Ppt on missing numbers for kindergarten

Welcome to Kindergarten! With The Kindergarten Team… Mrs. Jeanne Cano Ms. Stephanie Casper Ms. Nancy Randolph Mrs. Satya Kennedy August 2015 A new adventure.

.  Missed Kindergarten Spalding practice & review needs to be “made up” when returning to school.  Parents may need to assist with support of missed work needing/for your child.  For free writing tasks, accept phonetic approximations.  Praise efforts.  Kindergarten writing looks different from grown- up writing & that’s okay. TOOLS:  letter chart  spacers  Word Wall  brain power!!! End of year goals for students: Writing in complete sentences Writing with supporting detail Math Notes  Numbers/


Welcome to the Unit 8 Seminar for KU 121! Topic: Revising your Autobiography Professor: Ann Meek, PhD.

– have you applied standard formatting such as page numbers, etc? Have you carefully proofread a final time to eliminate typos, missing words, etc.? Revising Your Essay What to look for… What to look for… Proper topic Proper topic A correct thesis sentence /: “Jane is very dedicated to creating the most positive kindergarten experience possible for the children in her class she has worked for many years to achieve the goal of becoming a kindergarten teacher.” Four Ways to Correct a Run-On Sentence Make/


Kindergarten Addition Math Masters K.OA.1, K.OA.2, K.OA.3, K.OA.4, K.OA.5, K.CC.C.6, K.CC.C.7 Provide students with counters, dry erase boards, and a marker.

answers. The teacher tracks team points to determine a winner. Kindergarten Addition Math Masters Click to return to this page. I can compare numbers and amounts. Which is more? AA BB +1 I can compare numbers and amounts. Correct! 5 is more than 4. A B/number sentence for this ten-frame. +2 √ √ √ √ I can make 10. Write a number sentence for this ten-frame. +2 5 + 5 = 10 I can make 10. 10 Find the missing parts. 4? +3 √ √ √ √ I can make 10. 10 Find the missing parts. 46 +3 I can make 10. Find the missing/


Why is attendance & understanding a report card important for my child’s success? Jackie Olivo Latino Resource Organization FamilySource Center Copyright.

In the LAUSD, 2 out of every 10 kindergarten and first grade students are chronically absent.  Nationally, this number is about half (1 in 10). Chronic absence in any grade puts our students at-risk for school failure and ultimately, dropout. Copyright - 2015/minors placed in the California Youth Authority (CYA) had poor attendance.  Students described a pattern of refusing to wake up, missing school, skipping class – and each absence made them less willing to go back.  80% of the prison population do not/


Mrs. Whalen’s Kindergarten Math Lesson #44: Creating shapes from shapes.

Kindergarten Math Lesson #44: Creating shapes from shapes Daily Practice! Using the ten frame, find out what number is missing from our equation. 3 + ? = 10 First we fill in what we know. We know we have 3 out of 10. 3 + ? = 10 The empty boxes represent our missing number. 3 + ? = 10 3 + 7 = 10 Using 10 objects find the missing number/s move triangles over to see how many small triangles make a large triangle. 1 32 6 5 1 4 32 For the last 3 spaces we have to turn the triangles upside down. 6 5 1 4 32 6 5 9 1/


Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading aligned to the Language Arts Florida Standards Grades K – 2 PMRN FLKRS.

frustration, this task will be computer adaptive, limiting the number of words that are too easy or too difficult Students /the Reading Foundational Skills for Kindergarten Optional due to the subjectivity in scoring and lack of predictive power for reading outcomes in Kindergarten 50 Print Awareness /Accessing Reports PMRN v4 Reports available – School Reports (School Level) School Report School Missing Score Report Assessment Calendar Edit School Registration function – Teacher Report (School, Reading, /


Welcome to Room 8 Kindergarten Lincoln Attendance Center “All I really need to know... I learned in kindergarten.” -Robert Fulghum.

Math Math is incorporated into many everyday classroom routines. Your child will learn counting, patterning, sorting, classifying, graphing, comparing, number concepts, and beginning addition and subtraction. 1:00-1:40 Story Time/ Rest Time 1:40-2:00 Snack Time Every/South is our library/kindergarten literacy aide. She will be working with students one- on-one in small groups for more individualized practice, as needed. If your child is out of the room working with Mrs. Debbie and misses an activity during /


Welcome to Kindergarten Miss Cortez Room 55. Transportation Kindergarten Class Times: PM: 12:45 -3:15 – doors open at 12:30 Transportation Lanyards: –

Kindergarten Miss Cortez Room 55 Transportation Kindergarten Class Times: PM: 12:45 -3:15 – doors open at 12:30 Transportation Lanyards: – a number system is used to identify bus routes – bus drivers will display a number on the side of the bus to represent his/her route – please make sure your child can identify his/her bus number/ Progress ongoing assessment is an important component of the kindergarten curriculum report cards for Kindergarteners will be given in the second and third trimester parent/


Agenda Introduction 1. Introductory Activity Introduction 2 1. Record two personal goals for this training. ___________________________________ 2. Create.

phonemes bot The word “bought” comprises three phonemes. PSF Overview PSF 66 Phonemic Awareness Basic Early Literacy Skills MOY Kindergarten through BOY Grade 1 Progress Monitoring as needed Administered Mobile Device only (auditory task) Materials What is Phonemic Awareness? /. arrowb. beadsc. letterd. number 4. What do you say when the student provides letter sounds, but then hesitates for 3 seconds? a. “Keep going”b. “What sound?” c. the wordd. the sound 5. If the student misses the first five words in a/


2015 Oregon Kindergarten Assessment Test Administrator Training Required for District Test Coordinators (DTCs), School Test Coordinators (STCs), and Test.

and Quantities Patterns Administering Approaches to Learning The Child Behavior Rating Scale 80 Oregon Kindergarten Assessment Fall 2015 Administering Early Math Objectives  Learn the procedures for administration of the Early Math Segment. 81 Oregon Kindergarten Assessment Fall 2015 Early Mathematics  Measures students ability to understand numbers, number systems, patterns, relationships among numbers, and meanings of operations  All students participate in Early Math  Officially identified Spanish/


+ Back to School Night: Kindergarten August 20th, 2014.

kindergarten- homepage/ http://www.stjeromecatholicschool.org/kindergarten- homepage/ + Homework 10 minutes a night Reading logs Worksheets Practice work Missing work and study habits Sharing Absent students will receive their missed/Seashore, sink/float, scientific method Math: California Mathematics Overview: patterns, numbers through 30, time, addition, subtraction + Discipline Everyone is treated with//flavor, and (3) provide enough snack for all 23 kindergarteners. Celebrations at 2:45pm at the picnic /


© 2009 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, on behalf of the WIDA Consortium www.wida.us Administering the Kindergarten WIDA-ACCESS.

is divided into 5 parts (Parts A through E) Corresponding page numbers for the Picture Cue booklet are listed in the heading of each Part /phrase or sentence of more than one word. Misspellings or missing words are acceptable as long as the response is generally comprehensible. Part/for kindergarteners who are administered K-WAPT: A composite raw score of 29-30 for listening and speaking domains yields “Exceptional” skill level, thus demonstrating oral competency for the current school year. Kindergarteners/


Welcome to Miss Dillow’s Kindergarten Classroom 2012-2013 Parent Information.

Miss Dillow’s Kindergarten Classroom 2012-2013 Parent Information The ABC’s of Kindergarten A A ttendance: Regular school attendance is very important in Kindergarten/: There is not regular scheduled homework in Kindergarten. However, during the year papers will come home for you to practice a skill with your child/ such as shapes, colors, number recognition, time, measurement, calculator use, estimation, patterning, addition, subtraction, fractions, graphing, place value, number writing and more. We will/


Welcome to Kindergarten! With The Kindergarten Team… Mrs. Jeanne Cano Ms. Stephanie Casper Ms. Nancy Randolph Ms. Mary Seaman August 2012 A new adventure.

.  For free writing tasks, accept phonetic approximations.  Praise effort.  Kindergarten writing looks different from grown- up writing & that’s okay. TOOLS:  letter chart  spacers  Word Wall  brain power!!! Math Notes  Recognizing and creating patterns  Numbers as representing quantity  Emphasis on the process  Comparing and contrasting length, value  Sorting and identifying by attribute  Predicting outcomes and analyzing data  Number sense – deep understanding of our number system/


Mrs. Abraham Mrs. Cook Mrs. Coroneos Miss Gable Story Elementary 2015-2016.

Mrs. Coroneos Miss Gable Story Elementary 2015-2016 Story Facts: We are the Story Falcons School Colors are Blue and Silver Our mascot’s name is Sammy On Friday’s we wear Allen or Story shirts for Spirit day. We are in our 28 th year Kindergarten Communication We will/you can send a check with your student’s name and pin number on the check. Your student will turn it into the cafeteria. *Helpful tip: Practice with your child to learn their lunch pin number- make it a game Snacks Be sure and send a healthy /


‘s‘s The Of Kindergarten. Arrival: The school bell rings at 7:50am. It is extremely important to have students here by 7:50 a.m. It gives the student.

Kindergarten Arrival: The school bell rings at 7:50am. It is extremely important to have students here by 7:50 a.m. It gives the student a calm start to their day and they won’t miss out on Good Morning Bright or other morning activities. Please refer to the section, “Tardies”, for/current. This includes making sure the front office and your child’s teacher have your numbers. It is also very important to keep your emergency contact numbers up to date! Office : If your child must be absent from school, please/


Welcome to Kindergarten! With The Kindergarten Team… Mrs. Jeanne Cano Ms. Stephanie Casper Ms. Nancy Randolph Mrs. Lisa Sine August 2014 A new adventure.

around school hours as much as possible.  Missed Kindergarten Spalding practice & review needs to be “made up” when returning to school.  Parents may need to assist with support of missed work needing to be completed by the student/ spell words for your child.  For free writing tasks, accept phonetic approximations.  Praise effort.  Kindergarten writing looks different from grown- up writing & that’s okay. TOOLS:  letter chart  spacers  Word Wall  brain power!!! Math Notes  Numbers as representing /


Review of Special Education Data Submitted for Cycle 7 Review of Special Education Data Submitted for Cycle 7.

to serve date Are the reasons for missing the 60 and/or 30 day timeline correct? Are the reasons for missing the 60 and/or 30 day /correct? Is the data correct? For KE, Kindergarten Conference info entered? For KE, Kindergarten Conference info entered? For NS, PR, MK, & KE: Entry & Exit Assessment Dates, Functional Assessment scores, & Improvement entered? For NS, PR, MK, &/may effect federal reporting… How to access MySped Resource Four-digit LEA number Password as submitted to SEU It may take a day to get /


1 Pre-Assessment for Quarter 4 Reading Informational Text Grade.

question they missed and why. Teacher prompts may help students reflect (such as: What was the question asking, can you rephrase it?). http://sresource.homestead.com/index.html Scoring forms are available at: May vary for kindergarten Rev./ connect ideas (e.g., compare-contrast, description, cause-effect)  May have headings, numbering, Attempts introduction, body, and conclusion, but one or more parts are missing Introduction, body, and conclusion are evident, but may lack clarity or coherence (e.g.,/


Www.FLDOE.org © 2014, Florida Department of Education. All Rights Reserved. Assessing Communication and Comprehension in English State-to-State for English.

shipped to the district office in June. 2.Missing Materials: If secure materials are located from any /for the annual assessment of the English language proficiency of English language learners: Kindergarten ACCESS for ELLs, a paper-based assessment for Kindergarten ACCESS for ELLs 2.0, a paper-based assessment for Grades 1 – 12 Alternate ACCESS for ELLs, a paper-based assessment for/ Number: 1-866-276-7735 Email: help@wida.ushelp@wida.us Data Recognition Corporation (DRC) Toll Free Telephone Number:/


Ms. Lupita’s Kindergarten Class Students!Teachers.

the number 3 with your hand? The same way you make the letter ‘W’! Xx xylophone x-ray Make the number /_ ight fgt Look at the picture and find the missing letter. _lasses pgk ey_s oae r_ng uiv h_ _rt /Kindergarten Technology Standards  Standard 3: Technology Productivity Tools  Students use technology tools to enhance learning, to increase productivity and creativity and to construct technology- enhanced models, prepare publications and produce other creative works.  3T-R1: Use technology drawing tools for/


Welcome to Kindergarten! With The Kindergarten Team… Mrs. Jeanne Cano Ms. Stephanie Casper Ms. Nancy Randolph Ms. Mary Seaman August 2012 A new adventure.

.  For free writing tasks, accept phonetic approximations.  Praise effort.  Kindergarten writing looks different from grown- up writing & that’s okay. TOOLS:  letter chart  spacers  Word Wall  brain power!!! Math Notes  Recognizing and creating patterns  Numbers as representing quantity  Emphasis on the process  Comparing and contrasting length, value  Sorting and identifying by attribute  Predicting outcomes and analyzing data  Number sense – deep understanding of our number system/


T EST A DMINISTRATOR T RAINING (R EQUIRED FOR DTC S, STC S, AND TA S ) Note: Information noted in light gray or strike through is not relevant to the Kindergarten.

communication Accommodations What is NEW for Kindergarten: Changes in how student responds: /numbers from the 2011-12 school year:  106 districts reported at least one test impropriety  470 total improprieties were reported  785 student tests were impacted Test Impropriety Trends:  Non-allowable resources (including cell phones)  Student cheating  Student coaching  Mishandling of secure test materials  Student given the wrong test  Student tested under wrong SSID  Unsecure test environment  Missing/


We welcome you to Kindergarten! Your Killam School Kindergarten Team: Nina Balfe Lynne Kasparian Toni-Ann Ruocco.

skills at home. Mathematical Concepts and Skills The program emphasizes the following concepts and skills: Counting and Cardinality Number and Operations in Base ten Operations Algebraic Thinking Measurement and Data Geometry Social Studies Units of study will include/ up for a Parent-Teacher Conference. To see your child’s classroom and learn additional information about your child’s kindergarten experience. Miss Nina Balfe -Room 4 Ms. Lynne Kasparian-Room 2 Miss Toni-Ann Ruocco-Room 1 Thank you for coming/


Chris Miller Early Childhood Educator Fraser Public Schools Ready, Set, Go Source: Fraser Public Schools and Macomb Intermediate School District Kindergarten.

hear the sounds that letters make Beginning Numbers “I need to count and understand number order” Recognize numbers 1-10 Let me count things at home Let me know that a number represents that many objects (3 bears/Kindergarten, by Natash Wing Tiptoe Into Kindergarten, by Jacqueline Rogers Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!, by Nancy L. Carson Welcome to Kindergarten, by Anne Rockwell Timothy Goes to School, by Rosemary Wells Will I have a Friend?, by Miriam Cohen Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten/


CORUNNA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ’ MISSION To prepare an unprecedented number of students for college and/or careers, regardless of demographic factors.

student’s learning.  Attendance matters as early as kindergarten (good habits begin in preschool).  Absences can affect the entire classroom.  Families should try to avoid vacations that cause children to miss school.  Children need structure: - Regular bedtime and morning routines - Homework and study routines CORUNNA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ’ MISSION To prepare an unprecedented number of students for college and/or careers, regardless of demographic factors/


Centre for Market and Public Organisation Measuring socio-economic position in ALSPAC Liz Washbrook, CMPO ESRC/ALSPAC Large.

Fall prior to kindergarten (~4y), Fall of kindergarten year (~5y/for housing benefit income if respondent reports zero housing expenditures and lives in rented accommodation (predicted value from FES for HB recipients in the Southwest, varying with year, lone parent status and number/missing (out of 10) Iterative multivariable regression technique – switching regression Statas ice command 1.Specify a prediction equation for each variable 2.Randomly allocate values to missing cases 3.Predict values for missing/


Transitional Kindergarten GOETHE INTERNATIONAL CHARTER SCHOOL Parent Information Night Gwenis Laura, Executive Director April 30, 2013.

Kindergarten program for students who miss the cutoff and are born between: What is a Transitional Kindergarten Academic “Redshirting” for young children Provide one year of developmental curriculum prior to entrance into regular kindergarten Allowing an extra year for social-emotional, intellectual, or physical growth Purpose of Transitional Kindergarten/ Kindergarten Curriculum Focus Phonemic awareness Letter names and sounds Motor skills Handwriting Writing Oral language Listening skills Early number /


1 Florida Kindergarten Readiness Screener (FLKRS) 2010 Train-the-Teacher Train-the-Teacher.

student frustration.  Item stops– stop if the student misses FOUR consecutive items 48 FLKRS/FAIR Kindergarten Overview Broad Diagnostic Inventory – Vocabulary Administration Information  Wait Time Wait approximately 10 seconds for a student to respond to each item.  Repetition/by classifying, organizing, representing, and using information to ask and answer questions. A. Sorts objects and counts number in each group B. Creates a chart of play choices of classmates C. Answers simple questions by reading a/


Administering the Kindergarten Assessment Early Math Segment Numbers and Operations Oregon Kindergarten Assessment Fall 2013 1.

two sample items and sixteen assessment items This assessment is not timed Oregon Kindergarten Assessment Fall 2013 3 Procedure for the Early Math: Numbers and Operations Seat yourself across the table from the student who is /For each item, the three possible answers fall under columns A, B, C The assessor can also circle NA if the student did not choose an answer Oregon Kindergarten Assessment Fall 2013 9 10 Oregon Kindergarten Assessment Fall 2013 2 Point to the box. Read the text: “What number is missing/


Test Chairperson Training February 4 and 6, 2015

Test Distribution Center (TDC) by 3:30 p.m. May 1 Deadline for submitting missing materials/security investigations Program Guide pg. 2 STUDENTS TO BE TESTED All kindergarten, grade 1 and 2 students in the district, including: English Language / = NAME - Beginning at the left: Students last name, first name, and middle initial 2 = STUDENTS ID NUMBER - Students 7-digit ID number 3 = SCHOOL - Schools 4-digit location number 4 = GRADE - Students grade level 5 = FORM - Obsolete (Leave Blank) 6 = OPT(ional): A /


Oregon Reading First (2010)1 Winter 2010 Data Based Planning for Instructional Focus Groups.

may decide to prioritize this system. After looking at the data, one student was absent for 3 months due to illness. The other student missed the cut-off by 1 point. Let’s not prioritize this system right now. /Kindergarten- PSF First Grade- ORF Second Grade ORF Third Grade ORF Fourth Grade ORF Fifth Grade ORF Evaluating Support What is the effectiveness of the grade level support plans? Step 2: Evaluate the health of the Winter to Spring support systems for grades K-3. Discuss the percentage and number/


Welcome to Kindergarten! The ABCs of Kindergarten www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Young-And-Lively-Kindergarten.

or most of the letters of the alphabet and their sounds! For many children, it seems as if they enter kindergarten already behind! But dont worry! With your help, we are / your child misses school, please remember to write a note or call the office to let us know he/she will be absent. Most of our Kindergarten experiences are /it is important that we have current contact telephone numbers. Please inform us if address, home, work, or cell phone numbers change throughout the school year. Also remember to send/


Welcome to Kindergarten!. How to Contact Us Phone 410-751-3203 Note or Miss Fagan Mrs. Funk

carrollk12.org)rdhoff@carrollk12.org Miss Horner (sehorne@carrollk12.org)sehorne@carrollk12.org Mrs. Hunsicker (nehunsi@carrollk12.org)nehunsi@carrollk12.org Kindergarten Schedule 8:55- 9/Concepts About Print: Book Handling Alphabetic Knowledge Differentiates letters from shapes and numbers Identifies upper and lower case letters by name Spoken sounds correspond to/reason for the absence Contact the school nurse or school counselor if your child will be absent more than 3 days Make up work for Kindergarten is/


Ms. Yamazaki’s Kindergarten News December 17, 2007 Dear Parents, Well, one half of our kindergarten year is coming to a close, and it’s hard to believe.

family will return to Taipei in January 2008, and Benjamin will attend another school. He will still be available for play dates. Benjamin’s telephone number is in the class directory that you received earlier in the year. We miss you, Benjamin! Ms. Yamazaki’s Kindergarten News December 17, 2007 Happy Holidays to all of The Rainbow Class Families From Ms. Yamazaki and Mrs/


Mrs. Argumaniz Miss Cook Miss Dowling Mrs. Flores Ms. Kelly.

Miss Cook Miss Dowling Mrs. Flores Ms. Kelly Kindergarten has changed! Everyone is expected to read independently. Students will write at least 3 complete sentences on their own. Students will count forward and BACKWARD to at least 20. We ALL have to work together to help our children meet the goals set out for them this year. Kindergarten is: Songs Field Trip Family Projects Kindergarten/misplaced or lost. You will need to get your child’s ID number from the office or their teacher to set up an account. www/


Welcome to Back to School Night! September 18, 2013 Miss Bardes’ Kindergarten.

Night! September 18, 2013 Miss Bardes’ Kindergarten Love Note At some point /and I will get back to you this week Thank you for the supplies! Our Mission & Goals The Kindergarten curriculum establishes a foundation for lifelong learning. Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences. Our students will/ Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards (NJCCCS). Other supplemental materials will also be used to address number recognition, counting, sorting, etc. H.W. and Corrected work Please encourage good homework habits/


Off to Kindergarten! Welcome to Running Brook Elementary Reaching the Best in Every Student.

Kindergarten parents and students will meet the kindergarten team. Kindergarten students will explore their classrooms and meet their classmates. Kindergarten teachers will answer questions. Parents will complete first day dismissal plans for their kindergarten/she will miss 15 minutes of recess or centers (in first quarter/for lunch (ordering/purchasing/bringing from home). Thank You For Coming!! If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call, write a note, or send an email! School phone number/


Kindergarten Success Guide Start Strong, Finish Strong Setting the path to graduation By Pupil Support Services.

kindergarten is a chief indicator that your student may not graduate and increases risky behaviors that create road blocks to success Missing just 2 to 3 days per month puts your student at risk for failing Being late to class means missing /every week 3.Check Grades 4.Check Demographics Address Phone number Emergency contacts If you move or change phone number, inform school staff immediately. You need to request an Intra-District Permit for student to remain at current school if moving outside school/


Mrs. Cooper - Principal Mrs. Curnow-Teacher in Room B1 Mrs. Perry-Teacher in Room R1 Miss. Wilson- Teacher in Room G1.

Mrs. Cooper - Principal Mrs. Curnow-Teacher in Room B1 Mrs. Perry-Teacher in Room R1 Miss. Wilson- Teacher in Room G1  Put a 10-12 piece puzzle together?  Hold and use scissors correctly?/(signs, cereal boxes, restaurants).  Recognize numbers 0-10?  Write numbers 0-10?  Count objects Tips: To help your child get ready for kindergarten math give them plenty of opportunities to work with numbers. Math games such as: number bingo, hopscotch, number memory, number puzzles, and counting games are great ways /


Off to Kindergarten! Welcome to Running Brook Elementary Reaching the Best in Every Student.

Every Student Outcomes: Kindergarten parents and students will meet the kindergarten team. Kindergarten students will explore the classrooms and meet other students. Kindergarten teachers will answer questions. Parents will complete first day dismissal plans for their kindergarten student. A Big / plan is for lunch (ordering/purchasing/bringing from home). Thank You For Coming!! If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call, write a note, or send an email! School phone number (410)313/


ASSESSMENT TASK 1: ECOLOGICAL MAP EDFD127 – CONTEXTS FOR LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT Name: Sarah Cutajar Student Number: S00082525.

ASSESSMENT TASK 1: ECOLOGICAL MAP EDFD127 – CONTEXTS FOR LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT Name: Sarah Cutajar Student Number: S00082525 ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS THEORY The Ecological Systems Theory was developed by Urie Bronfenbrenner. This theory/Go, 3 times a week. He has developed a very strong bond with his teacher Miss Frances. Miss Frances helps Isaiah develop many social, physical and learning skill to help him get ready for Kindergarten. Due to Isaiah having a slow learning ability, she sets aside time to focus on/


Welcome to Coosada Elementary School. Introductions Principal – Susanne Goodin Music Teacher – Melissa Galanopoulos Kindergarten Teacher – Miss Holder.

words in their environment What will my child learn in Kindergarten? All letter names and letter sounds High Frequency words Shapes Colors and color words Counting to 100 by 1’s, 5’s, and 10’s Counting objects up to 20 Comparing numbers and sorting object Recognize numbers and write numbers to 20 Blending words for beginning reading Write sentences correctly Our Day Children may/


Incoming Kindergarten Parent Night Mary Evans Elementary May 2, 2016.

, Nurse  Sonal Morriswala, PTA Representative  Katie Rasmussen-School Counselor/buses  Evans 2016-2017 Kindergarten Team -Mischa Casteel -Lacy Hanlon -Mary Sutherland -Karin Tambert Save the Dates  Meet the Teacher/list all persons who will be picking up your student and a contact number for them. Please be sure to make the list as complete as possible from/ Note from doctor if part of school day missed due to an appointment.  Note from parent if whole day missed due to illness or other.  Check doctor/


Dana Harris, PhD About Me… — Wife, Mother and Grandmother — Educator for 36 years — Director of Instructional Leadership.

awareness instruction… Benefits most children in kindergarten and first grade Is only meant for students at-risk for reading failure Is not appropriate for older students (7+ years old) / syllables are easier to recognize than individual phonemes Activities that involve counting the number of words in a sentence or syllables in a word can be used /target only initial or final sounds in words. Phonemic Awareness Activities What’s the Missing Sound? “Meat” “Eat” “Boat” “Oat” Phonemic Awareness Activities All /


Kindergarten Parent Night Cynthia Bahler Kerri Gardner Kaitlin Hansberry.

on this page Daily Supplies Backpack Take-home folder Assignment book Attendance We teach a new concept EVERY day in Kindergarten. – when students miss even a day, it puts them behind. We just ask that you make sure that absences are necessary and minimal/to send sweatshirts with their students can keep at school for chilly days. If you know your child has bathroom accidents, please send extra clothes. Water bottles: filled with WATER only Lunch Numbers: please practice at home We have snack time during/


Community Meetings June 2011

on Early Childhood Assessment MA has taken a slow-and-steady approach to the requirement to create a kindergarten readiness assessment system for a number of reasons.  There are many different curricula and assessment practices being used and we want to make / Framework and state ELS/ELGs should be used together to set goals for children and to make decisions about curricula and assessments. There may be some examples of miss-alignment between the two documents. Special consideration should be given to how/


Welcome to Kindergarten!

creativity. Develop mathematical language and understandings through counting, sorting, matching and talking about numbers, numerals, shapes, sizes and physical properties. Help your child learn to identify/ the norm. The school does not have the means to do this for Kindergarten students. It needs to be accessed through your medical health practitioner. Attendance/your child will be missing school for any reason please call the school before the start of the first day’s absence. Thank-you for coming! We look/


Content Shifts. KINDERGARTEN - GEOMETRY Analyze, compare, create, and compose shapes. 20. Analyze and compare two- and three-dimensional shapes, in different.

changes CONTENT NOW ADDRESSED IN KINDERGARTEN: 1.4.b. Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same /10Complete addition and subtraction number sentences with a missing addend or subtrahend. 1.8. Determine the unknown whole number in an addition or subtraction equation relating three whole numbers. [1-OA8] NEW/the 2010 ACOS? How can I be sure my students are prepared for the implementation of the 2010 ACOS in the 2012-2013 school year? /


Welcome to Mrs. Harris’ Kindergarten Class!

and good citizenship  Grades: As per district policy, no ABCDF grades are given for kindergarten. Instead, level of performance for reading, math, social studies, and writing are given. 4=Exceeds the standards,/paying online at www.mylunchmoney.com. You will need your child’s student id number to pay online. I have it if you need it! M Math: /homework folder, and follow teacher directions. Teacher Absence: I really don’t like missing school but trainings and sickness does arise! I will always send you an e-/


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