MFW Kindergarten Printable Pages

What a blessing it is to have a curriculum that teaches not only math and reading, but also centers it all around God's Word and God's World!  My Father's World Kindergarten does just that!

These files were created for use by my sons (ages 5 and 3.5) as we went through MFW K in 2012-2013.  The files below are free to those who HAVE ALREADY PURCHASED My Father's World Kindergarten *and* the accompanying student pages.  Please respect this, and only download the files if you are using My Father's World Kindergarten.

All pages may be downloaded by clicking on the images below.  This will take you to YouSendIt (also called "Hightail"), where you should be able to automatically download the files quickly and easily.  If you have trouble, please feel free to e-mail me.  I'm glad to help! :)

In His Love,Dawn
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**This file below was accidentally passworded - 
use "hazell" to open the file after downloading**









A Few Extras that don't have 'pretty picture links', so just click on the name of the activity:
~ frog trivia game (glue to file folder), special thanks to Casey at Simple Joy Crafting for allowing me to take her WONDERFUL game idea & add graphics to it! 
~ apple graphing activity (a paper graph, in case you don't have access to a large variety of apples)
~ Moon Phase mini book (a quick flip book for drawing & remembering the moon phases)


picture of the frog trivia gameboard...



picture of our completed apple graph
(cut out the paper apples, glue to the bar graph, and answer a few simple questions)


 



22 comments:

Leslie said...

I just emailed you!

Merinda80 said...

I just sent you an email :)

Delanie said...

I sent you an email.

ourprairiehome said...

Thanks for offering these to the group. Will be emailing you right away.

kewkew said...

Wow, thanks for offering these. These will be great for my just turning 4 yr old. I am doing K with my 5.5 yr old and with my just turning 4 yr old starting at the end of summer sometime. Sending you an email...

Kimberly said...

Just sent you an email. Thank you so much!! :)

Sharing Christ said...

I just emailed you. Thank you very much.

Dawn @ Our Little Monkeys said...

I'm glad to see so many of you can make use of these pages! :)

Sharing Christ ~ I don't think I receive an e-mail from you. If you didn't get an e-mail with the file, please try e-mailing me again. Sorry!

Christine said...

I send you an email, thanks for sharing these!

Allison Dobbins said...

I saw your post on FB and just emailed ya :)

Moose said...

These are wonderful! Thank you for sharing them! :]

Kelly Hoprich said...

Saw your post last week on FB and just sent you an email! Thank you for offering such a great resource to go along with the MFW K that we already have! :)

Mommy Provost said...

We just began MFW Kindergarten a couple of weeks ago and I have been looking for printables to go along with it. THANK-YOU! This is SO helpful for us. You are a blessing! -Mommy Provost (www.angelsandautism.blogspot.com)

Dawn @ Our Little Monkeys said...

You're welcome! Glad you can use these :)

A Learning Journey said...

These are absolutely wonderful printables! I would love a copy of the files. I sent an e-mail to you. Thank you so much for freely sharing the files.

bboles said...

These printables are incredible! I'm looking into this curriculum for next year. I fear that it may not be "enough". My son will turn 6 two weeks into the new school year. I held him back from K this year bc he wasn't mature enough to sit through 90 min of school and bc his birthday is 2 days after public school's cut off date. Anyway, he knows most (but not all) letter names and some sounds. He can count to 20 and write to 10. We haven't worked on any blending and are using Rod and Staff's ABC series this year. Any thoughts? I've also looked at HOD little hearts for his glory. Do you think MFW k would be too easy for him? Thank you!

Dawn @ Our Little Monkeys said...

Hi,
Thanks for asking! That's kind of a loaded question, as every mom would give you a different response. I'll share my personal opinion, but keep in mind that I don't hold fast to the Charlotte Mason "better late than early" idea. I love her style of teaching/learning, but I do prefer to start younger with my children.

As far as your son's skills, it sounds like he is academically ready to begin MFW K. That's about where my son was when we began. There are many moms who begin at around age 6, and their children do just fine.

I do totally understand your concern with starting at almost 6, as I'd fear it wouldn't be enough for my son. It only takes us about an hour each day, and I could see how that might feel like it's not thorough enough for a 6 year old.

Have you considered starting MFW K now? I think it's very easy to adapt the program to complete one unit each week to speed things up just a bit. That might keep from from being bored or finding the program too easy.

I don't know if you have older kids or if you already have a set school schedule in your home, but if you're flexible and would consider thinking outside the box, you could start MFW K now and then begin MFW 1st (or Little Hearts...or whatever you have in mind) at whatever point in the calendar year that you feel he's ready.

I've read most of the Little Hearts For His Glory manual and looked over most of the books that go along with it, and I think it's a beautiful program for an almost 6 year old. It will definitely take more listening skills and a slightly longer attention span than what is required in MFW K, but (in my humble opinion) it's still great for an older 5 yr old or 6 year old.

I don't know if that helps at all...hopefully it's at least a little insight into another mom's opinion :)

Nikki said...

Wow, these are great! Thanks!
myfathersworldinpa.blogspot.com

Jenny4 said...

Hi! We've chatted previously, but I came across this again while searching other things! I'm so glad I did! Printing off the Alphabet tracer's you made, the one with the box in the right hand corner for circling or stamping. I love your printables! I also love that you made the alphabet tracers for younger siblings to go with the theme's! My little teeny tot will love them! :)

Elise Klicko said...

wow , you are a blessing! Thanks for these!

Amy Wildflower Ramblings said...

I just saw your "for siblings" pages-- I love them!! Thank you thank you :) I am including these in my Early Literacy Stage post!!

Amy
http://wildflowerramblings.com

Rebecca Bomgardner said...

THANK YOU! This is exactly the thing I was looking for to supplement the MFW K math since my K boy is a bit beyond what they are having him do for "math." God Bless!
- Becca