***Bringing May Flowers***

Important Dates:  May 5-  Cinco De Mayo

May 5-  Adventuremobile 2:45 pm

May 5-  Open House (for prospective students, not current students)

May 18-  Boomer Visits

May 30-  NO SCHOOL, Memorial Day

 

Student of the Month-  Alanna Burke

 

Show and Tell Schedule:  May 6-  A pic of Mom

May 13-  An Insect

May 20- Something from the ocean

May 27-  Something that floats

June 3- Free Choice 

 

Language Arts:  In May we will be learning the soft c sound, in words like “ice”.  We are also going to be learning the OW sound spelled “ow” and “ou”, as well as Y used as a vowel.  We will also be learning the long vowel O.  We will be wrapping up our language arts curriculum this month.  May 26 should be our last spelling test.  We have been working more on handwriting and story writing.  

Math:  In math we are going to continue working on our math workbooks.  This month we are going to be working more on time, shapes, money, and number families.  The class is doing very well at math and I’m excited to see how they do during the last few weeks of school.

Science:  This month we are going to be learning about insects.  We will be looking at insects up close.  They will be learning about how many legs and insect has and about their body parts.  We will also be learning about the ocean and what type of animals live in the ocean.  They will be learning about the four elements and different forms of water.  They are also going to be learning about sink vs. float.  

Social Studies:  This month we are focusing on Moms.  We are going to be talking about the different types of moms and what makes our own mom so special to us.  

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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.