Kindergarten

Kindergarten Supply list

  • Large book bag to fit a chromebook, folders and papers

  • 2 Ticonderoga beginner pencils

  • 4 glue sticks

  • 1 box of crayons 8 colors

  • 4 dry erase markers and eraser

  • Folder for work completed in school

  • headphones in a ziploc bag

  • Composition book

  • 1 box of tissues

  • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer

  • 1 refillable water bottle

  • Extra clothes underwear, socks, pants, shirt in case of an accident.

 

Ms. Matarazzo

Mrs. Nonamaker

Mrs. Rinaldi 

Mrs. Rose 

Mrs. Scovill

Mrs. Simoes ESL

Reading Expectations:

Students will:

  • Recognize some letters of the alphabet

  • Recognize some sounds of letters

  • Point to words in a book and pictures, turn pages

  • Identify rhyming words

  • Blend sounds together orally /c//a//t/

 

Math Expectations:

Students will:

  • Count to 20

  • Recognize some numbers up to 20 but should know 1 to 5

  • Count out objects up to 5

  • Recognize some basic shapes

  • Match numbers from 1 to 5 with groups of objects

Writing Expectations:

Students will:

  • Hold a pencil and crayon correctly

  • Write first name using a capital letter at the beginning and lower case letters

  • Write some letters and numbers

  • Draw a picture to a prompt

Social Emotional Expectations:

Students will:

  • Follow directions

  • Take turns

  • Display self control when disappointed or corrected

  • Take care of self care buttoning, zippering, toileting

  • Get along with others

  1. Practice sharing, taking turns, and cooperating with others.

  2. Practice self-help skills (using the bathroom, washing hands, dressing self, zipping zippers, buttoning buttons, tying shoelaces, putting on their own jackets, cleaning up after self, using tissues and asking for help when needed).

  3. Practice following simple directions and expectations.

  4. Practice recognizing name in print. This will help your child find their cubby, coat hook, desk, etc.

  5. Practice using scissors, glue, markers, pencils and crayons.

  6. Look at books, listen to stories, practice nursery rhymes and rhyming songs.

  7. Practice recognizing letters, letter sounds and numbers.

  8. Try new things and interact with other children and adults.

Typical Kindergarten Schedule

  • Morning Meeting/Circle Time
  • English Language Arts Whole Group and Small Group

  • Fundations (Phonemic Awareness & Phonics)

  • Science

  • Math Whole Group and Small Group

  • Intervention

  • Specials (Art, Music, Library, Physical Education, Computer Lab)

  • Recess and Lunch 

Generali Elementary School
3196 E. Main St
Waterbury, CT 06705
Phone: (203)574-8174

Fax: (203)574-6719