“De regreso a la escuela” Lista de Utiles del estudiante

Centro de Jardίn de Niños Mary D. Lang

“De regreso a la escuela” Lista de Utiles del estudiante

Queridos Padres,

A continuación les presentamos la lista de utiles del Jardίn de Niños del ciclo escolar 2016-2017 si es posible que tenga listos lo utiles el o antes de martes 6 de septiembre. ¡No olvide escribir el nombre de su hijo/a su mochila y a su lochera!


Maestras del Jardίn de Niños

Debe tener:

**Mochila (lo suficiente grande para mantener un carpeta 9 x 12”)

2 cajas de crayolas de 24 piezas cada una (tamaño regular)

1 caja de marcadores de Crayola de 8 piezas)

1 docena de làpices Ticonderoga

Tijeras seguras para niños

8 barras de Elmer pegamento

caja para lapices (no un paquete con cierre)

Opcional (uso en el salón):

4 marcadores (Expo Dry Erase)

1 caja de Pañuelos

1 caja de acuarelas

4 gomas de borrar

bolsas ziploc (tamaño de un ¼ y de Sandwich)

toallas de bebé

toallas de papel

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Clem Bowen Comes to the Kindergarten Center

On Monday June 13, Kindergarten students were treated to an assembly that had them laughing, listening, singing, and dancing! Clem Bowen, singer and storyteller, brought his exciting stories to Mary D Lang Kindergarten Center to round out a fantastic kindergarten year! Mr. Bowen played enthusiastically played instruments and told stories that kept the students (and adults) engaged.


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Students Donate to Tri-State Bird Rescue and Hillary Taylor

When Mrs. Jeri Ramagnano told her students that they were having a baby shower for baby birds/critters, they didn’t hesitate! Students brought in paper towels, toilet paper, Lysol, Ziploc bags, cotton balls, distilled water, unflavored Pedialyte, and rubber gloves. The baby shower was held by Wild Birds Unlimited of Hockessin, DE.

The Tri-State Bird Rescue and one individual, Hillary Taylor, take in orphaned and injured birds and other small critters and rehabilitate them. They care for these animals until they are able to take care of themselves. When the animals are able to feed themselves again, they are released back into the wild. The supplies that the students donated will help the staff and volunteers care for the animals.


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Parent Survey Responses Requested

The Kennett Consolidated School District is asking parents and guardians of students at Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center to give the District feedback on their overall experience this year.

We look forward to your honest feedback and thank you for all of the support you have provided this year. Please find the links below and encourage others to participate in the survey.

English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SWQSKB9

Spanish/Español: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ST6TL5Q

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Young Authors Publish Their First Chapter Books

Two students in Mrs. Jeri Ramagnano’s kindergarten class have done something phenomenal. They wrote their own chapter books.

During the week, students were given time to write on their own about a top of their choice. They created a front cover, illustrations, and chapters. If you want to know anything about volcanoes or who works, the two girls pictured below have written books on the topics!

For Ana Kelly Ochoa and Macey Brown it was an exciting experience. “I loved writing the chapter book,” exclaimed Macey. Ana Kelly added that writing the chapter books “was fun!”

Everyone at Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center is very proud of the students’ hard work and creativity.

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Counting Down in ABC Order!

That doesn’t sound right, or does it? At the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center it makes perfect sense!

Starting Tuesday, May 10, students will begin counting down their awesome year of kindergarten using the letters of the alphabet! The School Spirit Committee created a calendar of events that corresponds to a letter of the alphabet. The students have worked so hard this year that the teachers want to make the end of their kindergarten year a special memory!

Whereas the days are meant to be a ton of fun, they are not mandatory. The activities are not meant to bring on any extra work for the adults at home so be creative and use what you have!26 days part 1

26 days part 2

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ESL Students Go to the Market!

While studying about markets, ESL students at the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center were surprised when they entered their classroom one morning to see it had been transformed into a working supermarket. Imagine the excitement for students to see vegetables, fruits, bags, boxes, and even a cash register awaiting their exploration! The sweet sounds of students singing songs about vegetables and baskets in English is only matched by the whir of the pretend cash register! Students were introduced to money, English vocabulary words surrounding a supermarket, and also using conversational phrases such as, “How may I help you?” “Did you find what you were looking for?” “How much does this cost?” In particular, students learned how to interact in a store setting. They used appropriate volume, eye contact, and dialogue.

When asked how this interactive, hands-on lesson inspires her students, ESL teacher Maryanne Heckenberger states, “Students are engaged at a higher level and they are also comfortable telling their teachers, peers, and families about their experiences at the market.”



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Mary D Lang Kindergartners Show Off Their Green Thumbs

Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center is participating in annual Earth Day celebrations by vowing to take care of our Earth and keep it clean! At the monthly spirit assembly, students were given a lesson in reducing, reusing, and recycling.

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At Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center, we do not just talk about what we will do, we all put our words into action! Students and staff are actively starting seeds in their classrooms to plant in raised bed gardens located outside of the school’s playground on Cedar Street. The school’s Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Kourtney Phillips and the Helping Hands Committee, are cultivating this initiative. Students are so excited to help their community. All of the food that is harvested will be incorporated into the lunches at school when it is harvested.

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Kindergarten Students Talk Numbers!

Math classes at the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center have become a little chatty this year. With guidance from the University of Delaware, teachers were trained on how to give students the time, opportunity, and ability to think about numbers using the Number Talk model. Students follow a routine during each 10-minute session: They are given an image to look at.  The images increase in difficulty and vary depending on the skills desired as the year progresses. The students are then given a few quiet moments to think about what they have seen. After everyone has an opportunity to formulate their thoughts, the fun begins! Students offer their explanations (talking about numbers) of the number of dots they saw. They record their responses on paper, on small whiteboards, or on the classroom’s whiteboards. The increase in the students’ computation skills as a whole has proven that giving students time to think about numbers is an effective strategy.

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