October Curriculum
For Kindergarten

In the October Curriculum for Kindergarten, we are learning about the Earth, reading stories about families and adding more sight words to our word wall.

October Curriculum:

  1. Language Arts: We're a Family!

  2. - Letters: T, B, N
    - Review: S, M, R
    - Beginning sounds
    - Words: my, like
    - Characters and setting of a story
    - Matching words, building sentences
    - Movement words

  3. Featured Books:

  4. - Jonathan and His Mommy
    - Tortillas and Lullabies
    - Shoes from Grandpa

  5. Writing:

  6. - Capital at beginning of sentence
    - End punctuation
    - Journals
    - Return sweep
    - Titles

  7. Science / Social Studies:

  8. - Earth’s Land, Air and Water

  9. Math:

  10. - Calendar Math
    - Graph a Day - Yes/No
    - ABAB and ABCABC patterns
    - Extending patterns
    - Counting with manipulatives
    - Analyzing graphs
    - 1-to-1 correspondence
    - Numbers 1 - 12
    - Spatial relationships
    - Counting from 1-10 and back
    - Making groups of 10’s
    - Venn diagrams
October homework:
  1. Write and draw 4 things that start with the letter "T".
  2. Write and draw 4 things that start with the letter "B".
  3. Write and draw 4 things that start with the letter "N".
  4. Write a sentence with the word "my".
  5. Write a sentence with the word "like".
  6. Write and draw about a story you read with your reading buddy.
  7. Write and draw about an animal that lives on the land.
  8. Write and draw about an animal that lives in the air.
  9. Write and draw about an animal that lives in the water.
  10. Draw an ABCABC pattern.
  11. Make a picture of 100 in groups of 10.
  12. Compare water and land using pictures.
  13. Write and draw about your best day ever.
  14. Write a letter to your mom or dad.
  15. Write and draw about the Earth.
    Recommended Games for October:
  1. Word Matching
  2. Drag and Drop Word Game
  3. Clifford's Make a Word


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