March 14, 2019

Week 29 March 18th - March 22nd Letter Hh

Hi Parents,

Welcome Back! I hope everyone had a wonderful long weekend! 

Thank you Dad's the kids loved spending time with you last 

Thursday. They had so much fun!

Can you believe it, We are ready to begin our fourth quarter! 

This coming Friday is a half day. The students go home at 11:45

Third quarter conferences will be taking place. If you were not asked to come in for a conference and would like one, please let your teacher know. we will gladly schedule you in. 

This week the tote bags you purchased will be sent home with your child. These bags are for our community service project.

CEPUDO  is an organiztion that helps many different areas of our community. One of the amazing things they do is collect donations for new moms  who deliver their babies in Hospital Materno Infantil. 
They donate a bag of " new born essentials" to the mothers. 

How can you help?

We are asking you to go through your child's new born baby clothes and donate pajamas,new born outfits, socks, blankets. 

You may also purchase new clothing items and baby essentials 
such as baby shampoo, soap, lotion, diapers, bottles etc. 

Your child can ask family members to help out with this project too.

Feel free to donate as much as you wish. 

 Send your bag back to school with your donations. 

Dr.Seuss Read - A - Thon 


Thank you to all 

the students that have 

sent in videos,or brought 

in drawings, and have 

discussed their books 

with us.

 Keep up the great work!

This week we will be working with letter Hh. The vocabulary that we are going to be focusing on is the following: hamburger, hammer, hanger, hospital, honey, hippopotamus, hose, hopscotch, helmet, helicopter, hive, hair, hay, hot dog, and hula hoops. 

If you have any items at home that begin with this letter, send them over with your child and we will be discussing them in class, we will display them on a table and we will return them back on Friday. The kids get excited to bring things from home.
Some of the stories that we will be reading this week are:

Where is Baby Hippo hiding? We will help his mother find him in this hilarious hide-and-seek story that teaches the letter H.

Harry is a white dog with black spots who loves everything . . . except for baths. So one day before bath time, Harry runs away. He plays outside all day long, digging and sliding in everything from garden soil to pavement tar. By the time he returns home, Harry is so dirty he looks like a black dog with white spots. His family doesn't even recognize him!

Our new sight words for this week are:  me, love, will, from, get, draw.

Please practice these words at home with your child. This last quarter we will be focusing on 6 sight words every two weeks.

It is important for students to learn sight words in order to help them become fluent readers. Remember that sight words are words students are able to read upon “sight” without having to sound them out. They help facilitate reading comprehension giving students a better opportunity to understand other words in context as they read.

In math, we will continue working on addition and  subtraction. The students will be using different strategies to solve the problems.

The Kindergarten students are 

preparing for our Science Fair. We 

have discussed the scientific method. 

The experiments we will be 

preforming include all of the steps of 

the scientific method. The students 

really are enjoying themselves.We will 

be preforming various experiments in class the next couple of 


On April 5th the students will be presenting their 

experiments. You are invited to watch their 

presentations, more information to come soon.




Middle vowel sound worksheet


French homework


Spanish homework