Central Manor Yearbooks

Optional P.T.O. Drive-Thru Yearbook Pick-Up – June 8thby bmalek

Reserved yearbooks will be available to pick up drive thru style on Monday, June 8th. This is optional and if you choose to not pick up your child’s yearbook, your child will receive his/her yearbook when school resumes in the fall.

WHEN: Monday 6/8 between 4:00 PM-8:00 PM
WHERE: Manor Church (lower parking lot)

530 Central Manor Rd

Lancaster, PA 17603

Volunteers will wear PPE. Any yearbooks not picked up will be held until the fall. 

Extra Yearbooks can be purchased with this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4EAFA82EABFF2-extra and picked up on 6/8 also. Check or Money order only at pick up. If you reserve an extra yearbook and not pick it up, you take the risk of it being released to someone on the waiting list. This is for a limited amount of EXTRAS only.

***Please know*** If you prepaid during the school year, your child’s yearbook IS RESERVED for him/her. 

Please email central.manor@yahoo.com if you have any questions. 

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Meet our First Grade Teachers

Today would be the day that we would visit the first grade rooms and meet your teacher. Since we are online these days, they made a video for you. You may watch this now, or wait until you get your report card and see who your teacher is for 2020-2021.

Happy Summer my friends!

Mrs. Shover

Mrs. Saxton

Mrs. Devenburgh

Mrs. Mattern

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You’re off to first grade!

We loved seeing all of your smiling faces. I am so excited to watch you grow in first grade! You all were the best part of my school year! I loved all the fun we had together! Just a little video remembering just a little bit of the fun we had together!
With Love From Mrs. Kinser.mp4
 

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The Last Week of School May 26-28

Wednesday: LAST Class Meeting. This day you get to find out who will be with you in your first grade class. You will find out your teachers through your report cards. You can check in Sapphire (I’m not sure of that date) or when the hard copy of the report card is mailed to you the first week of June.

Wednesday, May 27: 10:00 AM Kinder Google Meet – 10:30 PM Kinder Google Meet

BIG SURPRISE: After our google meetings, Miss Fair and I are packing up some goodies and dropping them off at your house! If you are not able to come outside to get the goodies, that’s ok, please listen to your parents and stay inside, we will put it on your doorstep.

If you see us coming and can be outside, we would love to hand you the goodies and take a quick picture. Miss Fair and I will wear masks and use hand sanitizer before each stop.

Review for Week of May 26-28There are no activities to turn in to your teacher this week.
ELA Review
Writing




Watch Mrs. Drexel’s writing video.
Use the tips she talked about to make pages for a Kindergarten Memory Book.  You can print these pages and fill them in or have a grown up write the sentence starters on blank paper for you to complete.
Memory Book Cover – YOU are the author.Page 1 – Write about yourself.Page 2 – Write about your school & your teacher.Page 3 – Write about your friends.Page 4 – Write about recess.Page 5 – Write about what you learned.Page 6 – Write about going to first grade.
When you are finished, staple your pages together to make your own Kindergarten Memory Book.
Sight Words Practice reading, writing, and spelling all 49 of the sight words.  You will need to know all of these words when you go to first grade.
Sight Word List
Read Alouds:  
For our final week, we thought you would enjoy hearing from all of the kindergarten teachers.  You may choose to listen to each one of them or just your kindergarten teacher.  
Central Manor:  Time to Graduate read by Mrs. Kinser
Central Manor: Cars: Look and Find read by Mrs. Glenn
Conestoga: Quick as a Cricket read by Mrs. Witmer
Eshleman: The 3 Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark read by Mrs. Sproul
Hambright: Be Brave Little One read by Miss Rivera
Hambright: Don’t Eat the Teacher read by Ms. Kyper
LeTort: Down to the Sea with Mr. Magee read by Mrs. Geiter
Martic:  Commotion in the Ocean read by Mrs. Mulder
Pequea:  Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses read by Mrs. Drexel  
Math Review
Review math goals for the yearIn this section, you will find 9 kindergarten math goals. Practice these concepts. The goal is to have each of these mastered before going to 1st grade. 
Goal 1Count to 50
-Watch this video to practice counting to 50 
Goal 2Identify 0-20
-Click through this PowerPoint to practice identifying your numbers 0-20
Goal 3Write numbers 0-20 
-Watch this video to count to 20 as a warm-up
-Use this worksheet or create your own if you can write numbers 0-20 on your own
-Use this worksheet or create your own if you need more practice with writing numbers 0-20
Goal 4Match number sets 0-20
-Watch this video to practice counting number sets 
-Use this worksheet to practice counting on your own
Goal 5Completes simple addition problems within 10
-Watch this addition video
-Many online games for both addition and subtraction
-This is a link to several online addition games  Some of them even have pictures to help you add
-You can always use the games and memory cards from last week’s addition activities
Goal 6Complete simple subtraction problems within 10
-Watch this video about subtraction
-You can always use the games and memory cards from last week’s subtraction activities
Goal 7Identifies 2D shapes
– Watch this video and review the characteristics of 2D shapes
-This is a link to a variety of geometry games including  2D and 3D shapes
-For 2D and 3D shapes you can always do hunts around the house and outside the house to search for shapes.
Goal 8Identifies 3D shapes
-Watch this video about 3D shapes
-This video is a name that shape game
-This online game matched 3D shapes to real world objects
-This link has several games for 2D and 3D shapes
Goal 9Classify and sort objects
-Watch this video to practice ways we can sort objects in kindergarten. This video focuses on size and color, but we also sort by shape. 
-Take a look at this resource to practice sorting by shape, color, and size.
-Print this worksheet out or create your own. Cut and sort the objects by shape, size, and/or color. 
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Kindergarten Showcase Video number 125…or something like that

Thanks to Mrs. O’Donnell who made and remade and remade our kindergarten video. If you sent in a picture, and it didn’t get into this video, let me know and I’ll see if I can make my own. Thanks!


CM Kindergarten Showcase Video.mp4
  

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New Kindergarten video coming later today

It happened again. The program that the teacher is using to make our video keeps missing pictures from the file we created.

Hang in there. Third time’s a charm??? If not I will try to make my own video for us. 🙂

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LAST Friday Message Please Read

Usually there is a video here, but my allergies took a turn for the worse this week and I woke up with red swollen itchy eyes. I don’t want to scare the kids on this last post for news of the week.

BIRTHDAYS: This coming week we celebrate Sofia M with her Tuesday, May 26 birthday and Paige’s birthday a little early on June 28! Happy Birthday Sofia and Paige!!!!

Happenings on the last week of school:

Wednesday: LAST Class Meeting. This day you get to find out who will be with you in your first grade class. You will find out your teachers through your report cards. You can check in Sapphire (I’m not sure of that date) or when the hard copy of the report card is mailed to you the first week of June.

Wednesday, May 27: 10:00 AM Kinder Google Meet – 10:30 PM Kinder Google Meet

BIG SURPRISE: After our google meetings, Miss Fair and I are packing up some goodies and dropping them off at your house! If you are not able to come outside to get the goodies, that’s ok, please listen to your parents and stay inside, we will put it on your doorstep.

If you see us coming and can be outside, we would love to hand you the goodies and take a quick picture. Miss Fair and I will wear masks and use hand sanitizer before each stop.

If we were in school, the last three days would be very relaxed, with lots of games and reading stories. The remote learning opportunities reflects that schedule. Enjoy the books read by all the teachers and some activities for review. I highly recommend the book, Time to Graduate. 🙂

Remote Learning Opportunities –Kindergarten

Hope to see you all WEDNESDAY, May 27!

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Updated Kindergarten End of Year Showcase

Our editor had some files missing so she remade our video!

CM Kindergarten Showcase Video.mp4

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Central Manor Showcase Videos

ENJOY!!! Thanks for sending in your pictures and videos!


Kindergarten:
Kindergarten Showcase Video.mp4

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Thursday, May 21

Kinser Lunch and Listen 12- 12:30   Tuesday and Thursday…Come have lunch with Miss Fair and me and listen to a book at 12:10. We have a guest reader!!

Remote Learning Opportunities –Kindergarten (Use this link to see the whole week, I will be posting just the day’s lesson below.)

TODAY’S SCHOOL WORK–

Thursday, May 21
ELA:  Choose 2 ELA activities each day
Phonemic AwarenessClick on the link for the activity. Mrs. Kinser’s Phonemic Awareness Lesson Rhyme Time: It’s Raining, It’s Pouring
Phonics


R-blend video with Jack Hartmann
Sight Word Activity
Sight Words ListTake the pile of sight words cards. Add two to four cards with ZAP written on them. Play ZAP with a person in your home. Each person picks a card and reads the word. If they can read the word correctly they get to keep the card. If they get it wrong, it goes back in the pile.  If they get a ZAP card  they have to put all their cards back in the pile. Count up the cards at the end of the game, when the pile is empty. The person with the most cards wins. 
Math

Subtraction!
Today we will be reviewing subtraction. Begin by watching another Pirate Video.
There are three activities included to practice subtraction facts. You can do as many as you like.
The first activity is to practice subtraction facts with this online game called Balloon Pop Subtraction. This is a good review because it uses pictures (balloons) to help your child understand “take away.”
Print these fish subtraction fact cards (or you can make your own cards). You can play Memory by matching the fact to the answer. Or you can play Go Fish.
The first set of cards have subtraction facts with a difference of less than 10. 
The second set of cards have subtraction facts with a difference between 10-19. 
You can use these sets together or alone. The fish card can be used in a game of Go Fish to miss a turn or ask for any card.
There are two worksheets here. 
The first one is fun and easy. It uses ocean pictures to help you solve the subtraction problems.
This second one is a little harder. It only has numbers.
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