• Mrs. Crawford's Kindergarten Class 

    My conference time: 3:00-3:45
     
     

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    We are Harper,
     Hear Us ROAR!
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    Every Day is Earth Day!
    Do one great thing for our planet everyday,  
    you will make it a better place to live.    
     
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    Keep your neighborhood clean.

    Pick up trash when you see it on the ground.

    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!

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    We collect Box Tops
     
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    Make sure your child is eating a healthy breakfast every morning. 
    Good food fuels the body and brain, and makes for a great day! 
     
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    What's Going on at Harper Elementary? 
     
    Every 'other' Wednesday is Popcorn Wednesday!!!
    $1.00 for a fresh, hot bag of popcorn
     
    Wednesday, January 9
    Second Semester begins
     
    Monday, January 21
    No School 
    Martin Luther King Jr. Day
     
     
     
     
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     Cupcakes may be sent to school on the day of your child's birthday.  We will eat the cupckaes in the cafeteria at 2:40.  Please no party favors.  
     
     August: Christina 12, Nolan 14, Eli 27
    September: Danielle 11, Cole 20
    October:  Juan 2
    November: Ronny 27, Isabella L. 27
    January: Nicolas 10
    February: Taylor C. 7, Paisley 25, Chesney 25
    March: Isabella H. 3, LaNaire 27
    May: Westen 6
    June: Brooklyn 9, Trevor 12, Taylor L. 22
    July: Mrs. Crawford 1, Draven 23, John 26
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    Fourth Six Weeks Goals 
     
    January 9-February 22

     

    Language Arts

    Letters Ff, Oo, Hh, Ll, Gg, Ee

    Decode and spell consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words

    Follow pictorial directions to create a product

    Sight words: they, you, of, are, that, do, here, go, from

     

    Math

    Identify quantities, 16-20

    Write numerals, 16-20, to represent quantities

    Count objects forward and backward 1-20; 20-1

    Identify addition to 10

    Identify subtraction to 10

    Create a picture graph

    Use data to justify solutions (using a graph)

     

    Science  

    Social Studies

      

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    Check out these great websites!
     
    This website is aligned with our TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills) by subject area.
    www.mathgames.com 
     
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