Flexible Learning Activities
Kindergarten Flexible learning day directions: Choose two reading activities to complete from the list below. Choose two math activities to complete from the list on the back. Put a check mark by the activities you complete. Sign this form and return within two school days. In the event of consecutive storm days, repeat.
- Say a word. See how many words you can think of that rhyme with that word. Repeat five times.
- Say a word. How many words you can think of that start with the same sound as that word? Repeat five times.
- Pick a letter. See how many things you can find in your home that start with that letter.
- Ask an adult or older sibling to tell you a CVC word. Write it. Repeat five times.
- Pick five objects in your home. Think of the sounds you hear and write the names of the objects.
- Write the names of the people in your family.
- Write around your house. Walk around your house and write down words you see.
- Use play-doh to make letters or words.
- Practice writing the alphabet as neatly as you can.
- Build letters using blocks, Legos, or other toys!
- Pick a book. Point out each sight word you find.
- Create a book cover! Think of a title for a book you would like to write. Write the title and illustrate the cover.
- Find ten books. Sort them by fiction and non-fiction.
- Think of five words that start with the same letter as your name. Spell them like they sound.
- Have a sibling or older adult read a book to you. Tell them the characters and setting. Then retell the story.
- Rainbow write the alphabet. Use markers or crayons to write the alphabet.
- Write numbers as high as you can.
- Search for numbers in your house. Say their names aloud.
- Count all of your stuffed animals (or other toy).
- Make two groups of objects (use coins, crayons, cotton balls, etc.) compare the groups and tell which has more or fewer. Repeat five times.
- Use play-doh to make numbers 0-20.
- Find the numbers 1-10 on things in your house.
- Find something that is a circle, square, triangle, and rectangle.
- Draw a picture using only one shape (circle, square, triangle, or rectangle)
- Draw a creature using shapes (circle, square, triangle, or rectangle.)
- Role a dice. Practice writing the number. Repeat.
- Help an adult or older sibling follow a recipe and bake something!
- Compare the heights of people in your home. Put them in order from shortest to tallest.
- Write the numbers 1-20 on slips of paper. Mix them up, then put the numbers in order.
- Count as high as you can very quickly, then very slowly.
- Count by tens to 100 in each room of your house or apartment.
- Draw two groups of objects, then write the matching addition equation. Repeat five times.
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