add, cod, cog, Dad, Doc, dog and odd.
We will review reading the sight words: the, of, a, and, to, in, is, you, that, it, and he. We will begin learning to recognize and read the sight word: I and see.
In Math class, we will review identifying, and writing numbers and number words 0 through 8. We will learn to identify write and count sets with the numbers 9 and 10.
In Religion class, the children will learn about thanking God for all the wonderful gifts He has given us.
In Science class, the children will learn about what an engineer is and will be able to tell how an engineer defines problems and comes up with solutions.
Tuesday, pizza will be sold for lunch for $2.50 a slice.
Wednesday, we will have our workshop on rockets, presented by the Hall of Science.
Donations for the Little Sisters of the Poor will be accepted through November 18th.
Have a great week,