Kindergarten: BeeHive Curriculum Update

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Important Dates to Remember:

  • April 2nd                                  Field Trip to Boggy Farms 8:30-11:30am
  • April 6-13th                            School Closed for Passover Break
  • May 1st                                    Early Release:  Professional Development
  • May 3rd                                   Mothers and Fathers Day Breakfast 8:15-9:15am
  • May 10th                                 Kinder Musical Performance 6:15pm
  • May 11th                                  Portfolio Day, No School
  • May 30th                                 Kinder Celebration 2:00pm
  • May 31st                                   Last Day of School, Early Release

                                General Studies Activities:

                                               Dr. Seuss

  • Created Dr. Seuss hats
  • Made Oobleck
  • Rhyming Practic
  • Read a variety of Dr. Seuss books

                                             Mitzvah Project

  • Made Build-A-Bears
  • Had a visit from an EMS team
  • Donated the leftover money to the Lukemia and Lympona Society, which the whole school participated in


  • Purim themed writer’s workshop stories
  • Wore costumes
  • Made crowns and baskets
  • Participated in various Purim themed activities

                                            Nursery Rhymes

  • Twinkle, Twinkle
  • Mary had a Little Lamb
  • Hickory Dickory Dock
  • Jack Be Nimble
  • Little Miss Muffet
  • Jack and Jill                
  • Humpty Dumpty

                                                  Farm Unit

  • Prior knowledge discussion about farms
  • Made a list of what we want to find out about farms
  • Made barn mobiles
  • Planted seeds
  • Made bread from grain
  • The Little Red Hen
  • No, No Titus
  • Story Maps
  • Animal adjectives
  • Treasure Book art and writing
  • Reenacting and sequencing farm stories
  • Texas songs
  • Poetry introductions

Questions to ask your child:

  1. When do you know it is spring?
  2. What nursery rhyme was your favorite?
  3. Which objects did you test with a blow dryer to see how far they would blow?



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