***April News***

Important Dates:
April 3- Trike-a-thon and Easter Party
April 6- NO SCHOOL
April 7- Going Buggy (Kansas Connections Program)
April 17- Adventuremobile
April 22- Boomer Visits
Student of the Month: Kaylee Drews

Show and Tell:
April 3- Bring your bike and helmet
April 10- Free Choice
April 17- A Vehicle (any type of transportation)
April 24- something green
May 1- something yellow
Language Arts: This month we are going to be learning about long vowels. We will start with long vowel a. Then we will learn about long vowel e (spelled “ee” and “ea”). The following week we will learn about the long vowel e spelled with a “y”. We are also going to be doing a lot of writing this month. We are going to be working on writing our names correctly (if they don’t already) and how to leave spaces between words. We are also going to be learning about the writing process.

Math: This is the time of the year when we get to work on clocks and telling time more. The students will be working on learning about time and how to read an analog clock. They will also be working more on place value. We will be doing activities to help them learn about place value and how it can be used in math. They will also start learning about fractions in the upcoming months.

Science: This month we start our lesson on plants. We will be doing some planting and learning how plants grow. We will also be learning about the parts of the plant. This month is always exciting as we start to see the plants growing.

Social Studies: We are going to be learning about the different types of transportation this month. We are also going to be learning about the different types of communication and how technology is useful for communication. They will also be learning their phone numbers this month.

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About Ms. Jessica

My name is Jessica Wilson. I have been working here at Kennedy Academy since 2006. I am the kindergarten teacher in the E4 classroom. I have my bachelors degree in elementary education from Emporia State University. I also have three children of my own. I enjoy teaching and find joy in seeing children grow and learn to their fullest potential.