|What’s Happening in Mrs. Geiser’s
February 26th - March 2nd
Tuesday is day 2 - We have Music
Wednesday is day 3 - We have Library
Thursday is day 4 - We have Computers
Friday is day 5 - We have Gym
Monday(Feb. 26th) is day 1 - We have Art
Friday March 2nd - Dr. Suess
Students of the Month for February
Students of the Month for March
Focus, Listen, Use Your Self Talk, Be Assertive
When emotions get the best of you and you are frustrated or overwhelmed, take some
deep breaths and do your best.
B.R.A.V.E Student Behavior
Rhymes - Listen for and identify words or picture words that rhyme.
Letter Recognition/Review - Letter Recognition A, a - Z, z.
Letter Review , M, m ,S, s, A, a, T, t, C, c, P, p, N, n and F, f, B, b, I, i.
New Letter - G, g
Making words from the _at word family - at, bat, cat, fat, hat, mat, pat, rat, sat, vat.
Making words from the _ap word family - cap, gap, lap, map, nap, rap, sap, tap, zap.
Making words with the _it word family - bit, fit, hit, kit, lit, mitt, pit, quit, sit, wit.
Making words with the _id and _ip word families - bid, did, hid, kid, lid, mid, rid, dip,
hip, lip, nip, pip, rip, sip, tip, whip, ship, chip.
Concepts of Print - How do you hold a story book? Where is the Front Cover, Back Cover,
Title, Title Page? How do you turn the pages? How do we track and read the words?
Left to Right. Top to Bottom. Words - What is a word. Can we point to a word in a
book? How do we know where one begins and ends?
High Frequency Words - Reviewed and tested - I, like, the, and, see, we, a, to, come,
me, with, my, you, what, are, now, is, of, how, so, many, where.
New Words - find, this, from, came, but, on
Isolate beginning sound of words - Students begin to separate beginning sound from word.
They just have to isolate the beginning sound. They do not need to know what letter
makes that sound. For example: Given the word cat. Students will say it starts with
/c/. Given the word dog. Students will say it starts with /d/.
Blend and Segment Onset and Rime - Take the beginning sound of a word add the
remaining part of word, what do you get. For example: /b/ + /all/, What do you get?
ball. Take the word dig. How would you segment that into onset and rime? /d/ + /ig/.
Blend Phonemes - Blend three sounds into words - /c/ - /a/ - /t/ into cat,
/p/ - /i/ - /g/ into pig. Practice blending and spelling short a words and short i words.
Ending Sound - What do you here at the end of the word?
The five vowels - Letters that are the five vowels - a, e, i, o, u - what are their short
What is the middle vowel sound? - When given a word. Student practices isolating the
middle vowel sound.
Count Words in Sentences - How many words are in sentences - Use cheerios or fruit loops
and have children slide and count how many words are in a verbally given sentence.
Nouns - Students will be learning that nouns name people, places, and pets.
Proper Nouns - Nouns that name specific people and pets. Capital letters in the beginning
of these nouns.
Verbs - Action Words - They are words that say something we can do.
Review verbs in the past tense. (made, sewed, played, jumped, visited, saw, leaped,
sang, took, etc)
Describing Words - describe how something looks, feels, sounds, tastes, or smells.
Color Words: red, green, yellow, orange, blue, black, white, and purple.
Number Words - one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten
Size and Shape - big, little, huge, small, teeny, tiny, gigantic, square, circular, triangular,
Subject of a sentence - Who or what is the sentence about?
Theme this week is nature is all around you. How do living things change as they grow?
Kids Astronomy Website
Night Sky Activity
Froggy Froggy Song
Unit 6 - Numbers to 100 - Test on this unit on Tuesday.
Double Ten Frame - Use with pennies or any small objects you can use to practice counting
using one-to-one correspondence
Counting Game One Counting Bubbles
Game Two Comparing Values
Counting Game Three Numerical Order
Number Chart Game
Number Bubble Skip Counting
Parents, please remember to read with your child each night. List stories read on the
May reading list. At least one story a night. You can read your child's favorite
stories more than once if you like.
Please check your child's folder each evening for school and classroom information as well
as new word cards in their Sight Word Envelopes and return them both each day. Sight
words are found on this website if misplaced. Please click on the kindergarten box below
and it will link you to the proper page on this sight to print them.
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