04/28/19

Fluency Practice in ALL subjects and NEW links!

Parents!

Please read any older posts on the right side   ——>   for skills your child may need help with in ALL subjects and ALL Kindergarten skills!

New links below…
:O)
Mrs. Crocker

Math Playground Website for Addition and Subtraction

https://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_Index.html

 

 

Starfall Reading and Math (most games are FREE for Kindergarten skills!)

https://www.starfall.com/h/

 

 

                                                            ON LAUNCHPAD.OCPS.NET

Brainpop Addition and Subtraction (on your child’s Launchpad account)

Brainpop also covers the subject areas – Reading, Math Science Social Studies.

 

 

 

 

 

MyOn reads aloud THOUSANDS of stories!

 

Ready for YOUR child to ROCK reading to the next level! Please check out the links below for fluent CVC and Sight Word video practice.

Rock ‘N Learn Videos:
Rock ‘N Learn Reading CVC Words and Simple Phrases

Rock N’ Learn Sight Words Level 1

02/19/19

Kindergarten Skills Practice!

To help your child raise their grades, please use the computer websites and videos in the attachment below. They are organized by learning skill and subject so you can choose to work on just the skills your child needs. The skills progress from simple to complex.

Click the picture of the document below.

By February, students should be working on fluently reading CVC words (like hot, cat , mop, dog) and fluently read at least 60 sight words.
Remember Kindergarten learns 100 sight words.
First Grade learns 400!

Ready for YOUR child to ROCK reading to the next level! Please check out the links below for fluent CVC and Sight Word video practice.

Rock ‘N Learn Videos:
Rock ‘N Learn Reading CVC Words and Simple Phrases

Rock N’ Learn Sight Words Level 1

02/1/19

Learning Self Control in Kindergarten

“WHOOPS! I’m About To Get Myself In TROUBLE!” Learning Self-Control! February 1, 2019

Hi ALL parents!

I’m putting a document here on the Class Website called “Whoops! I’m about to get myself in Trouble!” It’s about techniques for learning self-control. We went through and practiced this extensively with the class today during Social Studies and the students made posters of the steps too! Please review it again with your child – and ask your child to explain it to you!

Thanks a bunch!
:O)
Mrs. Crocker

Click on the brown word link below to open the document.

WHOOPS Fix Impulsive Behavior! Signs with Poster