Are you looking for a new way to engage your kindergartners each morning? Try the two week Bright Starts printables, the introduction to my year long morning work. Bright Starts is focused on fine motor skills, color recognition, and letter identification. The skills and setup of this resource is simple and predictable - once you show your students how to do the first page or two, they should be able to complete the remaining eight pages independently! If you enjoy this resource, be sure to try the Bright Minds morning work!
The key to successful kindergarten morning work is a resource that is meaningful and can be used independently, but that can be tricky. Let's be honest, most kindergartners can't do much on their own at the beginning of the year. That is why my kindergarten morning work, Bright Minds, grows with your students.
Over the course of the year the skills will change, but the formatting will stay the same. This gives your students a familiar routine each morning, yet provides them with a chance to review various skills.
Writing skills vary from printing letters to writing two complete sentences on their own. The math section covers counting, addition, subtraction, teen numbers, measurement, and more. Students will also have repeated exposure to CVC words and handwriting practice in the language arts review. The language arts section also covers topics such as beginning sounds, medial sounds, ending sounds, opposites, reading comprehension, and more.
✔ Daily writing, math, and language arts review
✔ Spiraled topics
✔ 36 weeks - 180 pages
Bright Minds Morning Work is available in a Year Long BUNDLE and 4 individual sets!
Kindergarten Morning Work Year Long Bundle
Kindergarten Morning Work Weeks 1-9
Kindergarten Morning Work Weeks 10-18
Kindergarten Morning Work Weeks 19-27
Kindergarten Morning Work Weeks 28-36