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Monster Resources
Week of 06-01-20


Monster at the End of the Book

 

Where the Wild Things Are

Monster Math

Count to 100 with Monsters

Science with Grover

I Need my Monster

Monster DIY

Monster Shuffle

 

Math Mat

Monster Facts

Big Green Monster Organizer

 

Slime




Camping Resources
Week of 05-25-20

Pete the Cat Goes Camping

 

Curious George Goes Camping

STEM: Build a Marshmallow Tent

How to Make Shadow Puppets

 

Dr. Bionics Show

ABC Nature Walk

Tobee Goes Camping

 

Challenge Math Mat

Campfire Craft



Pirate Resources
Week of 05-18-20


Pirates Love Underpants

 

Pirates Go to School

How I Became a Pirate

Sink or Float

Adding With Pirates

 

Subitize with Pirates

If I were a Pirate

Treasure Hunt

Pete the Cat and the Treasure Map

Jack Hartmann: Silly Pirate Song

ABC Pirate Song

Challenge Math Mat



Hawaiian Resources
Week of 05-11-20

 


Froggy Goes to Hawaii

 

The Goodnight Gecko   Hawaiian Facts for Kids  Volcano Experiment
 Hula Dance  Ten Little Surfers Challenge Math Mat   Poi Recipe
       





Rainbow Resources

Week of 05-04-20




Rainbow Addition Game
 


 Letter Formation

A Month of Math 
 
Planting a Rainbow
 
Rainbow Writing Example
 Color Hunt  
Rainbow Acrostic Poem
 
A Rainbow of My Own


Cloud Resources 
Week of 04-27-20



 The Cloud Book
 Puffy Paint  Moon Sand  Salt Dough  
 Cloud in a Jar
 Cloud in a Jar 2

 Kindergarten Sight Words

 A Month of Math
 



Earth Day Resources
Week of 04-20-20


Kindergarten Sight Words.pdf
A Month of Math
Taking Care of the Earth


Dear Parents,
Attached is an optional packet of work and activities that you may complete at home with your child.  All of the material is review and no new concepts are being introduced.  If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your child's teacher.
K Team

Kindergarten Packet.pdf

Activity Mats.pdf


**Parents click on the link to access optional online resources for your children**

Online Student Resources


 

Marking Period 3 Objectives

**The highlighted objectives have already been introduced/taught**

(Please keep in mind that every classroom may be in a slightly different place.)

 

 

Reading

 

K. 3 The student will orally identify, segment and blend various phonemes to develop phonological and phonemic awareness.

d) Blend and segment one-syllable words into phonemes including onset and rime.

g) Segment one-syllable words into individual phonemes.

 

K.5 The student will demonstrate an understanding that print conveys meaning.

d) Read his/her name and commonly used high-frequency words.

 

K.6 The student will develop an understanding of basic phonetic principles.

b) Match consonant, short vowel, and initial consonant digraph sounds to appropriate letters.

c) Demonstrate a speech-to-print match through accurate finger-point reading in familiar text that includes words with more than one syllable.

 

K.7 The student will expand vocabulary and use of word meanings.

e) Use number words.

h) Use verbs to identify actions.

 

K.9 The student will demonstrate comprehension of nonfiction texts.

b) Identify text features specific to the topic, such as titles, headings, and pictures.

c) Ask and answer questions about what is read.

 

Writing

 

K.10a Print capital letters

K.10b Print lowercase letters

K.10b Print first and last name

K.11a Differentiate pictures from writing

K.11b Draw pictures

K.11c Use letters to phonetically spell words that describe pictures or experiences.

K.11d Write left to right

K.11d Write top to bottom

K.11g Share writing

 

Mathematics

K.1a Tell how many are in a given set of 20 or fewer objects by counting orally.

K.1b Read, write and represent numbers from 0 to 20.

K.3a Count forward orally by ones from 0 to 100.

K.3b Count backward orally by ones when given any number between 1 and 10.

K.3c Identify the number after, without counting, when given any number between 0 and 100 and identify the number before, without counting, when given any number between 1   and 10.

K.3d Count forward by tens to determine the total number of objects to 100.

K.10a Identify and describe plane figures (circle, triangle, square, and rectangle).

K.10b Compare the size (smaller, larger) and shape of plane figures (circle, triangle, square, and rectangle).

K.13 Identify, describe, extend, create, and transfer repeating patterns.


Social Studies

 

K.1 b) The student will use basic map skills to support an understanding of the community.

K.4) The student will describe the relative location of people, places, and things by using positional words, with emphasis on near/far, above/below, left/right, and behind/in front.

K.5) The student will develop an awareness that a map is a drawing of a place to show where things are located and that a globe is a round model of Earth.

K.5c) The student will locate land and water features on a map.

K.5d) The student will identify basic map symbols in a map legend.

K.6a) The student will develop an awareness that maps and globes show a view from above.

K.7b) The student will develop an awareness that maps and globes show things in smaller size.

K.7c) The student will develop an awareness that maps and globes show the position of objects.

K.11) The student will recognize the holidays and the people associated with the holidays; George Washington Day (Presidents’ Day).

 

Science

K.1.a   The student will ask questions based on observations and make predictions based on observations

K.1 d   The student will make simple conclusions based on data or observations

K.4a    The student will understand that water has many uses;

K.4b   The student will understand that water can be found in many places

K.4c   The student will understand that water occurs in different phases

K.4d   The student will understand that water flows downhill.

K.8a    The student will understand that shadows can be produced when sunlight or artificial light is blocked by an object

K.8b   The student will understand that objects in shadows and objects in sunlight have different temperatures.

K.9a   The student will investigate and understand that there are patterns in nature. Key patterns include - day and night.