Table 2 Information for parents on virtual classroom activities for kindergarten

From: The Coronavirus Pandemic and Lessons Learned in Preschools in Norway, Sweden and the United States: OMEP Policy Forum

Kindergarten remote learning schedule
If you are not able to access a hard copy of an activity, your child can complete the work on paper or you can make a video of your child explaining the work and submit via email. Here is the link for those who cannot attend the real-time Zoom meeting:
Link Google document with 24 slides detailing parent–child activities for 5 days. Additional links within slides provide information and materials about the literacy and math activities in the plan.
Plan for Monday 5/18/2020
9:00–9:45
9:45–10:15
10:15–11:00
Morning message (slide 2)
Links provided in the slide (1) letter to parents explaining the importance of reading fluency, what reading fluency is, why it is important; (2) link to a reading passage (at the dentist) for the child to read with parent’s support; (3) additional information to parents on the importance of repetition and reading practice
Materials at the dentist handout (optional)
Nothing to submit to teachers
11:00–11:30 Break—offline practice your child’s sight words, math flashcards, or work on guided reading
11:30–12:15 Reading group and materials (slide 22)
Links provided in the slide a commercial digital library used by the school and each class. Each child has a mailbox with assigned books for guided reading with the parent, as well as reading comprehension questions
Nothing to submit to teachers
12:15–1:00
1:15–2:00
2:00–2:30
Writer’s workshop (slide 3)
Links provided in the slide (1) explanation for parents on ideas and skills behind the ‘How-to write stories’ workshop; (2) video of teacher reading the storybook, ‘Everyone can learn to ride a bicycle’; (3) worksheet for a child to draw and/or write his/her own story; (4) word recognition sheet of important words associated with ‘how to’ stories (e.g., first, next, later, lastly)
Materials explanation about writing ‘How-To’ stories; writing paper OR lined paper; List of transition words (optional); and a pencil