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Home Work

Kindergarten Homework 

Please see Home Work for this Month

Kindergarten students will receive monthly homework calendars online. Each day (Monday-Thursday) will have one or two assignments for the students to complete. Some assignments are written while others are activities for your child to do orally or with materials at home. Please help your child complete the work each night and return the homework every Friday so that I can check the week’s work. Please look at the website daily under the homework heading.        

 

    Additionally, students should read or listen to an adult read at least one book every day. Please write down the books that you read with your child on the monthly book list. This book list will be part of our school-wide reading program and students will be eligible for prizes and/or certificates. Please feel free to continue using the book list that I previously sent to you. If you read a book more than one time, please write a number next to the title so that I can count each time you read it.  

Thank you for your help! It’s going to be a great year!    

  J Mrs. McLendon 

   Please remember to turn in home work at the end of the month.

Please see your email dated 4-1-10 for your 4/10, 5/10, 6/10, 7/10, and 8/10 home work.  Have fun!

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Week 1 This week we will celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Read your Dr. Seuss books this week!Draw a picture of 2 things that begin with “k”. Write the words. Color the letters of your name on the keyboard.Make a list of words that rhyme with “cat”. Look at the picture. Count how many of each and write the numbers.Pretend to type the sight words on the keyboard. Color the letters of your favorite sight word. Dr. Seuss would have been 104 years old on March 2nd . Count to 103.Finish each phrase with a word that rhymes with the underlined word. Make groups of 10 candles. Count the candles. Write how many.
Week 2 Sight Words Read each sentence (by yourself). Write yes or no. Color the fish in a pattern.Read the sentences (by yourself). Color the shapes in the picture.Look at the pictures. Color the correct word. Use pennies to measure the shark. How long is it?Draw a picture and write one or two sentences to tell what you think the boy will catch.
Week 3 Sight Words Fill in the missing vowels.  Look at the dice. Can you tell how many dots without counting? Write the numbers.Make a list of things that are green. Estimate the number of shamrocks. .Color the rainbow correctly. Fill in the numbers to count by 5s.Write 2 sentences to tell what you would buy if you found a pot of gold.
Week 4 Sight Words Review your list!Draw lines to show the rhyming pairs.   Draw lines to show the matching sets. Color the matching eggs the same color.Read the sentences. Color the eggs. Count the eggs. Write the numbers.Decorate the egg. Write 2 sentences describing your egg.Write the words. Circle the vowels.  Draw tally marks to show how many of each vowel. 
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February

 

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Week 1

Sight Words 

Write the sight word to tell what each picture shows. Count by 10s to fill in the missing numbers.Write a “g” on the first line if it starts with the sound. Write “g” on the second line if it ends with the sound.Read the word. Write the sight word that is the opposite. Read the graph. Answer the questions.Put the sight words in the correct boxes—look at the letter shapes. Say your address 5 times. 

Week 2 

Sight Words 

Write the letter for each picture’s beginning sound. Finish the pattern.Make a list of words that rhyme with “bed”. Fill in the number that comes “between” the given numbers.Color the pictures that have the short “i” sound (like “pig”) red. Color the other pictures black. Read the word by yourself (sound it out). Draw a line to the picture. Count by 10s to connect the dots 
Week 3

Sight Words 

  

President’s Day Do you know who our current president is?Color the pictures that begin with “j”. How many jumping jacks can you do in one minute? Have a grown up time you.Write a “j” word for each clue. Circle the numbers that are greater than 12.Make a list of 3 tools. Choose a room in your house. Look for nails and screws. Make tally marks (lines) to show how many you find.

Week 4

 Sight Words 

Write the beginning sound for each picture. Circle the greater number.Circle the ending sound for each picture. Write your address.Fill in the missing letters in each word, Practice reading the list of words. Write down your fastest time.Count the letters. Write 2 sentences about the picture.  
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  January 


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Week 1

 Sight Words  

Write the beginning sound for each picture.Color the hats the correct color. Say your phone number 5 timesDraw a picture and write a sentence telling about something you did over Winter Break.Look at a calendar. Count how many days there are until your birthday (ask a grown up to help you).

Week 2

Sight Words 

Does the picture have the “n” sound at the end? Write “yes” or “no”. Say your address 5 times Make a list of 3 words that begin with “snow”. Write the number that comes next. Make a list of 3 things that are cold. Write the number that comes next.Draw a picture of two things that start with “b”. Write the words. Circle the number that is greater.

Week 3

 Sight Words 

Martin Luther King Jr. Day-No School Write a “b” on the first line if it starts with the sound. Write “b” on the second line if it ends with the sound.Count to 100Draw a picture of two things that start with “c”. Write the words. Color the group that has “more”.Does the picture have the “c” sound at the end? Write “yes” or “no”. How far can you count in one minute? (Have a grown up time you.)  

Week 4

 Sight Words 

Color the pictures that have the short “e” sound (like “pet”) yellow. Color the other pictures red. Count to 100 by 5s Fill in the missing word. Write the number that comes before.Draw a picture of two things that start with “f”. Write the words. Color the group that has “less”. Read the word by yourself (sound it out). Draw a line to the picture. Count the pictures. Write the number.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  December

  
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Week 1

Sight Words 

Color the pictures that have the short “a” sound (like “cat”) yellow. Color the other pictures blue.

 Say your phone number 5 times.

Write the “op” family words to go with the pictures. 

Count to 50. 

Put the sight words in the correct boxes—look at the letter shapes. 

Write the number 7 five times.

Draw a picture of 2 things that start with “h”. Write the words. 

Name the shapes.

Week 2 

Sight Words 

Write the correct word next to each arrow.

 Write the number 8 five times.

Draw a picture of 2 things that start with “t”. Write the words. 

Finish the pattern. 

Write a “t” on the first line if it starts with the sound. Write “t” on the second line if it ends with the sound. 

Say your birthday 5 times. 

Circle the words that are the same in each row. 

Write the number 9 five times.

Week 3 

Sight Words  

Color the presents the correct colors. 

Count the doorknobs in your house.

Color the pictures that have the short “o” sound (like “mop”) yellow. Color the other pictures red. 

Count by 10s to 100 

Draw a picture to rhyme with each word. 

Finish the pattern. 

Christmas Eve
Week 4  

Merry Christmas ! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOVEMBER  

    


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Week 1 

Sight Words 

Practice writing the letters “X” and “x” 5 times each. Color the apples the right colors. Cut out letters to spell the words (use newspapers or magazines or the letter sheet in this folder). Practice writing the letters “Y” and “y” 5 times each. Draw pictures to finish the pattern. Practice writing the letters “Z” and “z” 5 times each. Put the sight words in the correct boxes—look at the letter shapes.

Week 2 

Sight Words 

Draw a picture of an animal that starts with “s” and write the word. Write the number 2 five times.Draw a picture of a food that starts with “s” and write the word. Write the number 3 five times.Write each of the color words with the correct color crayon. Count to 30.Draw a picture of 3 farm animals. Write the words. Say your birthday 5 times.

Week 3 

Sight Words 

Draw a picture of something that starts with “m” and write the word. Write the number 4 five times.Write an “m” on the first line if it starts with the sound. Write “m” on the second line if it ends with the sound. Count by 10s to 100.Draw a picture of something that starts with “d” and write the word. Write the number 5 five times.Make a list of 3 things Mrs. Wishy- Washy needs to give the animals a bath. Say your phone number 5 times. 

Week 4 

SightWords

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review week 

 Write the numbers and number words 1 to 5 in order. Look for the sight words in a book. Count how many times you find each Happy Thanksgiving No Homework!

Week 5 

Sight Words 

Draw a picture of something that starts with “p” and write the word. Write the number 6 five times.Write the “an” family words to go with the pictures. Say your birthday 5 times.Read the story. Color the words.(Parents: please have your child read the story as independently as possible)Write a “p” on the first line if it starts with the sound. Write “m” on the second line if it ends with the sound.
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