WELCOME TO KINDERGARTEN - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

1 / 27
About This Presentation
Title:

WELCOME TO KINDERGARTEN

Description:

welcome to kindergarten – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:1056
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 28
Provided by: Amanda211
Category:

less

Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: WELCOME TO KINDERGARTEN


1
WELCOME TO KINDERGARTEN
2
Morning Meetings
  • Greeting song/handshake/getting to know you
    activity
  • Message this includes the goal of the day
  • Activity sometimes this is a getting to know
    you activity or has curriculum tied to it (ie
    number game)

3
READING LANGUAGE ARTSKindergarten readers
and writers focus on building a solid foundation
of readiness skills.

4
5 Literacy Practices
  • Read to self
  • Read the Pictures
  • Read the Words
  • Retell the Story
  • Read to Someone
  • Listen to Reading
  • Work on Writing
  • Spelling/Word Work
  • ___________________
  • Lets Build Stamina!

5
KindergartenSmall Groups Structure
  • Oral Word Games (Phonemic Awareness)
  • Letter of the Week (Jolly Phonics)
  • Phonemic Awareness Activity
  • Sight Word Activity
  • Leveled Reading
  • Writing

6
Phonemic Awareness
  • Main focus is on phonemes/sounds
  • Deals with spoken language
  • Mostly auditory
  • Deals with manipulating sounds and sounds in
    words
  • Involves hearing and playing with language
  • c-a-t

7
Phonics
  • Main focus is on graphemes/letters and their
    corresponding sounds
  • Deals with written language/print
  • Both visual and auditory
  • Deals with reading and writing letters according
    to their sounds and spelling patterns
  • Seeing the text representing the language and
    play with it

8
5 Basic Skills of Jolly Phonics
  • 1. Learning the letter sounds
  • 2. Letter formation
  • 3. Blending
  • 4. Identifying sounds in words
  • 5. Word wall words

9
Letter Sounds
10
Digraphs
(two letters making one sound)
11
Storylines and Actions
  • Learning the /s/ sound
  • Action
  • Weave your hand like a
  • snake, making an s
  • shape, saying ssssss

12
Letter Formation
  • On the board modelling
  • In the air large motor practice
  • On paper
  • (white boards, paper, handwriting books, homework)

13
Pencil Hold
  • Tripod grip
  • Froggy legs
  • Go and Stop Fingers

14
Examples Letter Sounds
Group 1
15
Blending Words
16
Kindergarten Reading Learning Targets
  • recognize all the letters sounds
  • be able to blend sounds together to make words
  • recognize our 51 popcorn sight words
  • identify rhyming words
  • understand sequencing,
  • predicting,
  • realism/fantasy,
  • main idea,
  • details

17
Independent WritingKindergarten writers use
developmental spelling.
  • Children need to know
  • What they want to say and recall it
  • The sounds they hear in the word
  • The letters that make those sounds
  • One way of writing the letters for
  • the sounds they hear
  • How to form the letters they want to write

18
Beginning of the year writing
End of the year writing

19
What can you do at home to help?
  • read to with your child every day
  • ask questions and listen to your childs response
  • encourage eye contact when talking to each other
  • give 2 or 3 step directions
  • play word games
  • play I Spy
  • point out rhyming words
  • encourage chopping words into individual
  • sounds when writing
  • express that learning is fun work at the
  • same time!

20
Kindergarten Math Learning Targets
  • Counts to tell the number of objects
  • Identifies numbers
  • Counts sequentially
  • Prints numbers 0 20 legibly
  • Compares numbers
  • Understands addition and subtraction
  • Composes and decomposes numbers 11-19
  • Describes and compares measurable attributes
  • Classifies objects counts the number of objects
    in each category
  • Identifies, Compares, Contrasts and Creates shapes

21
What will we be doing in Math?
  • SUBITIZING (instantly seeing how many)
  • Learning to make connections between
  • verbal Three
  • symbolic 3
  • Quantitative E

22
What can you do at home to help?
  • Encourage your child to
  • count everyday objects
  • count forward and backwards
  • look for numbers everywhere
  • make and notice patterns
  • sort toys, clothes, objects
  • talk about how she solves problems

23
Science
Properties Trees Animals (mammals, birds, fish,
reptiles, amphibians) Health Five Senses
24
Social Studies
Citizenship Me How to get along / Solve
problems Rules/Routines Friendship My
Neighborhood Needs and Wants Traditions /
Holidays
25
  • Assessing
  • Illinois standards based report card
  • 2 times a year informal report card
  • 2 times a year formal report card
  • constantly doing informal assessment to
    adjust teaching
  • (Sign up for a conference
  • ti tonight in lobby!)

26
Please fill out the last 2 pages of the Nuts
and Bolts packet! Want to volunteering? Sign
up tonight or ONLINE! (see below) Questions?
Fill out a form! http//www.dg58.org/Page/8236
27
Thank you for coming to curriculum night and
supporting your childs education and school!
Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
About PowerShow.com