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    Questions to Ask Your Child About His/Her Day at School 

    Interested in what your child is learning at school?  Can’t get more than a one-word answer?  Try one of these conversation starters that elicit more than a one-word response.  Keep in mind to ask things that are specific, but open-ended.  You may also want to think about something that happened throughout your day and share it as well!

     

    1)      Tell me about the best part of your day.

    2)    What was the hardest thing you had to do today?

    3)    Did any of your classmates do anything funny?

    4)    Tell me about what you read in class.

    5)   Who did you play with today?  What did you play?

    6)   Do you think any of your subjects (math, literacy, etc.) are too easy or too hard?

    7)   What’s the biggest difference between this year and last year?

    8)    What rules are different at school than our rules at home?  Do you think they’re fair?

    9)    Who did you sit with at snack?  On the rug?

    10)Can you show me something you learned (or did) today?

     

    **Try these questions, but remember that your child has been working hard all day and may not want to answer any “school related” questions.  If not, try again tomorrow.

     

    Hope this helps!

     

    Mrs. Fauser

     

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    High Frequency Words for Kindergarten

     

    All of the words below will be taught to

    your child by the end of Kindergarten!

     

    I, a, me, is, see, the, and, you, we, can, are, like, my, to, go, no, saw, by, he, she, here, they, play, in, come, some, do, said, it, so, with, out, for, of, be, have, our, little, look, was

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    High Frequency Words Taught So Far....

    I, are, a, and, me, see, the, we, you