Sheridan Hill Elementary

Together We Make Learning A Way Of Life

logo TEACHER: Mrs. Selig
PHONE: 716-407-9250
EMAIL: aselig@clarenceschools.org

About the Teacher:  I have been a teacher in the Clarence Central School District for 18 years.
 
 Welcome to Kindergarten!

Mrs. Selig's Kindergarten Website

This website will serve as an extra form of communication between parents and teacher throughout the 2016-2017 school year.

Make sure your kindergartener is well rested, has a good breakfast and is dressed in comfortable clothes for a busy day of learning fun!

Mathematics
We believe our kindergarteners need to learn mat using lots of manipulatives! The areas we focus on are:

  • Counting
  • Number Sense
  • Geometry
  • Joining and Separating Sets
  • Addition/Subtraction Facts

Language Arts/ Literacy Curriculum

Our goal is to prepare our students for the adventure of lifelong reading and writing.  Ways we immerse our students in reader's and writer's workshop are:

  • Shared Reading- A way we learn to read books together.

  • Guided Reading - This is when we read in small groups to focus on reading strategies.

  • Read Alouds - An opportunity to foster students' love of many types of literature.

  • Writing - The children write everyday.  Sometimes it may be letter formation, writing together, or journal writing.

 

Science Curriculum

In kindergarten we use formal science units provided by ESP.  These kits are:                                   

  •  Plants
  •  Sunshine & Shadows

We also study other science related  topics such as nutrition, weather/seasons and animals.

Social Studies Curriculum


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Kindergarten students develop their awareness of themselves and their communities through our Social Studies curriculum.  The areas we discuss are:

  • Myself and Others
  • Families
  • Communities
  • Citizenship
  • Holidays, Traditions, and Various Cultures

 

Other aspects to our curriculum are Character Education and Conflict Resolution.  These two units run throughout our entire school year. 

Students learn to take responsibility for their actions and to solve disputes in a positive way, using words.


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