September Curriculum
For Kindergarten

In the September Curriculum For Kindergarten, we are learning about colors, reading "apple" stories and focusing on the letters S, M, R.

September Curriculum:

  1. Language Arts: Colors All Around

  2. - Beginning sounds
    - Syllables
    - Letters: S, M, R
    - Words: I, see
    - Sequencing
    - Predictions
    - Color words

  3. Featured Books:

  4. - I Need a Lunch Box
    - I Went Walking
    - Caps for Sale
    - In the big blue sea (Little big books)
    - How Do Apples Grow?
    - The Apple Pie Tree

  5. Writing:

  6. - Capital at beginning of sentence
    - End punctuation
    - Journals

  7. Science / Social Studies:

  8. - Objects all around us and Earth’s Land, Air and Water

  9. Math: An Apple A Day

  10. - Calendar Math
    - Graph a Day - Yes/No
    - ABAB and ABCABC patterns
    - Extending patterns
    - Counting with manipulatives
    - Analyzing graphs
    - Symmetry
    - Comparing size
    - 1-to-1 correspondence
    - Numbers 1-12
    - Spatial relationship


September homework:

  1. Draw a picture of 4 things that are "red".
  2. Write and draw 4 things that start with the letter "S".
  3. Write and draw 4 things that start with the letter "M".
  4. Write and draw 4 things that start with the letter "R".
  5. Write a sentence with the word "I".
  6. Write a sentence with the word "see".
  7. Draw an ABAB pattern.
  8. Draw an ABCABC pattern.
  9. Draw a picture of something that is symmetrical (something that can be divided in 1/2 evenly). (Example: butterfly)
  10. Draw a picture of 4 things that are "blue".
  11. Write your ABC's.
  12. Write your first and last name. Draw a picture of yourself.
  13. Write and draw about apples.
  14. Draw me a picture that shows me "10".
  15. Write a sentence that starts with "I see".

Recommended Games for September:

  1. Pattern Mania
  2. Alphabet Action
  3. Rhyme Time
  4. Contact me about your September curriculum for Kindergarten

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