Kindergarten Homework Calendar

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Kindergarten Homework Calendar"

Transcription

1 Kindergarten Homework Calendar By Marta Almiron

2 Understanding the Importance of Kindergarten Homework The attached calendar shows your child s homework assignments for the month. Pick at least three activities per week to complete. Once your child has completed an assignment, please initial and color in the box. At Kindergarten level, homework should only take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Don't forget, as a parent you are your child's first teacher! You will be amazed at the amount of progress your son/daughter can make with your support Marta Almiron

3 Understanding the Importance of Kindergarten Homework The attached calendar shows your child s homework assignments for the month. Once your child has completed an assignment, please initial and color in the box. At Kindergarten level, homework should only take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Don't forget, as a parent you are your child's first teacher! You will be amazed at the amount of progress your son/daughter can make with your support Marta Almiron

4 Draw a picture 16 Write your first 17 Practice your lunch 18 Write the 19 Say the days of about your first day of and last name 5 times. number. numbers 1 to 10 neatly. the week 3 times. Say school. the months of the year. 22 Write the 23 Say or sing the 24 Say the days of 25 Write your first 26 Draw a picture of numbers 1 to 10 neatly. alphabet 3 times. the week 3 times. Say and last name 5 times. some of your new or sing the months of friends. the year. 29 Write the numbers 30 Write your first 31 Draw a picture of 1 to 10 neatly. and last name 5 times. your school.

5 1 Draw 3 things that 2 Explain our are red. Label them. classroom rules to your Don t forget family. complete each activity. 5 Say the days of the 6 Draw 3 things 7 Write your first 8 Write the 9 week 3 times. Say the that are green. Label and last name 5 times. numbers 1 to 10 neatly. months of the year. them. Practice your phone number. 12 Draw 3 things 13 Write the 14 Write the sight 15 Draw 3 things 16 Write your first that are blue. Label numbers 1 to 10 neatly. words you learned this that begin with M, and last name 5 times. them. week 5 times. and label them. 19 Practice counting 20 Draw a picture of 21 Draw 3 things 22 Draw something 23 Draw an apple. to 20. your family. Label it. that are yellow. Label you like to eat. Write a Label its parts (i.e.: them. sentence: I like stem, leaf, skin, seeds). 26 Write your first 27 Draw 3 things 28 Practice counting 29 Say the days of 30 Write the and last name 5 times. that begin with S, as high as you can. the week 3 times. Say numbers 1 to 10 neatly. and label them. complete the months each of the activity. Don t forget year.

6 3 Write words that 4 Draw 3 things that 5 Write the sight 6 Draw 3 things 7 Draw a picture of rhyme with bat. begin with R, and words you learned this that are orange, and something you like to label them. week 5 times. label them. do in the fall. Write a sentence about it. 10 Draw 3 things 11 Write words that 12 Draw a picture of 13 Write the sight 14 that begin with T, rhyme with bell. the fall. Write a words you learned this and label them. sentence about it. week 5 times. 17 Draw a picture of 18 Retell a story 19 Draw an AB 20 Draw 3 things a tree in the fall. you heard in school. pattern. that begin with P, 21 Write a sentence about it. Draw a picture about it. and label them. 24 Make a list of 25 Make a list of 26 Write words that 27 Write the sight things you can make your favorite candy. rhyme with ghost. words you learned this 28 with a pumpkin. week 5 times. Write the numbers 6-10 and draw objects to represent each number. Write the sight words you learned this week 5 times. Draw fall leaves. Write a sentence about them. 31 Write the numbers 1 to 5 and draw objects to represent each number. to read for 10 minutes every night!

7 1 Write the alphabet 2 Find things that 3 Find things that are 4 Write the sight (lower case) neatly. are shaped like a circle shaped like a triangle words you learned this and square. Draw them and label them. and rectangle. Draw them and label them. week 5 times. 7 Write a list of 8 Draw your 9 Write two 10 Draw 3 things 11 things you are thankful favorite Thanksgiving sentences using two that begin with C, for. meal. Write a sentence sight words you and label them. about it. learned this week. 14 Write a list of 15 Draw 3 things 16 Make a pattern 17 Write a sentence 18 words that rhyme that begin with N, by drawing triangles about your favorite with fall. and label them. and rectangles. sport. Illustrate. Draw circles and squares to make a pattern. Write a sentence about a story we read in school. Illustrate. 21 Write the alphabet 22 Write the alphabet (upper case) neatly. (lower case) neatly. Draw a picture of your family having dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Label it. Happy Thanksgiving!!! 28 Find sight words 29 Write two 30 Draw 3 things you know in a sentences using two that begin with M, newspaper or magazine. Circle them. sight words you know. and label them.

8 1 Write about 2 Write a list of complete each activity. something you like to things you may see in Don t forget do when it s cold outside. the winter. 5 Write a gift list. 6 Write about your 7 Write about your 8 Write about 9 favorite holiday. favorite thing about something you would Illustrate. winter. like to do during the winter break. 12 Write all the 13 Use 3 sight words 14 Draw 3 things 15 Write the 16 words you know from to write three that begin with H, numbers 1 to 20 the _at family. sentences. and label them. neatly. Write all the words you can make with winter holidays. Write a list of words that rhyme with dog Enjoy your Winter Break! Read every day! Enjoy your Winter Break! Read every day!

9 Write your 3 Write the alphabet. 4 Find an item that is 5 Find an item that is 6 Say each letter s shorter than your longer than your hand. sound. foot. Draw it and label Draw it and label it. 2 resolution for the New Year. it. 9 Write the steps 10 Write a list of 11 Draw the clothes 12 Write a list of 13 to make a snowman. things you can do in you need for winter. animals that hibernate the snow. Label them. in the winter. 16 Write the 17 Write all the 18 Write 3 19 Write about a 20 numbers 1 to 20 words you know from sentences using three story we read in class. neatly. the _en family. sight words. Illustrate. Write 3 sentences using three sight words. Write a fact that you have learned about Martin Luther King, Jr. Write some facts you know about penguins. Illustrate. 23 Write some facts 24 Write a list of 25 Write a list of 26 Write 2 question 27 Write 3 you know about polar words that end with words that end with sentences (don t sentences using three bears. Illustrate. N. S. forget to use the question mark). sight words. 30 Draw 3 things that begin with B, and label them. 31 Practice counting to 100 by ones and by tens. complete each activity. Don t forget

10 1 Write a list of 2 Retell a story we things you would buy if read in school. Write 3 you had 100 dollars. about your favorite character. Illustrate. 6 Write a list of 10 7 Write the steps 8 Write a list of 9 Write a list of sight words. to brush your teeth. things that are not things that are good 10 good for your teeth. for your teeth. Write a list of words that end with P. Write a letter to the Tooth Fairy. 13 Write a list of 14 Write a note to 15 Write a list of 16 Write about what 17 Write about your words that end with someone you love. healthy food. you would do if you favorite famous T. were the President of our country. African-American. 20 Draw the 21 Draw a picture 22 Write all the 23 Practice counting 24 Draw something president and write using two dimensional words you know from to 100 by ones and by heavy, and something about him/her. shapes (circle, square, triangle, etc.) the _ug family. tens. light. Label your drawings. 27 Write all the words you know from the _ot family. 28 Write 3 sentences using three sight words. complete each activity. Don t forget

11 1 Retell as story we 2 Draw and write 3 Write about your read in school. Write about your favorite favorite thing to do in about your favorite part. Dr. Seuss character. Spring. 6 Line up 10 7 Write an 8 Draw a rainbow. 9 Write a list of 10 objects. Practice addition sentence (i.e.: Write about it. things that shine like ordinal numbers = 4). Draw gold. objects to represent. 13 What would you 14 What would you do 15 Write about a 16 Write an addition do if you catch a if you find a pot of time you thought you sentence (i.e.: = 17 leprechaun? Write and gold? Write about it, were very lucky. 4). Draw objects to illustrate. and illustrate. Illustrate. represent. Circle all the sight words you know in a newspaper or magazine. Write a list of words you can make with Leprechaun. 20 Write 3 21 Write a list of 22 Write a list of 23 Draw a kite. 24 Circle all the sentences using sight words from the _old things you see in the Write about it. sight words you know words. family. Spring. in a newspaper or magazine. 27 Write 3 question 28 Write about your 29 Write an addition 30 Write 3 31 Write a subtraction sentences. favorite thing about sentence (i.e.: = sentences using sight sentence (i.e.: 5-2 = the Spring. 4). Draw objects to represent. 3). Draw objects to complete words. each activity. Don t forget to read for 10 minutes every represent. night!

12 to read for 10 minutes every night! 3 What is your 4 Circle all the 5 Write 3 sentences 6 Why is rain favorite thing to do sight words you know using sight words. important? Write to 7 when it rains? Write and illustrate. in a newspaper or magazine. explain. 10 Do you like rainy 11 Write a subtraction 12 Write to describe 13 Write all the days? Why or why sentence (i.e.: 5-2 = a bunny. Illustrate. words you can think 14 not? Write to explain. 3). Draw objects to that end with g. represent. 17 Write a list of 18 Write a list of 19 Write a list of 20 What is your things you can recycle. things you can reuse. things you can reduce. favorite thing about 21 trees? Write and illustrate. Write a note to a friend. Write a list of words from the _ing family. Draw the Earth. Write what you can do to help our planet. 24 How can you help 25 How can you 26 Draw a colorful 27 Write a list of 28 Write 3 trees? Write and save electricity? garden. Label your things you would like to sentences using sight illustrate. Write and illustrate. picture. plant complete in your each garden. activity. Don t words. forget

13 1 Write a letter to 2 Write the steps to 3 Write to describe a 4 Write a list with all 5 Write 3 question your teacher. plant a seed. butterfly. Illustrate. the insects you know. sentences. Illustrate. 8 What would you 9 Write all the 10 Draw your 11 Where would you like to do if you were a ways you can make 7 favorite insect. Write go if you could fly? 12 butterfly? Write and illustrate. (i.e.: 7=3+4) to explain why it s your favorite. Write and illustrate. 15 Write a list of all 16 Write all the 17 Draw and label 5 18 Write a list of the things you learned words you know from shapes. animals that live in the 19 this year in school. the _ay family. ocean. Write a letter to your mom. Draw your favorite ocean creature. Why is it your favorite? 22 Write a list of 23 What is your 24 Circle all the 25 Write about your 26 Write the steps summer activities. favorite thing to do in sight words you know favorite book. Why is to make a sand castle. the summer? Write and illustrate. in a newspaper or magazine. it your favorite? Illustrate. 29 Circle all the sight 30 Write 3 31 words you know in a sentences using sight newspaper or words. magazine. Write a letter to your dad.

14 Draw to solve: Write a list of complete each activity = things you would like to Don t forget = do this summer. 5 Write 3 sentences 6 Write the steps 7 Draw to solve: 8 Write a list with all 9 about your dad. to make S mores. 7-5 = the things you like to Illustrate. 9-2 = do with your dad. Make a card for your dad. 12 Summer is very 13 Write all the 14 Write the steps to 15 What is your 16 Circle all the hot. Write a list of words you can think make lemonade. favorite thing to do in sight words you know things that are hot. from the _ot family. Illustrate. the summer? Write 3 sentences about it. in a newspaper or magazine. 19 Write a list of all 20 Draw a summer 21 Draw a character 22 Write a list of 23 Write 3 addition the things you think scene. Label your from your favorite things you need to go sentences. you will learn in First Grade. picture. story. Write to explain why it s your favorite. camping. 26 Write 3 27 Write 5 sentences 28 Write a letter to 29 Make a circle map 30 Write all the subtraction sentences. using 5 sight words. a friend. ways you can make 9 with all the sight complete words you each know. activity. (i.e.: Don t 9=3+6) forget

15 Thank you for purchasing this product. For more quality products, visit my store: Follow me! Freebies every month! Visit my Blog: Tweetsfromkindergarten.blogspot.com/ Credits KPM Doodles

September Writing Topic Grid

September Writing Topic Grid September Write about your most embarrassing moment. Do you have any pets? If so, what are they? If not, what would you want to get? Write about your family: the people in it, what they are like, etc.

More information

By Kelly Mikeselll. C. 2009

By Kelly Mikeselll.  C. 2009 By Kelly Mikeselll http://www.elementary-teacher-resources.com info@elementary-teacher-resources.com C. 2009 Many parents and teachers are looking for quick and easy skill-based routines for their classrooms.

More information

FIRST GRADE FIRST GRADE HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS FIRST 100 HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS FIRST 100

FIRST GRADE FIRST GRADE HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS FIRST 100 HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS FIRST 100 HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS FIRST 100 about Preprimer, Primer or 1 st Grade lists 1 st 100 of again 100 HF words for Grade 1 all am an are as away be been before big black blue boy brown but by came cat come

More information

Rhyme Time. Look at that cat! It has a hat!

Rhyme Time. Look at that cat! It has a hat! Rhyme Time hildren love to be silly. When you need a quieter activity, like during a car ride or at the table, play a rhyming game with your child. Start with a simple sentence that ends in a word that

More information

The Story of the Kindness Angels

The Story of the Kindness Angels The Story of the Kindness Angels Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing that some have entertained angels without knowing it. Hebrews 13:2 Many years ago, before you were even born,

More information

Who is your hero? What makes a good friend? Describe the happiest day of your life. If you could have any type of pet. what would it be and why?

Who is your hero? What makes a good friend? Describe the happiest day of your life. If you could have any type of pet. what would it be and why? Who is your hero? If you could meet someone famous from the past, who would it be? If you could have any type of pet what would it be and why? If you could be a fairy tale character, which would you want

More information

Kansas Disciples Women Blessing Box Calendar

Kansas Disciples Women Blessing Box Calendar 1.05 if those April showers brought May flowers 2.05 for each newspaper you read 3.05 if you have attended a church other than your own this year 4.10 for each relative graduating this spring 5.10 if you

More information

Series Editor: Cliff Moon. Big. Book of. Nonfiction. Karina Law

Series Editor: Cliff Moon. Big. Book of. Nonfiction. Karina Law Series Editor: Cliff Moon Big Book of Nonfiction B Karina Law 2008 Pacific Learning 2005 Written by Karina Law Series editor Cliff Moon Story and design HarperCollinsPublishers Limited 2005 Designers Rachel

More information

Available Book Packs Level Discipline Topic

Available Book Packs Level Discipline Topic Available Book Packs Level Discipline Topic Emergent Science Earth and Space Science Emergent Science Life Science Emergent Science Physical Science Emergent Science Science Inquiry Emergent Social Studies

More information

March. Work space. Day. Day N 1 C 3 R 1 P 3 E 1 L 1 U 1 H 4 A 1. Name. 3rd. 52 circle in half. 10 less? 20 less? Score. green. How many are green?

March. Work space. Day. Day N 1 C 3 R 1 P 3 E 1 L 1 U 1 H 4 A 1. Name. 3rd. 52 circle in half. 10 less? 20 less? Score. green. How many are green? Name. 2. Split this 3. 2 circle in half. 4. Max has 20 jellybeans.. Finn does not know how to solve this problem. 4 are red, and the rest are Can you solve it for him? Explain it to Finn here: green. How

More information

SPARKO SWEETS NATIONAL PRICE LIST

SPARKO SWEETS NATIONAL PRICE LIST P9500-G P9500-GG P9500-GC P9500-GU P9500-GN P9500-Gspiral P9500-Gstar P9500-GV P9500-Aquatics Planet Galactic Cosmo Universe Galactic Galactic Galactic Galactic 3D Lollipops Aquatic Lollipop Bulk clarity!

More information

IELTS Speaking Questions & Topics for Part One. I d just like to ask you some questions about your hometown. IELTS buddy

IELTS Speaking Questions & Topics for Part One. I d just like to ask you some questions about your hometown. IELTS buddy IELTS Speaking Questions & Topics for Part One Hometown I d just like to ask you some questions about your hometown. Home 1 Where is your hometown? 2 What was it like growing up there? 3 Has it changed

More information

Summer Math Calendar Third Grade

Summer Math Calendar Third Grade Summer Math Calendar Third Grade Get ready to discover math all around you this summer! Just as teachers encourage students to continue reading throughout the summer to solidify and retain reading skills,

More information

Richard F. Bernotas Middle School Spanish

Richard F. Bernotas Middle School Spanish Richard F. Bernotas Middle School Spanish The following pages are taken from the Can-Do statements published by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language (ACTFL). These Can- Do statements

More information

Summer Writing. Carry your writer s notebook with you! Here are some places you can bring your writer s notebook:

Summer Writing. Carry your writer s notebook with you! Here are some places you can bring your writer s notebook: Summer Writing Writers are pretty ordinary people, except for at least one important difference. Other people have daily thoughts and feelings, notice this sky or that smell, but they don t do much about

More information

Summer Math Calendar

Summer Math Calendar Going into Third Grade Directions: Follow the daily activities to practice different math concepts. Feel free to extend any of the activities listed. When the work is completed, have a parent initial the

More information

Dr. Seuss Printable Activities

Dr. Seuss Printable Activities Dr. Seuss Printable Activities This section has the worksheets for your Dr. Seuss theme. Worksheets are theme related and also include the letter R, number 10, shape rectangle and color red. There are

More information

Mammals. ACROSS 1 Dolphins and whales are. 4 Most mammals have. 5 The and the beaver are mammals.

Mammals. ACROSS 1 Dolphins and whales are. 4 Most mammals have. 5 The and the beaver are mammals. Mammals Level 1., Story 1 1 2 1 Dolphins and whales are. Most mammals have. The and the beaver are mammals. 2 Mammal babies are born. A few mammals live on. alive, hair, land, mammals, seal Plants Level

More information

ASN SCHOOLS HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

ASN SCHOOLS HOLIDAY HOMEWORK ASN SCHOOLS HOLIDAY HOMEWORK CLASS I THEME: LIFE ON EARTH This is our world This is our home. This is the place where we belong Our world is an amazing place! It is the only planet we know about where

More information

Supply List for Pre-K Students:

Supply List for Pre-K Students: Supply List for Pre-K Students: Required items: * A back pack (large enough to hold a 9x12 pocket folder) for bringing home artwork, library/classroom books or other items. * A towel for rest time (Please

More information

Wild about Art Key Stage 1

Wild about Art Key Stage 1 Wild about Art Key Stage 1 Aim of session: To create artwork inspired by natural materials. To discover the diversity of colour in nature To use natural materials to encourage creativity. To investigate

More information

Experience Maths through Construction Play

Experience Maths through Construction Play Experience Maths through Construction Play them length, weight Place numbers 1 to 10 in more or Build a wall for the green bottles in the song. Build a kitchen for Polly. Explore different paper and materials.

More information

Essentials. Week by. Week. Investigations. Let s Write Write a story about. Seeing Math $ $ $ $ What Do You Think? Patterns, Patterns, Patterns

Essentials. Week by. Week. Investigations. Let s Write Write a story about. Seeing Math $ $ $ $ What Do You Think? Patterns, Patterns, Patterns Week by Week MATHEMATICS Essentials Grade 2 WEEK 21 Let s Write Write a story about 1 2 Seeing Math What Do You Think? Suppose you hit the target with three darts. How could you score 15? Is there more

More information

November. First Grade NO PREP. Math & Literacy Printables. By Anna Brantley

November. First Grade NO PREP. Math & Literacy Printables. By Anna Brantley November First Grade NO PREP Math & Literacy Printables By Anna Brantley Ready, Set, Print Literacy Printables November Words ABC Order- 3 Syllable Spin- 4 Long and Short Vowel Word Sort- 5 Compound Cornucopias-

More information

~Ice Breakers for New and Experienced Groups~

~Ice Breakers for New and Experienced Groups~ ~Ice Breakers for New and Experienced Groups~ 1. Who has the most speeding tickets in the group? 2. Share where you grew up and your fondest childhood memory. 3. Share a nickname you have and how you got

More information

CFU. A story uses words and illustrations to describe the character(s), setting, and plot in a story.

CFU. A story uses words and illustrations to describe the character(s), setting, and plot in a story. Concept Development A story uses words and illustrations to describe the character(s), setting, and plot in a story. 1. My uncle Joe is a farmer. 2. He lives on an apple farm. 3. He gets up early every

More information

Downloaded from

Downloaded from S.L.S D.A.V PUBLIC SCHOOL,MAUSAM VIHAR,DELHI-51 HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK 2013-14 CLASS-I NAME: ENGLISH a) Practice writing Ato Z (in cursive writing) in capital & small letters in Alphabets Notebook (3 times)

More information

Summer Math Calendar Second Grade

Summer Math Calendar Second Grade Summer Math Calendar Second Grade Get ready to discover math all around you this summer! Just as teachers encourage students to continue reading throughout the summer to solidify and retain reading skills,

More information

bar graph, base (geometry), base (number)

bar graph, base (geometry), base (number) The 3 5 MATH Concept Learning Bricks packet is organized alphabetically, with each concept explanation (concept, question, answer, gesture, and examples) listed first and the Concept Learning Brick visual

More information

HOLIDAY CARDS DESIGN PACK

HOLIDAY CARDS DESIGN PACK Embroider beautiful Holiday Cards on card stock paper for the special people in your life! You can find the card instructions on our Projects page on the website below or on the CD. www.starbirdstockdesigns.com

More information

Dear Parents,

Dear Parents, Dear Parents, This packet of math activities was created to help your child engage with and become excited about Math over the summer months. All projects in this packet are based upon the Connecticut

More information

Workbook Book 1 What are they doing at this time? Plant Magic I wish I were. The Lion and the Mouse (Formative Orals) Sleep is Necessary

Workbook Book 1 What are they doing at this time? Plant Magic I wish I were. The Lion and the Mouse (Formative Orals) Sleep is Necessary THE DADAR PARSEE YOUTHS ASSEMBLY HIGH SCHOOL SYLLABUS 06 07 STD. II FIRST TERM SUBJECT JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER ENGLISH PROSE AND POETRY Good, Better, Best From A to Z Mr. Cross Swats a Fly!

More information

SIGNING TIME THEME. There s singing time and dancing time And laughing time and playing time And now it is our favorite time SIGNING TIME

SIGNING TIME THEME. There s singing time and dancing time And laughing time and playing time And now it is our favorite time SIGNING TIME SIGNING TIME THEME There s singing time and dancing time And laughing time and playing time And now it is our favorite time SIGNING TIME Come visit our big tree house You can visit everyday There s lots

More information

Circle the shape that is different.

Circle the shape that is different. Circle the shape that is different. Circle the shapes that are the same. Color the animal that does not belong. Color the objects that have the same shape. Circle the object that does not belong. Draw

More information

WI C O F F S C H O O L P T A S C I E N C E F A I R RE G I S T RA T I ON F ORM FR I D AY, MARCH 3RD,

WI C O F F S C H O O L P T A S C I E N C E F A I R RE G I S T RA T I ON F ORM FR I D AY, MARCH 3RD, WI C O F F S C H O O L P T A S C I E N C E F A I R RE G I S T RA T I ON F ORM LA S T D A TE F O R F O R M S U B M IS S IO N : FR I D AY, MARCH 3RD, 2 0 1 7 RE T U RN FOR M WI T H MO N E Y T O CL AS S T

More information

HOLIDAYS HOME WORK ( ) CLASS-III

HOLIDAYS HOME WORK ( ) CLASS-III HOLIDAYS HOME WORK (2017-18) CLASS-III THEME : UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS United Nations proposed 2030 Agenda for sustainable development, which includes a set of 17 Sustainable Development

More information

*Projects for families to do together each month of the school year

*Projects for families to do together each month of the school year *Projects for families to do together each month of the school year September Family Project Parents, This month s family project invites your child to create a paper copy of themselves. Please help your

More information

on BUILDING NUMBER SENSE

on BUILDING NUMBER SENSE C on BUILDING NUMBER SENSE To the Student In FOCUS on Building Number Sense, Book C, you will read problems and answer questions. You will practice using a math strategy. It is called Building Number Sense.

More information

6. Jamie had 15. He wanted to buy some candy corn for 25. How much more money does he need?

6. Jamie had 15. He wanted to buy some candy corn for 25. How much more money does he need? 1. 2. The florist made a bouquet of red, orange and yellow fall flowers. There were 16 flowers altogether. There were 7 red flowers and 4 yellow flowers. How many were orange? Nate had 10 pumpkins. He

More information

Written by Leigh Severson

Written by Leigh Severson Thematic Unit NATIVE AMERICANS Written by Leigh Severson Illustrated by Blanca Apodaca, Cheryl Buhler, Sue Fullam, and Keith Vasconcelles Teacher Created Resources, Inc. 6421 Industry Way Westminster,

More information

Christmas Math Games, Puzzles and Brain Teasers

Christmas Math Games, Puzzles and Brain Teasers Christmas Math Games, Puzzles and Brain Teasers by Games Learning www.teacherspayteachers.com Copyright 0 Teresa Evans Updated 0, 0 Games Learning www.teacherspayteachers.com/store/games--learning All

More information

Valentines Day Activity Book For Kids By My Day Book

Valentines Day Activity Book For Kids By My Day Book Valentines Day Activity Book For Kids By My Day Book 7 Valentine's Day activities for kids - SheKnows - Valentine's Day activities for kids, including kids crafts, Valentine's Day with children might not

More information

The 100 Book Project. B. Dawson

The 100 Book Project. B. Dawson The 100 Book Project This project is your nightly reading homework for the entire school year. The project is intense and time consuming. It should be worked on nightly in order to remain on track. There

More information

Liberty Pines Academy Russell Sampson Rd. Saint Johns, Fl 32259

Liberty Pines Academy Russell Sampson Rd. Saint Johns, Fl 32259 Liberty Pines Academy 10901 Russell Sampson Rd. Saint Johns, Fl 32259 Meet the Artist Famous Painters O Keeffe Monet Chagall Klee Renoir Van Gogh Seurat A painter is an artist who creates pictures by

More information

Math 0 Classwork 0. Problem 2. Help create a shape necklace by the putting beads in the correct order:

Math 0 Classwork 0. Problem 2. Help create a shape necklace by the putting beads in the correct order: 1 Math 0 Classwork 0 Problem 1 Look at the picture. Are there more vases or flowers? Finish the picture (draw) so that the amount of vases will be the same as the amount of flowers. Which vase is different

More information

Little Activity Books, Mazes, Puzzles

Little Activity Books, Mazes, Puzzles Little s, Mazes, Puzzles Fun & Easy Activities 0-486-25531-X Easy Mazes 1.50 0-486-27675-9 Easy Hidden Pictures 0-486-27478-0 My First Hidden Picture 0-486-26299-5 My First Crossword Puzzle Book 0-486-26128-X

More information

Aldine I.S.D. Benchmark Targets /First Grade SUMMER 2004 Social Studies

Aldine I.S.D. Benchmark Targets /First Grade SUMMER 2004 Social Studies ASSURANCES: By the end of First Grade the Student will: 1. Understand the concepts of time and chronology by distinguishing among past, present, and future events. 2. Identify anthems and mottoes of the

More information

ELSA SUPPORT 2017

ELSA SUPPORT 2017 ELSA SUPPORT 2017 WWW.ELSA-SUPPORT.CO.UK ELSA SUPPORT 2017 WWW.ELSA-SUPPORT.CO.UK Decorate your bauble with all the things you like about Christmas My name is I am years old. Draw a Selfie. You could draw

More information

Test Booklet. Subject: SC, Grade: NECAP 4th Grade Science. Student name:

Test Booklet. Subject: SC, Grade: NECAP 4th Grade Science. Student name: Test Booklet Subject: SC, Grade: 04 2008 NECAP 4th Grade Science Student name: Author: Rhode Island District: Rhode Island Released Tests Printed: Wednesday February 03, 2016 1 A teacher buys the package

More information

rsday, 1 st Period Introducing sundubu Tsurumaki Onsen Avatar movie review and more The magazine from James Bond, 007FB007

rsday, 1 st Period Introducing sundubu Tsurumaki Onsen Avatar movie review and more The magazine from James Bond, 007FB007 Thu rsday, 1 st Period Introducing sundubu Tsurumaki Onsen Avatar movie review and more The magazine from James Bond, 007FB007 James Bond, 007FB007, Page 1 of 5 Table of Contents About Spicy Korean Rice

More information

Write silly sentences using a spelling word in each sentence. Please underline your spelling words! Write neatly!

Write silly sentences using a spelling word in each sentence. Please underline your spelling words! Write neatly! First write each word in pencil. Then trace over each word three times. Each time you trace, you must use a DIFFERENT colour crayon. Trace neatly and you will see a rainbow! Write silly sentences using

More information

101 Things You Can Be Grateful For

101 Things You Can Be Grateful For 101 Things You Can Be Grateful For Happiness & Gratitude Studies have shown that 50% of happiness levels are pre-determined by your genetic make-up and 10% are due to circumstances of life, which leaves

More information

3rd Grade. Fractions. Equal Parts. Slide 1 / 215 Slide 2 / 215. Slide 4 / 215. Slide 3 / 215. Slide 5 / 215. Slide 6 / 215.

3rd Grade. Fractions. Equal Parts. Slide 1 / 215 Slide 2 / 215. Slide 4 / 215. Slide 3 / 215. Slide 5 / 215. Slide 6 / 215. Slide 1 / 215 Slide 2 / 215 3rd Grade Fractions 2015-03-31 www.njctl.org Equal Parts Fractions of a Group Whole Number Fractions Slide 3 / 215 Comparing Fractions with Same D enominators or Numerators

More information

Downloaded from ENGLISH

Downloaded from  ENGLISH ENGLISH 1. Read the books of mentioned authors given below during your holidays Roald Dhar, Enid Blyton, R.K. Narayan Based on the book you read, write a review (100 words) of any one of the book. Write

More information

Four-leaf clovers are said to bring good luck. List some other wellknown. good-luck charms.

Four-leaf clovers are said to bring good luck. List some other wellknown. good-luck charms. March Calendar Free-time activities Name March Free-Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Make a bookmark in honor of Return The Borrowed Books Week, March 1 7. Then use it to remind yourself to

More information

3rd Grade. Fractions. Slide 1 / 215. Slide 2 / 215. Slide 3 / 215. Table of Contents Click title to go to that section

3rd Grade. Fractions. Slide 1 / 215. Slide 2 / 215. Slide 3 / 215. Table of Contents Click title to go to that section Slide 1 / 215 3rd Grade Slide 2 / 215 Fractions 2015-03-31 www.njctl.org Table of Contents Equal Parts Fractions of a Group Exploring Fractions with Pattern Blocks Fractions on a Number Line Click title

More information

Name Date Unit 2 - Wk.4 One Grain of Rice. Daily Language Arts / Math D.O.L.

Name Date Unit 2 - Wk.4 One Grain of Rice. Daily Language Arts / Math D.O.L. 10-1 Panama is a ribbon of land in Central America. It separates the Atlantic Ocean from the Pacific Ocean. 2 = metamorphosis 1. rectangle : square :: oval :. circle 2. tadpole : frog :: caterpillar :.

More information

MATH CRAFTIVITY. March LEPRECHAUN

MATH CRAFTIVITY. March LEPRECHAUN MATH CRAFTIVITY March LEPRECHAUN Activities included in this product: Leprechaun craft (slides #4-11) Pot of Gold Math Craft (slides #12-14) Math Task Card Activities (slides #14-22) There was a pot of

More information

Forms of social interaction, methodologies and media. Selection guided by topic

Forms of social interaction, methodologies and media. Selection guided by topic GISSV Elementary School Art Curriculum, Grade 1 Content Color Primary colors Warm and cool colors Graphics, printing, writing Point, line, pattern, texture Surface design Drawings Self-portraits Activities

More information

Some kids may not be able to buy a backpack. Write about some things that you would put in a backpack to give to a kid in need.

Some kids may not be able to buy a backpack. Write about some things that you would put in a backpack to give to a kid in need. Some kids may not be able to buy a backpack. Write about some things that you would put in a backpack to give to a kid in need. Old coins, stamps, and buttons are fun to collect. Write about something

More information

Weekly Math Magic- Set 1

Weekly Math Magic- Set 1 Weekly Math Magic- Set 1 Weekly Math Magic consists of nine weeks of mathematics printables designed to introduce, practice and review essential skills. Each week is presented in the exact same format

More information

Bears. ACROSS 3 Bears are very animals. 4 Bears can kill with one. DOWN 1 Bears have legs. 2 Bears have heads. big, hit, short, strong

Bears. ACROSS 3 Bears are very animals. 4 Bears can kill with one. DOWN 1 Bears have legs. 2 Bears have heads. big, hit, short, strong Bears Level 1.0, Story 1 1 2 Bears are very animals. Bears can kill with one. 1 Bears have legs. 2 Bears have heads. big, hit, short, strong The Bus Level 1.0, Story 2 1 2 A bus takes us. We can ride the

More information

Student Choice Literacy Center Activity Vocabulary Rings Literacy Center Activity cat ran Word rat tan sat man Sort Literacy Center Activity

Student Choice Literacy Center Activity Vocabulary Rings Literacy Center Activity cat ran Word rat tan sat man Sort Literacy Center Activity Student Choice Vocabulary Rings cat rat sat ran tan man Word Sort Record a- Story -at man sit can fit can ran Phonics Flippers The dog after the cat. I to eat ice cream. May I to the movies? I having a

More information

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Mother s Day/Father s Day Sparkle Bottles Boys Day

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Mother s Day/Father s Day Sparkle Bottles Boys Day Reduce, Reuse, Recycle We have continued with our unit on Reduce Reuse and Recycle. To reuse something, you use it again. We can use the second side of a paper. Trash can be reused to make an art project

More information

Objectives: Fluently add and subtract within 20. Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract.

Objectives: Fluently add and subtract within 20. Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract. Second Grade Blizzard Bag Day 2 Math Objectives: Fluently add and subtract within 20. Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract. 1. Practice math facts for 20 minutes

More information

The Enormous Turnip A Play. Characters: The white mouse. 4 Narrators. Scene 1

The Enormous Turnip A Play. Characters: The white mouse. 4 Narrators. Scene 1 The Enormous Turnip A Play Characters: Ben Johnson Pip the dog The white mouse Mrs Lizzie Johnson Katie Johnson Lola the cat 4 Narrators Scene 1 (It is night time. is standing in his beautiful garden.

More information

Children s University Australia Winter Challenge Activities

Children s University Australia Winter Challenge Activities Children s University Australia Winter Challenge Activities Each activity in this booklet is worth half an hour in your passport complete as many as you can and return them to your schools CUA coordinator!

More information

Table of Contents. #5140 Handprints, Footprints and Holidays Teacher Created Resources, Inc.

Table of Contents. #5140 Handprints, Footprints and Holidays Teacher Created Resources, Inc. Table of Contents Introduction...3 Songs for Hands and Feet...4 Skills Development...9 Holding a Writing Implement...9 Tracing Tips...9 Tracing Practice...10 Using Scissors...12 Scissors Safety...12 Cutting

More information

We believe in obeying the law.

We believe in obeying the law. . Obeying the Law Game Rules 1. Pick a number from the bowl (or basket). 2. Take your turn in order, starting with the person who picked number one. 3. Stand during your turn. 4. Give your number to the

More information

First Grade Lesson One

First Grade Lesson One First 90 First One FIRST GRADE LESSON NO. LENGTH OF LESSON: SENSORY EXPLORATION 30 Minutes ARCHITECTURAL PRINCIPLES: Visual relationships are determined by light, shadow, edges and contrast. Design is

More information

RECYCLED CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIONS

RECYCLED CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIONS RECYCLED CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIONS A plastic bottle Strong scissors Hole punch Split pin paper fastener Sting or ribbon for hanging Decorating pens for glass or plastic./glitter Glue 20 minutes per decoration

More information

8dc\gVijaVi^dch dc ndjg ejgx]vhz d[ hdbz d[ i]z ÄcZhi izvx]^c\ bvizg^vah ^c i]z ldgay#

8dc\gVijaVi^dch dc ndjg ejgx]vhz d[ hdbz d[ i]z ÄcZhi izvx]^c\ bvizg^vah ^c i]z ldgay# Bulletin boards are important to your classroom environment. They can make a room inviting, provide important information, display students work, and reinforce learning. Seasonal Bulletin Boards presents

More information

English 1 st Grade M-Z Vocabulary Cards and Word Walls Revised: 1/13/14

English 1 st Grade M-Z Vocabulary Cards and Word Walls Revised: 1/13/14 English 1 st Grade M-Z Vocabulary Cards and Word Walls Revised: 1/13/14 Important Notes for Teachers: The vocabulary cards in this file match the Common Core, the math curriculum adopted by the Utah State

More information

Snow Day! READ WITH THE STARS! January Activity

Snow Day! READ WITH THE STARS! January Activity January Activity Snow Day! The children from Robin Hill School have a snow day, and they can t wait to go outside. Draw a line from the children to the items they need to get ready for a cold day. Robin

More information

Few tips to make the vacation a fruitful time for your child.

Few tips to make the vacation a fruitful time for your child. Dear Parents, Summer Break is a welcome change for everyone which provides a retreat from daily routine. It is also a great opportunity to explore and enrich our young children s mind with new experiences

More information

Back to School Supplies

Back to School Supplies Back to School Supplies New Haven School Supplies List Hope you re all enjoying the wonderful summer we re having this year. Doesn t it seem seem just like yesterday when the school year ended? Now before

More information

Your Memory Book and Memory Box

Your Memory Book and Memory Box Your Memory Book and Memory Box This book is all about you, so you can enjoy drawing or writing and sticking photographs in it When you feel ready you can start, on any page you like. Your foster carer

More information

Extensions and Adaptations Make other compound word triangles and trivia cards (Activity Master V.009.AM4).

Extensions and Adaptations Make other compound word triangles and trivia cards (Activity Master V.009.AM4). V.009 Morphemic Elements Compound Word Trivia Objective The student will identify the meaning of compound words. Materials Compound Word triangles (Activity Master V.009.AM1a - V.009.AM1b) Trivia cards

More information

ELMS CRCT ACADEMY 6TH GRADE MATH ( )

ELMS CRCT ACADEMY 6TH GRADE MATH ( ) Name: Date: 1. Gabriel is 2 years older than his sister, Leeann. Which of the following graphs correctly represents the relationship between Gabriel's age and Leeann's age, in years? This online assessment

More information

Instructional Targets

Instructional Targets Grade Band: Preschool Unit Topic: Holiday Celebrations Pre-Kindergarten 4 5 years Language and Literacy Development: Early Reading/Print Concepts Follow words left to right, top to bottom, page to page.

More information

Foundation Stage. Using and applying mathematics. Framework review. Use developing mathematical ideas and methods to solve practical problems

Foundation Stage. Using and applying mathematics. Framework review. Use developing mathematical ideas and methods to solve practical problems Foundation Stage Using and applying mathematics Use developing mathematical ideas and methods to solve practical problems Look at the apples. Are there more green apples or more red apples? How can you

More information

Choose a or an. 11. sofa. 1. Easter egg. 2. European holiday. 12. ugly picture. 3. umbrella. 13. expensive suit. 4. yellow dress. 14.

Choose a or an. 11. sofa. 1. Easter egg. 2. European holiday. 12. ugly picture. 3. umbrella. 13. expensive suit. 4. yellow dress. 14. APPENDIX EXERCISE A1.1 Choose a or an. 1. Easter egg 2. European holiday 3. umbrella 4. yellow dress 5. car 6. beautiful view 7. hour 8. uniform 9. orange 10. interesting day 11. sofa 12. ugly picture

More information

READING LOGWITH READER RESPONSE QUESTIONS. freebie

READING LOGWITH READER RESPONSE QUESTIONS. freebie WEEKLY READING LOGWITH READER RESPONSE QUESTIONS freebie READING LOG Name: Remember to read for at least 20 minutes per night. Answer one question per night. Use complete sentences in your answer. Mon

More information

Connectives quiz. Level A. 1. Which is the connective (joining word)? A) ran B) but C) home. 2. Which is the connective (joining word)?

Connectives quiz. Level A. 1. Which is the connective (joining word)? A) ran B) but C) home. 2. Which is the connective (joining word)? Level A 1. Which is the connective (joining word)? A) ran B) but C) home 2. Which is the connective (joining word)? A) away B) chased C) because 3. Which is the connective (joining word)? A) cat B) the

More information

Dear Educator, Thank you for using this unit eworkbook. Your students will enjoy learning about this topic.

Dear Educator, Thank you for using this unit eworkbook. Your students will enjoy learning about this topic. Dear Educator, Thank you for using this unit eworkbook. Your students will enjoy learning about this topic. Sylvia & Pat This unit can be used as a stand alone unit for learning about the given subject.

More information

Breaking "Small Group Ice"

Breaking Small Group Ice Breaking "Small Group Ice" The first minutes of small-group meetings are vital. Good icebreakers can cut away social barriers and promote open sharing throughout the rest of the meeting. Rules of thumb

More information

Various Materials To Use with Die-Cuts

Various Materials To Use with Die-Cuts Various Materials To Use with Die-Cuts Activity & Programming Ideas 1. Flexible Magnet 2. Cling Vinyl 3. Pop Up Sponge 4. Plastic Sheets (for Strawbees die cuts) 5. Strawbees kits (if don t want to cut

More information

Classroom Activities Teacher s Guide

Classroom Activities Teacher s Guide The PBS KIDS wordmark and PBS KIDS Logo are registered trademarks of the Public Broadcasting Service. All rights reserved. The Arthur television series is based on the Arthur Adventure books by Marc Brown,

More information

Goob and the Bug-Collecting Kit

Goob and the Bug-Collecting Kit Goob and the Bug-Collecting Kit oob was walking by Tootle s Toy Store when he saw a bug-collecting kit in the window. It was on sale for four dollars. Wow! said Goob. I ve wanted a kit like that for a

More information

Essentials. Week by. Week. Investigations. Let s Write Write a note to explain to your teacher how you and your partner played Race to a Dollar.

Essentials. Week by. Week. Investigations. Let s Write Write a note to explain to your teacher how you and your partner played Race to a Dollar. Week by Week MATHEMATICS Essentials Grade 2 WEEK 17 Let s Write Write a note to explain to your teacher how you and your partner played Race to a Dollar. Seeing Math What Do You Think? The students wanted

More information

ENGLISH HOLIDAY HOME WORK

ENGLISH HOLIDAY HOME WORK ENGLISH HOLIDAY HOME WORK 1. HOW WILL YOU SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS? 2. HAVE YOU VISITED ANY PLACE OF TOURISTS INTERESTDURING HOLIDAYS? WRITE A FEW SENTENCES ABOUT THAT PLACE. WHICH PLACE DO YOU WANT TO VISIT

More information

Teacher s Friend, a Scholastic Company. October Idea Book

Teacher s Friend, a Scholastic Company. October Idea Book Bulletin Boards and More! OUR READING PATCH Display a large orange pumpkin for each student on the class bulletin board. As assignments are completed or stories read, the students add eyes, noses and mouths

More information

Unit 8 Operations and Algebraic Thinking: Addition within 10

Unit 8 Operations and Algebraic Thinking: Addition within 10 Unit 8 Operations and Algebraic Thinking: Addition within 10 Introduction In this unit, students build on Unit 7 by adding numbers with a total less than or equal to 10. They will follow the sequence of

More information

Grade K Module 3 Lessons 1 19

Grade K Module 3 Lessons 1 19 Eureka Math 2015 2016 Grade K Module 3 Lessons 1 19 Eureka Math, Published by the non-profit Great Minds. Copyright 2015 Great Minds. No part of this work may be reproduced, distributed, modified, sold,

More information

Holiday gift giving shouldn t feel like another deadline on your to-do list.

Holiday gift giving shouldn t feel like another deadline on your to-do list. Holiday Gift Guide for Business and Corporate Gifts Holiday gift giving shouldn t feel like another deadline on your to-do list. Use this guide to find gifts, cards and packaging for everyone on your business

More information

MATHEMATICS TEST. Paper 2 calculator allowed LEVEL 6 TESTS ANSWER BOOKLET. First name. Middle name. Last name. Date of birth Day Month Year

MATHEMATICS TEST. Paper 2 calculator allowed LEVEL 6 TESTS ANSWER BOOKLET. First name. Middle name. Last name. Date of birth Day Month Year LEVEL 6 TESTS ANSWER BOOKLET Ma MATHEMATICS TEST LEVEL 6 TESTS Paper 2 calculator allowed First name Middle name Last name Date of birth Day Month Year Please circle one Boy Girl Year group School YOU

More information

Table of Contents. Unit 7 Fiction: The Blue Ribbon Nonfiction: Cartoons Questions Time to Write!... 44

Table of Contents. Unit 7 Fiction: The Blue Ribbon Nonfiction: Cartoons Questions Time to Write!... 44 Table of Contents Introduction.... 4 How to Use This Book... 6 Understanding and Using the UNC Method... 8 Unit 1 Fiction: Home on Wheels... 10 Nonfiction: Red, White, and Blue... 11 Questions... 12 Time

More information

Lesson: Feathers in the Forest

Lesson: Feathers in the Forest Lesson: Feathers in the Forest Topic/Essential Question: How do trees provide food and homes for birds? Unit: Why Are Trees Terrific? Kindergarten Environmental Literacy Content Standards: Science 3.0

More information

H M J H I J K G I K

H M J H I J K G I K 32.009.H 32.008.M 32.013.J 32.010.H 32.017.K 32.014.J 32.015.I 32.011.G 32.016.I 32.012.K 301 32.042.K 32.043.D 32.040.P 32.039.H 32.041.R 32.045.M 32.046.E 32.047.E 32.048.G 302 32.019.E 32.049.J 32.018.M

More information

Little Youngsters Stencil Package Game Ideas

Little Youngsters Stencil Package Game Ideas Little Youngsters Stencil Package Game Ideas Includes: Circle-Up (Small) Upper Case Letter Set Number & Symbol Set Shapes That Shape You Up Animal Foot Prints Hand Prints or Foot Prints Bouncin Balloons

More information