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Title: Welcome to Kindergarten @


1
Welcome to Kindergarten _at_ École Belgo Elementary
  • 2016-17

2
Welcome/Bienvenue
  • Introduction of staff
  • Getting to know you

3
Kindergarten Teachers Les professeurs
Mme Dack Mrs. Kline Mme Arseneau (no photo
available)
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Office Staff Le personnel du bureau
Et moi
Ms. Gervais School Secretary
5
Library/La bibliothèque
Mrs. Gorjanc Teacher Librarian
Ms. Hansen Librarian Assistant
6
Learning Assistance Teachers
Mrs. Rippel
Mme Moore
7
Also
  • School Counselor
  • Music Teacher

8
Kindergarten / La maternelle
  • is the bridge between home and school
  • is where the foundation is built for future
  • learning at school
  • leads to success in future grades
  • is where building independence in
  • each child is an important first step

9
  • Kindergarten experiences foster the development
    of the whole child in a full day, play-based
    learning environment.

10
Physical Development
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Intellectual Development
12
Aesthetic Artistic Development
13
Social Responsibility
14
Whats important in Kindergarten?
  • Social interactions
  • Taking turns
  • Using eye contact and polite words
  • Speaking in complete sentences using a five year
    old voice
  • Keeping hands and feet to self

15
  • Communication skills
  • Observing others before speaking
  • Sitting quietly
  • Facing the speaker
  • Raising hand and waiting turn to speak
  • Using polite words

16
  • Developing independence
  • Dressing independently (shoes, jackets, zippers,
    snaps, buttons).
  • Packing, emptying and carrying own backpack.
  • Being responsible for library books, show and
    share items, notices and notes.

17
  • Awareness
  • Safety
  • School rules and expectations
  • Routines
  • Differences, unique situations

18
  • Academics / Les matières académiques
  • Recognizing and naming letters
  • Letter sounds
  • Recognizing that letters make up words and words
    make up sentences
  • Rhyming
  • Recognizing numbers
  • Counting beyond 20
  • Patterning

19
  • Skills
  • Using scissors
  • Correctly holding a pencil, crayons, felts
  • Organizing materials, tidying up
  • Waiting turns
  • Lining up
  • Transitioning from one activity to another

20
Gradual Entry
  • First Week September 6, 7, 8 9
  • Mini-conference parent, child, teacher (one
    family at a time)
  • Second Week -
  • Half days Monday and Tuesday (Sept. 12 13),
    AM/PM
  • Full day Wednesday, Sept. 14

21
Class Set Up
  • Two French Immersion classes
  • One English class

22
What to bring?
  • Healthy lunch
  • 2 snacks
  • Water bottle
  • Backpack
  • Inside shoes
  • Change of clothes in a labelled Ziploc
  • School fees (40)

23
Getting Your Child Ready
  • Give your child little duties at home to help
    develop self-confidence and responsibility
  • Read to your child and talk about the story
  • Teach your child his/her address and phone number
  • Teach your child to put on, take off and hang up
    his/her clothing
  • Teach your child how to tie shoelaces
  • Turn off the TV and talk, talk, talk! Encourage
    development of a larger vocabulary through
    conversations with your child.
  • Encourage your child to recognize and learn to
    print his/her own name

24
Getting Your Child Ready
  • Help your child to learn to wait his/her turn
  • Encourage your child to
  • Look at a person when that person is speaking
  • Use good manners (please/thank you go a long
    way!)
  • Tidy up after themselves
  • Use words to explain how he/she is feeling
  • Visit the Public Library regularly its free!

25
Arrive at school a little bit early
  • AiE

so your child has a chance to play outside with
friends before class starts.
26
Read notices that are sent home from school.
27
Help your childs teacher to know about things
that happen at home that might affect your
childs day (especially changes in your family
situation)
28
Keep the office updated about changes to phone
numbers, address, caregiver information.
29
and Parents! You are your childs first and
most important teacher! Parent involvement
Student success! All parents form the Parent
Advisory Council (PAC) evening meetings each
month
30
We look forward to learning with you and your
child!
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