Mrs. Hendry - Archived 09/18

Mrs. Hendry's Kindergarten 2017-18

Posted: November 9, 2017

What great counters we are becoming! We can even look at arrangements up to 5 and know the number by using our eyes and our brains. Taht is called "subitizing". Can you keep up to your child and say the amount before the number shows?


Posted: November 7, 2017

We had no problem coming up with words that start with D! Take a look at how many /d/ words there are in this story Bots video alone! is external)  The children are excited to learn words now too - so here is a video that went with the book we read about a d-o-g, dog! is external) We also practiced writing the word Dad. We didn't listen to this song about My Dad, but you might enjoy it together. is external)      

Posted: November 7, 2017

November is a great month for Nigel Night Owl to come visit! This week we learned about the N n sound, how Nigel is nocturnal, and how to spell the word "no". The StoryBots filled us in on when we need an N: is external) PBS kids has a great short video about what it means to be nocturnal 

Posted: November 2, 2017

The children had great fun constructing Jack-o-lantern catapults today. We used popsicle sticks, elastics, and a spoon to try to knock down our paper cup towers with our candy Jack-o-lanterns. We were not successful on our first try but we many tried again at free work time. 

Posted: November 2, 2017

We heard lots of words that started with the /j/ sound! is external) In our class, we we only have Jazxon whose name starts with J. So we changed all our names to J names! We thought of lots of our friends and family  who do have a J - just like the Sesame Street crew: is external) We practiced making the letter J - both the upper case that stands on the line and the lower case that looks like a fish hook hanging in the water. Be lookout for Jack-o-lanterns in bookbags.

Posted: October 31, 2017

Posted: October 30, 2017

We voted for our pumpkin face today. Fewer people voted for a happy pumpkin than a scary one. 

Posted: October 30, 2017

Halloween is a great time to learn about the letter V too! There was a cute vampire on our door the children could read his speeech bubble as they walked in...."I am a vampire".  We read about bats and vampire bats. We found out they are not as scary as we thought! Can your child tell you how vampire bats get their food?  We found lots of other words that start with /v/ too. Grover has lots in this video: is external) Check out this V Video - a  volcano ! is external) And we can't forget the Story Bots:

Posted: October 20, 2017

Here is a link to a practice site for more fun with the terms: more, less, fewer and the same amount.


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