Last summer I made some worksheets to keep AJ fresh by practicing his ABC's, numbers, and writing at my "Mommy School". Christmas break is the perfect time to whip them out!
Winter Break Plan:
He will be doing about one packet every day (he'll get a few days off here and there when we focus on other learning). I find if he doesn't practice, he quickly forgets and starts writing certain letters or numbers backwards.
You can download the Kindergarten Worksheets PDF for free by clicki.... Go ahead and print several copies to have them ready and save you time.
This packet includes 5 Pages:
1 - Write Your Capital Letters (they can trace on the gray letters and write on the lines next to them)
2 - Write Your Lower Case Letters
3 - Write Your Numbers (1-20)
4 - Spell the Colors (fill in each box with a color scribble and have them learn how to spell them)
5 - Blank Lines (I usually write three words on this sheet and have AJ copy the word on the line below each of the words I've written)
A Well-Rounded Approach:
In addition to those worksheets, we have some other activities planned to help AJ grow in all areas. Here is the daily template I came up with during summer school:
Ayin’s Learning and Development Program :: Daily Set Up ::
(For use Monday - Thursday. Fridays are field trips.)
·Sing a Song
·Exercising, Dancing, and/or Stretching
·Word of the Day
·Writing (The PDF Packet above, coloring, and/or drawing)
·Read a Book Together
Ideas for Projects:
·Creative Projects (ex: recycled materials, making paper)
·Playing at the Park
Please share with other parents who may be interested with kids ages of 4, 5, or 6.
Let me know if you have feedback! Would love to see what you do with your little one! :)
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