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Kindergarten Curriculum Night. Mrs. Bouchillon. Language Arts. Speak in complete sentences Identify and produce rhyming words Identify words with the same beginning sounds Blend and break words apart by syllables and individual sounds (such as cat, c-a-t). Language Arts.

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Language arts
Language Arts

  • Speak in complete sentences

  • Identify and produce rhyming words

  • Identify words with the same beginning sounds

  • Blend and break words apart by syllables and individual sounds (such as cat, c-a-t).

Language arts1
Language Arts

  • Identify all uppercase and lowercase alphabet letters and identify and produce all letter sound relationships.

  • Identify 15 sight words by middle of the year and 35 words by the end of the year.


  • Developmental Reading Assessment

  • Unseen text

  • Oral reading (ability to call the words on the page)

  • Fluency (speed & expression or intonation),

  • Retelling/comprehension (ability to share or retell the story to a friend who has never seen/heard/read the text)

  • Expectations by of end of year is to read a DRA level 4 (fiction and non-fiction)


  • Plan a first draft by generating ideas for writing through class discussion

  • Develop drafts by sequencing the action of details in the story

  • Share writing with others

  • Dictate or write information for lists, captions, or invitations


  • Geometry

  • Algebraic Reasoning

  • Numeration

  • Measurement

  • Our mathematics curriculum spirals each grading period.


  • Follow safety rules.

  • Use science tools to participate in simple experiments.

  • Identify the states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas.

  • Observe and describe a variety of rocks and soil such as clay and sand.


  • Distinguish between living and nonliving things.

  • Identify basic needs of organisms such as food, water, air, and a place to live.

  • Observe changes that are part of a simple life cycle of a plant.

Social studies
Social Studies

  • We begin with rules, laws and authority figures

  • Pledges are recited during the announcements

  • Social Studies is taught throughout the year and integrated into Language Arts

  • Participation grades recorded on the report card

D3 time dragons digging deeper
D3 TimeDragons Digging Deeper

  • All students

  • 45 minutes per day

  • Students will enrich their learning by working on targeted areas based on the child's needs.

  • Data from common assessments


  • Time with the teacher equals student success!


  • Homework Calendar

  • Read 20 minutes every night!

Parent conference
Parent Conference

  • Kindergarten will begin parent conferences in October.

  • Sign-up Genius

Parent access
Parent Access

  • You will need your child’s student ID number to log-in.

  • CISD website – Parents – Parent Access


  • You must register online to be a volunteer.

  • Deretchin webpage – Parents – Volunteer in CISD

Daily dragon folders
Daily Dragon Folders

  • Primary mode of communication between parent and teacher.

  • Please help your child keep this folder neat and current.

Dragon conduct calendar
Dragon Conduct Calendar

  • Used to document behavior

  • Areas of concern will be noted on the calendar (if necessary).

  • Please sign the calendar at the end of each week.

  • Do not remove!

  • New to Kindergarten - E


  • Children may bring a nutritious snack from home each day.

  • Unhealthy snacks such as chips or cookies may not be consumed during snack time.

  • Please put your child’s snack in their backpack (not in their lunch box) and only send one snack per day.


  • 12:15-12:45

  • No visitors the first 3 weeks.


  • CISD website - Child Nutrition

  • Checks made out to “Child Nutrition Department”


  • Treats can be passed out in your child’s classroom at 12:45pm.

  • Please contact your child’s teacher prior to the date.


  • Please send money (cash or check) in an envelope with your child’s name.

  • Do not send loose money.

Scholastic book orders
Scholastic Book Orders

  • Sent home about once a month

  • Class activation code

  • Our class earns free books with every order!

Transportation changes
Transportation Changes

  • Please keep your child’s transportation tag on the backpack all year.

  • We cannot accept changes via email or phone.


  • Give to our school nurse, Mrs. Colleen

  • Please apply sunscreen at home for special events

Label items from home
Label Items From Home

  • Backpacks, lunch boxes, jackets and other clothing items that can be removed should be labeled with your child’s name.


  • Students will alternate between a library lesson and the computer lab each week.

  • Books will be checked out weekly as long as the library book is returned.

Special events
Special Events


  • November 7 @ 5:00pm

  • Kindergarten’s Parent Event

  • We will be celebrating the first 50 days of school with fun math activities!