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Fast Finishers Kindergarten: Ideas, Activities & More

So, I know I’ve been telling you for months that the B.A.T Book would be making an appearance in Kindergarten.  Well, many months after that promise, IT IS FINALLY done! You now have 50 GREAT activities for Kindergarten fast finishers!

Pull out the trumpets.  Sound the horns.

The B.A.T Book for Kinders has arrived!

B.A.T. stands for Brain’s Always Thinking! Using this book, your students can complete a variety of fun & appealing activities as they finish their work or can sneak in a few minutes of Free Time! The goal of the B.A.T. Book is to be an independent activity that supports learning, even for fast finishers.

For each child, you’ll photocopy the pages back to back, add the cover of your choice and bind it all together. Students keep their B.A.T. Book inside their own desks so it’s always ready to go! You can choose the cover that best suits your needs.

Kids can track their progress in their B.A.T. Book with the Progress Page in the front of their books.

example of a fast finisher book for kindergarteners with progress tracking | Lucky Learning with Molly Lynch

Simple directions for each activity make it easy for students to complete on their own. For the Kinder version, I added visual directions. So, even if your students can’t read all of the directions, they can see the pencil & crayon icon and get an idea!

50 Kindergarten Fast Finisher Activities

The B.A.T. Book for Kinders is filled with 50 Common Core Language Arts & Math Activities to challenge and engage your students! There’s also a few extra “fun” activities thrown in there, too!

Check it out in the Lucky Store!

Teach 1st? Snag the 1st Grade B.A.T. Book! Teach 2nd? Snag the 2nd Grade B.A.T Book!

Now, in other news this week, we wrapped up our Science unit on weather {thank goodness – I’m not a huge Science person!} We chatted about the 4 Seasons and changing weather and made some fun lil’ trees for the four seasons.

Click the picture to snag the trees for yourself!

It’s beginning to look a lot like St. Patrick’s Day in my room! If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you may know that it’s my absolute favorite day of the year! So, I’m doin’ up my classroom with some fun stuff!

We also did a little craftivity.  This little lady didn’t quite follow the sample, but I thought her answer was so good, I let it slide!

Both of those goodies came from my Kiss Me, I’m Irish Wee Unit!

    Hopefully, this all helps you keep those fast finishers in kindergarten learning and growing!


    Check out all the Early Finisher Activities here!

    18 Responses

    1. My favorite part of March is spring. I am ready to get rid of the snow and to see the sun shining again. Love this pack! I have the first grade one and we use it daily. wvuteachchick at yahoo dot com

    2. My favorite part of March is getting a little vacation for Mardi Gras break. Of course, I hate Mardi Gras, but I'm content to hide from it!
      Your activities are so cute. I *almost* miss the 3 years I spent teaching first grade. Just ALMOST!
      🙂 Erin

    3. My favorite part of March is knowing that when this month is over I get to see you! What a great post. So excited for the K BAT book! Love the tree, pots of gold, rainbows and leprechauns. You really got it done this week!
      A Burst of First

    4. My favorite part of March is the mischief that the leprechauns so in our room! They even leave us a treasure hunt on St. Pat's Day to find some of their gold!

    5. My favorite part of March is my anniversary falls on spring break every year!Lauralnabors@kingwoodchristianschool.com

    6. Good Morning!
      My favorite part of March is celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday!
      We love listening to all the great books and then finding them in the library to take home.
      We also have our great military buddy readers from the nearby base come and read to us while we eat green eggs and ham!

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