This is a printable Distance Learning packet BUNDLE for TK or Kindergarten, WEEKS 1-12! That's right, the first 12 weeks of school! You will find everything you need for one week of school in each packet, for TK for Math and Language Arts, and arts and crafts. Feel free to use any or all of it with your students!
This is a printable Distance Learning packet BUNDLE for TK or Kindergarten, WEEKS 1-12! That's right, the first 12 weeks of school! You will find everything you need for one week of school in each packet, for TK for Math and Language Arts, and arts & crafts.
We've included a variety of hands-on activities and worksheets, so you can use just part of it or all of it with your students! Theses packets can be used for both TK or Kinder, depending on your skill level of the students and needs. Worksheets and activities include practice with letter recognition and letter writing, rhyming, sight words, beginning sounds, counting, number writing, patterning, and scissor practice!
A list of recommended HeidiSongs music videos for the week is also included, and it links to our HeidiSongs internet video site. However, a subscription to our internet video streaming site is not included. You are welcome to eliminate this page as needed.
We've divided everything up by day of the week, (Monday-Friday) so you have the option of sending this entire packet to students, with everything labeled out on what to do each day! Permission is granted to distribute to families/students in your classroom.
You may notice that there are lots of hands-on activities for math included. However, on each of these “worksheets,” (which are more like parent handouts), I have stated on it that it is fine to substitute another type of toy or manipulative, such as Lego bricks, etc. We designed this packet so that parents could do it without teacher help, assuming they can read and comprehend the basic instructions. However, it can also be used with teacher guidance online via Zoom or Google Meet, etc. The idea is that if your technology fails, the parents can continue working with their children. It should work both ways. I will be posting more ideas for distance learning on my blog.
When I (Heidi) teach remotely this year, I plans to print out the packets and send them to families, divided by day of the week. Then I will give directions for each activity via Zoom or Google Meets, sing with the children using the music videos referenced, and have the children do the activities right there while I “watch” online and wait for questions. Children that finish early can “go play” or read a book at home until we are ready to proceed with the next activity.
This zip file has 12 weeks of packets, between 36-38 pages in each packet, including a weekly lesson plan with a daily breakdown. Click here for a preview of week 12!