Morning Messages September - May Kindergarten

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Kindergarten Morning Messages for September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, and May are a great way to review phonics skills in the morning.

Kindergarten Morning messages are a wonderful way to start the day. Once your students learn the format of the morning message system, they can begin the assignment while you take attendance and other morning tasks. When you finish go over the morning message together and send it home for extra fluency practice.

Some of my buyers project this on their interactive white boards.

You will be happy to see your students' progress when they are consistently using a morning message that has a spiral review which includes enrichment. Parents love this too!

You will love having all of these morning message printed and ready to go.

Add these to your emergency sub plans or those days when you get pulled from class for a last minute meeting. Answers are included so you could also set this up as a self-checking writing center.

Included are 90 messages and answer key.
DIfferentiation cards

Students will strengthen their beginning reading and writing skills with these Kindergarten Morning Messages. Skills include:
Phonics/Phonemic Awareness: Beginning sounds
Phonics/Phonemic Awareness: Middle sounds
Phonics/Phonemic Awareness: End sounds
Phonics/Phonemic Awareness: Blends sounds to make words
Phonics /Phonemic Awareness: Short vowels
Phonics /Phonemic Awareness: Rhyming words
Phonics /Phonemic Awareness: Digraph
Phonics /Phonemic Awareness: Blends
Phonics /Phonemic Awareness: R-controlled vowels
Reading: Sight words fluency
Reading and writing: Word families
Writing: Punctuation marks at the end of a sentence.
Writing: Capital letter at beginning of sentence
Writing: Sentence formation
Writing: Letter format
Writing: Use upper and lower-case appropriately
Handwriting: Letter formation

PLEASE NOTE: This was a teacher-directed lesson. I included skills that are above grade level because of some of my students needed enrichment. With teacher support and the spiral review of the morning message format, my other student also benefitted from these skills. Please download the preview file.

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Morning Routine blog post which includes morning messages
Kindergarten Morning MessagePreviews for the Morning Messages files that are included with this bundle can be found in the September - May links below:

September Kindergarten Morning Messages
October Kindergarten Morning Messages
NOVEMBER Kindergarten Morning Messages
DECEMBER Kindergarten Morning Messages
JANUARY Kindergarten Morning Messages
FEBRUARY Kindergarten Morning Messages
MARCH Kindergarten Morning Messages
APRIL Kindergarten Morning Messages
MAY Kindergarten Morning Messages

Kindergarten - 3rd Yearly Morning Message Bundles
Kindergarten Yearly Morning Message Bundle
1st Grade Yearly Morning Message Bundle
2nd Grade Yearly Morning Message Bundle
3rd Grade Yearly Morning Message Bundle

Morning Message Kindergarten | Morning work Kindergarten | September - December Morning Message Kindergarten |Kindergarten Reading Activities| Kindergarten Phonics | Kindergarten Phonemic Awareness|

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
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