Distance Learning for Kindergarten and First Grade



In light of some schools needing to provide remote learning opportunities for their students, I thought I would share some of my materials that would be appropriate for kindergarten and first grade students to use at home. 

I have a wide variety of Google Slides learning activities, interactive PowerPoint games for both math and literacy, Boom Learning activities, as well as lots of printables.
Here are a few of my many money-saving bundles.  



Google Slides  (many more in my store)
Interactive Games For Google Slides Bundle  Interactive for K/1 ELA With SOUND!     Beginning Digraphs GAME for GOOGLE SLIDES:  Self-Checking WITH SOUND PDF    Beginning Digraphs Interactive GAME for Google Slides:  Self-Checking + Sound
Digital Addition Dominoes to 10 - For Google Slides: Kindergarten & First Grade     Addition GAME for GOOGLE SLIDES:  Facts From 11-20: Self-Checking WITH SOUND PDF     Digital Sight Word Sentences for Google Slides K/1

Interactive PowerPoint Games (many more in my store)

PowerPoint Games Bundle:  Interactive for Kindergarten and First Grade ELA 
 
Boom Learning (A FREE App to Download)

Boom Cards Bundle for Pre K - Kindergarten - Letters, Numbers, Rhyming    
 
Printables (many more in my store)
  Alphabet Booklets BUNDLE: 78 Foldable Letter Books NO PREP!      Word Families Mega BUNDLE VALUE + Bonus CVC Boom Cards Digital Task Cards       Sight Words Bundle of Foldable Books:  All 220 Dolch Sight Words - Differentiate  
  Sight Words BUNDLE 140 Activities-240 Dolch Sight Words NO PREP Color & BW      Color By Code Kindergarten Bundle for Spring, St. Patrick, Earth Day, Easter     Spring Activities Value Bundle for Literacy and Spring Math
 


Take care and stay healthy!
Linda Post
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Valentine's FREEBIE, Mardi Gras, Leap Day & St. Patrick's Day Activities for K/1



Shared Reading and Fluency With A FREEBIE!

Shared Reading and Fluency 


Shared reading is a time when students and teachers experience a real sense of community. 

Personal Spelling Card

Personal Spelling Card

The personal spelling card is another resource that students can use when they are writing.  I always encourage phonetic spelling as a part of writing development, but when students are consistently misspelling a word that they use frequently, these misspellings can become visually imprinted and harder to correct down the road.

A Handwriting Order that Makes Sense

A Handwriting Order that Makes Sense


I am describing an order of presentation for lowercase letter formation that has always been successful in my classroom. 

Important Word Cards : Reading Motivators: Personalized Reference

Important Word Cards: 



My students have always been more motivated to learn words that are important to them.  

Teaching Phonics in a Meaningful Way

Teaching Phonics
I have found that making phonics enjoyable and meaningful by immediately using phonemes in context makes the teaching and learning much more enjoyable and relevant. 

Paperless Classroom: Boom Cards and Products for Google Apps

Beginning Sounds, Rhyming, Letter Recognition, Color Recognition, Consonant Digraphs, Short Vowels, Silent e, Counting, Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication for Personal Devices, SmartBoards or Projectors