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Kindergarten

March 2021

Kindergarten is flying right by!  We celebrated the 100th day of kindergarten, and we continue to learn and grow and become the almost-first-graders that we want to be! 

Reading: Author's purpose and point, as well as story elements and the work done by both the author and illustrator.  We also strive to "own" and use decoding strategies, and read with meaning and fluency.  We can retell  details and parts of a story that we've read or heard. 

Math: Number sense, addition and subtraction, using a number grid, 10s grids, rulers and non-standard units of measure.  We continue to skip count, review shapes, and begin our work with functions/in and out boxes.

Science and Social Studies: Forces of push and pull, life science, ecosystems: animals, plants and their environment , community workers, and Comet traits: integrity and acceptance.  We do what's right even when nobody sees us! 

As with everything this year...we are still "up in the air" as to how the end of the year celebrations will play out.  We'll keep you posted as we learn! Happy Spring! 

Kindergarten Everyday Math Family Letters

Kinder Symbaloo

Kindergarten Classrooms

Mrs. Alvarez's Class

Subject: General Education
Comet logo.png Remote Learning Information Teacher name: Raelene Alvarez Teacher email: raelene.alvarez@adams12.org    

Mrs. Satterfield's Class

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Subject: General Education
Teacher name: Mrs. Satterfield Teacher email: Chesley.E.Osborn@adams12.org Please visit your child's Schoology page to access our classroom during remote learning.