Here are a couple of pages that I made for morning work for September.
Most of my students need lots of help with number formation. I usually put these in plastic sleeves. and have them do name tracing on the back. They love getting to use dry erase pens. I made these small enough to conserve paper if you just want to print them as is. They only need a 1/2 sheet. :) I put dot "starting points" and arrows to show the writing path for the numbers. Hopefully you can use these with your class too!
This will scaffold your kids with visual support so they will be able to independently write to 20:
I'm working on some back to school pages for my kinders. I hope you can use this packet to work on number formation. I know there are other formation poems you might use, but at this time I am not making it editable. Numbers 1-10 are included in this free download. Just click the picture below to grab it.
Clipart from Creative Clips by Krista Wallden, fonts by KG fonts.
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There are only 2 more days of school with students. I'm planning our final activities for our class and wrapping up the year. I always like to end the year by having the kindergarten students write a letter to their first grade teacher (they won't know exactly who their teacher is until the fall). I pass on the letters to the teachers so they have a little work-sample of each child's writing/personality. A lot comes across in one page of writing. Extra thanks for the cute clipart kids to Creative Clips. The font is one of my favorites called KG Primary Penmanship. The page border is from Graphics from the Pond.
When we write the letters I usually have the students start by saying: "Dear First Grade Teacher, My name is ___. I am ___ years old." Then I tell my students to tell their teacher something else about them. They can tell them what subject they like, what language they speak, or what they want to learn. The first grade teachers look forward to these letters every year. I hope you can do them with your kinders!