Kindergarten A

Class Calendar

Mystery Reader Sign-Up

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Schedule

  • Monday: Physical Education
  • Tuesday: Media Center and Art
  • Wednesday: Spanish
  • Thursday: Technology
  • Friday: ​Music

Wish List

  • Prizes For Our Class Prize Box
  • Stickers
  • Paper Towels
  • Black Expo Markers
Dec 9 - 13*.pdf

We had a great Thanksgiving Celebration! As a class we made a cute Thanksgiving sign, watched "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving", and ate the same foods eaten at their Thanksgiving Day Feast: bread, pretzel sticks, popcorn, and jelly beans! We also read the story "There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Turkey".

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Math Topic 6 Game

We will be learning numbers to 100 and number counting patterns.

Students will learn to count to 100 by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s.

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Mystery Reader

Our Mystery Reader this week gave us five clues to help us guess who they are...

1. I am a mom of three.

2. My favorite color is yellow.

3. My favorite holiday is Christmas.

4. I love to travel.

5. I love playing board games with my children.

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Our Mystery Reader was Mrs.Mangapit!

Mrs. Mangapit read three stories from the "Adventures of Harold and the Purple Crayon" to our class and brought in a munchkin treat for the class!

She read "Harold and the Purple Crayon", "Harold's Fairytale", and "Harold's Circus" all written by Crockett Johnson.

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Tooth Buddy Tales Assembly

We attended a Tooth Buddy Tales Assembly and met a new friend Zeebo that taught us about dental health.

We learned the do's and don'ts to keeping our teeth healthy.

"If it's sticky and sweet, it's a yucky treat. If it's healthy food, it's a POWER treat!"

Mystery Reader

Our Mystery Reader this week gave us five clues to help us guess who they are...

1. My favorite number is 8.

2. I am the oldest.

3. I think you are a great goalie!

4. My nickname is Skelly.

5. I love to go to the OBX with you.

Our Mystery Reader was

Madeleine Kinney!

Madeleine read two stories and Mrs.Kinney brought in a soft pretzel and juice treat for the class!

The first story was "Arial the Unicorn" by Mary Nihn.

The second story was "A Little Spot of Kindness" by Diane Alber. It was the perfect book because it was World Kindness Day. Madeleine ended the story by giving all of the students a spot sticker and reminding them to be kind when they see their spots.

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Parent Teacher Conferences

Thank you to all of the Parents that signed up for conferences!

It was great catching up with all of you and discussing your student's progress, as well as their goals for Kindergarten.

If you were unable to make it to conferences, below is ELA High Frequency Words List and the pacing for the lessons.

Kindergarten ELA Journeys High Frequency Words By Unit and Lesson

Mystery Readers

Our Mystery Readers this week gave us five clues to help us guess who they were...

1. We are brothers.

2. We go to a different school.

3. We are 9 and 7.

4. We like sports.

5. We have a dog, cat, and a fish.

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Our Mystery Readers were the

Wiggins Brothers!

Mrs.Wiggins, Grace, Collin, and Drew all stopped by to visit! Collin and Drew read two stories to our class and brought in a munchkin treat for our class to enjoy!

The first story read was "The Wonky Donky by Craig Smith.

The second story read was "The Araboolies of Liberty Street" by Sam Swope.

Disciple of the Month

Congratulations to Michael Fanelli for being our Disciple of the Month for the month of October!

The virtue for the month of October was Reverence: showing your deepest respect for things of God.

"Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us be thankful, and so worship God acceptably with reverence and awe..."

-Hebrews 12:28

Happy Halloween!

Scarecrow

We put the final touches on our entry "Franken-Cycle" for the Scarecrow Recycling Contest.

(Pictures below include before and after the rain showers, he was still standing!)

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Prayer

We met up with our 5th grade prayer partners to pray our last decades of the Rosary.

Party and Parade

We had our first class party of the year! We had delicious snacks, made a mask craft, played Halloween Bingo, and watched "Spookley The Square Pumpkin".

If you have any additional pictures from the parade please feel free to email them to me!

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Mystery Reader

Our Mystery Reader this week gave us five clues to help us guess who they were...

1. I use to live in New York City but I was born in Pennsylvania.

2. I love to ski, play tennis, and play basketball.

3. I went to a great Catholic grade school just like St.Ignatius of Antioch (St. Mary of Mt. Carmel).

4. I have 3 nieces that go to St.Ignatius of Antioch.

5. St. John Newman slept over my country house in the 1800's and was a guest of my

Great, Great, Great, Great Grandparents.

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Our Mystery Reader was Mrs.Cahill!

Mrs.Cahill brought Finnbar to help her read to our class!

She read "There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat" and brought in a gummy treat and juice for the class to enjoy!

Show-And-Tell

In ELA we read the story "Amelia's Show-and-Tell Fiesta"; it is a story about a little girl who moves to the United States and experiences her first Show-and-Tell. She brings in her favorite Carnival dress to share with her class because it reminds her of her home.

The students in our class brought in their favorite items to share with one another!

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Kindergarten Field Trip To Howell Living History Farm

On our class trip we took part in the Corn Harvest Program.

The students learned about how the corn is harvested, took a tour of the farm and animals too. We even had a chance to head into the fields to shell, grind, and then bake some delicious cornbread using the "vegetable" of their labor.

Thank you to all of the chaperones that were able to join us on our class field trip to the Howell Living History Farm. Special shout-out to our KA chaperones:

Mrs. Abdalla, Mrs. Connolly, Mrs.Dorozala, Mrs.Kelly, and Mrs.Wiggins.

Mystery Reader

Our Mystery Reader this week gave us five clues to help us guess who they were...

1. The mystery readers can read, are learning how to read, and don't know how to read all at the same time.

2. Like angels.

3. Talk a lot.

4. Like playing and watching soccer.

5. Like their dogs.

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Our Mystery Reader was Mrs.Fanelli!

Mrs.Fanelli brought Grace and Gabriel to help her read to our class!

She and Grace read two stories to our class and brought in a brownie treat!

The first story was "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" written by Dr.Seuss.

The second story was a personalized story book titled "Michael The Superhero".

A Note From Our Classroom Parents


Hello KA Parents,

Jen and I want to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves as the Kindergarten A room moms. There are a few parties lined up for the Kindergarteners this year (e.g. Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc). We will be using SignUp Genius to sign up to bring in items for the parties. You may sign up for the Halloween Party here.


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Calling all Pirates, Ballerinas, and Superheroes

Draculas and Witches, too.

We've got a spooky party,

Planned just for you!

KA will be having their annual Halloween party on Thursday, October 31st at 12:30-1:30PM. If you would like to help us make this party extra special, please sign up for the item you would like to send in. Please have enough for each of the 17 children in the class.

**PLEASE note that there is a deadly peanut allergy (contact and ingestion) in the class. Be mindful of this whenever you send in a food item. KA class is peanut/tree nut free. If you are sending in a store bought, prepackaged item, please provide the ingredients portion of the label.**

Please send in your contribution with your child by Thursday morning. Don't forget to send their costume in a bag labeled with their name, so we can help them put it on before the Parade of Costumes. They are not permitted to bring any play swords/knives/guns as accessories.

If you have your clearances and would like to volunteer to help at the party please email Michelle (Tiger9_mich@yahoo.com) by 10/19, names will be picked out of a hat. We know everyone loves to help, so if you don't get to contribute or volunteer this time, there will be more parties in the future!

Due to the small space in the classroom, all parents and siblings cannot be accommodated at the party. However, the school costume parade will be at 1:30PM, in the front of the school. ALL are welcome to watch the kids show off their costumes as they walk to the rectory for a special treat.

If you are taking your child home after the parade, please make sure to inform Mrs. Lebron ahead of time. Please do not take them directly from the parade line, please sign them out after they have returned to the classroom to retrieve their belongings.


Thank you!

- Jen Wiggins and Michelle Mangapit

(If something comes up that you can no longer contribute, please let one of us know, as soon as possible: Tiger9_mich@yahoo.com or jeh243@gmail.com)

Mystery Reader

Our Mystery Reader was Mrs.Monaco!

She read two stories to our class and brought in a cookie treat!

The first story was a personalized story book titled "Francesca and the Magic Shoes".

The second story was "Creepy Pair Of Underwear" by Aaron Reynolds.

Our Mystery Reader this week gave us five clues to help us guess who they were...

1. I have brown hair.

2. I have four kids.

3. I make medicine for sick people.

4. I love walking to Red Berry.

5. My favorite song to dance to is "Party in the USA".

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Mystery Reader

Our Mystery Reader this week gave us five clues to help us guess who they were...

1. I was born on the Feast of St.John the Baptist.

2. I am a teacher in a different school.

3. I was baptized by Monsignor Shoemaker in 2012.

4. My favorite Flower is a dahlia.

5. I am having a baby in December!

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Our Mystery Reader was Mrs.Kloc!

She read two stories to our class and brought in a cookie treat!

The first story was "Chumpkin" by Lisa Funari Willever

and the second story was "Pumpkin Town!" by Katie McKy.

Prayer Partners

Kindergarten A and Kindergarten B met up with our 5th grade prayer partners for the first time.

We gathered around the sacred statue of Mary, in front of the school, and prayed a decade of the rosary together.

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We finished our 7 Days of Creation!

On the first day of creation God said, "let there be light".

On the second day of creation God said, "let there be clouds and seas".

On the third day of creation God said," let there be dry land with plants and trees".

On the fourth day of creation God said, "let there be a sun, moon, and stars".

On the fifth day of creation God said, "let there be creatures in the sky and sea".

On the sixth day of creation God said, " let there be land animals. Let us make man in our image".

On the seventh day of creation God said, "all He had made was very good and then He rested".

Math Game Day

Students reviewed numbers 0- 5 and were introduced to our new math topic.

In our new topic, Topic 3, students will be focusing on numbers 6 to 10. Students will learn to count, trace, and free write numerals 0 to 10. Students will show how to represent different quantities of objects using a ten-frame and master the concept of one-to-one correspondence.

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Scholastic Book Fair

Students previewed the Book Fair, created their wish-lists, and then had time to shop!

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Disciple of the Month

Congratulations to Jacinta Thomas, our Disciple of the Month for the month of September!

The virtue for September was Faith; believing in God and all He has revealed.

"Faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen."

-Hebrews 11:1

It's Fall Y'all

KA is happy to welcome our new season of Fall with tree paintings!

Students traced their own hands for the tree trunk and cut them out. They then painted leaves on and falling off of the tree. Students also wrote about all of the different colors that they see during this beautiful season.

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All About Me Posters

Students took the posters home to be completed with the help of their families. We learned a lot about one another when sharing the posters!

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Assemblies

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Bus Safety

Pennsbury School District sent their Yellow Bird Players to give our Kindergarten and 1st grade students bus safety tips and tricks!

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NOVA Bullying Awareness Workshop

Mrs.Hayes visited KA to talk to us about what bullying is, how to properly reporting bullying, and how to be an UPSTANDER instead of a bystander.

Drones

We learned about the science behind how drones work and all of the different ways that we can use drones.

Reminders

*Be on the look out for our new High Frequency Word "the" to add to your student's Word Card Rings.

*Please check our KA Class Calendar on our webpage daily for homework, reminders, etc.

Seminarian Mr.Eric Reyes

Mr.Reyes will be meeting with our class every Thursday from now until the end of October.

He will be speaking to the class about their prayers, virtues of the month, creation, guardian angels, and so much more.

We are very blessed to have him in our class!

Media Center With Mrs.Schmidt

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After reading the book The Dot by Peter Reynolds, Kindergarten students colored their own dots and used the Quiver app to see it in 3D.

A Note From Our

Pre-Student Teacher Miss.Rudd

Pre-Student Teaching Introduction Letter to Parent.docx

Back To School Night

Slide Show

Thank you to all of the families that came out to Back To School Night, we are going to have a great school year!

-If you are interested in signing up to be a chaperone, you must have all of your clearances up-to-date and I will add your name to the list. Once our field trips get closer, I will choose at random our parent chaperones from the list of volunteers.

-If you are interested in signing up to bring in pretzel rods or another peanut/tree-nut free snack for the students to have in the classroom, please let me know and I will add you to the list as well.

2019-2020 Back To School Night

First Day of KA Pictures

2019-2020 Picture Lead In
Meet Your Teacher Day Updates
2019-2020 Meet Your Teacher Letter

Sean Marriott Day

The school came together to show support for one of our students Sean Marriott. We wore our Sean Day shirts, enjoyed a pizza lunch, and prayed a live Rosary for Sean and his family.

Camden Adventure Aquarium

K Aquarium..mov

It was a fun day out of the classroom as a class learning about ocean life! A special thank you to our 4 parent chaperones that came with us on the trip:

Mrs. Olga Hogan, Mrs. Kelly Capuano, Mrs. Jessica Gallardo, and Ms.Christine O'Connor.