June Calendar of Events and Newsletter
May 22 - Science Exploration
Students will be working to understand the impact of the sun on ice. Please return permission slip regarding popsicles. Parent volunteer needed.
Monday, May 22 - Guest Readers - Burlington High School Spanish students visit and read with us. Bring a book from home!
Friday, May 26 - Science and Engineering Challenges
Parent volunteers welcome.
Friday, May 26 - Guest Readers - Parents and community members are invited to read with us! Bring a book from home to share.
Friday, June 2 - Field Games
We will participate in some field games and relay races! Please pack an extra water or two as we may be very hot!
Friday, June 2 - Guest Readers- BHS seniors and former Pine Glen students will visit and read with us. Bring a book from home!
Friday, June 9 -Guest Readers - Parents and community members are invited to read with us! Bring a book from home to share.
Thursday, June 15 - Family Gathering
We are preparing for a mini singing concert and are getting our books ready to share. We are very excited about having all parents visit our classroom. We hope you all can come. (12:30-1:00) please sign in at the office before coming to our classroom.
Friday, June 16 - Guest Readers - Parents and community members are invited to read with us! Bring a book from home to share.
Monday, June 19th –
Bingo and 2nd Grade Reading Partners- Please allow your child to bring a book they would like to share with their 2nd grade friends.
Tuesday, June 20th - Movie Voting
Please bring in a “G” rated movie today so we can vote on what we will watch on Thursday, June 22.
Tuesday, June 20th - Kindergarten Water Day Please send your child to school with a bathing suit, towel, some type of shoe that can be worn in the water, and some type of cover-up. Also, please apply sunscreen to your child before sending them to school.
Wednesday, June 21st- Bring a board game
Please allow your child to choose 1 game to bring to school. Please make sure the game is labeled and your child KNOWS how to play the game. Board games will be sent home on Thursday, 6/22.
Thursday, June 22nd – Movie Day
Please have your child bring in their favorite “G” rated movie on Tuesday, June 20th. We will have a class vote on which movie we should watch. In addition, we will be sending home a special “Party in a bag” so we can celebrate the end of the school year.
Friday, June 23rd- Last day of school
This will be a half day. Dismissal is usually @ 11:30 am. A note will go home with specifics closer to the last day. If your child will be riding the bus home it will be with all the other elementary students. We will not be going to lunch. Please pack your child a peanut free snack and drink. As always you are welcome to pick up your child on this day, you will have to follow the morning drop off routine to pick up your child.
It seems hard to believe that another school year is coming to a close, and that another group of children is moving on. We have enjoyed your child very much, and we appreciated this opportunity to share in his/her growth over the past months. We hope we have fostered a secure transition into elementary school for your child. We have attached a schedule of events for the days ahead.
The month of June is a short academic month. We still have many things to tackle, but our time is quickly coming to an end!
In Language Arts, we will continue with our daily Fundations program, and we will be doing a great deal of creative writing. The children will be writing and illustrating “End of the Year Books” as they think about and record their memories of this first school year.
In Math, we will have a celebration of numbers, which will give us the opportunity to review all of our math skills. We will also be working on Topics 14 & 15 in our EnVision Math Program. These two topics are a continuation of our shape study and a transition to grade 1 material.
In Science, we will explore the impact of the sun upon us and engineer and test some theories about ice cubes and how to keep a popsicle from melting. We will address a Water Unit. This unit will expose the children to the importance of this natural resource, and the need to conserve and protect our supplies. We end our year with our Kindergarten Water Day!
We are most appreciative of the constant support we have had from parents this year. We realize that we ask a great deal of parents, and we recognize the contributing role you play in the success of our program and your child’s education.
THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT. It has made our year an enjoyable one.