Mrs. Miller's 4-Year-Old Kindergarten Class


Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn -    Benjamin Franklin

Math Tips for Home...

Count everything! Children need to know that numbers relate to things no matter their size – that the number tells how many. Count blocks, forks, steps, socks, noodles, etc. Count forward and backward.
Look for numbers in the environment and talk about them: look for them on signs, on buildings, on phones, on remotes, etc. Don’t just throw away junk mail and flyers – have your children use them as number search pages (for example, put a circle around each 7 that you find).

Reading Tips for Home...
Make Reading A Part Of Your Family Time! 
Family time is so important. Why not make reading part of this valuable time with your kids?  Here are some tips for integrating reading into your daily family activities:

  • Read bedtime stories
  • Play a board game
  • Visit your local library
  • Read a recipe and cook something yummy together!
  • Create a comfy reading space in your home.
  • Put your child in charge of reading the grocery list at the store.

We follow the Good Start Grow Smart Standards. If you would like to have a better look google Good Start Grow Smart and click on the first link. This site gives you expectations for 3 and 5 year old children as well.


Here are two websites the children use at school for educational games.

You may want to allow your child to play these at home.


*Nov. 5th Daylight Savings Time Change

*Nov. 7th  Election Day (No School)

*Nov. 10th Veteran’s Day program

*Nov. 14th Big Air Spirit Night

*Nov. 15th Early Release Day 11:30 am

*Nov. 16th Popcorn sold

*Nov. 22-24 Thanksgiving Holidays

*Nov. 29th Terrific Kids reception 8:15

*Dec. 5th  Christmas program

*Dec. 8th Photos with Santa