Good afternoon kinders! I miss you all so much! I love getting the pictures you’ve been sending me. Keep working hard and being good listeners for your parents.
Our Weekly Message
Hi Kinders, As I looked outside this morning, I saw a bunch of snow. It has been a crazy month of March. Take a break from reading and math to enjoy the snow today!
Love, Mrs. Bohl
Popcorn Words of the week: as, has
Work on adding and subtracting numbers within 10 (or up to 20 if you want a challenge!)
Grab a handful of Legos and count them. Make a pattern with the Lego colors!
Count your stuffed animals – Use them as a way to create story problems (There were 4 animals playing in the field, but the bunny hopped away. How many animals are left?)
Practice writing upper and lowercase letters
Write a letter to a friend in class or Mrs. Bohl (2594 Floral Drive, Zeeland)
Write our popcorn words or write a morning message each day and include our popcorn words in it.
Keep on being an AVID reader! Find different spots to read around your house and always keep a stack of books nearby.
Don’t forget to checkout YouTube for our teacher read alouds! We are having fun recording books for you to listen to, I hope you’re enjoying them! 🙂
You could record yourself reading a book and send it to me!
It has been really sad not being in class together. I can not thank you enough for checking our classroom blog for suggestions and daily short videos to encourage you and your kinder. Feel free to take a picture or video that shows your kinder learning at home. I LOVE putting this on our blog so that we can see each other….in a new way. If you don’t want your picture or video posted, that is fine too. I still like seeing them. Please remember to use the Educational Fun links on the blog. Raz-kids is a great resource for reading!
Also, check out the Georgetown school blog for information on grab-n-go meals and other essential items. The meals are available to ANY CHILD who may be in need.
I can’t wait until we are back learning together again!! Sending you all hugs and love during this time. Mrs. Bohl