Kindergarten Team
DISTANCE LEARNING CONTENT

County Created Distance Learning Packets

 

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Distance Learning

Week of: May 18-22

Weekly Standards:

Reading/Language Arts

R.F.K.2 – Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes)

RF.K.3 – Know and apply grade level phonics in decoding words. (long and short vowels)

 

Math

NBTA.1 – Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into tens and ones.

K.MDA.2 – Directly compare two objects with measurable attributes – taller/shorter and more/less.

KCCA.1 – Counting to 100 by ones and tens.

 

Monday Assignments – 5/18

Reading – View/Listen to the summer time video: https://youtu.be/V_BnhRJmxtA 

 

Writing – Write 2-3 sentences about what you like to do in the summer. Ex: I like to swim. Draw a picture to match your sentences.

 

Phonics – Long and Short Vowels (a,e,i, o, and u) https://youtu.be/4TjcT7Gto3U

 

Math: https://youtu.be/yi3DpZwRLnY

Answer the following questions:

How many groups of tens and ones make 11? (one group of ten and one one)

How many groups of tens and ones make 12? (one group of ten and two ones)

How many groups of tens and ones make 13? (one group of ten and three ones)

How many groups of tens and ones make 14? (one group of ten and four ones)

How many groups of tens and ones make 15? (one group of ten and five ones)

*continue to 19*

 

Bonus question – How many tens and ones would make 20?

 

Tuesday Assignments- 5/19

Reading/Phonics - Syllable Review: https://youtu.be/9S7DY2lgJlU

 

How many syllables do the following words have:

(swim, summer, camping, tent, water, ski, lake, boat, vacation, beach, bicycle, ocean)

 

Read to self for a minimum of 10 minutes – Students can choose a book from Epic.com or search leveled books on Youtube, Level C or higher.

Math- Longer/Shorter:  https://youtu.be/X_97AO2SkGU

 

Answer the following questions:

Which is longer – a shovel or a worm?

Which is shorter – a jump rope or a popsicle?

Which is longer – a fish or a whale?

Which is shorter – a flip flop or a tent?

Which is longer – a flashlight or a beach towel?

 

Wednesday Assignments- 5/19

Reading/Phonics- CVC Words: https://youtu.be/j2hazzQ5bSs

 

Read the following words: big, dog, bug, sun, bat, hat, cap, pet, hit, hot, and map

 

Writing: Write a telling sentence with one of the words listed above. Write an asking sentence with one of the words listed above. Write one sentence using an exclamation mark.

 

Read to self for a minimum of 10 minutes – Students can choose a book from Epic.com or search leveled books on Youtube, Level C or higher.

 

Math: More/Less: https://youtu.be/E34PAOGYRNk

 

Pat has 5 frogs. Sam has 8 frogs. Who has more frogs? Who has the least?

Bob has 6 turtles. Pam has 11 turtles. Who has more turtles? Who has the least?

Matt built 4 sandcastles. His friend Ted built 9 sandcastles. Who has more? Who has the least?

 

BONUS: Kim bought 4 pair of sunglasses. She went back to the store and bought 2 more pair of sunglasses. Sam bought 9 pair of sunglasses. Who has more sunglasses?

 

 

Thursday Assignments- 5/21

 

Reading/Phonics- Sight Words: https://youtu.be/OgQyQshx_p4

 

Writing: Rainbow write (use different color crayons or markers) the following the sight words. Example: the

my, and, like, we, go, see, love, that, of, can

 

Read to self for a minimum of 10 minutes – Students can choose a book from Epic.com or search leveled books on Youtube, Level C or higher

 

Math- Count to 100: https://youtu.be/0TgLtF3PMOc

 

Practice counting to 100 by ones - to a grown up.

Practice counting to 100 by tens – to a grown up.

 

BONUS -Practice counting to 100 by fives – to a grown up.

                                                

 

Friday Assignments- 5/22                            

 

Reading/Phonics: Exercise to Rhyming Words: https://youtu.be/cSPmGPIyykU

 

Write a rhyming word that rhymes with SIT. Write a rhyming word that rhymes with DOG. Write a rhyming word that rhymes with SUN. Write a rhyming word that rhymes with PIG.

 

BONUS: Write 3 rhyming words that rhyme with HAT.

 

Read to self for a minimum of 10 minutes – Students can choose a book from Epic.com or search leveled books on Youtube, Level C or higher

 

 

Math: Tens and Ones: https://youtu.be/RnsKoxbMbD4

 

Pat has one set of ten and 5 ones. What number does that make?

Jan has one set of ten and 8 ones. What number does that make?

Don has one set of ten and 3 ones. What number does that make?

Bob has one set of ten and 6 ones. What number does that make?

 

BONUS: Sam has two sets of tens and 3 ones. What number does that make?

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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