K5 Book 10 Sharing Lesson Plan


What we did ………

We are learning to read sight words and write our letters. We are focusing on sight words and writing upper and lower case letters for the next couple of weeks. We will be working on letter sound review, citizenship, math and our alphabet book at least once a week.

Prior to starting the lesson, you may want to visit the links to Amazon to find the items that I used.  I have alloted 2 days to learn the sight words and read the book.  Your child may need more time, that is fine.  These are work at your own pace lesson plans.

We are using Sight Word Readers by Scholastic which include 50 commonly used words.

I have created sight word readers flash cards for the 50 site words in these readers Free Printable. I printed mine on card stock, cut them out and glued 2 cards together and laminated 4 (8 words) per sheet.

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Here is a link to my Youtube playlist of all the videos I am using for this lesson plan.

Today we learned one and two in the book Sharing.


Sort fruits and vegetables worksheet


30 Minutes of Story Time: 

Learn the Vowels:


Watch the Youtube video in the playlist above to see how to write this letter

Free Letter Tracing Pages Letter Jj

Page Jj in My Letter Book…………………………………………

Letter Jj craft by Badanamu.com  (paint or color, cut out and glue onto construction paper page.

All About the Letter J worksheet by Education.com glue onto a construction paper sheet.

Read My “J” Book by Jane Belk Moncure

Math:  We are working through the Kindergarten math workbooks and math Youtube lessons.   Here is a link to Kindergarten Math.

Play the Sum Swamp game and learn addition/subtraction 0-10


We are learning about Sharing.  You will find You tube video’s above to watch with your child.


Work through Pre-K Social Studies workbook and videos.


At this age children should know how to write their first and last name and their phone number and address.

Here are links to the activities that we are using to achieve this ……

Learn your phone number and address with free PDF

Learn how to write your first and last name with free worksheet creator

* You can use the worksheet creator to print a phone number tracing worksheet


Learning Apps:

Endless Alphabet  (app on Google play)

Endless Numbers

Endless Readers

Here is a link to a list of things that my child should know by the end of Kindergarten.


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