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 Welcome to Mrs. Fleming's Kindergarten Class Page. Mrs. Fleming is a kindergarten teacher at Meador Elementary School. She graduated from University of Houston. She has lived in Willis for 8 years. Mrs. Fleming has a wonderful husband and three amazing daughters. She loves making school fun and exciting for the young children who step foot in my classroom. Please check this site for updates on schedules and homework. A folder will be sent home every day. Please sign your child's daily folder each evening. Their homework and readers will also be in the folder. It is important to read every night to help become better readers. If you have any questions feel free to email Mrs. Fleming at afleming@willisisd.org or send a note with your student. She looks forward to a fantastic year!

 

 

 

Recent Posts

Field Day!

Field Day is Tuesday, May 16th. The theme is super hero so have your child wear a super hero shirt if they have one. Make sure they wear tennis shoes since there will be a lot of walking outside. If you want your child to wear sunscreen, please apply it at home. We will visit a country store to buy treats so please send money for your child to purchase a treat.

Friday, April 21

Kona Ice is coming Friday. Please send $3 with your child if you would like for them to have a snow cone.

Week of April 17

April 17-21, 2017                

This week we are learning:  

Reading—“Piggie Pie”

Math— Measurement

Social Studies— Time Lines

Science— Weather

 

 


 

Kindergarten Graduation Pictures

Kindergarten Graduation pictures will be Tuesday, April 11, 2017.

March 20-24, 2017

Welcome back! I hope you had a restful Spring Break. 
Here is a look at what we are doing this week:
Reading - "City Dog, Country Frog"
Math - 3-D shapes
Science - Safety
Social Studies - Community Helpers

Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss Week
 
Monday (Feb 27th) - Fox in Socks day 
WEAR CRAZY SOCKS
 
Tuesday (Feb 28th) - I Can Read with My Eyes Shut day
WEAR A SHIRT YOU CAN READ
 
Wednesday (March 1st) - Wacky Wednesday
WEAR WACKY UNMATCHED CLOTHES
 
Thursday (March 2nd) - Dr. Seuss Day
WEAR DR. SEUSS SHIRT OR ATTIRE
*Reading Night
6:00-7:30
 
Friday (March 3rd) - GO Texas Day
WEAR COWBOY ATTIRE

Yearbook

You can purchase a "shout out" page in the year book. A full page is $25 and a half page is $15. Email your pictures to mesyearbook2016@yahoo.com
 
You can also purchase your yearbook online at ybpay.lifetouch.com
yearbook ID code: 12011117

February

February is here and we have some exciting things happening this month.
 
The 100th day of school is Thursday, February 2nd. There was a note sent home asking for snacks so we can make a 100 item trail mix. If you can donate the item highlighted on your page, that would be greatly appreciated. I can't believe we have already been in school for 100 days!
 
Valentine's Day is approaching and we will have a classroom party. Be on the lookout for details in your child's folder.

January 17-20, 2017

Fleming’s Kindergarten Scholars

January 17-20, 2017

This week we are learning:

Reading—“Snowmen at Night”

Math— Subtraction

Social Studies— Martin Luther King Day

Science— Hibernation

Vocabulary- (These words should be recognized when seen.)

with, here, what, me, duck, said, where, when, my, quack

Daily Practice – Students should practice reading their take-home

readers every night at home.  Parents, please initial the reading log the

first time your child reads the book. Then just put a check after your

initials for every time he/she rereads the book.



Parents: Hope you had a wonderful three-day weekend! I

will be testing the students’ reading levels all week, so

please keep practicing at home.

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Daily Classwork:

Monday: Martin Luther King Day

Tuesday: Subtraction sentences

Wednesday: Story problems with subtraction

Thursday: Problem solving with subtraction

Friday: Using the minus sign

January

If you have not returned your child's report card, please do so as soon as possible.
 
Continue to have your child complete homework assignments weekly and read with your child every night. 

January

Welcome back! We had a great first day back and we are gearing up for an awesome semester.