Pig Kahuna digital learning at-home unit. Using this resource, students respond to literature and complete math and literacy activities. Printable option for easy printing at home or in a digital format with preloaded Seesaw links!
Pig Kahuna Digital Learning At-Home!
Are you adjusting to at-home learning yet? Maybe…? This is such a hard time for teachers and students. We all thrive on the interaction between each other. I hope I can help ease some of your stress with these no-prep digital learning at-home units.
Pig Kahuna is the perfect book for May and June. Fergus and his little brother, Dink, spend a day at the beach. (Where I wish I was right now!) I love the idea of using this book so close to Summer. It’s a great one to add to your list for ocean and beach week. Check out the story online here:
This unit provides several opportunities for students to respond to literature. Throughout the week, your kindergarten or first-grade students will practice opinion writing, making connections, retelling the story, and writing about the problem and solution.
Did you notice the QR codes? Students easily scan the QR code to listen to the story. The directions are recorded on a QR code, too! This allows for students to be mostly independent. (Some kiddos might need support using an electronic device.)
In addition to the written responses, students brush up on their math and literacy skills with some fun activities.
All of the tasks are preloaded to Seesaw to make it super easy for you! Simply click the link in the unit and save the activities for your students.
There are activities at both kindergarten and first-grade levels so you can easily differentiate if needed. There is no need to purchase two separate units, all of the resources are combined into one!
Take a look at The Bad Seed in this blog post:
We have quite the collection of these digital learning units, check them all out here:
- Bear’s New Friend
- Stick and Stone
- Gilbert the Great
- The Good Egg
- Sylvester and the Magic Pebble
- Chester’s Way
- The Bad Seed
- Rosie Revere Engineer