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 April 15, 2019
This week, in our Superkids reading program, we will continue learning to read and write the letter Pp. We learn about picnics and discover what an adjective is.
Decodable words for letter P p are: bump, camp, cap, clap, clip, crisp, cup, damp, drip, drop, dump, flaps, flip, flop, gulp, gumdrop, happen, help, hiccups, hip, hop, hospital, lamp, lap, lip, lump, map, mop, nap, nip, pants, pass, past, pat, pen, pest, pet, picnic, pig, piglet, pigpen, pill, plan, planet, plant, plastic, plum, pond, pop, pot, present, press, problem, puff, puppet, ramp, rip, sip, slap, slip, slop, snap, snip, spend, spill, spin, spot, stamp, stomp, stop, stump, tap, tip, top, trip, up, and upset.
In Math class, we will learn about graphs and make a jellybean graph.
In Religion class, the children will learn about Holy Week. We will finish making our Stations of the Cross books.
We will be reading Easter stories and making Easter art projects.
Monday is our bowling trip to Astoria Bowl.
Wednesday, mass is at St. Nicholas Church, 11:00. Dismissal is 11:45 after mass. There is no after-school.
Classes resume Monday, April 29th.
Have a blessed Easter and wonderful vacation.