Sunday, 28 October 2012
Here we are already at the end of October! Halloween on a Wednesday will create a challenging Thursday and Friday for sure. Here is a cute quick page I'm going to use tomorrow to get the kids to write what they are going to be for Halloween. You can grab a copy by clicking on the picture. :) Boo!
Tuesday, 16 October 2012
This week we are having a ball learning all about five frames! I created these game boards to give the students some practice during center time. They take a sports ball five frame card and look at the five frame, then they look at the game board to see if the number on their card is on the spot they need to move to. If there is a match they move ahead, if not, another player takes their turn. They really liked the games! I was thrilled to see them grasp the concept so quickly and enjoy playing the game. I thought it would take a little more time for them to figure out the concept. It looks like it will take much more time for them to work out how to wait for their turn :) Five Frame file on TPT for only $2.00.
Monday, 15 October 2012
Here is a 5 Little Turkeys freebie that can be used for shared reading and/or math. The focus in on reading numbers with pictures, numbers and words. This file also has printable center activities included on the attachments tab. I am linking up with Classroom Freebies, one of my favorite blogs!
Tuesday, 9 October 2012
Barbara at GradeOnederful is hosting a 500 followers celebration giveaway! I've just entered...and found many more supercute blogs to follow! Barbara shares some fantastic ideas on her blog and you should definitely check it out!(Click on the picture) I have started to prepare for Halloween and I'm putting together a little treat bag for each one of my kiddos. Here is a little craft I like to do with paper punches, stamps and peppermints.
Sunday, 7 October 2012
This video has some of the pumpkins that my class created last year! It's hard to pick a favorite, but I really love the Mr. Potato Head! I'm looking forward to all of the character pumpkins again this year!! I have it as "an optional family project" for my kindergarten class.
Monday, 1 October 2012
We have updated our tree with owls! We made these adorable owls by taking close-up shots of the students' eyes and sticking them on a painted paper plate...and added feathers of course! It was fun to watch parents try to figure out which owl was their child! It was harder than you might think...