Send Home School Plans Kinder | Quarter 4 Weeks 4-6
to get all 4th Quarter Send Home School Plans
GET ALL OF FOURTH QUARTER SEND HOME SCHOOL PLANS
This is a set of Send Home Sub Plans you can send home for students to learn at home.
It is editable so you can customize the activities.
This set includes THREE WEEKS (spring sets included 2 weeks). They are still $1.50 per week. We will do 3 sets of 3 weeks to make one quarter and progress the skill levels each quarter.
If you don’t like the title of Send Home Sub Plans, call them Send Home School Plans
Use these for distance learning or for students or classes who must stay home because they are sick.
Each week is preloaded with activities – use ours or change them out and use your own.
Print and send home OR send digitally to your families on secure platforms.
Send one full week at a time with our one file option or send them daily with the each activity broken into it’s own PDF.
This set is preloaded for the quarter and weeks listed and will have themes that are consistent with that (ie, first quarter will have back to school topics)
Included in this download is:
Each set includes a variety of the following items: lesson plan and parent letter, literacy Send Home Center, Math Send Home Center, literacy and math video recommendations, daily book suggestions and how to find them, Word Cards with Activities each week, sight word cards and activities, dough idea cards, daily journal prompt, and then various other activities to do including printables, quick games that require no printables, and more.
~ Literacy Center: Rainbow CVC
~ Math Center: Raindrop Subtraction
~ Sight Words: four, get, out, brown, too, what, we, see (some will be review)
~ Word Cards & Activities: EE words
~ Fluency & Comprehension: NG words (The King)
~ Math: addition & subtraction
~ Dough Idea Cards: plants and flowers
~ Book theme: rain and rainbows
~ Literacy Center: Catch the Ladybug
~ Math Center: Ladybug Addition
~ Sight Words: said, ate, like, two, jump, into, this, she (some will be review)
~ Word Cards & Activities: SH words
~ Fluency & Comprehension: OO (The Zoo Trip)
~ Math: addition to 20, subtraction, counting to 100
~ Dough Idea Cards: insects
~ Literacy Center: Zoo Syllables
~ Math Center: Popcorn Counting
~ Sight Words: up, be, black, did, eat, that, on, want (some will be review)
~ Word Cards & Activities: words with magic e
~ Fluency & Comprehension: CH words (Jim’s Jokes)
~ Math: counting, graphing, addition, base 10 blocks, subtraction, counting to 100
Again, you can use all of our activities or edit and add your own as well as assign one whole week at a time or send individual files.
Questions that have come up:
~ We have book suggestions and tell families they can (1) check the book out from the library, (2) order the book online, (3) look for the book read online, or (4) pick a different book.
~ The PDF is editable. There is no way to make it not editable when sending to families. Families must open the file in Adobe which is free.
~ Because the file is editable, you cannot add hyperlinks but the letter tells the families how to search for things online.
~ Most activities in these lessons are new but some are not. For example, it just seems silly to recreate alphabet crafts when we already have a good set of them. But MOST are new activities. There will be overlap with the preschool plans but the approach is different (for example, they both have nursery rhyme but kinder will have 2 letters a week and preschool one letter a week and just overall literacy and math expectancies will be very different,
~ These plans must be printed at school or at home, they are not digital activities. They are single use sub plans with all activities included.
This all being said, Simply Kinder has received SO MANY emails from parents and teachers thanking us for helping to keep organized and stay on track. We are just sharing these to save you an email if you have the same questions.
We want to help you share this resource with your families in an easy way.
You CAN share this file with your families by:
• printing and sending home copies
• sharing in you Google Classroom, SeeSaw, Teams, etc.
• emailing the file as a PDF
This file is editable so it must open in Adobe. I would include
Please help keep our resources secure by NOT:
• Posting this on your classroom or district website
• Post this on social media (in a FB group unless it is just your class)
• Share this in Google Drive
Do you have another way you are wanting to share this resource with your families? Please email us and we can discuss. [email protected]
As with all resources, this is for one classroom use only. I 100% believe in working together though, so please work with your team but just make sure everyone buys a license or their own copy. Thanks!
Jennifer Kadar – Simply Kinder – Kindergarten -First Grade – Preschool