Homework For Pre K

My goal was to create literacy homework for Kindergarten that met the following criteria: I had these goals in mind because I’ve seen kids fail to complete their homework for many different reasons.

The homework may have been too hard or too easy, parents may not have understood the directions, students may not have had family help at home, etc.

I was eventually able to differentiate homework some of the time, but not as often as I wanted to.

Needless to say, my grand homework plans didn’t exactly happen.

As the years went on, I slowly assembled a collection of activities to send home.

All worksheets are pdf documents for easy printing.

Letters: identifying letters and writing the alphabet Sounds & Phonics: using letters to make sounds and words Words / Vocabulary: recognizing sight words and building vocabulary Reading Comprehension: practice reading simple sentences and passages Early Writing: sentences, capital letters, punctuation & writing prompts Shapes: identifying and drawing the basic shapes Colors: recognizing the basic colors Numbers: recognizing numbers and counting Simple Math: learning simple math concepts Other Activities: learning basic concepts such as "before/after", "above/below", etc.

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