Kindergarten Challenge Folder

Kindergarten Challenge Folder
Kindergarten Challenge Folder
Kindergarten Challenge Folder
Kindergarten Challenge Folder
Kindergarten Challenge Folder
Kindergarten Challenge Folder
Kindergarten Challenge Folder
Kindergarten Challenge Folder
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Kindergarten Challenges for Math and Reading
This packet is designed for each child to individually work on a “challenge” at home in order for them to master and and/or exceed on their report card. This follows the Kindergarten curriculum and includes the following:

• Letter recognition
• Alphabet sounds
• Rhyming and non rhyming words
• Distinguishing between a letter, word, and sentence
• Recognizing numbers 0-30
• 2D and 3D shapes
• Patterns
• Handwriting (letters, numbers, first and last name)
• Blending Words
• Comparing and sharing sets
• Writing and labeling sets 0-20 and 20-50
• Estimating by 5's and 10's
• Writing number words through 10
• Ordinal numbers
• Reciting the days of the week, the months of the year, and the four seasons
• Identifying and segmenting words
• Read Dolch sight words
• Read sight word phrases
• Identifying and counting syllables
• Money identification
• Counting pennies
• Making trades with pennies, nickels, and dimes
• Recalling events that happen in the morning, afternoon, and night
• Counts to 100
• Counts by 2's, 5's, 10's
• Sounds of /y/, /c/, and /g/
• Sentence Writing
• Read long vowel words (vowel team, silent e)
• Read R controlled words
• Sight word spelling
• Write a short story
• Write a letter to a friend
• Make a 3D diorama
• Write a biography book report

The Kindergarten Challenges are designed for students to work at their own pace.
The Kindergarten Challenges can be presented to your students in a three prong folder, file folder, or a small binder. You can give each child all of the challenges at one time or give him/her one challenge at a time to work on. When a parent feels their child is ready to be tested on a challenge they sign the bottom part of each page and return the folder. The teacher tests the child on the challenge. If the child is not able to successfully complete the challenge, the teacher will write the date in the “Keep Practicing” box on the bottom of the challenge and can try again once the parent resigns. If the child successfully completes the challenge, the teacher writes the date in the “Completed” box on the bottom of each challenge. If a challenge is completed successfully, the child moves onto the next challenge.
In Georgia, many of these Kindergarten Challenges align with the GKIDS testing. Teachers may use these challenges to help assess students for GKIDS testing or any other Kindergarten testing program.

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