Welcome to Kindergarten in Room 58 at Meadowbrook Elementary!
This is my 16th year of teaching wonderful students at Meadowbrook Elementary School. I love teaching students to read and sharing my love of literature with them. Students especially enjoy the "Froggy" series of books (by: Jonathan London)!
I love cats, photography, and spending time with good friends & family. My favorite places are the South Carolina beaches near Charleston & the North Georgia mountains.
Reading to your child at home is so important. Check out your local library's selection of children's books to help make reading at home fresh & interesting!
You are your child's first and most important teacher. I look forward to working with you this year to help your child have a fantastic year in Kindergarten!
"Children are made readers on the laps of their parents." ~Emilie Buchwald
Name: Ms. Kelly LaschoberEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgGrade: KindergartenRoom: 58
Report Cards: January 12th
MLK Holiday: January 15th
100th Day of School: January 26th
Skills to Practice:
Sight Words: See the monthly sight word lists on the left-hand side of this page!
Practice naming upper & lowercase letters & practice the sound for each letter: Aa-Zz
Practice naming numbers 1-40 (out of order). Write numbers in order 1-40.
Practice counting out loud by 1s to 100 (1-100) & by 10s to 100 (10, 20, 30, . . .)
Identify shapes: circle, triangle, square, rectangle, & hexagon
Read & discuss a book with your child daily (Visit your public library for some great books!).
Please send in healthy snacks for our class. We eat lunch at 10:30, so we like to give our students a snack in the afternoons.
Examples are: Goldfish crackers, animal crackers, graham crackers, gummy fruit snacks, Sun Chips, pretzels, etc.
Your donation will be greatly appreciated!
Ms. Laschober & Mrs. Freeman