Instructor: Mrs. Young
Kindergarten is a place to sing, dance, laugh and most of all learn! Please see Gingerbread Man the Movie under podcast down below...new photos for December.
Newsletters/please click on month to download the newsletter.
I hope that everyone has had a fine Thanksgiving. We have had a very busy month. First, we have completed the letter sounds for the following letters: l, d, ng, f, a, v, p, u, qu, o, m, r, t, b, g, ch, sh, s, z, th, k, th, n and j. Next, we have studied the Pilgrims and the Wampanoags. We have learned how they made houses called Wetus and helped the Pilgrims when they had first arrived here. The …
Dear Parents:We continue to work on our Lively Letter songs and letters: p, b = lip puffers, f, v= lip biters, k, g= choking sounds, s, z= skinny air sound, t, d= tongue tappers, th (one of the h brothers), m, n, sh, r, j, u, o .. and our vowel a (the big juicy apple).....We make words in shaving crčme (Yes, I know you were wondering what we would be doing with that!!!) and in salt or on white …
I can not believe that September has already past!!!!We have been working on our Lively Letters, apples, float and sink, numbers from 1-5 and many other concepts.I would like to thank all of you for your generous contributions of supplies!!The children have gotten into the routine and seem to be enjoying themselves. I know we are going to have a fantastic year.Remember, if you have any comments …
Videos and Podcasts
The Gingerbread Man the MovieThe Gingerbread Man the Movie
Remember to check these sites before your child as they change!!!
- Bossy R Bossy R
- Count to 100 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TgLtF3PMOc&list=PLNZicP9ak6L-u4YAizxTqNOFrx8ap9PHp&index=2&t=0s
Long vowel sounds and Diagraphs
Date Uploaded: 01/08/2014
Date Uploaded: 11/25/2013
Silent e Song
Date Uploaded: 01/04/2013
20 High Frequency Word Practice
Date Uploaded: 12/19/2012
Degrees and Certifications:
My name is Linda Young and I teach kindergarten. I have taught first and second grade and have developed and taught a program called "Arts in the Attic". "Arts in the Attic" brought language arts, science, and social studies together with art, drama and music.
Teaching has always been my passion and I am thankful that I get to do what I love. Imagine, I am witness to children who read for the first time! The widening of their eyes says it all.
My mission for the class mirrors the Winthrop Public School’s Core Values which are: "To develop high self-esteem in all students, to respect human differences, to encourage high academic achievement from all students and to support the centrality of the classroom." It is my hope to achieve and instill these values in a fun, happy and exciting way.