• ** Please keep ALL completed work in a folder and label it with your child's name. This work will be collected for review at a later time. If you do not have a printer, you can date assignments and do them on loose leaf paper, or in a journal.**


    Kindergarten Learning Packet

    April 13th - April 17th



    • Count with an adult to 100 by ones and tens
    • Write numbers 1-20
    • Teen Number / Number Line Addition (Jumping Froggies)
    • Addition sums within 10 worksheet
    • Model the story problem worksheet (Addition)



    • Listen to your favorite read aloud online or at home.
    • Write a sentence about your favorite character with a picture to match.  (Page 1)
    • Write a sentence about your favorite part with a picture to match (Page 2)
    • Write a sentence about what you have been doing at home with a picture to match (Page 3)



    • Beginning sounds picture match



    • Talk to a family member about todays weather and the type of clothing they should wear.


  • April 20th - April 24th


    Lesson 21



    Day 1:


    Topic: Working Together

    Sight words: make, them, give, play, say, new


    Read Aloud The Good Egg By: Jory John

    * Tell an adult: Who was the main character in the story? What was the major problem? How did the character's feelings change by the end of the book?

    * Draw a picture of the Good Egg and write a sentence explaining two ways you can be a good egg. 

    Example: I am a good egg because..........


    *Reading Comprehension - Practice


    Sight Words: Review words from Unit 1- Unit 3 with an adult

    I, like, the, and, see, we, a, to, come, me, with, my, you, what, are, now

    *Write out the words that you missed three times each.


    Math: Write your numbers to 30

    Story Problems (Draw to solve and write an equation to match.)

    1. I had 5 suckers, and I ate one on the way home. How many do I have left?

    2. Jill has 6 balls. Bill has two fewer than Jill. How many balls does Bill have?


    Science: Observe and describe the weather today (sunny, cloudy, rainy, snowy, warm, cold)

    *Draw a picture and write a sentence to describe todays weather conditions. 


    Day 2:


    Read Aloud Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin By: Lloyd Moss

    *Recall the names of the five different groups that play together.


    Comprehension Day 2


    Skills: Write five words that rhyme with Zin. (Remember rhyming words end the same.)


    Math : Write your numbers to 100 by 10's.

    Story Problems (Draw to solve and write an equation to match.)

    1. If I have 2 violins and 3 trombones, how many instruments do I have all together?


    Science:  Draw a picture of yourself outside today. Lable the clothes you are wearing.


    Day 3:


    Read Aloud Simon and Molly Plus Hester By: Lisa Jahn Clough

    *What was your favorite part of the story? Draw a picture with a sentence to match.


      Comprehension Day 3


    Skills: Review Unit 4 sight words with an adult

     is, how, of, so, many, where, but, came, find, on, from, this, will, be, into, that, your, who, go, for, here, they, soon, up

    *Write out the words you missed three times each.


    Math: Write your numbers to 30.


    Science: Learn Weather Vocabulary


    Day 4:


    *Discuss how The Good Egg, Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin and Simon and Molly Plus Hester are realted. Tell an adult an example from each book that models Working Together. (Add details from each text to support your thinking.)


    Comprehension Day 4


    Skills:(Make, them, give, play, say, new)  Say each word in a sentence.


    Math-   Write your numbers to 100 by 5's.


    Science-    Draw picture of your favorite weather. Write a sentence to match.


    Day 5:


     *Write an opinion piece of what book you liked the most this week. I like... (title of book.) Then give two reasons or

      details from the book that you liked.


    Comprehension Day 5


    Skills: Tapping Out Words



    *Write out and solve your partners of 5.

               0+5=     1+4=      2+3=      3+2=    4+1=      5+0=    4+1=     3+2=  


    Science: Weather Song


    April 27th - May 1st


    Lesson 22




    Topic – Growing Up

    Sight Words – said, good, was, then, ate, could


    Monday- Day 1


    Reading Comprehension 1


    * Read Aloud: A Tiger Grows Up, By: Anastasia Suen 


    Parents, please listen to the story with your child.

    While listening, pause the story to ask questions about the events in the book.

    For example, discuss how the tiger grows and how the mother tiger cares for her cubs.

    After reading, have your child write and draw about one thing the tiger learns to do as it grows up.


    Skills – Read new sight words together. Make flashcards or cut the cards out from your sight word packets.


    Math – Count to 100 by 10s with an adult.

    * Answer the question of the day in your math notebook.

     Draw a picture to show how you answered the question.

     “Corey was looking for books in the library. She saw 5 books on the table. Corey took 2 of the books from the table to read.

    How many books were left on the table?”


    Science – Go outside and observe how nature is changing as the temperature gets higher.

    * Draw a picture of something that you notice about the spring season.


    Tuesday – Day 2


    Reading Comprehension 2


    Read Aloud: Leo the Late Bloomer, By: Robert Kraus 


    Parents, please listen to the story with your child.

    Hit pause at different parts while reading and have your child identify the characters, setting and important events.

    After listening, have your child identify Leo’s problem and how it was solved.

    *Have your child pick one thing that Leo learns how to do and draw/write about it.


    Skills – Review all sight words and use them to write a sentence.


    Math – Count to 100 by 1s with an adult.

    *Answer the question of the day in your math notebook.

     Draw a picture to show how you answered the question.

     “There were 7 kids on the playground. 3 kids went home. How many kids were left on the playground?“


    Science – Pick your favorite season and talk about it with an adult.


    Wednesday – Day 3


    Reading Comprehension 3


    Review the story from yesterday, Leo the Latebloomer, by Robert Kraus. Talk to an adult about how you are like Leo. What are some things you can do now that you couldn’t do at the beginning of kindergarten?

    *Make a list of 4 things you have learned to do and draw a picture of you doing your favorite. 

    Example: “I learned how to tie my shoes.”


    Skills – Practice tapping out the sounds as you read the words:

        jet   jug   jam   box   fox   fax   yes    yet       yam


    Math – Practice writing 0 – 20.

    *Answer the question of the day in your math notebook.

     Draw a picture to show how you answered the question.

     “There are 9 birds in the tree. 2 fly away. How many birds are left?”


    Science – Talk to an adult about how you can use your senses to describe springtime. (see, hear, taste, smell, touch)

    * Draw a picture of something that you talked about. Please write a sentence about how you used your sense.

        Example: “I used my sense of sight to see the robin.”


    Thursday – Day 4


    Reading Comprehension 4


    Listen to the story  The Dot, By: Peter H. Reynolds. 


    Parents, please listen with your child.

    *After listening to the story, talk about the following:

    ·      Who was the main character of the story?

    ·      What was her problem?

    ·      Was she able to fix her problem?


    Skills – Put the words with the same beginning sounds together:

        man  jar  sun   mop  mug  jog  sat  jig  sad 


    Math – Practice counting to 100 by 1s and by 10s.

    Listen to the Ten Frame Song: The Ten Frame Song

    *Answer the question of the day in your math notebook.

    Draw a picture to show how you answered the question.

    “There were 6 pennies on the ten frame.  How many more pennies do you need to fill the ten frame?”


    Science – Talk about one of the seasons and draw a picture and write a sentence that matches.


    Friday – Day 5


    *Reading Comprehension 5


    *Talk about the 3 books we have read this week. How are they alike? How did the books fit the topic of the week?


    Skills – Review all of your sight words and practice using them in a sentence or two.


    Math – Practice counting to 100by 1s or 10s.  Write 0 – 20.

    * Make up your own question of the day and write it in your math notebook. Solve your problem and draw a picture to show your work.


    Science – Go outside on a nature walk.

    *Draw a picture of yourself outside and the special clothing you need to wear.

     What is something that you are wearing today that you couldn’t wear in December?