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Kindergarten Homework – 3rd Marking Period

Kindergarten Homework – 3rd Marking Period

homework-6.jpgHomework serves to reinforce both new and previously learned concepts; it builds a bridge that helps connect a child’s life at school and at home. A child should do their best and be proud of their accomplishments.

During the third marking period, our kindergarten curriculum required the completion of the following tasks:

  • Monday – write the assigned sight words 5-10 times in your journal.
  • Tuesday – complete the sentence by drawing a picture. If possible, label your drawing. We do this five times.
  • Wednesday – sort objects.
  • Thursday – complete math related assignment (worksheets reinforcing counting by 2s and 5s, graphing, identifying three dimensional figures, telling time – hour).
  • Everyday – read for 20 minutes.

Week 22:
Sight words: look, at
Sentence: Look at the ______ _______.
Sort: Sort by chuck sounds “at” and “an”. Sort the pictures and words (e.g. cat, bat, hat) with the chuck sound /at/ from pictures and words (e.g. pan, can, man) that have the chuck sound /an/.

Week 23:
Sight words: this, my
Sentence: This is my ______ _______.
Sort: Sort by chuck sounds “ad”, “ap” and “ag”. Sort the pictures and words (e.g. dad, sad, mad) with the chuck sound /ad/ from pictures and words (e.g. map, nap, cap ) that have the chuck sound /ap/ from pictures and words (e.g. bag, rag, tag) that have the chuck sound /ag/.

Week 24:
No homework this week. School closed due to two snow storms delivering 40+ inches of snow to the suburbs of Washington D.C. We did decorate a heart and completed the following sentence: what is love … ?

Week 25:
Sight words: me, on, from
Sentence: I got a ____ from my ____. The ____ is on me.
Sort: Sort by chuck sounds “op” and “ot”. Sort the pictures and words (e.g. stop,mop,hop) with the chuck sound /op/ from pictures and words (e.g. hot, dot, pot) that have the chuck sound /ot/.

Week 26:
Sight words: she, went
Sentence: She went to the _______.
Sort: Sort by chuck sounds “ug”, “ut” and “un”. Sort the pictures and words (e.g. mug, bug, rug) with the chuck sound /ug/ from pictures and words (e.g. nut, cut, hut) that have the chuck sound /ut/ from pictures and words (e.g. sun, fun, bun) that have the chuck sound /un/.

Week 27:
Sight words: he, will
Sentence: He will ______ with me.
Sort: Sort by chuck sounds “et”, “en” and “eg”. Sort the pictures and words (e.g. wet, net, vet) with the chuck sound /et/ from pictures and words (e.g. hen, pen, men) that have the chuck sound /en/ from pictures and words (e.g. leg, beg, peg) that have the chuck sound /eg/.

Week 28:
Leprechauns are on the loose in our school! Our wonderful teacher asked each student to formulate a plan with their family on how to catch a leprechaun. First, write a plan about how you would catch a leprechaun and then draw a blueprint illustrating your plan. They encourage using labels and if you make a trap to send in a picture. Helpful tip: my children think leprechauns love Lucky Charms.

Week 29:
Sight words: have, for
Sentence: I will have ______ for dinner.
Sort: Sort by chuck sounds “in” and “it”. Sort the pictures and words (e.g. pin, fin, win) with the chuck sound /in/ from pictures and words (e.g. pit, sit, hit ) that have the chuck sound /it/.

Week 30:
Sight words: with, of
Sentence: I went to the _____ with _____. Can I have some of that _____?
Sort: Rhyming word sort – sort the pictures by rhyme (e.g. bee and tree, wing and ring, cake and rake, boat and goat, bear and chair).

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