This packet include four weeks of homework for Kindergarteners. Each activity aligns with Common Core Standards. The packet includes a monthly chart for children to color in an icon each day they complete their homework.
There are four weeks of homework activities. Each week includes daily homework for 5 days and a reading log to color in.
Math and Language Arts activities are included each week. The activities are designed to take about 10-15 minutes each night. The children can complete the work with a parent.
If you have purchased my other homework packets, these are slightly different in that the student will complete all of the activities each week.
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Please download the homework packet at the beginning of each month (or end of the previous month) and return it to school at the end of the month (see the homework packets for specific dates.) The homework packets should be ready for download by Friday of the before the new month begins.
Monthly Extra Credit:
Also available for download are monthly "Just for Fun" calendars for students to work on each month. (The calendar downloads begin JFF) Please keep the calendars for the entire month. If you complete a minimum of 2 activities each week, return it to school at the end of the month.
At Home Reading:
Students are required to read for at least 15 minutes each night. Students can read the books that have been sent home, favorites, raz-kids and stories that are read to them. Books will also be sent home periodically for students to read. Please have them practice reading the stories to you and other family members.
Individualized Reading Online:
The online home Reading program is on www.raz-kids.com. Each student has their own login. To access your child's account.
1. Click on the login tab at the top of the page.
2. Type in your teacher's login user name.
* Miss Asano's class - masano0 (0=zero)
* Mrs. Scott's Class - RobinsonKinder
3. Click on your child's name or icon
4. There is no password for the students. It is only for the teachers to access progress.
5. Students can then listen to and read the stories at their designated level.
Students move up levels as they complete them at their own pace. Please sit and listen to your child read periodically so you can check that they are reading at their level. The teachers will be checking their progress at school as well. Try to have your child listen & read at least 2 - 3 stories each week. Remember as the levels get higher, students need to answer the quizes (?) to continue. Have fun reading!
Please contact your teacher if you have any questions.