This product is the Spanish translation of my Kindergarten Homework Folder. It contains the same activities as the English version. It is written for Spanish speaking parents who have children enrolled in an English speaking classroom.
THIS PACKET CONTAINS ACTIVITIES, NOT WORKSHEETS! Parents love having meaningful activities to do with their children, rather than trying to get them to sit and do worksheets.
Keep your students busy with common core homework activities for the entire school year. The homework folder has at least one activity for each of the Kindergarten Common Core State Standards -over 160 activities total! There are multiple activities for the big rocks of Kindergarten such as phonemic awareness, reading readiness, alphabet, word wall words, counting, number sense, and adding/subtracting. The homework folder also has a built in reteach, enrich, extend component. You get to choose the order of the activities to fit your curriculum map.
When asked about my homework folder one parent said, "I loved Mrs. Toelupe's homework folder. It is so organized and makes homework much easier to accomplish at home. I loved knowing what was expected of my child each week and really enjoyed the options that allowed me to choose what homework activities would work best for my child and her needs. Not only was the homework adaptable to different levels, but it also included such fun options to keep learning at home enjoyable and fun for parents and the student."
How to Implement the Homework Folder:
Run off the entire Homework folder for each student; pg 1-43. (I run off the copies front to back as not to take up too much paper.) Place the homework folder in a three prong folder with pockets. (I buy the plastic folders because they last the entire school year.) Each week create a new weekly homework sheet. (There is a master of the weekly homework sheet on page 45 of the homework folder) Assign an activity for each day of the week and write the number corresponding to the activity on the weekly homework sheet. For example, if you want your students to practice counting to 100 by tens on Monday, you write #111 in the text box under Monday. (I save my weekly homework sheets and use them year after year with a little tweaking of course.)