Kindergarten Learning

  • **Paper packets will be mailed to each student's home on Monday, April 6, 2020.**

    Please complete 3-5 items each day while you are at home. It is okay to repeat activities that your child enjoys or needs extra practice with. Try to complete some math and some literacy activities each day.  

    • Instructions: Please complete 3-5 activities each day while you are at home. It is okay to repeat activities that your child enjoys or needs extra practice with. Try to complete some math and some literacy activities each day.  Click on this link to see this document in table form instead of a list of activities.


      • Play a math game using a deck of cards such as War (top it, 2 card top it), Go Fish, Memory, Trash.  We play many of these in class and your child can teach you!

      • Download the app Rivet Reading and read books at your child’s level. 


      • Sing a number song (ie. 10 horses, monkeys on a bed, one two buckle my shoe, 5 pumpkins/ducks, where is thumbkin, wheels on a bus).  

      • Draw a picture of your favorite toy using 3 different colors

      • Read a book from home and draw a picture of the beginning, middle and end. If you can, write a message/sentence under each picture.

      • With an adult, go on a nature walk.  Can you find any signs of Spring? Count from 1 to 100 without a mistake.   Challenge - can you count by 10’s, 5’s or 2’s? 

      • Make a list of as many words as you can think of that fit each word family: -at, -an, -ab, -all, et, en, it, in, ob, ell, ing.    

      • Using common household items, complete the following math tasks:   sort, count, make a pattern or create addition facts.

      • Make a video of your child acting out a familiar story.  Perhaps they can even make props from household items.  


      • With an adult, follow a recipe to make a meal or snack for your family.  

      • Have a Dance Party!  Use your own music or go to the GoNoodle website for a guided dance.  

      • Go to AbcYa.com  Here are some games we love or make your own choice:  Base Ten Games, Counting Fish, Number Chart, Fuzz Bugs Games

      • Read your favorite story.  Draw and label the important characters and where the story takes place (setting).  

      • Practice proper handwriting formations using the enclosed lined paper.  Practice writing your name, sight words, upper and lowercase letters and numbers. 

      • Choose a number between 1-20.  Write that number in at least 5 different ways (words, tallies, pictures, ten frames, addition fact, etc.)  
Last Modified on April 6, 2020