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Daily Schedule for Kindergarten Students
Titus, Denise
Friday, March 27, 2020

To our Mark Twain Parents, 

The kindergarten teachers met today over zoom and wanted to reach out to you, our parents because we acknowledge how extremely difficult this situation is for you. We applaud you for what you are doing for your children and we want you to know it is going to be ok. We have developed a daily schedule for you to use as a guide and hope that you find it to be a useful tool. This is just one suggestion and urge you to develop a schedule that works best for you and your children. We know this is all very overwhelming and acknowledge some days will be better than others. Get through this week, figure out what works best for your family and know that we are here to support you every step of the way. 

-Mark Twain Staff

Daily Distance Learning Schedule for Kindergarten Students 

Reading – 15 minutes maximum 

  • Activity Suggestions  
    • Read to your child 
    • Have your child read to you text within their reading (you can find your child’s reading level on their report card) 
    • Practice sight words 
      • Find sight words in a book/magazine/newspaper 
      • Read the room (make sight words on note cards and hid them around the room. Your child can find the words and tell you the word when they find them) 
      • Watch Jack Hartman videos on YouTube 
      • Watch YouTube videos with sight words/leveled readers
    • Work on a reading (ELA) app on Clever 

Math – 15 minutes maximum 

  • Activity Suggestions  
    • Count to 100 
      • Count by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s 
      • Go on a number hunt to find numbers around the house 
    • Write the numbers 1-100 
      • Write numbers with different mediums (pencils, crayons, markers, in play-doh) 
    • Complete simple addition/subtraction problems  
    • Work on a math app on Clever 

Writing – 15 minutes maximum 

  • Activity Suggestions  
    • Write 1-2 sentences with a picture

Free Play – 30 minutes minimum