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Kindergarten Team. Kindergarten Teachers. MS. Analicia Ramos Gifted Bilingual/Room 002A Mr. David Araujo IB/Room 003 Mrs. Kelly Schoenecker IB /Room 001 Mr. Roberto Martinez Bilingual/Room 004. Social Skills. Be independent Clean up after him or herself

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kindergarten teachers
Kindergarten Teachers
  • MS. Analicia Ramos Gifted Bilingual/Room 002A
  • Mr. David Araujo IB/Room 003
  • Mrs. Kelly Schoenecker IB /Room 001
  • Mr. Roberto Martinez Bilingual/Room 004
social skills
Social Skills
  • Be independent
  • Clean up after him or herself
  • Repeat his full name, address, phone number, and birthday
  • Separate from parents easily
  • Manage bathroom needs
  • Dress him or her
  • Express need for help
  • Play independently or focus on one activity with a friend for up to fifteen minutes
social skills continue d
Social Skills Continued
  • Wear uniform
  • Share
  • Take turns
  • Participate in Physical Education activities
  • Participate in Art and Music Activities
listening skills
  • Follow directions
  • Listen well
  • Raise hand and wait to speak
  • Act on instruction and repeat spoken directions
  • Engage in question and answer dialogue with classmates and teachers
  • Work as a team on projects or problem solving
language arts
Language arts
  • Your child should track words left to right
  • Listen to a story without interrupting
  • Retell story including B/M/E details
  • Know story elements: Character, Setting, Plot, Predicting, summarizing, making connections, inferring, fiction/non-fiction
  • Recognize upper and lowercase letters (A-Z).
  • Know initial consonant sounds and sound patterns to read words (for example f+an = fan; r+an = ran)
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Language arts
  • Try to sound out words
  • Recognize some common sight words, like “stop”
  • Read sight words including color words.
  • Identify rhyming words.
  • Print legibly first and last name.
  • Read and write simple sentences using sight words and phonetic spelling.
  • Sort and classify objects using more than one attribute
  • Recognize and print 1-100.
  • Count orally to 100 by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s
  • Know the numbers and number words one to ten
  • Know the days of the week
  • Months of the year
  • Use graphs to gather information
  • Understand position and location relationships (top/bottom, near/far, before/behind)
  • Compare quantities by estimating, weighing, and measuring
  • Recognize patterns and shapes
  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Tell time to the hour
  • Know the name of each coin and value (Penny, nickel, dime and quarter)
  • Balanced Literacy Phonics/ Readers’ workshop/ and Writers’ workshop
  • Math – Trailblazers
  • Science- Foss (Weather, Animals, Senses & Fabric)
  • Social Studies- (Rules, All about me, Homes, Feelings)
  • IB Program
  • Common Core
  • Assessments
ib learner profiles
IB Learner Profiles
  • Inquirers
  • Reflective
  • Open-minded
  • Caring
  • Communicators
  • Knowledgeable
  • Thinkers
  • Principled
  • Risk-takers
  • Balanced

International Baccalaureate Units

  • Who we are
  • Where we are in time and place
  • How we express ourselves
  • How the world works
  • How we organize ourselves
  • How we share the planet
  • Reading- Dibbles Next
  • Reading -3D
  • REACH-CPS Framework
  • Teacher and school created assessments
homework and folder
Homework and Folder
  • Homework is given at least four times a week.
  • Read with your child daily.
  • Please check this folder EVERY night for homework, letters from the teacher, and important papers from the school. This folder should also be sent to school EVERY day with the student. Please make sure that your student’s homework is and completed.
grading scale
Grading Scale
  • W = Well Developed
  • P = Partially Developed
  • B = Beginning to Develop
  • / = Not taught yet
  • If your child will be absent from school please call and let us know that he/she will not be attending school that day. Upon their return to class please send the teacher a note with the reason why your student was absent. Until the teacher receives a note the absence will be marked as unexcused.
  • All students need to come to school with their proper uniform. Girls must wear a white or blue shirt, a navy blue skirt or navy blue school pants. Boys must wear a white or blue shirt and navy blue school pants.
best way to connect with us
Best way to connect with Us…
  • Pulaski International School – 773-553-4391
  • Before 9:00 a.m.
  • After 4:00 p.m.