Kindergarten Remote Learning

Update March 30, 2020
 
 
Tic Tac Toe Update
 
Here is a story about a magical pebble.  When you are done listening to it, tell your family what you would wish for if you found a magic pebble.
 
Happy Monday Kindergarteners! 
Check-in with your teachers this week for new class content.  This site will have additional optional material you can explore at home.
 
NEW STORY FROM MS. MITTLEMAN!
 
 
After the story, talk about what your goals are for the future.  What can you do now to help you get there someday?
 
New Content 3/23/2020
 
 
Me and My Cat (lesson guide attached below with language, writing, art, and math activities)
 
 

Online Games

NatGeo

Common Sense Media

Counting Game - Okta's Rescue Check out the exploration questions to ask your child!

Sums to 10 - Ten-Frame Game - Check out the exploration questions to ask your child!

Subtraction Practice - How Many Under the Shell? - Check out the exploration questions!

Matching Shapes, Numbers - Concentration Game - Shapes, Numbers, and More!

Welcome Kindergarteners!
 
Happy St. Patrick's Day!  
MARCH 17, 2020
 
Tic Tac Toe 1
 
 
MATH
 
Addition and Subtraction (Standard:  Solve addition and subtraction word problems, and add and subtract within 10, e.g., by using objects or drawings to represent the problem. )
 

 

IXL  Addition up to 10 Sections J and K

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
 
Reading Literature (Standard:  With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.)
 

Explore Khan Academy Kids App

 

Scholastic Learn at Home Week 1

 

Vocabulary (Standard: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on Kindergarten content.)

 

IXL Vocabulary Sections V, W, X

 

Log into your RAZ Kids account and continue reading books at your level.

 

 

Writing (Standard: Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to narrate a single event or several loosely linked events.)

 

Tell your family a story about a Leprechaun

 

(See PDF at the bottom of this page under Additional Resources for writing prompt paper)

 

Draw a picture and finish this sentence on paper:  If I found a pot of gold, I would...

 

Draw a picture of yourself and finish this sentence on paper:  The best thing about me is...

 

Use the lined paper to write a journal.  You can write one sentence about your day, each day.  

 

 
When you are done, retell the story to a family member.  Don't forget to talk about the characters, setting, and what happened.  
 
 
OPPORTUNITIES
 
Build a Leprechaun Trap (take a picture and explain how you made it to someone at your house; then put it in Seesaw and record how you made it)
 
Help your family decide what will be for dinner and see what you will be able to help with. Make sure to wash your hands before you get to work! Can you set the table? Ask your family if there is something you can help cook. After dinner, draw a picture of your dinner and label the food you ate. Was it fun to help? Here is a fun story to go with this activity.
 
 
Get a collection of 10 pennies. Shake and drop the pennies. Sort the pennies by heads and tails. Count each pile. Write an equation to show how many are heads and how many are tails. Repeat to see if you can get lots of different combinations that equal 10. For more of a challenge, use more pennies.
 
 
 
Sight Words: Students can practice reading, spelling, and using these words in sentences.

 

 

 

Pre Primer List

 

 

a

and

away

big

blue

can

come

down

find

for

funny

go

help

here

I

in

is

it

jump

little

look

make

me

my

not

one

play

red

run

said

see

the

three

to

two

up

we

where

yellow

you

 

Primer List

 

all

am

are

at

ate

be

black

brown

but

came

did

do

eat

four

get

good

have

he

into

like

must

new

no

now

on

our

out

please

pretty

ran

ride

saw

say

she

so

soon

that

there

they

this

too

under

want

was

well

went

what

white

who

will

with

yes

 

 
 
MUSIC, MOVEMENT, and ART
 
 
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES