Life Cycles- Butterflies
Watch and listen to, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle.
Use the worksheet to answer comprehension questions Interactive worksheet.
Use the interactive worksheet to retell what the caterpillar ate.
Draw and Write Sight Words.
Use the following sight words to write sentences: they, have, this, here, for, said
Then, illustrate your sentences.
If you need lined paper, you can download it here.
Use the sentence tracing worksheet to trace sentences using these sight words.
Parents: Ask your child to dictate a sentence to you using the sight words. Write it on the lined paper with a highlighter, then ask your child to trace over it.
Let’s learn about solid shapes (3-D Shapes) with Harry Kindergarten.
First, watch the video.
Then, try this math page.
Use the 3D shapes in the world worksheet to cut and paste 3D shapes from the world around us.
Did you do today’s activities?
Push the button below to let us know you’ve completed the activities below:
The Very Hungry Caterpillar In Hand Packet
Additional lessons are available for this grade level by pressing “More Lessons” above, or selecting a lesson below:
Today's ActivitiesListen to "Curious George Goes Camping."Curious George is a curious monkey. His curiosity sometimes gets him in trouble. In the story, he was very curious about what he thought was a kitty. What was it really? Was this a problem? Use this template to...
Today's ActivitiesListen to 'Backyard Camping' You will see lots of words you know how to read. You can turn down the volume and read all the words you recognize or can sound out. When done listening, answer these questions about the story (have an adult read the...
Have you ever been camping?
Today's ActivitiesListen to 'A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee' and do this worksheet to retell the important parts of the story. Retell the story. Who are the characters? What is the setting? Was there a problem in the story? Why did the problem occur? Was more than one...