Kindergarten Morning Work | March Worksheets

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Renee Dooly
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This resource is great for morning work and as independent assignments as well. My students enjoy the themed activities, and I like that there is no prep other than making copies!
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  1. This bundle of kindergarten NO PREP math and literacy worksheets are a great way to start the morning off. These monthly printables can be used for morning work, early finishers, or review. They are also a great activity to leave for a substitute. Take a look at each monthly pack included below:Janu
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Kindergarten March (St.Patrick's Day) morning work your students will love! These NO PREP math and literacy worksheets are great for review.  These printables can be used for morning work, early finishers, review, or intervention. 

This packet of March morning work contains 30 math and literacy worksheets. They are perfect for a kindergarten classroom or homeschool student. These can be used as independent work, small group, or a whole class activity.

➡️ Be sure to check out the preview to see examples of what is included.

Literacy Activities:

  • Let’s Rhyme!
  • What’s the Missing Letter?
  • Sound and Write
  • Golden Vowels
  • Lucky Syllables
  • CVC Words
  • High Flying Vowel Sounds (short vowels)
  • Rainbow Letters
  • Flower Digraphs
  • Lucky Ending Sounds
  • Spring Bird Sounds (short o and long o
  • Garden Sentences
  • Golden Word Families
  • Raining Blends (l-blends)
  • Golden Punctuation

Math Activities:

  • March Calendar
  • Missing Numbers
  • Lucky Count and Tally
  • Lucky Addition
  • Flower Number Bonds
  • Make a Ten
  • Lucky Subtraction
  • Rainy Day Ten Frames
  • Spring Place Value
  • Counting Bees
  • Spin and Add
  • Add or Subtract?
  • Shamrock Tally Marks
  • Spring Friends (graphing)
  • More or Less

Current Kindergarten packs available:






June (summer)

August (back-to-school)





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**You can find similar activities for 1st grade below.

1st Grade Morning Work NO PREP March

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.


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