Welcome to KB7  Ms. Terrell and Ms.Palomino

 
  
I would like to share with you that the best way to communicate with me is by setting up a face-to-face appointment. I can meet with you after school on the following days
 
 Mondays from 2:20 - 2:50                       Wednesdays from 2:20 - 2:50 
  
  YOU CAN ALSO SEND ME A NOTE or CALL ME AT SCHOOL. THE SCHOOL # IS (718) 652-3461

 
Bring It Along
Bring along a book, sight-words, or magazine, any time your child leaves the house. This is the way you can get your child to read more. 
Is Once Enough? No No No, Once is Not Enough
Re-reading helps students read accurately, faster and longer.
 
Remember to read every night with your son/daughter.
Go over sight words
and visit one of these sites 
http://www.raz-kids.com/main/Login                           www.starfall.com
   
To view Homework go to the kindergarten page and click on the "Homework Link"

 Let's work together to produce greatness
  
 Reminders:
Breakfast is served at 7:15 AM 
School Begins at 8:00 AM 
School Ends at 2:20 PM *PLEASE BE ON TIME*
Homework will be given daily, please make sure to check your student's folder.
 
 
Step 1: Go to www.kidsa-z.com
Step 2: Enter or choose the teacher's username, aterrelli
Step 3: Your child will finds his or her username on the class chart 
Step 4: You our your child will type in his/her pass word.
Step 5: Read Read Read

PupilPath Log in with your email address and the password you created.

Book Club Class Activation Code 

World Book Online Username: ps41x  Password: library
 



We are currently reading an informational (non-fiction) book, "A Bed for Winter"

                          
PARENT'S CORNER
There are many FREE events for you and your children at the New York Public Library. 
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Teaching Sight Words Through Repetition

Children do not learn new words by being exposed to them only once. Repetition is key to remembering sight words. Young readers should be given opportunities to read and write a new sight word multiple times. Also, to practice spelling sight words, parents can have children write and say aloud words several times. When a child writes and says the word at least five times in a row, she is more likely to commit it to memory.

Free Sight Word Apps!
*Sight Words Learning Games
*Hooked on Phonics
*Sight Words by Little Speller
*Phonics Spelling and Sight Words
This month calendar
http://schools.nyc.gov/Calendar/default.htm