Michelle Corey

Mrs. Corey's Kindergarten Website

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   Phone: ( 732-291-2020 ) ext: 018

email: mcorey@ahes.k12.nj.us
December
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December Dates:
Dec. 7th: PTO Holiday Shop
Dec. 11th: Report Cards on Genesis
Dec. 12th: 1:00 dismissal for Conferences 
Dec. 13th: Evening Conferences 6-9
Dec. 22nd: 1:00 Dismissal Holiday Breakfast Party
Wear your pajamas!



Optional Donations Needed for our classroom:
liquid hand soap
small ziplock bags

Thank you!



Our Kindergarten Friends
Hayden  Chelsea  Aaron  Kevin  Hannah
John  Cora  Sebastian  Trent  Joey  Sam
Neve  Jeffrey  Nicolette  Korbin  Max
Tess  Anshi  Isabella  Matthew
12 boys
8 girls
20 students 

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Dan St. Romain Behavior Lessons:

In class Juan Pablo teaches us how to be a kind and caring friend. Below are some of the phrases we us in class to help us learn to make good choices.

The phrases we use in class are in parentheses.

Please ask you child about these and reinforce them at home too.

1. Following Directions   ( I follow directions right away)

2. Handling Disappointment ( We get what we need, not always what we want)

3. Respect personal space   ( I have my space you have your space)

4. Getting a grown-ups attention appropriately (When I want the teacher's attention, I raise my hand)

5. Making Good independent choices  ( I have my own brain, I can make my own choices)

6. Paying Attention ( Where the eyes go, the brain follows)

7. Compassion   ( When I do the right thing, I have a happy heart)

8. Honesty ( Always tell the truth, no whoppers)

9)  Using Kind Words ( Just because I think it doesn't mean I say it)

10) Learning from Mistakes ( The more we practice, the better we get)
***Juan Pablo's second set of 10 More Simple Lessons for Good Behavior


1) We treat others the way you want to be treated.
2) Our differences make us special.
3) My brain controls my body.
4) We can break bad habits and build good ones.
5) We are all citizens, we take care of our community.
6) Good choices bring out my best self.
7) Our behavior sends a message.
8) I use my time wisely and do my work precisely.
9) Every person is gifted. Every person has challenges.
10) I can exercise my brain. I can exercise my body.

Find out more at  www.danstromain.com


 

Our Special Class Schedule

2018-2019

Monday: Art

Tuesday: Music/Garden

Wednesday: Gym/Library

Thursday:  Gym 

Friday:  Technology
Spanish/Media Center (2x a month)

 

 

Our Curriculum this month:

Reading :  We are continuing our fiction unit of Reading Workshop.  We are working on learning the difference between realistic fiction and fantasy.  We are learning about the story elements of characters and setting. We are learning to retell the parts of a story.   We are continuing to learn sight words.
 We are working on lower case letters and sounds: a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,r,s,t,u
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Sight  Words 
November/December  Yellow sight words to practice:

Yellow: my  play  have  am  yes  no  brown  purple  for  good  here  and



Words to know:

Red: I can the is we go red blue yellow
Orange: like to do see black orange pink green


 

Writer's Workshop :   We are writing a personal narrative story in Writer's Workshop. We are learning that we have stories to share through pictures. We are learning to draw a story and tell a friend about it. We are learning to draw and tell a story that has a beginning,middle and end. We are starting to label our pictures with sight words and sounds we hear.


Math:  We are working on numbers 6-9. We are learning about making number partners to show these amounts.
We are working on showing our work with pictures and explaining how we solved a problem. We are learning there is more than one way to get an answer. 


Social Studies/Science: We are working on holiday traditions and celebrations.

Weekly Homework:

 Practice new sight words 

Tuesday: Poetry Journals: read and sing songs at home

 

Complete monthly reading log.

 

** Here are some fun websites: 

      www.funbrain.com

www.kbears.com

www.starfall.com

www.abcya.com

Monday: “Wear Blue Day” in recognition of World Day of Bullying Prevention:

        Wear blue clothing.

 

Tuesday:  “Put Your Best Foot Forward”: Dress for the occasion and wear your

                     best outfit for the day.

 

Wednesday: "Stand & WALK Together Against Bullying":  Wear school colored

                               clothing – blue & yellow

                      **Join the AHES TRAIN – In recognition of National Walk to School Day we will be creating a walking train down First Avenue from the Harbor Playground to school.  The train will leave the “harbor station” at 8:00 am sharp.  We are happy to pick up passengers along the way on the school side (East side) of First Avenue.  Parents and siblings are welcome to join us for the walk. Students coming from the west side of First Avenue will need to be crossed over by parents using the crosswalks, or at the corner of First Avenue and East Washington by the crossing guard.

 

Thursday:  "Team up and Stay Safe":  Wear a team jersey or t-shirt

 

Friday:  “Hats off to you for showing respect to yourself and others!”:   Wear

                   your favorite hat to school

Monday: “Wear Blue Day” in recognition of World Day of Bullying Prevention:

        Wear blue clothing.

 

Tuesday:  “Put Your Best Foot Forward”: Dress for the occasion and wear your

                     best outfit for the day.

 

Wednesday: "Stand & WALK Together Against Bullying":  Wear school colored

                               clothing – blue & yellow

                      **Join the AHES TRAIN – In recognition of National Walk to School Day we will be creating a walking train down First Avenue from the Harbor Playground to school.  The train will leave the “harbor station” at 8:00 am sharp.  We are happy to pick up passengers along the way on the school side (East side) of First Avenue.  Parents and siblings are welcome to join us for the walk. Students coming from the west side of First Avenue will need to be crossed over by parents using the crosswalks, or at the corner of First Avenue and East Washington by the crossing guard.

 

Thursday:  "Team up and Stay Safe":  Wear a team jersey or t-shirt

 

Friday:  “Hats off to you for showing respect to yourself and others!”:   Wear

                   your favorite hat to school

Monday: “Wear Blue Day” in recognition of World Day of Bullying Prevention:

        Wear blue clothing.

 

Tuesday:  “Put Your Best Foot Forward”: Dress for the occasion and wear your

                     best outfit for the day.

 

Wednesday: "Stand & WALK Together Against Bullying":  Wear school colored

                               clothing – blue & yellow

                      **Join the AHES TRAIN – In recognition of National Walk to School Day we will be creating a walking train down First Avenue from the Harbor Playground to school.  The train will leave the “harbor station” at 8:00 am sharp.  We are happy to pick up passengers along the way on the school side (East side) of First Avenue.  Parents and siblings are welcome to join us for the walk. Students coming from the west side of First Avenue will need to be crossed over by parents using the crosswalks, or at the corner of First Avenue and East Washington by the crossing guard.

 

Thursday:  "Team up and Stay Safe":  Wear a team jersey or t-shirt

 

Friday:  “Hats off to you for showing respect to yourself and others!”:   Wear

                   your favorite hat to school