Websites for Kindergarten Practice and Reinforcement of Skills:
Kids A-Z https://www.kidsa-z.com/main/Login
Spelling City https://www.spellingcity.com/users/LKuczmanski
Miss Lara Kuczmanski
p: 317-786-4013 ext. 209
Miss Erynn Lewis
for Miss Kuczmanski
Below is a listing of the topics and lessons St. Mark Kindergarten students will cover in Miss Kuczmanski's Kindergarten class at St. Mark Catholic School.
- Students will participate in weekly liturgy and daily prayer in the Catholic tradition.
- Students will develop an understanding of our own uniqueness as a gift from God.
- Students will learn to see the reflection of God in others in our daily interactions.
- Students will practice phonological awareness activities to demonstrate an understanding and to apply knowledge of spoken words, syllables, and sounds.
- Students will have exposure to fiction and nonfiction text to build an understanding of the written word.
- Students will build vocabulary by listening and actively participating in group discussions about various topics.
- Students will practice writing effectively for a variety of tasks, purposes, and audiences.
- Students will count to 100 by ones and tens and count on from a given number.
- Students will recognize, count, write, and compare numbers 1-20.
- Students will use objects, drawing, and images to represent addition and subtraction.
- Students will compare and model two and three dimensional shapes.
- Students will identify, sort, and classify objects by size, number, and other attributes.
- Students will learn to become a responsible citizen inside and outside the classroom.
- Students will examine connections from the past to their environment by becoming aware and participating in various holidays, celebrations, and traditions.
- Students will develop an understanding and appreciation for following classroom rules as a means of keeping themselves and others safe.
- Students will observe, manipulate, sort and generate questions about objects and their physical properties.
- Students will observe, record, and recognize patterns and generate questions about night and day and the seasons.
- Students will observe plants and animals to compare and contrast their characteristics and ask questions about them.