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Kindergarten Back to School Night

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Transcript of Kindergarten Back to School Night

Kindergarten
Back-to-School Night

Bengal Behavior
How Can I Help My Child Succeed?
READ READ READ READ READ!!!
Talk to your child
Absences/Tardies
Encourage responsibility
Build Independence
Have a routine and structure at home.
Build a growth mindset (See article)
Have your child build their fine motor skills by coloring and cutting.
Volunteers
Parent Volunteers in the classroom will begin at the end of September.
Watch for an email to sign-up.
Make sure you join the P.T.A.
Sharing and
Star of the Week
Writing
Common Core Standards
Important Information
Questions?
Thank you!
Our Schedule
A sign up sheet will be emailed to you next week!
Helpful hints for writing:
Encourage your child to sound out the words when spelling.
Do not tell them how to spell a word. Instead say, "Listen to your mouth."
There are high frequency words that you cannot sound out. For example: the, said, have. We will teach these throughout the year and they should be practiced at home.
Evolution of a Child's Writing
What will my child learn in Kindergarten?
All of our teaching will be tied to the Common Core Standards.
The Common Core Standards provide a clear and consistent understanding of what students are expected to learn.
We want to educate students so that they are college and career ready, and so they can compete on an international level.
These standards will help students think on a deeper level and articulate their thoughts in a clear and concise manner.
We want children to have a conceptual understanding of math, not just memorization. .
Parent Conference Week: October 3-6
Scholastic Book Club is a great way to build a home library.
Birthdays: We prefer that food is not passed out. Instead you may choose to donate a book to our classroom.
Homework will begin at the end of September.
Computer user names
Field Trips:
Tanka Farms approx $22/child for admission.
Grocery Store
Fire Station
100th Day of School Collections (February)
Please park your car in a spot and walk to the classroom and not at the red curb.
Thursday Folders
Communication: Emails and Our website: kbp.iusd.org
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