Google Classroom™ Digital Learning Kindergarten MEGA ELA and Math Growing Bundle

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K, Homeschool
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Are you looking for endless Google Classroom™ math and literacy activities for your kindergarten-aged children? Then you will LOVE our Google Classroom™ Kindergarten Math and Literacy Growing Bundle. Each set will have a minimum of 20 cards and will work on a variety of skills. Any future kindergarten products will be placed into this unit, so buy it now while the price is SUPER low!

When you download you you will see a PDF file with Google Classroom™ slides information. You will find the picture with the link. You will be prompted you to save the product in Google. Make sure to save a forced copy to students as well to prevent them from editing the document.

Units Currently Included:

**Units will be added starting in May and continue throughout the summer. Any future Kindergarten unit will be included in the unit.


Counting Objects to 10

Counting Cars to 10

Addition 1-10

Color Identification

2D Shapes

Building Numbers 1-10 (Blocks)

Building Numbers 1-10 (Paint)

Identifying Numbers to 10

Counting Objects to 10


Skip Counting by 2's, 5's and 10's

3D Shapes

Ten Frames

Ten Frames

Twenty Frame

Addition to 10

Subtraction with Objects

Farm Animal Addition

Missing Numbers to 100

Base Ten Teens

Base Ten Activity #2

Bar Graphs

BTS Number Order

BTS Numbers to Sets


Shapes Wheels on the Bus

Apples Counting to 10

Apples Counting to 20 Ten Frames

Apples Counting 20 Objects

Counting 1-20 Feed the Monsters

Fall Comparing More or Less

Fall Number Order


Uppercase Letters

Uppercase Letter Match

Uppercase and Lowercase Letters


Rhyming Sort


Beginning Sounds

Beginning Sound Discrimination

Medial Sounds

Ending Sounds

CVC Match Up

CVC Match Up

CVC Short a

CVC Short e

CVC Short i

CVC Short o

CVC Short u

Sight Word Identification




BTS Uppercase Letters Seek-N-Find


Apples Uppercase/Lowercase Match

Apples Rhyming

Apples Beginning Sounds

Fall Syllable Count

Fall Sight Word Match

Fall CVC Word Build


Units Included:


Holiday Count and Compare

Gingerbread Addition and Subtraction

Sentence Read and Match

CVC Candy

Gingerbread Vowel Sort

Comparing Candies


CVC Hot Cocoa

Snowman Syllable Sort

Snowball Sight Word Listen and Find

Snowflake Number Order

Snowflake Graph

Hot Cocoa Addition


Matching Numbers to Set to 20

Addition with Objects to 10

Reading a Graph

CVC Word Build

L Blends

Sentence Read and Match



Word Family Sort

Sight Words Build

Comparing Sets

Before and After

Fact Families


CVC Word Build

Mystery Picture Sight Words

CVC Missing Letter

How Many Sets

Number Order

Measuring Earthworms


Picture Word Match

Sight Word Fill-in-the-Blank

Beginning Blends

Making 10

Comparing Ten Frames

Base Ten

VERSION: PDF with Links To copy Google Slides from my drive to yours.

***This unit is also available in BOOM Cards as well. Click {HERE} to check it out!

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Compare two numbers between 1 and 10 presented as written numerals.
Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight. Describe several measurable attributes of a single object.
Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/“less of” the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.
Classify objects into given categories; count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count.


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