Kindergarten Mega Packs

8/26/2012 / 6 comments
I have spent a lot of time in Kindergarten throughout my teaching career. I even interned in it (2 1/2 day sessions, it was like 2 years of teaching in one!) During my years in pullout I have spent a lot of time with the Kinder set as well. I have made a lot of games for my kiddos over the years and they are really getting worn down. My old method for making games was a laminated (usually colorful) game board on which I would then write whatever skill/activity I needed. I preferred Sharpie rather than Expo so they would last longer, but even then they only last so long. As I am wretchedly tired of these, I created two packs for Kindergarten this summer!

This pack includes six bingo boards for seven different skills - a total of 42 (different colored) game boards.
The first two sets are uppercase and lowercase letters. I love this set because you can use it for letter name practice or sound practice depending on the ability level. It makes it easier for me to differentiate during small groups!

The next two sets are for numbers 0-10  and 0-20. This gives you 12 different number boards - which again helps to simply differentiation in small groups.




The last three sets are for number words (zero-ten), color words (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, brown, black & white) and shapes. I really like to reinforce these words and shapes at an early age and these games are a great way to do it.


This set is available in my TpT shop!

The other set I put together for my Kindergartners is a Math Skills Pack.

This pack has nine skills in it:

  • Numbers 1-10 
  • Numbers 1-20
  • Skip Counting by 10's 
  • Identifying Shapes
  • Patterns (AB and ABC)
  • Counting Pictures 0-10
  • Greater Than and Less Than Groups
  • Adding and Subtracting Pictures
  • Adding and Subtracting Numbers
These worksheets come in both color (for laminating) and grayscale so they can be used independently, as well as in small groups.

Each skill also has an answer sheet so the students can correct their own work.
This set is available in my TpT shop!

I hope everyone had a great weekend!

6 comments:

  1. Ooo, it looks wonderful. :) The Bingo look phenomenal. I love all the bright colors.

    M

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  2. They look great! I'm a new follower. I found you through your sister's blog.

    Jeremy
    Mr. Michelbook's Classroom

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  3. Thanks Jeremy! I followed you back!

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  4. Great Mega Packs, I can use this with my daughter!!! Have you ever considered making any for the upper grades?

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  5. Thanks! I have been thinking about it-maybe I'll give it a try! :)

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