Looking for play-based, super fun, easy-for-you Kindergarten Activities for your kiddos?
The May Kindergarten Binder is packed with a variety of kindergarten skills practice, all while playing with toys, playdough, and common craft supplies
Why are our Monthly Kindergarten Binders so popular with moms and teachers…
- Building Independence: Kids are able to work on their own or in small groups at their table to use their binders. It encourages them to self-start and learn/play on their own.
- Easy Prep: Print and slip the pages into sheet protectors. It’s that simple! No cutting and laminating required.
- Play-Based: These interactive, hands-on activities are built to engage little minds, use multiple senses, and make learning ridiculously fun.
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May Kindergarten Binder Activities
Flower Stem Measurement
Use linking cubes to complete the flower stems. Count how many linking cubes you used for each stem. Show the number using a magnetic number for each stem or write it with a dry erase marker.
Flower Garden Addition
Use flower and bee buttons or colored pom poms to show the addition problem. Place the correct number for the sum of the equation.
CVC Word Caterpillars
Use magnetic letters or letter stampers to make each target word in playdough as shown by the image in the box.
Using magnetic or plastic letters, sort out each letter of the alphabet into upper case and lower case letters.
Flower Petal Subtraction
Use flower petals or other manipulatives to show the subtraction problem. Show the answer with a magnetic number or by writing it with a wipe off marker.
Roll & Cover Blossoms
Roll a dice. Find the number rolled on the tree. Cover that number with popcorn or other small manipulatives.
Sight Word Detectives
Find all of the target words in each row. Use linking cubes or other small manipulatives to cover each of the target words.