sunshine reading a bookSummer Reading Programs

Be sure to keep reading all summer!  You may choose to participate in  Prince William County Schools Reading Program and/or Prince William County Library's Reading Program.

At Home Learning

The Kindergarten Team has compiled a list of suggested activities for your student to continue to practice their reading and math skills at home. Choose the activities that work best for your student.

  • Create a reading log at home, writing down books that your child has read to you and you have read to them.
  • Play board games at home with your child (Sorry, Uno, etc.)
  • Use dice and the attached page to play some fun number games with your child.
  • Review sight words.  You can also have your child find sight words in magazines, books and in other forms of print. Sight word lists can be found in the files and documents tab on the website.
  • Create a journal, and each day have your child write one or more sentences, sharing about the thing(s) they did that day or their favorite part of the book they read.
  • Visit the following websites for fun educational games:

Your teacher will share log in information for Clever to access Dreambox for math and Raz-kids for reading.

Here are some reading strategies and tips to help your reader.

Kindergarten Pacing Guide Kids sitting on books

Please see the following documents for information regarding the Kindergarten Pacing Guide. The Kindergarten Year at a Glance provides an overview of our Kindergarten Curriculum. A more detailed look at the Virginia Standards of Learning is located in the full Kindergarten Pacing Guide. These documents can also be found in the kindergarten documents and forms tab in the pacing guides folder.


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Prince William County School Home Learning Website and Resources:

Educational Links
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Ways to prepare your child for Kindergarten.

  • Sing and Say the Alphabet
  •  Read First Name
  •  Write First Name
  •  Identify Colors and Shapes
  •  Count Objects
  •  Practice Fine Motor Skills: Coloring, Gluing, Cutting, Zippers, Buttons, Snaps, Ties
  •  Build Independent Bathroom and Hand washing Skills
  •  Practice Sharing and Working With Others
  • Visit and Play on Gravely’s Playground  (when appropriate)


Read to your child at least 15 minutes a day!