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Kindergarten and TK Lessons

You are invited to join our H6 Class meeting Monday, March 30, 2020 at 1:00 PM Pacific Time.  Go to Zoom.com or use the phone app and join our meeting.  Zoom Meeting ID: 973 230 8087 Password:  H6

Home Learning Resources

Here are some ideas from me. 

Engaged NY- Online curriculum for Language Arts and Math.  We are using the preschool curriculum for listening and learning and math Modules 4 and 5. 

My Big World - Our classroom magazine subscription continues with online resources such as videos, games and printable worksheets. Access code is H6readers. 

Link to Page - National council of teachers of mathematics online games and resources. 

Starfall – Some free activities for reading and math.  More with subscription. 

Link to Page  Online music, dance, P.E. activities

Education - Some free resources, Online worksheets

Also know that PBS puts out some great educational programming for young children including Sesame Street, Sid the Science Kid, Word World, Superwhy, Word Girl, Curious George, Daniel Tiger’s neighborhood. 

 

Monday March 16

No School

Tuesday

March 17

Wednesday

March 18

Thursday

March 19

Friday

March 20

Letter of the Week:  Ww,  Sight Words:  we, see. Numbers: 10 – 20.   
Reading  

HAPPY St. PATRICK’s Day! 

Poem:  I’m a Little Leprechaun.  Find the rhymes.

Read to or with your child 20 minutes a day. Record on reading log.

Letter Warm Up - Sing Who let the letters out. Dr. Jean song on Youtube

Letter Ww – Chant the letter and sound.    Find all the objects you can that start with the w sound.

Challenge: Words “we, was, went, want.”

Read to or with your child 20 minutes a day. Record on reading log.

Letter Warm Up – ABC actions in folder

Read online My Big World magazine.

My Big World  Password: H6readers. Watch video, do game and printable activities.

Rhyming - Find rhyming words in the OT family:  cot, dot, got, hot, lot, not, pot, rot, tot,

Read to or with your child 20 minutes a day. Record on reading log.

Letter Warm Up – ABC March in folder.  Say letter sounds for A,E,I,O, U.

Build letter W with objects, i.e. toothpicks, q-tips.  Practice sound of W.

Letter W for Weather – Make a large W from template.  Glue on cotton balls for clouds. Draw suns, raindrops and snowflakes.

Happy First Day of Spring!

Read to or with your child 20 minutes a day.

Record on reading log. 

Letter Warm Up – Write letters in the air with your finger.  Balance on your left foot while you sing the alphabet song, then the right.

Poem:  Springtime Magic!  Read and find rhymes.

Dance Breaks: Dance Break Link
Writing   Weekend News- Draw a picture and write a sentence about what you did on the weekend.  What indoor activities did your family do?  What did you do first, next, last?

Name writing - Begin to practice writing name with lower case letters.

Rainbow Writing page -  Write letter Ww.

Challenge:  Write “we” 5 times.  Write a sentence

Write Weather Words

Sunny, Rainy, Windy, Cloudy, Rainbow.   Make a weather picture.

Write all upper and lower case letters of the alphabet, write numbers 0-20.  

Poem:  Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall.  I like ______ best of all.  Which is your favorite season? Why?

Write and draw about something you see in Spring.  Use these words:  I see a_______in Spring.
Math  

Calendar Math - Sing Days of the Week, Say the Date.  Count numbers.  Find yesterday, today and tomorrow.  Tally the days of the month.

Count to 20 while dancing an Irish jig. 

Write number 17 with Rainbow Writing.

Leprechaun’s Gold Game - Play with a partner.  Each partner rolls the dice and adds that many coins to a pot (bowl or cup).  How many in all?

Calendar Math - Sing Days of the Week, Say the Date.  Count numbers.  Find yesterday, today and tomorrow.  Tally the days of the month.

Count to 20 with alligator  claps.

Count Coins - Sort and count coins.  What groups did you make?  Which group has more? Fewer?

Leprechaun’t Gold Game with subtraction

Put 10 coins in the pot.  Roll the dice.  Take out that number of coins.  How many are left?

Calendar Math - Sing Days of the Week, Say the Date.  Count numbers.  Find yesterday, today and tomorrow.  Tally the days of the month.

Jump to 20.  Run in place while you count to 20.

Count how many windows are in your house?  How many doors? Which is more? Less?  How many

rooms? What shapes do you see?

Draw a picture using shapes: squares, circles, rectangles, triangles, hexagons, ovals...

Calendar Math - Sing Days of the Week, Say the Date.  Count numbers.  Find yesterday, today and tomorrow.  Tally the days of the month.

Make butterfly hands, flap  and Count to 20.

Spring Measuring Flowers – Scholastic My big world Issue on Plants with printable resources.

Engage NY Math Preschool – Module 4.  Measuring.

See online resources for activities.
Science/Social Studies  

Make a Weather Wheel- Use a paper plate or cut out a paper circle.  Divide it into quarters.  Label each section Sunny, Rainy, Windy or cloudy.  Make an arrow to turn and point to the days weather.  Attach to a pencil or paperclip. Check the weather each day.  Be a meteorologist- Give your family the daily weather report.

Spring Chores – Have your family help you list some chores that people do in Spring.  Sometimes we call it Spring cleaning.  Why do people do this?  What chores can you do to help?
Art   Draw and color a Leprechaun with his pot of gold and a rainbow. W is for Wheels – Use green paint or food coloring in water.  Use a toy car.  Roll the wheels in paint and paint from bottom to top to make grass for a Spring meadow.

 

Wilk Pic 1
Wilk Pic 2
Wilk Pic 3

Have you ever watched a storm? rain cloud

Mystery Science Weather Conditions

What will the weather be like on your birthday? cake

Mystery Science Weather Forecasting

Offline learning ideas:  Going old school

Lakeshore learning free resources- Check out the printable worksheets for extra practice

flowersComparing Quantities Weather Picture -  Use a blue marker, green marker and another color of your choice.  Color the tip of your finger with the blue.  Make some spots on the paper.  These are the raindrops.  Use the other color and the green to draw some flowers.  Count the raindrops.  Count the flowers.  Write the numbers.  Which is more? Less?  How could you make them equal?

All Kinder Classes

Hi Everyone,

We hope everyone is happy and healthy! We are missing our students so much and wish we could be back in the classroom. Over the next few weeks we will continue to send supplemental materials, assign lessons on Iready and Wonders, as well as try to navigate making and uploading some mini lessons on our class dojos to help support your little ones at home.  All resources we send are suggestions and ideas to help you educate your children at home. Nothing will be graded and nothing is mandatory. We love hearing the kids voices so please send me videos, pictures and messages of their learning if they want to share with me! 

Please see the attached distant learning opportunities. Please try  not to get overwhelmed by this but rather see it as a treasure box of resources to turn to as needed. 

Attached is: 

1.) Activity Menu Distant Learning: The menu of academic activities you can complete with your child during this time including all the digital learning portals Iready reading and math, Reading AtoZ, Wonders ELA curriculum, Brainpop Jr 

2.) Clever Log In directions: Step by step directions on how to access the district's digital portal where you can find all the digital apps for your students 

3.) April Activity Guide: non digital activities you can choose from to do with your children 

4.) Snap/Star Word Lists: Please start with the first list and move forward from their once your child has mastered them. I put a link in the Distant Learning Menu that has 25 fun at home activities/games you can play with these words to master them.

5.) Alphabet flashcards for friends who still need to master their letters

6.) Alphabet Strip you can print and your student can use when writing 

7.) Printable Letter cards you can print and use to build words 

8.) Supplemental Worksheets: worksheets you can print and complete if you like 

9.) Google Doc with Math lessons from SF....click on link...click on kindergarten....and the table has live links that you can click on and get the resources needed to teach that math lesson 

10.) Two different formats for a schedule or bingo choice board for your child to create some normalcy in a very abnormal situation.

We sent your child's Clever log in code, email, and passwords yesterday. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out via email or class dojo messenger.

Mrs. delamain's class