The words every teacher dreads…”I’m done! Now what?” Are you looking for learning tasks for your Kindergarten early finishers?! This Language Arts and Math Early Finisher resource has 50 activities aligned to the Common Core Standards.
This printable pack will allow your kindergarten students to continue to work on important skills like alphabet recognition, ending sounds, shapes, number patterns and so much MORE! Tasks that they can do independently and track their own progress!
Students love the fun and engaging early-finisher learning activities. Teachers love how easy it is to PRINT & GO. Just copy the pages back to back, add a cover, bind them and they are ready to keep your students engaged and learning.
The B.A.T. Book is filled with 50 Common Core Language Arts & Math Activities to challenge and engage your students! There are three different cover choices, including an editable line for the student’s name.
✨Early Finisher Resource Includes:
90 Common Core Activities for both Language Arts & Math
Progress Page: Students can monitor & track their own progress
3 Cover Choices
Tons of fun LEARNING activities!!
⭐ Language Arts Skills:
• Missing letters
• Matching upper case and lower case letters
• Beginning sounds
• Ending sounds
• CVC Words
• Sight Words
• Rhyming Words
• Short Vowels
• Code Words
• Beginning Blends
⭐ Math Skills:
• Base 10s
• Skip Counting
• Ten Frames
• Comparing Objects
• Comparing Numbers
• Number Patterns
• Before and After Numbers
• Series of Numbers
• Ordinal Numbers
• Ordering Numbers
• Domino Addition
❤️ And much more!
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Experiences from teachers like you:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I fell in love with this resource while working with another teacher’s student virtually last year. I knew that I needed to add them to my classroom this year. They are perfect for students who finish early and keep them engaged in academic content.”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “My kindergarteners loved this early finisher work. They would focus on their work just so they could work on their early finisher folder.”