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Welcome to the
Semester
Kindergarten
Parent Night
2015
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Reading
Presented by: Staci Welch
Types of Words
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CVC (Consonant-Vowel-Consonant)
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Cat
Hit
Sun
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Like
Same
Here
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Bait
Fear
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Say
CVCe (Consonant-Vowel-Consonant-Silent “e”)
CVVC (Consonant-Vowel-Vowel-Consonant
Cay (Consonant – long a – y)
Sight Words (Rainbow Words)
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Must be able to say the word fluently without
sounding it out.
Reading Fluency
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The progression of
fluency
 Letters
 Sounds
 Sight words
 Phrases
 Sentences
Example of Reading Fluency
Do you see the cat?
It is a big brown cat.
The cat sits on a gate.
The cat likes to play.
Will it play in the rain?
28 words
Reading Strategies
When helping your child read at home, several strategies may be used to aid in
decoding unknown words.
1. Tell your child to look at the picture. You may tell your child the word is
something that can be seen in the picture, if that is the case.
2. Tell your child to look for chunks in the word, such as it in sit, at in mat, or and
ing in standing.
3. Ask your child to get his/her mouth ready to say the word by shaping the mouth
for the beginning letter.
4. Ask your child if the word looks like another word s/he knows. (i.e. Does bed look
like red?)
5. Ask your child to go on and read to the end of the sentence. Often by reading
the other words in context, your child can figure out the unknown word.
6. If your child says the wrong word while reading, ask questions like:
Does it make sense? Does it sound right? Does it look right?
Writing
Presented by: Kris Cason
Progression of Writing
Beginning KG Writing
IFAGDFDA
(I have a goldfish called Adam.)
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Print goes in a straight line from left to right.
Print is made up of letters
Letters stand for sounds in the words s/he wants
to write.
• Pictures match words.
Middle of the Year
I FNDA LPANDA GENE CAMOT
(I found a lamp and a genie came out.)
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Written language is made up of words and
separated by spaces.
Written words are made up of a number of
different letters.
Written words have beginning and ending sounds.
Written words have vowels.
When you know a word “AND” you spell it the
same way every time.
End of the Year
My frarit prt of the clasrom is the
libare bekus it has Books. And we lrn
how to red. I like it.
(My favorite part of the classroom is the library
because it has books. And we learn how to read. I
like it.)
Math
Presented by: Amber Stallings
Base Ten
10
17
is the
same as
is the
same as
and
and
10 + 7
Addition and Subtraction
5 is 5
5= 5
2 and 3 is 5
2 + 3= 5
5 =2+3
***** is 5
***** = 5
** and *** is 5
** + *** = 5
Addition and Subtraction
Strategies
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Draw a picture
Use your fingers
Write a number sentence (2+3=5)
Count with tallies
Counting on
Use a number line
Word Problems
Johnny had 2 cars. Sam had 3 cars.
How many do they have in all?
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• 1. Circle the numbers.
• 2. Find key words.
• 3. Choose your strategy.
• 4. Solve it.
• 5. Explain it.
Work Habits
/Citizenship/ Website
Presented by: Jan Pearce
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Can work without disturbing others.
Can work independently at seat.
Can work in groups cooperatively.
Takes initiative.
Can sustain attention for 20 minutes
periods.
• Responds to redirection promptly
without reminders.
• Asks for help when needed.
• Checks PAWS book and turn in
homework and/or notes.
School Website
www.wakullaschooldistict.org
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Calendar of Dates
Grade Level Information
Focus Sign In
Lunch Menus
PTA Information
Special Events
Presented by: Kelly Willis
• Possible Field Trip in April
– Location and date to be determined
• CES Country Fair
– February 20th 1:00 – 5:00
• Pancakes, PJ’s, and Literacy
– March 26th at 6:00
• Mother’s Day Tea
– May 8th 10:00 – 11:00
Dates Continued
• PLT Week
– May 11-15
• PLT Science Night
– May 12th
• Water Day
– TBA
• Summer Birthday Party
– TBA
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