Learning Activities and Resources

At Home Learning Activities:


Language Arts


  • Read books
    • Practice turning pages in a book
    • Tracking words from left to right
    • Answering WH- questions about a story
    • Recalling events in the story
    • Labeling/identifying objects/pictures
    • Search for letters or known words




  • Practice writing or building names
  • Practice forming letters and numbers
  • Build letters and numbers with magnets, playdough, salt trays, shaving cream, paint, etc…




  • Practice rote counting out loud to 10 or higher
  • Practice identifying numbers using environmental print, ex.: use flashcards or objects with the print around your house on food boxes, bags or cans, appliances, the mail, newspapers, etc.)
  • Incorporate movement and count how many hops, jumping jacks, claps of hands, snaps of fingers, etc.
  • Use dominos to count the dots, dice, chips, checkers boards, board games, decks of cards, etc…
  • Count pieces of daily snack, ex.: goldfish crackers, pretzels, fruit chews, cheerios / cereal.


Circle Time


  • Have FUN!
  • This is a great time to incorporate language arts, math, communication and music and movement!
  • Count / identify numbers
    • Use a calendar to generalize and track from left to right then move to the next row (Starfall)
  • Sing ABC’s, identifying upper/lower case letters, letter sounds
  • Thinking of words that start with (__) letter
  • Identify / spell / write name
  • Sitting and attending to task skills
  • Read books! LOTS OF BOOKS!




  • Practice answering and asking questions
  • Take turns in conversation
  • Practice asking for wants and needs: Modeling sentences, expanding sentences, and being specific with descriptive words, ex., “help me” → “I need help please” or “Please help me open my snack”


Music and movement



Indoor & Outdoor play


  • Practice motor skills. ex.: Running, jumping, balancing, crawling like a crab or bear crawl (P.E. with Joe)
  • Following directions 
  • Explore and experiment
  • Share and take turns
  • Exchange dialog
  • Talk about what’s happening, , what your building or making, or use your imagination
    • ex. “What is your dinosaur doing?” ”Can you make tacos?”
  • Cooperative play
  • Dramatic Play or Imaginative Play
  • Clean up!

Additional Links and Free Resources to support and encourage learning and play:


Scholastic Book Club is supporting classrooms virtually. They have provided a link for a weekly plan and one activity and book / video included daily. The links are provided for each book or video. Happy virtual learning time!


Teach Your Monster to Read (your teacher provided you a link for your child’s free account): 


Starfall - Daily calendar, letters, numbers, shapes, and colors games for review and practice.


GoNoodle music and movement activities 


Happy Numbers (your teacher provided you a link for your child’s free account): 


Daily P.E. Class with Joe! Follow his youtube channel for his daily P.E. Classes.


ABCya is an app full of educational games that will keep your kids engaged and having fun. 


My PlayHome is a digital doll house where your child can use everything, even the closets, TV and shower. They can fry an egg and feed the family, etc…


Virtual Field Trips:

We Are Teachers

Early Childhood Education Zone

A to Z Kids Stuff




Khan Academy Kids- A free fun and educational app for kids that includes educational activities, songs, books and games.


Cosmic Kids Yoga