Mrs. Ellis' Kindergarten Class

Mrs. Ellis' Kindergarten Class
This is a site for Mrs. Ellis' Full Day Kindergarten class information.

Mrs. Ellis' Kindergarten Class

To contact me please call- 425-837-7567 or e-mail ellisp@issaquah.wednet.edu

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Schedule of upcoming events:

Student spirit day: May 30th: Crazy Hair Day...How crazy can you make your hair? NO wigs! Make your own hair crazy. You can dye (temporary, check with parents) your hair!

Student Store:$.50 items: space shuttle earasers, pens, 3D eraser

                        $.75 item: space shuttle sharpeners

 

Student Store Date and Spirit Days

    Student Store                Spirit Days

March 28th                    March 28th: Mixed Match Day

    April 18th                      April 18th: Mixed Up Sock and

    May 30th                                      Shoe Day

        May30th: Crazy Hair Day

Literature News

Literature we are enjoying:

The Quilt Story by Tony Johnston

The Jellybeans and the Big Dance by Laura Numeroff

Just Like Floss by Kim Lewis

non-fiction books about Planets

Moon by Melanie Mitchell

A Tiger Cub Grows Up by Joan Hewett

Tops and Bottoms by Janet Stevens

Have You Filled a Bucket Today? A guide to daily happiness for kids by Carol McCloud.

A Chair for My Mother by Vera B. Williams

Big Bad Bruce by Bill Peet

Sylvester and the Magic Pebble by William Steig

Two of Everything by Lily Toy Hong

Birthday Zoo by Deborah Lee Rose and Lynn Munsinger

Science Close-Up Crystals

Science Close-up Gemstones

Swing, Swing, Swing by Gail Tuchman

Duck on a Bike by David Shannon

No, David by David Shannon

David Goes to School by David Shannon

It's Christmas, David! by David Shannon

Mossy by Jan Brett

Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman

Boundless Grace by Mary Hoffman

Two in a Pocket by Robin Ravilious

My Friend is Sad by Mo Willems

A House for Hermit Crab by Eric Carle

Ponyella by Laura Numeroff

Using these texts students are:

  1.     Making text to self connections
  2.     Informally identify important ideas in a story
  3.     Answer questions to understand the story
  4.         Using the sequence of events to retell stories.
  5.         Visualizing and describing things that a text 

      brings to mind. 

 

Specialist Schedule

Specialists:

Monday: Music - 12:45

 Tuesday: P.E. - 12:15

Wednesday: Music - 11:45

Thursday: P.E. - 12:15

Friday: Library - 12:45

Classroom Rules

Classroom Expectations:

  1. Make good decisions
  2. Solve the problem
  3. Show respect