Resource Packet for Play at Home

Resource Packet for Play at Home

Updated to reflect changes!

Hi everybody!

Updated to reflect changes!

PK-2 Play Packet for Families

I worked on it quickly to try and get it out as fast as I can, so please let me know if you catch a typo or another kind of error. Please also MAKE A COPY before you make any changes so that the master stays intact.

New: Spanish Translation PK-2 Play Packet for Families

A HUGE HUGE thanks to Marcia Elwarari for translating so quickly and thoughtfully. She is a coach in a NYC school in the heart of the outbreak. A million thanks to her, and a million well wishes for all the families she supports.

New: Chinese Translation PK-2 Play Packet

A HUGE HUGE thanks to Ruth Rivera and Rita Kwan for translating so quickly, and sharing so thoughtful. Ruth is an amazing administrator I have known since my days at TCRWP, and Rita is her talented and humble administrative assistant. Rita mentioned that if community members would like to make comments on the translation to feel free.

New: 3-5 Project Packet for Families

Feedback on the new packet welcome! It is in draft form as always. I am so interested to hear feedback!

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This is all  free, but would ask if you find it useful and want to make a donation for using it, that is much appreciated, but in no way required. We all gotta do what we can with what we have.

 

If you want more support, I am making videos for schools and families about this kind of work, and you can always contact me about setting that up (use the contact me link on the website).

I would love to get feedback, and together we can make this better for everyone.

19 Comments
  • Lisa Funk
    Posted at 19:39h, 27 March Reply

    Thank you

  • Catherine Giacomo
    Posted at 21:19h, 27 March Reply

    Thanks so much for creating and sharing!

  • Eileen Berwick
    Posted at 22:20h, 27 March Reply

    This is wonderful. I heard you speak at Reading for the Love of It last year and I loved every minute of that workshop. I tried to write every word you shared.
    Thank you for sharing this. This is the kind of resource we really need right now.

  • Lori Yarborough
    Posted at 23:46h, 27 March Reply

    Thank you!

  • Lori Yarborough
    Posted at 23:47h, 27 March Reply

    Thank you for supporting educators

  • Heidi Dyar
    Posted at 00:55h, 28 March Reply

    How about a Venmo account? That might be easier for you.

  • Anne Djebonhol
    Posted at 09:21h, 28 March Reply

    This is wonderful! Thank you! I especially like the “what to do if” part…. I already have parents telling me that their child is saying @I ca’t…”.

  • Lauren Showers
    Posted at 10:32h, 28 March Reply

    Thanks

  • Edith Balogh
    Posted at 17:34h, 28 March Reply

    Thank You👍🏻😉😍

  • Los
    Posted at 23:56h, 28 March Reply

    This is so useful for parents – thank you for the structure

  • Heidi Gilbertson
    Posted at 11:51h, 29 March Reply

    Thank you sooooo much! Your thoughts and resources have been invaluable for myself, other teachers, and parents. I am super excited to see your 3-5 resource!!

  • Sheila Connor Wasilewski
    Posted at 19:21h, 29 March Reply

    Hey Kristi, a teacher friend posted this as a resource and I had to take a double take. Hope you are well! Thanks for fighting the good PLAY fight . Your old pal, Sheila Connor

    • kristimraz
      Posted at 17:51h, 30 March Reply

      whoa! Hey! Hope you are well!!!!!!

  • H Roundsky
    Posted at 09:31h, 30 March Reply

    Absolutely brilliant. Thank you so much.

  • Lauren Shea
    Posted at 09:37h, 30 March Reply

    I love this! This is awesome! Thank you SO much!

  • Annie Swanlaw
    Posted at 18:08h, 31 March Reply

    You are amazing. I love your writing voice and your wise approach to making this virtual stuff developmental appropriate for kids. I’m a first grade teacher and am struggling a bit to find my passion as I try to translate spending my days with my amazing class into videos and lists of things to do. This work you’ve put together has helped me re-visualize what my work with them could possibly look like…and once they fall into a routine my skills can be better used to meet with them on zoom rather than plan lame lessons for parents to attempt to teach.

  • Mary Nicholls
    Posted at 13:43h, 06 April Reply

    Hi thanks

  • Bronny Robertson
    Posted at 18:01h, 07 April Reply

    Thanks Kristi! This is amazingly helpful.

  • Laurie Ovies
    Posted at 13:19h, 08 April Reply

    This is really amazing! Thank you for being an advocate for teachers, families, and most of all, our young learners. This is such a breath of fresh air.

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