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 March 12, 2018
This week, in our Superkids reading program, we continue learning to read and write the letter Bb. We also learn about clubs and bakery items. We will read and write words using the letters and sounds we have learned. Our decodable words for letter Bb are bad, bag, bat, bed, bell, belt, best, bet, big, bill, bit, blast, blob, boss, bud, bug, bus, but, club, cub, glob and tub.
We will practice our sight words: the, of, a, and, to, in, is, you, that, it, he, I, see, on, was, for, as, are, with, his, they, at, be, have, this, from, had, or, by, words, not, but, what, all, we, were, can, your, when, use, said, there, an, do, she, how, up and which, their and if. We will learn to read the words: will, other, and out.
In Math class, we will continue to use addition skills to shows ways to break apart numbers to 10. We will learn to count and model groups of 11 and 12.
In Religion class, the children will listen to stories and learn about St. Patrick. We will continue making a Stations of the Cross book.
In Science class we will learn that heat makes different substances melt. We will do an experiment with melting and use our Let’s Find Out magazine.
Reminders: Ice cream is sold at lunch for $1.25 or $2.
Snacks are sold daily during lunch for $1.