Room K-3


 


 

A Little About Me...

This will be my 13th year at Standing Bear Elementary.  I have three children, Tyler, Riley and Katelyn.  Even though the youngest is 18 now, they are a huge inspiration to me and I love being their mom!  Several years ago I completed my Masters in Early Childhood Education through Concordia University.  I am looking forward to being your teacher and another wonderful year at Standing Bear!

To send email click on
jana.long@ops.org
 

Learning Links


StandingBear.ops.org/LEARNINGLINKS/tabid/332/Default.aspx 

Click on the link above to access Standing Bear's Learning Links.  This is your "one stop shop" for Language arts, Math.

 

 

 

 

 August 8th -6:00-7:00 Parent Information Night

(in your child's classroom). No students please.


August 12th -6:00-7:00 Back to School Night!


August 14th -First Day of Kindergarten!


August 30th -No School/Teacher Planning Day




 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 






 

 Kindergarten Daisy Words

September:
    white, red, green, orange, blue, black, purple, brown, yellow

October:
    a, the, that, my, like, I, said, and, look, an, to

November:
    can, if, at, it, up, on, us, in, we, are, see, is

December:
    am, you, not, for, so, go, this, no, me, as

January:
    have, was, he, be, she, of, with, has, do, or, did

February:
    all, had, out, too, yes, now, then, his, him, will, mom, man

March:
    ran, run, play, say, day, sit, sat, got, get, eat, by, how

April:
    read, jump, ball, girl, boy, put, her, they, went, come, saw

May:
    what, now, find, make, good, down, help, off, take



Bonus words (adds a sun to your child’s cloud—good anytime):
    zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten

Character Counts




Character Counts at Standing Bear!
At Standing Bear we strive for great character.  We acknowledge Cubs of the Week and Cubs of the Month.  

 

Pre Kindergarten Skills

 

     

You and your child can ensure readiness for kindergarten by working on these following pre-school skills over the summer:

    * Writing first and last name using capital and lower case letters
    * Reciting phone number, address, parents' names and birthday
    *  Naming colors and five shapes
    * Being able to snap, button, zip and tie, being able to gallop, hop, skip and jump
    *  Counting to 20, recognizing numbers to 10
    * Recognizing alphabet letters
    * Using pencil, crayons and scissors correctly

    * Drawing a person, and creating two and three-part patterns