This file is a 24 page review of key learning areas (AU) and common core standards (US) for the second month in Kindergarten. I designed it with one page of literacy and 1 page of math everyday. This is especially beneficial for ESL / ELL students as it maximizes their exposure and practise in the concepts learnt daily. It'll begin with easy work and slowly increase in difficulty as the student progresses.
*Note: The page numbers continue from the file Brain Train - 3rd month in Kindergarten, although that doesn't interfere with the content / or use of the file. This may be purchased seperately. :)
Here's what's included in the second month:
Beginning Letter identification.
Sight word identification.
Reading simple sentences / words.
Vocabulary: word / picture recognition.
Letter uppercase and lowercase identification.
Counting & Cardinality (counting to 20).
Write numbers 0-10 (0-20).
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities.
Count to answer “how many?” (objects 0-12) .
Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than or less than the number of objects in another group. (0-20)
Add to 10/20 by counting objects.
Literacy Activities include:
Uppercase / lowercase Letter tracing and recognition.
Write the sight words in boxes.
Colour the picture that begins with the corresponding letter.
Write the missing letter.
Tracing words and letters.
Tracing and reading simple sentences.
Tracing the sentences with the days of the week.
Hunt the corresponding lowercase letters.
Colour the sight words.
Math Activities include:
Word numbers and digits tracing and rewriting. (10-16)
Count objects in addition equations and record the number (10/15).
Count objects and record the number digits or word numbers. (10-15)
Colour the groups with more objects (0-20).
Answer to “how many” objects, count and record the number.
Draw counters to match the number. (0-20)
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