A Distance Learning packet for TK and Kindergarten, full of no prep, printables for WEEK THREE of the school year! In this file, you will find all of the work for one week of school, a separate packet for both TK and Kindergarten, for both Math and Language Arts subjects. We've included a variety of worksheets and activities, so feel free to use any or all of it with your students!
This is a printable Distance Learning packet for TK or Kindergarten, WEEK THREE! In this file, you will find all of the work for one week of school, for either TK or Kindergarten for both Math and Language Arts subjects. We've included a variety of worksheets and activities, so feel free to use any or all of it with your students! There are two different packets, one for TK and one for Kinder. They do have some similar worksheets but there are certain math and language arts worksheets that are geared towards the each level of learning. We have also included practice with sorting, letter recognition, counting, patterning, and scissor practice. This week we're continuing the "A Pancake is a Circle" book craft for students to print out and do. Directions for how to make this craft is included, along with photos of each completed project.
Starting this week, we will be including packets for BOTH TK and Kindergarten. Because of this, these are great packets for split (combination) classes! 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.
When I teach remotely this year, I plan 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. However, this packet would also work for families to just use them without video guidance from the teacher. It should work either way. I will be posting more ideas for distance learning on my blog.
This file has 72 pages, including a lesson plan with a daily breakdown.
One packet for TK and one packet for Kindergarten. Click here for a preview.