Mrs. Worley's Wonderful KindergartenersInstructor: CHERYL WORLEY
Although I have been teaching kindergarten for several years, I am always so excited about starting a new year. It was so much fun meeting all my sweet boys and girls at "Meet the Teacher" night. Thank you for trusting me with your precious child. I promise to do my best love and care for your child while they are at school. I will make myself available to meet with you anytime you have questions concerning your child's progress or any questions you may have about our classroom. Simply call the office (724-2309 ext. 4633) and leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as possible. I can also be reached by email - email@example.com
Share Bear is our class "bear". Every Friday Share Bear will choose a friend to visit for the weekend. Please help your child write about what they did while Share Bear was with them. Also try to include photographs or drawings of their weekend together. On Monday morning, the child who took Share Bear home will sit in our special "Share Bear Chair" while I read about their weekend together. …
From time to time parents ask me what are some things I need for my classroom. I will list a few things that I use most often and find myself buying throughout the year. (Please do not feel obligated to purchase any of these items). Thank you in advance .
1. Stickers (I use 22 or more stickers everyday).
2. Computer ink - ( I use my printer to print lots of pictures for our class books) hp …
To participate in receiving text message reminders, simply text 81010- with the message @2h668
Rest assured that you will not receive advertisement texts and your phone number will remain private. It is my hope that this will help strengthen the home-school connection. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Be sure to check your child's Indian Notebook each month for the snack calendar. You will be asked to bring snacks once a month for the whole class (22 students). Please refer to the suggested snack list that was in the purple folder at "Meet the Teacher" night. We do have some students with allergies to nuts, so please DO NOT send any food items with peanuts, peanut butter or any kinds of nuts …
Please practice letters and letter sounds with your child a few minutes every night. Also begin counting with your child and see how far they can count. But the most important activity you can do each night is READ to your child. This is the best way to teach your child how to read and to love to read!
Be sure to check your child's "Indian Notebook" each night. You will find very important notes and daily work. Sometimes there will be homework in the front pocket for you to help your child complete at home. Also be sure to look at the behavior pocket that is attached in the front of the notebook. Inside the pocket you will find a card (purple, orange or yellow). They card will indict your …
7:50-8:15 - Morning Work - Prepare for the day.
8:15-8:45 *LCC- Library, Computer, Counseling
8:45-9:00- Morning Meeting
9:00-9:45 - Phonics/Reading
9:45-10:45- SAT / Work Stations/Small Group Reading/ Class Review
10:45-11:00- Finish Reading , Journal Writing, Storytime
12:30-1:30- PE/Music - Teacher's Conference TIme
1:40-2:10- Science/Social Studies
2:20-2;45- Finish any Reading and Math Work or Fun Centers (if time allows)
2:45- Prepare to go home
2:50- Bus riders dismissed
2:55- walk the students out front
*Monday - Library
*Tuesday- Computer Lab
*Wednesday - Counselor (once a month)