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Title: The Countdown to Kindergarten!


1
The Countdown to Kindergarten!
2
Teachers Teachers Assistants School
Secretary Librarian Administrators Custodians We
are all here to help!
3

The doors are open lend a helping hand.
4
  • Staggered entry
  • September
  • Full day

5
School Hours
  • Supervision and the breakfast program begin at
    755 AM. Children should not be dropped off
    before this time.
  • Classes begin at 815 AM and dismissal is at 135
    PM.

6
Drop Off Pick Up Routines
  • Driving KISS DROP
  • Escorting Band aid approach, drop off and go!
  • Pick up Wave ?, notes, contact list

7
Safe Arrival Communication line between home and
school. 856-3673
8
A day in the life of a kindergarten
student! Literacy 90 minute block Numeracy
math You and Your World (health, science and
social studies) Physical education, art and music
9
  • Keeping you Informed
  • Monthly Newsletters
  • Talkmail and emails
  • Parent teacher Interviews
  • School Website
  • Agendas/pouches
  • Other

10
During the first week of school you will
receive School calendar Bell schedule Contact
Information Agenda Medical Information Media
Release Field Trip
11
Routines Procedures
  • Kindergarten and Lunchtime
  • First month of school
  • Hot lunch - Cafeteria (note with Ziplock)
  • Speaking with the teacher
  • Proper footwear/clothing (change - label)
  • School fees
  • Toileting (wipes)
  • Toys
  • QE ROCKs

12
At Queen Elizabeth School
  • we respect people and property
  • we own our actions and words
  • we speak openly and honestly
  • we are kind to others

13
Building Security
  • Doors are locked throughout the day.
  • Sign in and sign out
  • Visitors badge

14
Getting Ready for School!
  • Running, jumping and climbing
  • Holding scissors and pencils
  • Dressing themselves -Encourage your child to
    button shirts and pants, tie shoes, and zipper
    jackets.
  • Encouraging your child to be active

15
Getting Ready for School!
  • Encourage your child to draw, colour, cut and
    glue things and display work on the refrigerator
  • Encourage stringing things like beads and
    macaroni to make necklaces to wear.

16
Supplies for September
17
Parents belong at the center of a young childs
education. The single best way to improve
elementary education is to strengthen parents
role in it. -Bennet
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Literacy LearnerThree Major Areas Working
Together
  • Oral Language
  • Phonological Awareness
  • Print Awareness

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Parental Support for Oral Language
  • Talk, talk, talk
  • Discuss life experiences
  • Share books together everyday
  • Foster social talk with both children and adults

20
  • Ask specific questions about their day
  • What did the teacher read to you today?
  • What did you write about today?
  • Sing your favorite song that you sing in
    Kindergarten. Why do you like it?
  • What did you learn today that you can teach me?

21
Parental Support for Phonological Awareness
  • Poems and Songs
  • Rhyming games
  • Nursery Rhymes

22
Print Awareness
  • How a book works.
  • Recognizing letters of the alphabet.
  • Letter sounds

23
Parental Support for Print Awareness
  • Read for a short time DAILY.
  • Hold the book so that you can both see the print.
  • Point to each word, or slide your finger under
    the text as you read.

24
  • Read and reread your childs favourites
  • Discuss the story after reading. Ex. What was
    your favourite part? Etc.)
  • Pack a bag of favourite books and writing
    materials whenever you leave home.

25
Literacy on the Run
  • Make your name on the fridge with magnetic
    letters.
  • Find the m on the milk carton.
  • Whats the 1st sound you hear in the word milk?
  • Tell me a word that rhymes with house.

26
  • Make a shopping list together.
  • Look at a S-T-O-P sign.
  • What does it say?
  • Who can spot the first license plate with a
    letter B?

27
Kindergarten Look-Fors
  • Do you know your colours?
  • Can you print your name?
  • Can you name the alphabet?
  • Can you count from 1 to 10
  • Can you tell me how old you are?
  • Can you draw a picture of yourself?
  • Self care

28
Make learning how to read and write
  • Lots
  • and
  • lots
  • of FUN!

www. gnb.ca/0003/children.asp
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  • Talk, Read, Learn Learn how to use books to
    enrich your child's language and communication
    skills. This interactive session demonstrates how
    to go beyond reading a story with related
    activities for children over a 4 week program.
    Each session involves songs, crafts and
    activities around various books. Skill building
    includes phonological awareness, vocabulary,
    narrative skills and print awareness.
  • June 3-24

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  • Parent-Child Mother Goose Over the course of 4
    weeks, parents and children learn rhymes, songs,
    finger plays and oral stories to help promote
    language and pre-literacy skills. Additional
    benefits include gaining confidence, meeting new
    friends and having fun. Skill building can
    include vocabulary building, sound awareness,
    grammar, following directions, turn taking, and
    narrative skills. June 9-30

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These programs will be offered at our Riverview
Education Center location 45 Devere rd,
Riverview, E1B 2M4 If interested, contact us at
856-3617, or talkwithmemoncton_at_nbed.nb.ca
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