April Kindergarten Activities

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# Are you ready for April?

April kindergarten activities and lesson plan ideas! This blog post is filled with Spring classroom ideas for read-aloud, spring literacy centers, spring math centers, and more! Plus a free lesson planning guide for you!

### April Book Activities

We sure love books!  Here are a few that we love to teach with in April.

Tops and Bottoms by Janet Stevens.  You can see a blog post on this book with a free file:  Tops and Bottoms Lesson Plans

Pigsy by Mark Teague.  You can read this blog post and see the related activities:  What a PIGSTY of a week!

Piggie Pie is such a fun, FUN book!   You can see this blog post and related activities:  Piggie Pie

The Giving Tree makes me cry EVERY. TIME!  You can read this blog post and see these classroom activities:  The Giving Tree and more!

Here are a few of the anchor charts we used when studying the book Insect Detectives.  You can read this blog post and check out our classroom activities: Insect Lesson Plans for Kindergarten

Chickens Aren’t the Only Ones is a great book to explore oviparous animals.  You can read this blog post: Oviparous Animals Lesson Plans ~ Peek at my Week

### Poems and Songs for April

We sure love using poems for our shared reading!

### Math and Literacy Centers for April

Here are some great April math and literacy centers for your classroom.  Simply click on the images to find them.

### Resources for April

You can download this resource guide for April by clicking HERE.  I am slowly, but surely building a year-long guide… so hang in there!

I hope your April is AMAZING!!!!

• April 1 at 9:01 pm

Dear Mrs. Wills

Thank you the news.

I bought the puzzles for math a while back. I was laminating to be used for the May math activities and found a error on one of the geometric shape puzzle piece. There is a red triangle based pyramid picture that was labeled as a triangular prism.

Sincerely yours,

Ling

• April 2 at 9:44 am

Thank you so much! I just made the correction. You can redownload the file to get the update. Thank you again for letting me know!

• April 16 at 5:53 am

I’m not a teacher but I will definitely buy the books for my kids. Thank you for sharing!

• April 23 at 10:55 am

Thank you!!!!

My teaching career allowed me to experience teaching to different age groups and in different classroom environments. My heart belongs to early childhood education and I love working with other teachers who share this same love as me. Read More

Deedee

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