Here are some great ways to help reinforce our Kindergarten skills at home:
**Sight Word Practice
**Reading and/or listening to stories and answering 'wh' questions about the story (ie: Who were the characters? Where was the setting? What was the problem? How did they solve the problem?)
** Practicing decoding words with CVC patterns (ie: cat), CCVC patterns (ie: stop), CVCC patterns (ie: past) and also words with digraphs (ie: sh, ch, th,)
**Practice writing simple sentences. Don't forget to start with a capital letter, put finger spaces in between words and end with punctuation.
**Practicing composition and decomposition of numbers 0-10. In other words, practice number bonds from 0-10--and writing addition and subtraction equations.0-20
**Counting sets of objects from 0-20 and writing the number for the set.
**Sequence and write numbers 0-20.
**Count aloud by 1's and 10's to 100.
**Identify 'teen numbers' as a group of 'one ten' and so many ones. (ie: looking at 14 and saying "One ten and four ones") Additionally, being able to look at a group of objects with tens/ones and counting tens/ones to identify a number.