Kindergarten

Mrs. Gakos and Mrs. Moschella

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Kindergarten children are learning many important skills!
It is a time of wonder, discovery and growth.


Here's what you might see if you peeked into a typical classroom:

  • Children learning how to solve conflicts peacefully: getting along with others, taking turns and sharing help us become good citizens and develop good manners.
  • Problem solving and math: shapes, patterns, graphing, comparing numbers, number formation, skip counting, addition and subtraction.
  • Self-esteem and writing skills: acknowledging our strengths, letter forms and sounds, consonants and vowels, punctuation and sentence writing.

  • Reading skills:  Reading and listening to a variety of stories from different genres, development of literary skills, high frequency word recognition.

  • Students exploring nature and enjoying art and books: investigating the world around us, recording data, and evaluating hypotheses.

Whateverthe day, our Kindergartners are busy finding out how fun learning canbe. We love getting to know your children, and watching them grow justwarms our hearts!

Recommended Supplies

Headphones/earbuds. (Dollar Store brand OK)

A backpack that is large enough to hold our school supplies.
(preferable without wheels)

An old large tee shirt to be used as an art smock.

Two pocket folder for homework and notes.

Lunch box or bag labeled with your child's name.

Tips for homework:

Please use pencil for handwriting and color with crayons where appropriate.

Make sure your name is on your paper each night.

Provide your child with scissors, glue sticks, pencils, and crayons to complete their homework.

Thank you so much for all that you do, and for sharing
your child with us!

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