Welcome to Kindergarten!


I am looking forward to a fun successful year with your child.

Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns.

mollyfne@leeschools.net or 239-458-0033


**Please click on the links to the right for additional information**



*Field Day- March 15th

*Spring Pictures- March 16th  

*Spring Break- March 17-25

*Easter Egg Hunt- Thursday, March 29th



***Fun Friday Treat***

Jalyssa- March 16th

Gabriella- April 6th 





Fourth Quarter Kindergarten Skills





      Numbers 20 and Beyond


       2D and 3D Shapes


         Data Collection


                      Counting to 100 by 1s, 10s, and counting on from any given number


           Calendar-identify days, month and year on a calendarAddition fluency within 5


0+0=0, 0+1=1, 0+2=2, 0+3=3, 0+4=4, 0+5=5,  1+0=1, 1+1=2, 1+2=3, 1+3=4, 1+4=5, 2+0=2, 2+1=3, 2+2=4, 2+3=5, 3+0=3, 3+1=4, 3+2=5, 4+0=4, 4+1=5, 5+0=5


Subtraction fluency within 5


0-0=0, 1-0=1, 1-1=0, 2-0=2, 2-1=1, 2-2=0, 3-0=3, 3-1=2, 3-2=1, 3-3=0, 4-0=4, 4-1=3, 4-2=2,    


4-3=1, 4-4=0, 5-0=5, 5-1=4, 5-2=3, 5-3=2, 5-4=1, 5-5=0






Sight words: what, said, was, where, come, came, big, went, if, now, ride, just, good, some, into, too, want, very, over, your



Writing a question.  Capital letter at the beginning only, finger spaces between words,    


question mark at the end and being able to draw a picture that matches the sentence.



Phonograms/dictation: ur, wor, ear, ng, ea, aw, au, or, ck, wh, ed, ew, ui, oa



Phonemic Awareness—Manipulate sounds in words– ex. Say pen, change the /p/ to /t/.  Say the new word– ten.



 Phonemic Awareness—Syllables, blend words with beginning blends



Spelling CVC words—(consonant/vowel/consonant) ex. cat






Classroom Supplies “Wish List”


*These are items we use throughout the year that are optional. We appreciate any of these items you can send in.


Thank you!


-Sandwich/Quart/Gallon Size Bags


-Baby Wipes


-Cotton Balls


-Hand Sanitizer


-Animal Crackers/Pretzels/Cereal/Goldfish


-Brown & White Paper bags




-Plastic spoons and forks


-Paper plates, bowls, cups


Daily Class Schedule

8:30-9:05 Breakfast and Bell Work

9:05-9:45 Word Wall and Calendar

9:45-10:25 Writing

10:25-11:10 Specials

11:10-12:10 Math

12:12-12:37 Lunch

12:39-12:59 Recess

1-2:30 Literacy Block

2:30-3 Read Aloud/ Science and Social Studies

3-3:05 Pack up



Ways to help your child practice at home:

1. Hang up the sight words cards on their wall or door once they are mastered

2. When you are in the car, ask them beginning sounds of things they see, rhyming words, count syllables in words, count how many trucks they see in 1 minute...

3. Have them sort laundry by color and/or size

4. Set goals (Once they meet their goal, they can earn something)

5. Have them explain their work and homework to you as if they were the teacher


School Information Below


Bell Times: 8:55-3:10 (Doors open at 8:30)

Breakfast: Your child must go directly to the cafeteria to get breakfast before coming to class. They will eat in the room and must finish by the 8:55 bell.

Planner: Your child will bring their planner home daily. Please check it and sign it every day as this will be our main communication. I will check it in the morning for any notes and/or lunch money. I will also send test scores, weekly skills to practice at home, and any other important information in it. 

Homework: I will send the weekly homework packet home on Monday and it is due in full by Friday. Please also practice Spalding Phonograms and the Ball Words nightly. (Links to the left)

Snack: We do not have a specific time for snack. Students receive snacks throughout the day. Please do not pack individual snacks. We will take class donations of store-bought items throughout the year (pretzels, animal crackers, goldfish, cereal). Please be sure to let me know if your child has ANY ALLERGIES!

Uniform: Please make sure yor child is dressed in school wide uniform attire and color. On Friday, students may wear a Diplomat Theme Shirt (Can be purchased at the school store).

Dismissal: For the safety of your child, I need a written note if your child is changing the way they go home at any time. Please send in the yellow piece of paper.