Home Learning November 8, 2021

Posted: November 8, 2021

Home Learning November 8, 2021


Welcome back Kindergarten :)


The weather is looking good this week, so I hope you can get outside to play and enjoy these beautiful Fall days! I was outside yesterday doing some yard work and it was such a nice day! I miss you all and I am really looking forward to being back together with you at school!

Please choose some of the activities that I have suggested for you to work on at home.


Have fun because that is the best way to learn!


Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns at natalie.corcoran@nbed.nb.ca.


Language Arts


Continue to practice reading the 2 books that were sent home.


Listen to a story on



Have an adult read a book to you.

Read a book to your pet or a stuffed animal.


Do the calendar on Starfall.com



Learn about the Seasons



Try this game to learn more about Seasons



Learn the Months of the Year



Learn the Days of the Week



Review our Zoo-phonics letter/sounds 


*Continue to use the Zoo-phonics chart in your Home Links duo tang to practice the letter/sounds.


Review some of our kindergarten sight words 

List A:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qIxhNe5_S0

List B:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O5aHNnQLgE

*Play the sight word games that were sent home in your Home Links duo tang.


Try these fun sight word games




Look through some of your favorite books from home to see if you can recognize and read some of your kindergarten sight words.


Learn about beginning sounds





Try this fun beginning sound game



Draw a picture of one your friends. Label your picture with the first sound in their name. If you can, try to sound their name out slowly to record more of the sounds you hear in that word. 


Please continue to practice printing your name and saying the names of each letter in your name. Be sure to use a capital letter at the beginning of your name and the remaining letters should all be lowercase letters. Do your best! :)


*You can use your dry erase marker and the sheets in the plastic page protectors, in your Home Links duo tang, to practice printing letters, numbers, and your name.






Have your child sort items from around your home. They can sort forks, knives and spoons or fruits and vegetables or help you sort laundry or toys, etc.



Have your child create 2-part patterns from some of the items they sorted. They may also want to try make up their own 2-part sound or action patterns.


They could go outside and sort and create patterns with leaves, rocks, sticks etc.


Subitize (Instantly recognizing the number of objects in a small group, without counting.



Hold up fingers and have your child quickly say the amount without counting. 







Have your child roll a dice and make a group to represent the number rolled. They could use toys, treats, goldfish crackers, cereal etc.


Try this fun counting game



Comparing quantities:

Have your child roll two dotted dice. Have then say the amount on each dice and then get them to tell you which one has more dots, which one has fewer dots or if they have the same amount.


You can also have them compare quantities by holding up fingers on both of your hands and having them to tell you which one has more, which one has feweror if they have the same amount. 


Try these games online: