Pizza Party, Friday-Jan. 22

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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 20, 2021

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Wow!!!  Thanks to all of our generous parents who ordered Jet’s Pizza our classroom won a pizza party!!!  We will be having Jet’s pizza (cheese or cheese with pepperoni will be the choices) for lunch on Friday, Jan. 22 in our classroom.  Hot lunches can be ordered or home lunches brought if your Kinder would prefer to eat something different.  

If you would like to donate any of the following for our pizza lunch please email me at jstutz1@hpseagles.net:

  • juice boxes (20) 
  • a fruit (fruit cup, something easy for a fruit choice)
  • a vegetable choice (a large bag of mini carrots, something easy for a vegetable choice)
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Weekly Update…

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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 15, 2021

 

1/11/21 – 1/15/21

POPCORN WORDS: make, said.  With this week’s words, we learned about quotation marks.  

READING: During reading this week, we learned about making sure that what we are reading makes sense. We practiced reading pages together and asking if it made sense when we were done. If it doesn’t, we shouldn’t move on! We studied more about patterns and how they help us to understand our books. We learned about how important it is to use our letter-sound knowledge to read the words on a page. We practiced this skill when reading ABC books. We figured out unknown words in ABC books by looking at the alphabet letter the word started with.  We also made our own pages to create a classroom ABC book.

WRITING: This week during writing, we continued with our How-To writing. We focused on putting our pictures in order and then matching our words with our pictures. We also practiced using lowercase letters within the sentence and adding sentence stoppers. We wrote about: How To Bake Cookies, How To Wrap a Gift, How To Make a PB & J and How to Make a Sundae. 

MATH: In math this week, we learned about groups of objects that are equal or not equal. We practiced counting objects, writing the number of objects, and then using an equal or not equal sign. We worked hard on noticing five groups. We looked at numbers 1-10 and noticed if there was a group of 5 within that number. We found the 5 groups and circled them as well as drawing 5 groups. We practiced adding and subtracting numbers. We have been working hard on writing our numbers 1-30! Keep up the good work Kinders!

LITERACY/PHONICS: During our literacy/phonics time, we read a popcorn word book, highlighting the popcorn words we know! Wow…we know a lot of words! We listened for beginning and ending sounds we heard in words and colored them a certain color. We also got new pages in our literacy binders! It was fun to practice the new pages! We read a story that focused on the word said – one of our popcorn words this week. We LOVE our literacy center time!  The Kindergarteners are really enjoying these centers and are doing GREAT at independent work time! 

Birthday Celebration this week:  

Happy 1/2 Birthday Nora!

We LOVE to have Free Time:

P.E. NewsThe Annual PE Apparel sale is happening now until February 1.  The store is online only.  For more information go to the PE Blog. http://mvankoev.edublogs.org

REMINDERS:

  • Send 2 snacks each day to school with your child.
  • Send a water bottle to school daily.
  • Kinders need all snow gear each day, we play outside twice a day.  With the melting of the snow, it also gets VERY muddy! I’m sure you have noticed the messy snow gear that has come home. 

UPCOMING DATES:

  • Monday, Jan. 18…STEAM, LIBRARY, Help your Kinder return their library book and Take Home Book Bag, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
  • Tuesday, Jan. 19…MUSIC
  • Wednesday, Jan. 20…GYM, Homework Packet due.
  • Thursday, Jan. 21…ART
  • Friday, Jan. 22…STEAM, Report cards come home.
  • Tuesday, Jan. 26…Makenna’s Birthday!!!
  • Friday, February 5: Early Release Day, Dismissal at 12:15 p.m.
  • Monday, February 8: Winter Break – NO SCHOOL
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Take Home Books Begin….

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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 11, 2021

Today your kindergartener brought home a TAKE-HOME book bag. They were VERY excited that they were taking books home to read to you! You will find inside their blue folder notes with more details about this reading program.  Their bag is labeled with their name and the day, MONDAY, to return their books. In your child’s bag are a parent comment sheet, a reading superpowers bookmark,  4 books (2 just right books and 2 books one level above their current reading level). I will be adding another bookmark to your Kinders book bag next week that describes the level of books your Kinder is taking home as well.  Giving you an idea of what each level book contains.

Please accept and celebrate your child’s ability at this time.  Please encourage and support your child when they read their book to you.  One book a day is plenty.  Your Kinder might want to read more, but it is not necessary to read 4 books everyday!  

PLEASE READ & RETURN

YOUR CHILD’S BOOK BAG ON

MONDAY, JAN. 18.

Each Monday your kindergartener will pick out 4 new books to bring home. 

*If your child was bringing home a book baggy earlier in the school year, this class-wide Take-Home Book Program will be replacing that, so you’ll only need to keep up with one bag and one set of instructions.  You may send those book bags back into the classroom and I will keep those.  

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Weekly Update…

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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 9, 2021

1/4/21 – 1/8/21

We had a GREAT first week of 2021 in Kindergarten!  The Kindergarteners did FABULOUS!  They came back this week ready to learn and so excited to see their classmates, and I like to think their teacher too.  It was so good to be back together!  I am a VERY LUCKY Kindergarten teacher!  Can’t wait to tackle 2021 together with this awesome group of Kinders!

Popcorn Words:  at, that, was.  The Kinders did GREAT finding the word  “at” inside that.  They also learned that the “a” and “s” in was both do not make typical “a” or “s” sounds.  Noticing that letters sometimes make different sounds that we might not think of.  This is a popcorn word that cannot be easily sounded out using letter sounds.  Some words just need to be memorized, this is one of those words.  

Math:  This week we worked hard on putting shapes together to make new shapes, practiced teen numbers, discovering the hidden 10 behind teen numbers.  The Kinders LOVED sorting this week too.  They sorted pictures by shapes, colors, size, and different attributes.  

Writers Workshop:  This week we started a new writing genre: How-to writing!  This is a writing technique that the Kinders are being exposed to teaching them different types of writing.  They noticed how this kind of writing is not a story, it looks different.  It is a type of writing that teaches others “how-to” do something.  Learning that authors also write to teach or show others about something that they are “experts” at.  We LOVED thinking of things that we could teach others, what are we “experts” at?  The Kinders made a great list as a class.  We have experts at video games, taking care of pets, sledding, crafts and so much more!  The Kinders enjoyed looking at several “How-to” books during our writing time to see how they are written.  Noticing how the writers have steps in order, pictures that match the steps, and short sentences to match.  We worked together to do a couple How-to writing papers this week.  Putting the steps in order and writing a sentence to match.  The Kinders did a How-to on Making a Snowman, Making Hot Chocolate, and Getting Ready for School.  We REALLY enjoyed making the How-to Make a Rainbow in a Jar and Tornadoe in a Bottle!!

Readers Workshop:  This week the Kinders added a new tool for reading, a Reading Mat.  The Kinders made their own reading mats and then learned how to use them.  They learned that first, they put their books in a stack from hardest to read books to easiest to read books on the green side of their mat.  Then they read their books from front to back and top to bottom of their stack.  Moving each book to the red side of their mat.  Then they do it all over again and move the books back to the green side as they read their stack.  We practiced our reading stamina during readers workshop as we used our Reading Mats this week.  We also discovered that some books have patterns in them and these patterns can help us read books.  The Kinders worked together in finding patterns in books and also noticing that sometimes at the end of books with patterns there is a surprise ending, the pattern changes. They loved spreading out for a Readers Workshop “mask break.”

Literacy Centers:  This week we started Literacy Centers.  During this time I am lucky to get help for 30 min. daily with para-pro support.  The goal during this time is to be able to work with small groups on intensive Literacy Skills to build each Kinders Reading ability.  Your Kinder will get to work with either me or a para-pro (Mrs. DeGroote or Mrs. Bynum) 2-3 times a week during this Literacy Center time.  These centers may include Independent Activities  (reading to a stuffed animal, using a whisper phone to read, letter writing, word work, write the room activities, and several other literacy skill-building tasks).

New Years Resolutions:  This week we talked about New Years Resolutions.  Focusing on how we can make goals and work hard to reach those goals.  The Kinders each made their own New Years Resolution Writing craft.  We decided as a class that we all wanted to set a goal of Being Nice and then came up with individual goals we wanted to work towards. Some wanting to help others, be thankful, rollerblade better, run faster, and many more.  With the spirit of Resolutions, I also sent home a Literacy Progress Report for your Kinder.  This report is a look at your Kinders current ability.  We will continue to work hard on building these skills at school.  Our Take-Home Book Program (starts on Monday, Jan. 11) will also help reinforce your Kinders ability in this area.  Please reach out if you have ANY questions.

Birthday Celebrations of the week:

Happy 1/2 Birthday Jaxton!

Donations:

  • THANK YOU SO MUCH for the graham crackers and wipes!!  They are so appreciated!!!

Reminders:

  • Please be sure to pack 2 snacks daily.  We have an a.m. and p.m. snack time daily.
  • We NO LONGER need a towel, blanket, or cuddle buddy for quiet time.  As our curriculum grows our time of instruction increases as well.  
  • Water Bottles…Please be sure to pack a daily water bottle.  
  • Winter Gear…THANK YOU so much for sending in your Kinder’s Winter Gear!  It was  A LOT of fun playing in the snow this week!!

Upcoming Dates:

  • Monday, Jan. 11…LIBRARY, STEAM, Help your Kinder return their Library book.  Take-Home Books Come Home today.
  • Tuesday, Jan. 12…MUSIC
  • Wednesday, Jan. 13…GYM, Homework Packet Due
  • Thursday, Jan. 14…ART, Jet’s Pizza Night
  • Friday, Jan. 15…STEAM, Nora 1/2 Birthday, Early Release – 12:15 p.m. dismissal.

Photos from the week:

 

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Can’t wait to see YOU!!!

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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 2, 2021

Hoping you all had a GREAT holiday break and are looking forward to a WONDERFUL 2021!  I know I am rested, rejuvenated, and excited to see you all on Monday, Jan. 4!!  Just a few reminders as we head back to school:

  • Winter Gear…Be sure to send your Kinder in that warm Winter Gear (hat, gloves, snow pants, coat, boots, an extra pair of socks).  Label each item for easy identification if they should get lost.  Often this gear is much easier stored in an extra bag (If you go this route PLEASE be sure to label the bag with your Kinders name).  If anyone is in need of winter gear help PLEASE reach out, we have many helpful resources at Georgetown.
  • Water Bottle…Don’t forget those daily water bottles. 
  • 2 Snacks…We have 2 snack times throughout our day.
  • Lunch…Home lunch or school lunch?  Be sure to discuss with your Kinder their daily lunch plan.
  • Headphones…If you could have a pair of headphones (labeled in a baggy) for your Kinder by Jan. 18. to keep at school these will be used during our STEAM special.  Any pair that your Kinder is comfortable with is great!    They will be returned at the end of the school year.  PLEASE do not spend a lot of $, I do have a few extras that can easily be cleaned and used if needed. The Dollar Store and 5 Below are often GREAT spots for inexpensive headphones.
  • Blue Folder 
  • 2 masks
  • Library Book
  • Extra Clothes…Check to see that these are weather appropriate now that our season has changed. 

DONATIONS:

  • I am ALWAYS in need of graham crackers and Clorox wipes.  If you are able or willing to donate I will gladly accept.  
  • Gently used extra snow gear…mittens, gloves, scarves, boots, snow pants, coats.
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Weekly Update…

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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on December 19, 2020

12/14 – 12/18

Wishing you all a VERY HAPPY holiday season!!  I hope you all enjoy a safe, healthy, and relaxing break!  A HUGE thank you to all of you for the amazing gifts and the opportunity to be part of your Kinders educational journey!  

Popcorn Words:  review week

Math:  This week we had lots of fun using our “Santa Sleigh” to practice Math story problems.  We told stories about presents being delivered, being added, and subtracted from the sleigh.  We also worked hard on looking at 5-groups with numbers 6-10.  The Kinders also worked hard on teen numbers.  Matching our teen frame coloring to the teen number reindeer.  

Literacy:  This week we searched for and colored popcorn words on a tree.  The Kinders also looked for sight words and chunks in words in our Five Little Reindeer books  We also worked on listening and finding rhyming objects and beginning sounds in objects.  

Holiday Class Party:  The Kinders had a fun-filled party day on Wednesday. We all loved starting our day by getting our own elf name tags. They loved playing with partners to race to make a snowman with dice and a game of Snowman Bingo. We also had fun making a snowman craft with our school pictures.  The Kinders also loved decorating their own sugar cookie with frosting and sprinkles, munching on apple slices, and drinking snowman juice boxes.  It was a fun-filled day with these sweet kinders!!

Grinch Day:  The Kinders loved our Grinch themed day on Thursday.  We had Grinch-themed Math, Reading, Literacy, and a Writing Craft.  The Kinders LOVED getting a green candy cane that the Grinch must have left at their tables.  

Birthday Celebrations this week:

Book Lover Star Students:

Growing Candy Canes:  The Kinders had so much fun “planting” a peppermint in oatmeal to grow a candy cane.  It was fun to check it daily and see them “grow.”  By Friday the Kindergarteners were SO EXCITED to see a candy cane did grow!!  

Polar Express Day:  It was such a fun day with all things Polar Express!  The Kinders LOVED finding their Polar Express ticket in their mailboxes.  We were able to get on the tracks and journey through our day with fun themed activities.  They were thrilled to get a visit from “Santa.”  We also were surprised with a special delivery of some VERY COLD bells for each Kinder.  The Kinders LOVED making their own gingerbread popcorn bag, enjoying hot cocoa, and watching the Polar Express Movie.  They were pretty adorable wrapping up our day with a “Dance Party!”  

Upcoming Dates:

  • Saturday, Dec. 19…Nixon B-Day!  Alex B-Day!
  • Dec. 19 – Jan. 3…Holiday Break, NO SCHOOL
  • Monday, Jan. 4…Back to School, LIBRARY, ART.  Jaxton 1/2 B-Day!
  • Tuesday, Jan. 5…STEAM
  • Wednesday, Jan. 6…MUSIC
  • Thursday, Jan. 7…GYM
  • Friday, Jan. 8…ART
  • Monday, Jan. 12…Take-Home Books to begin ~ more information coming about this in January.

 

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Weekly Update…

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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on December 12, 2020

12/7 – 12/11

The Kinders LOVED making their own stockings to decorate our classroom for the holidays!

What a week!  Starting online and ending in-person with our learning.  Thank you all so much for your hard work and support during this time!  I am SO PROUD of these amazing Kinders!!

Popcorn Words:  what, it.

Writers Workshop:  This week the Kinders wrote a small moment story at home.  At school, we practiced labeling and editing sentences.

Readers Workshop:  The Kinders read stories to stuffed animals, family, and friends at home. At school this week we enjoyed many varieties of the story The Gingerbread Man.  The Kinders loved practicing partner talk with retelling these stories.  They also LOVED picking out 5 new books for their reading bags on their chairs.  They even got to try a gingerbread cookie and decide if YES they liked it or NO it’s not their favorite.

Math:  This week the Kinders worked on writing more teen numbers and noticed patterns in making these numbers.  They worked hard on showing a group of 10 and some more making teen numbers by showing them on their whiteboards.  We practiced writing addition number sentences with teens.  They loved noticing patterns in counting by 10’s this week as well.

Literacy:  We worked on activities that had the Kinders filling in missing words, listening for syllables, and writing sentences using this week’s popcorn words.

Star Students of the Week:

Holiday Fun:  This week the Kinders LOVED making a gift for their family.  Their anticipation of picking out the card, ribbon and putting the finishing touches to make their gift just right was SO FUN to be a part of!  Not sure if your Kinder will let you open it early or not?!  They had lots of different opinions on what they would be allowed.  Whether it be this weekend or during your holiday festivities I hope you enjoy the gift your Kinder made you.

Class Holiday Party:  We will be having our classroom holiday party on Wednesday, Dec. 16.  No donations are necessary.  The Kinders will not be expected to bring anything, just themselves.  

Polar Express Movie:  On Friday, as part of our Polar Express Day Fun we will watch the movie The Polar Express.  PLEASE be sure to reach out to me if you have any concerns or questions.  I do like to fast forward through “the top of the train” part.  

Reminders:

  • SNOW GEAR:  Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! In preparation for the upcoming snow season, please remember to pack your Kinder with the appropriate winter gear.  Labeling their items is VERY HELPFUL!
    • Snow pants
    • Snow boots (consider velcro or something easy for your Kinder to do independently).
    • Winter coat
    • Winter gloves or mittens
    • Winter hat
  • SNACKS:  Be sure to pack your Kinder 2 snacks every day.  We have an a.m. and p.m. snack time daily.
  • WATER BOTTLES:  Please be sure to pack a water bottle with your Kinder daily. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we cannot use the drinking fountain.  I always have plastic cups available for use when needed.
  • HOT LUNCH:  Hot lunch is FREE to ALL students through June 2021.  If only milk is ordered there IS a charge.  The hot lunch choices have been reduced to one choice daily, instead of two.

Upcoming Dates:

  • Monday, Dec. 14…GYM, LIBRARY. Wear something RED, GREEN and/or white.
  • Tuesday, Dec. 15…ART.  Wear a HOLIDAY HAT/HEADBAND.  Kalysta’s B-Day!!!
  • Wednesday, Dec. 16…STEAM.  Wear a HOLIDAY SHIRT/SWEATER, Classroom HOLIDAY party day!
  • Thursday, Dec. 17…MUSIC.  GRINCH DAY – dress Grinch style.
  • Friday, Dec. 18…GYM.  POLAR EXPRESS DAY!  Wear your p.j.’s.  
  • Saturday, Dec. 19…Alex B-Day!!!  Nixon B-Day!!!
  • Dec. 19 – Jan. 3…Holiday Break, NO SCHOOL.
  • Monday, Jan. 4…School resumes
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Return to in-person…

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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on December 8, 2020

I hope this update finds you all healthy, safe, and cozy.  We will be returning to IN-PERSON learning starting tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 9.  Doors will open at 8:35 a.m.  PLEASE plan to have the following upon your child’s return tomorrow:

  • Completed work from our learning at home time, labeled with your kinders name.
  • Gym shoes
  • 2 face masks
  • Specials “to-go” bags
  • Morning Work Packets
  • Blue Daily Folders
  • Library books
  • Extra books that were sent home with your child
  • Lunch choice decision or home lunch.
  • Water bottle
  • 2 snacks for our a.m. and p.m. snack times.
  • Appropriate outside gear for the day – labeled.  We will be going outside in these winter months when the temperature is above freezing.  

We will be having a fun theme week next week.  Our classroom will also be having a Holiday Party Day on Wednesday, Dec. 16.  Kindergarten teachers have organized a fun day for our classes.  No donations are necessary at this time.  We will not be doing a student gift exchange this year.  The Kinders will give their classmates the gift of friendship this year.  Please find the December Calendar Link here.  Please reach out to me if you have ANY QUESTIONS, jstutz1@hpseagles.net.

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Weekly Update…

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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on December 4, 2020

11/30 – 12/4

GREAT job with our “Learning at Home” this week!  I hope you found the learning packets helpful as you navigated through our google classroom’s daily assignments. Thank you for all of your flexibility and patience with our Kindergarten team as we maneuvered through this change in learning.  As of today, we will be planning to return to in-person learning on Wednesday, Dec. 8.  However, with the current climate of constant change please be sure to stay tuned to our class blog and Georgetown blog for any updates.

Popcorn Words:  look, from, run.  The Kinders did a GREAT job of finding these popcorn words in our morning messages this week.

Math: This week the Kinders worked hard at finding groups of 10 in teen numbers, practiced writing numbers 1-10, drew shapes, learned how to use a break apart stick, worked on story problems, and solved addition and subtraction equations.

Writers Workshop:  Your kinder was asked to write a small moment story over the week.  First, thinking of a small moment that happened to them.  Then, telling it across their fingers, drawing it across three pages, drawing pictures to match, and then fixing and fancying it to create a finished small moment story.

Readers Workshop:  During this week of learning your Kinder was asked to practice their fluency, listen for patterns, change their voice when reading and use all of their Reading Superpowers.  We hope you saw some reading behavior that made you proud!

Morning and Afternoon Meetings:  It was SO GREAT to see your Kinders join in on our daily meetings!  I LOVED seeing them bring their cozy items every day and work with me on our Daily Morning Work Packets. Being able to share our Book Lover Star Students book choices everyday was GREAT!  Thank you for sending your Kinders book choice to me ahead of time.  It was AWESOME to see the Kinders really “lean in” to our online learning time together and engage in the meetings.  THANK YOU for all of your help parents and learning helpers!!!!

Star Students of the week:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Birthday Celebration of the Week:

Mya turned 6!!

Upcoming Events:

  • Monday, Dec. 7…Online Learning Day
    • Morning Meeting @ 8:45 a.m.
    • Afternoon Meeting @12:15 p.m.
    • GYM
    • Reagan Book Lover Star Student
  • Tuesday, Dec. 8…Online Learning
    • Morning Meeting @ 8:45 a.m.
    • Afternoon Meeting @12:15 p.m.
    • ART
    • Mya Book Lover Star Student
  • Wednesday, Dec. 9…In-Person Learning
    • PLEASE return to school:
      • Specials “to-go bags”
      • Learning Packets, Homework, any papers completed by your Kinder while at home learning time.
      • December Morning Work Packet
      • Gym shoes
    • ART
    • Sam Book Lover Star Student
  • Thursday, Dec. 10…
    • STEAM
    • Makenna Book Lover Star Student
  • Friday, Dec. 11…
    • MUSIC
    • Ethan Book Lover Star Student

Our Photos of Learning This Week:

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Weekly Update…

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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on November 25, 2020

11/16 – 11/24

Oh boy, what a weekly update to think about!  Thank you all for your patience, understanding, and flexibility during these last two weeks.  You have been given A LOT of information.  PLEASE KNOW that if at any point you have a question, wondering, or need, email me and I will help.  

During this Thanksgiving time, I am truly thankful for all of your sweet Kindergarteners and your families!  To be able to start our year together and get in 12 weeks of building a classroom community and learning has been a gift.  I cannot thank you all enough for sharing your Kindergartener with me!!  

Here is a snapshot-ish of our last 2 weeks of learning:

Popcorn Words:  an, can, man, ran.  The Kinders noticed right away that the word family -an is hidden inside each of the words can, man, and ran.

Math:  We took our Unit 2 Math test this week.  Your Kinders worked hard on Math worksheets that were sent home in their packets.

Writers Workshop:  The Kinders worked hard on writing their own small moment stories.  First, they thought about a small moment story that happened to them, picturing it in their minds and then telling it across their fingers.  They also worked hard on the writing that was sent home with them.

Readers Workshop:  We have started to add more powers to our reading superpowers.  This week we added persistence power.  As readers, we have to remember to use all of our powers and most importantly WE CAN’T GIVE UP!  I hope your Kinder liked practicing these powers for you and their stuffed animals this week.

Book Lover Star Students:

November Birthday Celebrations:

Google Classroom:  Our online google classroom work will begin on Tuesday, Dec. 1.  Please reach out to me if you have any questions on getting into our google classroom.  A link to our google classroom is on our class blog listed under the Curriculum heading on the right.  You can also find the Daily Online Learning Schedule under our Curriculum heading tab as well.  I hope that you will find the “Learning at home” bag helpful during this time.  All of these tools are printable as well under our Curriculum tab also.  

Daily LIVE meetings:  PLEASE know that if you cannot make these times they will be recorded for you to access at a later time that is convenient for you.  I will be updating our LIVE meeting links with a recorded version once they have taken place.  So, if you miss a LIVE time just go into our google classroom and click on the link you missed.  It will be updated with a recorded meeting for you to view.  It is my understanding that if you cannot attend a LIVE meeting you will need to call (616-797-9797) your student into the office as you would with an in-person absent day.   You can also email our attendance secretary, Mindy Jeltema at mjeltem@hpseagle.net.  Attendance will only be taken during our morning meeting and afternoon meeting times.  

Meal Information:  Free meals are available for all children 18 and under.  You must place an order ahead of time.  You can click this link to go to the order form.  You will be able to pick up these meals at:

  • Hudsonville Freshman Campus, 3370 Allen Street, Hudsonville, 49426.  Front Vestibule area (faces Allen Street).
  • 3:30 – 4:00 p.m.

Upcoming Dates:

  • Monday, Nov. 30…Students work on Learning Packets sent home.  No online learning today.
    • Nora Book Lover Star Student
  • Tuesday, Dec. 1…
    • Morning Meeting 8:45 a.m.
    • Afternoon Meeting 12:15 p.m.
    • ART
    • Kenzie L. Book Lover Star Student
  • Wednesday, Dec. 2…
    • Morning Meeting 8:45 a.m.
    • Flex Day, students work independently. 
    • NO TEACHER OFFICE HOURS TODAY.  Feel free to email (jstutz1@hpseagles.net) me with any questions.
    • Kalysta Book Lover Star Student
  • Thursday, Dec. 3…
    • Morning Meeting @ 8:45 a.m.
    • Afternoon Meeting @ 12:15
    • STEAM
    • Kyla Book Lover Star Student
  • Friday, Dec. 4…
    • Morning Meeting @ 8:45 a.m.
    • Afternoon Meeting @ 12:15 p.m.
    • MUSIC
    • Connor S. Book Lover Star Student
    • Mya Birthday!
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