# Spring Has Sprung! - Math and Literacy Activities

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Common Core Standards
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Get ready for 111 pages of springtime fun for you and your kiddos! All activities include an “I Can” directions poster to help foster independence and are aligned to common core standards (listed on the posters) for kindergarten.

Literacy Activities:
-Spring is Here - book for shared reading and emergent reader (writing in the word “the”) – RL.K.10, RF.K.1, RF.K.3c, RF.K.4
-It’s Raining Sight Words – building and writing high frequency words – RF.K.3c
-Silly Ladybugs – sorting real and nonsense CVC words – RF.K.2
-A Flutter of Vowels – identifying medial vowels in CVC words – RF.K.3b
-Blooming Blends – matching pictures to their consonant blend tr, gl, sp, and bl – RF.K.2
-“Hoppy” Digraphs – 2 options for differentiation – identifying beginning digraph or ending digraph – RF.K.2
-Rhyming Rainbows – making rhyming pairs – RF.K.2a
-Springing into ABC Order – alphabetizing groups of 5 words by first letter – RF.K.1
-Duck! Rabbit! – craftivity and opinion writing – W.K.1

Math Activities:
-Tally it Up – counting and tallying recyclables – K.CC.B.5
-Let’s Go Fly a Kite – finding the number that comes before and after – K.CC.A.2
-Five in the Hive – skip counting by fives – K.CC.A.1, K.CC.A.2
-For Peep’s Sake! – vertical addition using pictures – K.OA.A.2
-“Egg”cellent Baskets – making 10 with eggs – K.OA.A.4
-Bright and Beautiful Bonds – solving for missing numbers in bonds using a mat and counters – K.CC.B.5
-Subtraction pocket chart story and center – using subractions stories and counters to solve subtraction problems – K.OA.A.2
-Roll & Graph – using a cube with bugs and analyzing the data – K.CC.B.4, K.CC.B.5, K.MD.A.2, K.MD.B.3

I love bright and colorful center materials, but I know some people prefer to save that ink, so for that reason I have included two files in this download:
1) Full color with backgrounds (as shown)
2) Color without the backgrounds
Even without the backgrounds, the images are still color, but you will not use nearly as much ink as if you printed the activities with the backgrounds.
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