• Here are some great web sites to enhance your at-home learning! 

    Movement is part of our everyday life in our kindergarten classroom. Here are some great resources for getting up and moving! 

    Jack Hartmann

    Cosmic Kids Yoga

    The Learning Station

    Koo Koo Kanga Roo

    Hap Palmer

     Make ART part of your everyday learning! 

    In our classroom, we love reading Elephant and Piggy and Pigeon books, all by Mo Willems. Mo is currently an artist in residence at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. Scroll down on the site below to see his daily Lunch Doodles. 

    Mo Willems Lunch Doodles

    Deep Space Sparkle is another great sight for art! On her web page, click on Free Art Projects. She then breaks it down by grade level. You can also follow her on Facebook, Deep Space Sparkle and watch her live videos. 

    Click on this link: Cassie Stephens for more art inspiration. Cassie is an amazing (amazing is an understatement) elementary school art teacher in Tennessee and someone I have followed for years. 

    Art Projects for Kids is another great site that is organized by grade level. This teacher does a lot of guided drawing lessons, which the kindergarteners love! 

    On Facebook, follow Art with Jenny K for daily art projects.

    Why so many art sites? Click here to find out why art is important for our young learners. 

    The San Diego Zoo has a website just for kids with amazing activities, videos, and games. 

    Digital copies of Ranger Rick are free during the time of COVID-19.