Pond Worksheets for Kindergarten and First Grade
This worksheet packet is perfect for your Kindergarten or First Grade student that is working on a pond unit study!
If you’re not directly studying pond life, these worksheets are still fun and engaging for any spring activity.
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In this 20 activity Pond Worksheet packet:
→ Who Am I? – Determine which plant/animal the writing prompt is describing
→ Down at the Pond Word Search
→ Fill in the Missing Vowels
→ Pond Word Jumbles – Unscramble the pond-themed words; beginning letter of the word is highlighted in red
→ Addition Riddle – Solve the addition equations to find out the answer to the trivia question!
→ Patterns: What Comes Next? – Determine the next animal in the pattern
→ Pond Writing Practice & Beginning Sounds – Determine the correct beginning sound of each object; then practice writing the word
→ Classifying Objects – Determine which animals/items belong at the pond and which belong on the farm
→ Counting By 5’s – Determine the correct number of objects when counting by 5’s
→ Turtle Color-By-Sight Word – Color the turtle correctly using words from the Dolch list
→ Counting by Tens Maze – Count by tens to help the frog reach his lily pad
→ Counting by Fives Maze – Count by fives to help the butterfly reach the cattail
→ What’s the Color? – Match the animal to the correct color word
→ Pond ABC Cut and Paste – Cut out each word and glue in the correct ABC order by first letter only
→ Cut It Out! – Cut out the labels and glue correctly on the pond scene
→ Fix the Sentence – Place the correct end mark on each sentence
→ Number Bonds – Practice filling in the parts of each number bond (simple subtraction)
→ Ducking Duos – Find each pair of rhyming ducklings and then color
→ What’s the Missing Number? – Fill in the missing number; counting to 30
→ Beginning Sound: Letter P – Find and color all of the items that begin with /p/
Note that this is for personal use for 1 family only or classroom use license for 1 teacher only.