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Color Poems

Red

R-e-d, r-e-d,

that spells red,

that spells red.

Apples  are red.

Apples are red.

R-e-d, that spells red.

 

Blue

B-l-u-e spells blue.

b-l-u-e spells blue.

Hi-ho did you know b-l-u-e spells blue.

The big sky  is blue. 

The ocean  is too.

Hi-ho did you know b-l-u-e spells blue.

 

Yellow

Y-e-l-l-o-w spells yellow

Y-e-l-l-o-w spells yellow

I like the smiley face that’s yellow

He’s such a happy fellow

Y-e-l-l-o-w spells yellow

 

Green

G-r-e-e-n, g-r-e-e-n

I know how to spell green

g-r-e-e-n

Caterpillars are green

and grasshoppers too.

I know how to spell green

g-r-e-e-n.

 

Purple

P-u-r-p-l-e, purple, purple,

P-u-r-p-l-e purples what that spells

Purple grapes on the vine

Purple Koolaid’s fine

P-u-r-p-l-e purples what that spells

 

Orange

o-r-a-n-g-e, o-r-a-n-g-e, o-r-a-n-g-e,

orange is what that spells

Jack-o-lanterns are always orange

Carrots are always orange

Oranges are always orange, o-r-a-n-g-e.

 

Brown

There is a color we all know.

Can you guess what it is?

B-r-o-w-n, b-r-o-w-n, b-r-o-w-n,

That’s how you spell brown.

Teddy bears and squirrels are brown.

Autumn leaves are too.

Chocolate candy’s  always brown.

Chocolate cake is always brown.

Chocolate milk is always brown.

I like brown, don’t you?  YES!

 

Pink

Cotton candy, fat pink pigs

Pretty socks and bows

P-i-n-k, p-i-n-k

That’s how it goes.

Bubble gum, valentines

These are all pink too.

P-i-n-k, p-i-n-k

We can spell can you?

Mrs. Titter's Kindergarten

This Week's Events

Friday Folders coming home on Wednesday this week because of the crazy fun parade day on Friday!!! – There will be no Friday Folder on Friday.

   This week I was able to sit down with every student and read several books.  Keep in mind this time of year “reading books” may sound a lot like memorization – it should.  Our focus right now is seeing some of our sight words in books, learning how to use illustrations to help us read, and learning to track print with our fingers so we only read the words on the page.  At this point homework books will be coming home hopefully once a week.  As we progress through the year, they will increase to twice a week most weeks. 

   The popcorn word practice that came home Tuesday you may keep in the back of the planner or at home.  If it stresses your child out to time them, then just practice reading over the words.  We want them to become more confident in some of those really frequent, but hard to remember words like the, and, of.  If you have any questions, please let me know.

Notes

It is definitely starting to get cooler outside.  Please send a jacket with your child everyday (with a name on the inside is always a good idea).  We go outside at 8:35 and no coats can be very chilly.  If it warms up in the afternoon we will allow the kiddos to leave them in their backpacks.

Reminder:  We have 2 snack times each day.  I am no longer providing snacks so if you wish your child to have a snack you will need to send one with them.  Thank you!

 

Today students checked out library books for the first time.  This week we will keep books in the classroom, our goal is to read everyone’s book.  When the check out books on the 3rd of October they will bring them home.  I ask that all books be returned on or before Tuesday of each week so we can get them to the library the day prior to our library day. 

 

Please try and empty work from daily folders each day.  This helps students know when they have notes they need to return to me.

 

Students of the month this month:

For showing their Respect, Ownership, Attitude, Responsibility characteristics every day.

Cheyenne, Quinn, and Elise!  Great Job!

Be watching next month for our next recipients.

A Collection of November Poems

October

 

October, October,

The tenth month of the year.

October, October,

Jack-o-lanterns are here.

We trick and treat and scare our friends,

In 31 days then it will end.

 

Firefighter

 

I am a firefighter on the go.

Here is my helmet.

Here is my hose.

When I see a fire, hear me shout!

Turn on the water and put the fire out.

 

 

 

Flutter, Flutter Little Bat

 

Flutter, flutter little bat,

How I wonder where you’re at.

 

Swooping through the darkest night.

You find your way without a light.

 

Flutter, flutter little bat,

How I wonder where you’re at!

 

Pumpkin, Pumpkin

 

Pumpkin, pumpkin big and round.

I’m glad you grow upon the ground.

I’m glad you don’t grow in a tree

For then you might fall down on me.

 

Pumpkin Song

 

I’m an orange pumpkin fat and round

Growing in a cornfield on the ground.

I’ll be a jack-o-lantern with two big eyes,

Or, I’ll be made into pumpkin pies.

 

5 Little Pumpkins

5 little pumpkins sitting on a gate,

The first one said “Oh my it’s getting late.”

The second one said “I see witches in the air.”

The third one said “but we don’t care.”

The fourth one said “Let’s run and run and run.”

The fifth one said “I’m ready for some fun.”

Then Ooooooo when the wind and out went the lights.

And five little pumpkins rolled out of sight.

 

What did you do today?

What Did You Do Today?

 

When children come home at the end of the day,

The question they’re asked as they scurry to play…is,

“Tell me, what, did you do today?”

And the answer they give makes you smile with dismay,

“Nothing, I did nothing today!”

Perhaps nothing means that I played with blocks,

Or counted ten shapes in a box.

Maybe I painted a picture of red and blue,

Or heard a story about a mouse that flew.

Maybe I learned a new letter today,

Or went outside on the swings to play.

Maybe today was the very first time,

That my scissors followed a very straight line.

Maybe I lead a song from beginning to end,

Or played with a special brand-new friend.

When you’re only five and your heart has wings,

NOTHING can mean so many things!

(Author unknown)

Upcoming Events

Up Coming Events

September

28 – Homecoming – Go Wildcats

28 – Field Trip permissions slips $5 due

October

5 - Pawfest

15 – End of 1st quarter

16 – Our class field trip

19 – Fall Festival

29 – 30 Parent Teacher Conferences

31 – No School

November

1, 2 – No School – Fall Break

Letter and Sight word(s) of the week

Next week

 

Letter of the week

Pp

 

Sight word(s)

 

   see      go

 

Math Focus

 

Counting Objects to 10

Writing numbers

Special Class Rotation

Special Class Rotation

 

 

Monday – p.e.

Tuesday – art

Wednesday – music

Thursday –p.e.

Friday – computers

 

Library on Wednesday

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