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  • Welcome to Kindergartenat Centerville Elementary

  • Meet Our TeamMrs. BeetMrs. BrantnerMrs. DabneyMrs. EccardMrs. RothMrs. SnyderMrs. White

  • Our Kindergarten Program Supports a hands-on approach to learning Provides a rigorous, individualized program in language arts, math, social studies and science Offers flexible grouping to meet the needs of students

    Monitors progress continually to ensure individual student success Utilizes volunteers to support student learning

  • Daily Schedule8:30-8:55ArrivalOpening9:00-11:15Language Arts 11:15-11:45Lunch11:45-12:10Recess12:10-12:25Social Studies/Science12:30-1:10Specials (Art/Music/P.E.)1:15-2:30Math2:30-3:15Application Centers3:15-3:30Pack-up and Dismissal

  • Centers

  • TransportationCheck the website for the latest information: www.fcps.org

    Give a kiss, a hug and say, Have a great day!Please send in a handwritten signed note or call the front office for any transportation changes! (notes are needed from both families when going home with a friend)

  • LunchWe will go early, so teachers can help for the first couple of weeks

    Cafeteria snacksBirthdays

    Caf Prepay: http://www.cafeprepay.comBreakfast $1.10Lunch $2.05

  • Language ArtsPhonological AwarenessPhonemic AwarenessPhonicsFluencyComprehensionVocabularyWriting

  • Phonological AwarenessRecognize words and sounds that are the same/differentRecognize sentences are made up of wordsIdentify and generate rhyming words

    Orally segment and blend syllables (Example: /mon/ /key/ = monkey)Orally segment and blend onsets & rimes (Example: /p/ /ig/= pig)

  • PhonicsIdentify the difference between letters and wordsUnderstand the sound-symbol relationship of a letter Recognize and decode beginning and ending consonants Identify the letters and their sounds at the beginning, middle, and end of words

  • FluencyRecognize and read high frequency words (sight words) and irregular wordsAutomatically recognize letters in random orderApply recognition of words through reading of Kindergarten text

  • VocabularyDemonstrate an understanding of new vocabulary within curricular areas through appropriate use of content vocabulary in discussions, responses to questions, and in seeking information during content lessons and beyond

  • ComprehensionUnderstand that print conveys meaningUnderstand book conventionsBe able to retell a story in sequenceBe able to identify story elements (setting, character, problem, solution)

    Be able to answer both explicit and inferential questions about a text

  • WritingCorrect letter formation (proportion)Express ideas in drawings, letters, and words Develop writing strategies Develop writing mechanics (capitals, spaces, punctuation) Develop editing skills

  • MathCounting and CardinalityOperations & Algebraic ThinkingNumber & Operations in Base TenMeasurement & DataGeometry

  • Counting and CardinalityCount to 100 by ones and tens starting at any numberWrite numbers from 0 to 20 Count a set of objects and write a number to match (0-20)Count using one-to-one correspondenceUnderstand that the last number counted represents the set

  • Counting and CardinalityUnderstand one more than a numberCount objects up to 20 arranged in different waysCompare groups of objects using greater than, less than or equal to

  • Operations & Algebraic ThinkingRepresent addition and subtraction with a variety of materials and in different waysSolve addition and subtraction word problems up to 10 using objects or drawings

    Decompose numbers (10 and less) in more than one way Fluently add and subtract up to 5

  • Number &Operations in Base TenCompose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into a group of ten and some ones by using objects, drawings or equations

  • Measurement & DataUse math vocabulary to describe the attributes of objectsCompare two objects with common attributes Sort objects in different ways

  • GeometryIdentify and compare 2-D or 3-D shapes

    Identify shapes in the environment Use positional words such as above, below, beside, in front of, behind, and next to

  • GeometryModel shapes in the world by drawing and building shapes from different materials Combine shapes to create other shapes

  • ScienceMagnetsMatter & HeatEarthAlive

  • Social StudiesMe and My WorldMy Family and My NeighborhoodMy Class, My Community, My WorldMy World: Past, Present and FutureDrug Safety AwarenessPersonal Safety (September)

  • Social ExpectationsFollowing rules and routinesRespectfulResponsibleReadyAppropriate conflict resolution


    Studies show that children who have developed strong social skills are more successful as adults

  • CommunicationSchool newsletter (Find Out First)

    Kindergarten news with homework sheet

    Teachers can be contacted by phone, e-mail or you may send a note in your childs folder.Upcoming September/ October parent-teacher conferences!Check out our school website at:http://ces.sites.fcps.org/

  • Questions?



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