These No Prep weekly activities are perfect for providing a choice of printed work or online distance learning for Kindergarten students. This set includes SEESAW Preloaded links, PowerPoint versions, and printable PDF versions of each weekly math and ELA packet.
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These activities have been created for Seesaw and are designed to print nicely in black and white. Teachers and parents who are working in person and want paper packets can print using the included PDF versions or select the print option directly from Seesaw. The print version from Seesaw looks great.
Each set includes 3 weeks of:
Seesaw Preloaded Activities (Easily add each week with 1 click)
A Printable PDF Version for each week
A PowerPoint Version for each week (uploadable to Google Slides)
If you are providing BOTH distance learning and in person instruction, this packet will make your life easier. Just provide the weekly packet to student who are distance learning through Seesaw or Google Classroom and provide your students in the classroom with the paper version. BOTH groups of students can work on the same set of pages concurrently each day. There is no need to create two separate lesson plans.
Included each week:
Easy to follow daily checklist on page 1
4 daily activities – Monday to Thursday
3 activities – Friday
Math and Literacy included daily
Daily sight word and sentence reading activity
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Weeks 19-21 to be added 1/24
Weeks 22-24 to be added 2/14
Weeks 25-27 to be added 3/7
This No Prep product is well organized and easy to use. It can be used year after year, even after distance learning has become a distant memory.