Kindergarten Themes 39 worksheets available Learn about the different themes introduced in a kindergarten classroom.
For some reason, I have strong memories associated with the Winter Olympics. I had a subscription to Sports Illustrated for Kids and read all about the athletes, kept a medal count, and I think we even had our own version of the games in our classroom.
Crazy how fast time flies! Anyway, I just had to channel my excitement into a new learning resource. Plus, it has a follow-up comprehension check to complete afterward.
You can grab both for FREE at the bottom of this post. That particular text also comes in mini-book form with pictures. These types of text are great for introducing and highlighting key vocabulary, too. This is a great opportunity to discuss competition, athletes, and sportsmanship, in addition to all of the vocabulary that is specific to the games.
Your kids will love to see all of the sports played during the games and color in a set of trading cards. These cards can also be used for creating a sports sort of all of the different events played during the Winter Games and classifying them appropriately.
You can even do the follow-up graphing activity to reinforce this math skill! To add to your daily writing, include these journal prompts. Simply cut and paste them right into their journals and discuss their responses as a class afterward.
Here are some fun and easy! Of course, this is a natural opportunity to learn about the host country, too.
This resource includes a fact sheet and a construct-a-flag activity that is perfect for little learners. And, lastly, a super cute directed draw of the mascots. Your kids will absolutely love the easy directions that they can do with little to no support from you.
Great for a station! This resource is available for purchase. Simply click HERE or on the graphic below. Want to remember this post? Pin the image below! This resources is yours with a confirmed subscription.We all know that young children learn best through hands-on activities.
When children can manipulate letters to form words or use manipulatives such as counters to . A community helper theme teaches students about all the people who live and work in their neighborhood. There are so many fun community helper themed activities you can do with preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten kiddos and sneak in tons of learning experiences too!
Kindergarten literacy center activities for reading. Phonemic Awareness Games How to Play the Game This is a partner game that would need to be monitored by an adult (this is why it is a good game to play at home).
The first day of school can be a scary time for kids, especially Kindergarten kids who may have never entered a classroom before. As a teacher, you can make the transition to school a bit easier by providing your class with fun and memorable first day of school activities.
Week: Theme Centers: Shared Reading Centers: Work Tasks: 1: th Day and Dental Health. ABC Center. Math: Missing Numbers. Writing: Book--Print, cut apart, and.
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