Kindergarten students are learning to be storybook readers! Students will reread favorite storybooks by looking at pictures closely and making the words and the pictures match. Students will continue to read storybooks by themselves and with their reading partners.
Your child will come home with a book baggie this month. Please make sure to read with your child every night.
Students are learning to be storytellers! Students will continue to tell their true stories to classmates as an audience.
We are also learning how to draw pictures which match with their stories.
We are so excited to offer Cool Culture passes to all families with children in PS 230's Kindergarten! You will have access to 90 of NYC’s best-loved museums, gardens, zoos and historic houses. We can't wait to hear about all the fun things your child do when you use the Cool Culture Pass. Look for the registration form in your child's folder in September.
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If you have lost your pass or need to make a correction on your family's name, please contact your Cool Cultural Liaison - Ms. Jill Reinier, Parent Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students will count and represent quantities. Students will also compare the lengths of objects and the quantities of different sets.
Ask your child, “How many?” questions to practice counting.
Kindergarten students are learning to follow classroom and school routines.
We are also working on team building activities.
A Note from . . .
Mr. Feder, Science
The children are exploring materials using five (5) senses.
Mr. Hanratty, Art
This month, Kindergarten will be learning about the art element “shape” through the medium of collage. We will look at art from various cultures to recognize ways that artists use shapes in their art. Students will learn to tear paper shapes, cut with scissors, and arrange shapes into complex images.
Ms. Fitzgerald, Music and Movement
Students are practicing locomotor and non-locomotor skills. We are learning how to Square Dance. Oct. 26 is our annual Hoedown! I hope to see you there.
Ms. Woods, Physical Education
Please remember students need sneakers to participate in activities. Students are learning and practicing the rules and routines of class. We are mostly focusing on performing Locomotor Skills and learning how to work in learning stations. Please visit my webpage.
Try at Home
Ask your child, “What letter is this? What number is this?” by pointing to a letter or a number on storefront signs on the way to school and home.
Please supervise your child’s homework and make sure to check & empty your child’s folder EVERY night.