Kindergarten Internet Resources

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Below are free web sites that offer games and learning resources to provide your child with multi-sensory, interactive ways to practice and review important Kindergarten skills and beyond!

Please contact me if you know of other sites so that I can add it to the list.

English Language Arts

Beginning Letter Recognition:

Alphabet Match – Paw Park – Match capital to small letter. Find the Mommy (or Daddy) Kangaroo for each joey.

Alphabet Bang – Hit a key on the keyboard and hear the letter names.

The Literacy Center – A great site that has activities with colors, numbers, letters, shapes and words. Site translated in Spanish, Dutch, French and English. Also has a typing component in the Keyboard Section.

Big Bird’s Letters – Press a letter key to see and hear that letter.

Beginning Phonics:

Begins With – Click on items in a picture which begin with specific letters.

Fishing for Phonics – Select a level and find the missing beginning or ending sound and drag the card into the missing space.

Hedgie’s Alphabet – Listen to the name of the picture and find the word that matches. This is a click and drag activity.

Letters and Pictures – Click on the objects that start with each letter of the alphabet shown on the left.

Sound Fun – Match sound with the letter. Click on the letter that matches the sound that is said.

Phonic Fighter – Click on the picture that starts with the letter shown.

Starfall’s Learn to Read with phonics – A free website to teach students to read with phonics.

Phonics Practice:

Begins With – Click on items in a picture which begin with specific letters.

Beginning Sound – Listen to the word and type in the letter of the beginning sound. Click the levers to control the pictures.

CVC Words – Student selects the word that matches the picture.

Dolch Sight Words – Practice your sight words and other reading games.

Froggy Phonemes – Create CVC words with the frogs. Sound out the word you create.

Phonic Fighter – Click on the picture that starts with the letter shown

Sound Fun – Match sound with the letter. Click on the letter that matches the sound that is said.

ReadingTarget – Many things to print to help students learn phonics and alphabet letters.

Vowels and Consonants – Distinguish between the vowels and consonants. Help the Rat catch either vowels or consonants.

Word Formation – Print these cards and let students cut out individual letters and create new words!

 Reading Simple Sentences:

Easy Word Drop – Drag word into box below to complete sentence.

Learn to Read free – Free online lessons with audio; must register but registration is free.

Poem Pack – Ten colorful poems with animation, audio and activities – featuring Daisy the snail, the toad and the goat, and friends.

Sequencing Sentences – For beginner readers. Using your mouse, put the words in the sentence in order so Monkey can cross the bridge. You might want to secure some headphones before using this site.

Word Drop – Drag correct word to complete sentence.

 Sounding Out Words

Alien Scavenger Hunt: Letter Bugs – [Spelling] Use the mouse to click on letters that make up the word you hear.

Alien Scavenger Hunt: Space Trash – [Spelling] Use the mouse to click on letters that make up the word you hear.

Blending words together – Blender says word and student must choose the beginning sounds and ending sounds separately to be blended together.

CVC Machine – Sound out the words and decide if it is a real word.

CVC Words – Student selects the word that matches the picture.

Fearless Frieda – [Spelling] Use the keyboard to spell the words Frieda says. Three letter words on level one, four letter words on level 2.

Fearless Frieda the Big Kahuna – [Spelling] Use the keyboard to spell the words Frieda says. Frieda starts with four letter words in this game.

Fuzzy Lion Ears – Find the missing letter and click on it. You’ll find partially-written words with accompanying pictures. As Leona presents each one, she’ll say the word. Choose from three different letters to make the word. Click on the blue arrow to get started.

Letter Bugs – Go on an Alien Scavenger Hunt and collect the individual letters to create a whole word you hear.

Letter TV Name That Picture (Brick Wall) – Click on the word that matches the picture.

Make a Word – Find the vowel that fits in the CVC word to make a new word.

Missing Letters in Words – Position the cursor in the box, then use the keyboard to enter the missing letter in the word.

Orson’s Waller – Pick the word from the sounds Orville says.

Pounce on the Word that Matches the Sound – Students hear a word and click on the CVC word they sound out that matches the word that was said.

Put it on the Shelf – Sound out CVC words and match with correct picture.Drag and Drop mouse skills needed.

Sounding out Words – [Click on Continue to start] Concentration style game – match the word with the picture. Many, many selections.

See ‘N Spell – Short Vowels – [Spelling] Spell out the CVC word that names the picture. Self-check the answers.

Spelling Words – [Spelling] Click the letters in a word and then put the letters in order, like refrigerator magnets!

Sight Word Practice Quizzes – Many quizzes and levels.

Type and arrange the letters – Make up your own words on the Easter Egg.

Unscramble the Words – Position the cursor in the box, then use the keyboard to enter the letters to unscramble the word for each picture.

Mathematics

Comparing Numbers:

More, Less, or the Same – Count the objects on each side and decide if they are more, less or the same. Students must recognize the words.

More or Less – Students select if number is more, less or equal to. Students must recognize the words.

Patterns: 

Crazy Patterning Machine – recognize repeating patterns by using shapes, letters and numbers.

Pattern Detectives – identify and extend patterns in a variety of settings. Audio is used to assist non-readers.

Pattern Detectives – identify and extend patterns in a variety of settings. Audio is used to assist non-readers.

Other Math Skills:

Are You a Math Magician? – Two levels of practice with several operations are available; addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. Mixed practice is also available; addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, or a mix of all four. Select the level appropriate for Kindergarten.

Math Lingo – Play Tic-Tac-Toe while learning positional words, more, less and many more math terms

K-1 Math Activities – Activities for young students classified by standards.

Counting to 100 – Worksheet with blanks for students to fill in the numbers.

Cool Math – has some activities to help parents get their kids ready for Kindergarten and to be continued in 1st Grade.

Harcourt School Publishers – Kindergarten activities for the Math Advantage series.

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