Kindergarten Summer Homework


Looking for no-prep printables, worksheets, or take-home activities to keep skills sharp over summer? This pack is it!

Perfect for Kindergarten students to work on the summer before 1st grade, you simply print – and that’s it!

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This HUGE pack is filled with 91 pages of math and literacy activities that require little to no prep, no color ink, and no laminating. The printable activities review Kindergarten standards and will keep students learning all summer long!

This pack includes a cover page for the option of creating a workbook to send home. Print 2-sided to use less paper! The pages that require cutting and pasting are at the end of the packet for this reason (so as not to cut/paste on a double-sided page).

It also contains a tracking sheet for students to color in each time they complete a page, as well as a reading log!You could opt to have them return homework in the fall for a prize if you wish.

The following skills are covered in this pack:

  • number and letter printing practice
  • beginning sounds
  • ending sounds
  • middle sounds
  • sight words
  • rhyming
  • counting objects
  • counting on
  • more or less
  • number order
  • before and after
  • patterns, shapes
  • CVC words/word families
  • CVCe words
  • digraphs
  • number words
  • color words
  • graphing
  • teen numbers
  • tally marks
  • base ten
  • number bonds
  • word problems
  • measurement
  • counting by 5’s and 10’s
  • addition within 10
  • subtraction within 10
  • combinations of 10
  • reading simple sentences and stories

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What educators are saying:

This resource covered most of the skills we had worked on during the KG year, so it was perfect to send home in the summer. It was engaging and fun review work for them!
— Kerry W M.

Amazing! Great resource to send home with students over the summer. I’ve had several parents tell me their child has enjoyed working on the packet already this summer. Thank you!
— Nicole C.