Kindergarten Day 10

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Today’s Assignments: Day 10

Today in Math, you will count to 100 by ones and tens: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100!

Be sure to click “Completed” after each assignment.


Reading/Literature K
Read and Log
Read with your teacher for 30 minutes and record it in your Reading Log. Use Lined Story Paper to write a sentence about what you read and draw a picture.

  1. Pick out a reading book
  2. Reading Log
  3. Lined Story Paper
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Language Arts K
The Alphabet

Watch the video and sing along! Use the Alphabet Worksheet to print each letter.

  1. Alphabet Worksheet

Spelling Alphabetical Order: Say and write each spelling word using Lined Paper.

  1. Lined Paper
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Math K
Count to 100 by Ones and Tens

Watch the video and count to 100. Use the Worksheet to write each number in order. Count by tens to 100 by reading the last column of the completed worksheet.

  1. Write Numbers to 100 Worksheet
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History/Social Studies K
Following Rules

Following the rules for crossing the street will help keep you safe. Discuss rules for crossing the street with your teacher. Use Lined Story Paper to draw a picture and write a sentence about following rules.

  1. Lined Story Paper
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Science K
Observe, Measure, and Predict Properties of Materials

Look at the pictures of the different types of floors. What do you think they feel like on your feet? Are they warm or cold? Describe what you think the differences are between them. Use Lined Story Paper to write a sentence and draw a picture or, use the Investigative Worksheet to conduct an experiment.

  1. Lined Story Paper
  2. Investigative Worksheet
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Visual and Performing Arts K
Art

Paper weaving.
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