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Dates to Remember


2/18  President's Day-No School

3/1  Wear Pajama's for Dr. Seuss' Birthday

3/13-3/15 Conference Week-Minimum Days 8-10:30am

3/19  Minimum Day 8-10:30am

3/29  Minimum Day 8-10:30am

4/1-4/5 Spring Break-No School

5/27  Memorial Day-No School

5/31  Last Day of School-Minimum Day 8-10:30am


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Art with Mrs. Srisha

Go to Mrs. Srisha's website to see what students are learning and the projects they complete.  TK loves when she comes to teach!

Transitional Kindergarten


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Week of February 18th


Volunteers for week of February 18th:

     Mon 2/18 - President's Day Holida

     Tue 2/19 - Mariam

     Wed 2/20 - Library: Heather

                          Psychomotor:  Alex & Neelam

     Thu 2/21 - ?

     Fri 2/22 - Eileen


Student of the Week:  Isley


Letter of the Week:  Qq - Queenie Queen


Language Arts:  We are on the letter Qq this week.  Students will cut and glue to make a quilt for their ABC book.  We will learn the song for our alphafriend, Queenie Queen.  We will identify words that begin with the sound for the letter Qq and the sound it makes in words.  We will practice writing both the uppercase and lowercase letter in our journal and workbook.


Math:  We will work on a winter snowflake booklet, cutting out groups of tens frames to match the numbers.  We will also continue working on writing the numbers with the correct formation.


We will continue to work on our pencil grip to strength our hands.  We will also begin working on writing our names correctly in "title case".  Students must write their name with the first letter as a capital with the remaining letters in lowercase.  This is a standard on the report card for TK.


Click HERE for a video showing proper pencil grip and the song we sing in class.

Letter Writing

Click the links below for worksheets that give the correct formation and vocabulary we use in the classroom when practicing our letters.

Uppercase Formation

Lowercase Formation

Number Writing

Below are the same number writing worksheets we use in the classroom.  Print off and place in a "sheet protector" and write with a dry erase marker.

Number Writing 2-9

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