Kindergarten - Ela concepts
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- Most Inspirational People: MLK, Jr. and His Dream
Check out a book from your local library on one of the most inspirational people in the world, and get inspired by this amazing activist's achievements.
- All About Me Report
Kindergarteners will get handwriting practice and love sharing about their lives as they write a report all about them using this colorful worksheet!
- What Lives in the Sea
Your student will research and identify the animal and plant life that live near the sea, using both her own knowledge and the help of the Internet.
- Be an Expert!
Your little expert will love to write about a favorite topic with this expert story prompt!
- An Ice Experiment with The Cat in the Hat
Not all water is liquid. Use this activity from PBS KIDS' The Cat in the Hat Knows All About That! to develop observation and writing skills.
- Santa Wish List Template
This Santa letter template is great for kids who want a little extra structure when writing to Mr. Claus. Try our Santa letter template this Christmas season.
- Brainzy Presents: Floyd and Roly's Amazing Adventures
Floyd and Roly are best friends and neighbors! Help your child stretch his writing skills with this fill-in-the-speech-bubbles worksheet.
- My Family Tree
Here is a fun worksheet to do with your child on a weekend—he can learn about his family and have a nice a project to hang in his room when he's done.
- Winter Story Cards
Tell a wonderful winter story with the help of these colorful story cards! Cut them out, and then start drawing cards to begin your story.
- My Favorites!
What are your favorite things? Kindergarten is a time for exploring ME, so help your little one cut out the pages to write her own mini book.
- First, Next, Last
What do you do when you wake up in the morning? Have some fun telling a real-life story with this graphic organizer.
- Things I Like
What things do you like? Little writers will get some excellent handwriting practice with this simple list story.
- Story Graphic Organizer
What do you do at school every day? Help your child sort out her school routine and write it down, from beginning, to middle to end!
- Writing Postcards: How's the Weather?
Your preschooler can get practice identifying seasons (and also writing postcards!) with this seasonal variety.
- Storytelling Cards
These beautiful story cards are a great way to help your child build confidence in her speaking and storytelling skills.
- Jump into Writing: Write a Bug Story
Want to give your kindergartener's writing skills an edge? This fun worksheet prompts her to author her own story about a bug.
- Dear Santa Letter Template
Help your kindergartener craft the perfect letter to Santa with this great template! He can work on handwriting, and even learn a few new sight words.
- Story Organizer
Storytellers and chefs, here's a chance to practice sequencing from start to finish! How would you make a PB & J?
- About Me: My Favorite Toy
Here's a fun exercise to encourage self-awareness in your child: draw your favorite toy!
- How's the Weather? Postcards #2
Print out a set of weather-themed postcards to give your child practice identifying seasons. These weather postcards also allow kids to practice writing skills.
- How's the Weather? Postcards #3
This set of weather-themed postcards shows your child how to dress seasonally. These postcards help your child identify seasons and improve writing skills.
- Brainzy Presents: The Amazing Adventures of Super Floyd and Officer Ice Cream
Super Floyd and Officer Ice Cream are off on an adventure! Help the dynamic duo save the day by filling in their speech bubbles.
- How's the Weather? Postcards #6
Kindergarteners learning about different seasons will like these colorful printable postcards. These weather postcards also offer writing practice.
- Christmas Wish List
This What I Want for Christmas worksheet is a great template for letters to Santa. Try our What I Want for Christmas worksheet with your child this winter.