Any good Free sites for homeschool kindergarten work to print?
Topic: Kindergarten books with writing activities
April 19, 2019 / By Edana Question:
Hello. I am really needing some help finding some free printable work for my son who is in kindergarten.
We recently had a HUGE problem with our local public school. I won't get into the details, except to say that the school was seriously at fault. It was horrible. Rather than sit and wait for the problem to be resolved (waiting who knows how long for my son to go without any teaching or instruction) we decided to pull him out and try homeschooling for a while. I have signed up with one company and am waiting for them to send us some books and supplies, which should take a week or two. However, until our materials arrive, I need to find something for my son to work on. I would like to find some online sites that allow me to print (free) or have access to some worksheets and activities of some sort......reading, writing, math, etc. If anyone knows of any sites or anything that could keep us busy for a few weeks, please let me know.
Best Answers: Any good Free sites for homeschool kindergarten work to print?
Chantel | 3 days ago
in addition to worksheets you can do some activities that are equivalent to what the other kindergarten children are learning. what I do sometimes is get my kids a notebook and have them write their name and date:( today is Saturday, January 12, 2008.) things like that then have them iether draw a picture of what ever it is your studing and if they are on a writing level then they can write something.
another thing you can do is reading and you can go to some sites and type in phonics and get some tips on phonemic reading and download some sight words for them to work on.
they also can work on money recognition.
hope some of this helps oh! and you can go to the s tore to get workbooks too!!
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Good for you for homeschooling! I did the whole public school thing...waste of time. My parents started homeschooling me and I loved it.
Are you looking for worksheets to use to keep him caught up until his books arrive?
Just go to a search engine and type in "worksheets for kids" or something similar. It should bring up loads of websites. Or, you can always create your own worksheets for him. Maybe personalize them a bit :-)
Make sure to do some hands-on learning. That's how kids learn best. Go on field trips and do experiments. He'll love it!
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