Well, I am WAAAYYY behind with my posts. I will learn that I need to take pictures of things one year prior to each holiday or weekly theme so that I can post them on time the following year. My husband took a trip to Kansas for 2 weeks and I have been SWAMPED at BES with a book study, unpacking ELA standards, unpacking math CC standards, and shoooooo...... I NEED A VACATION!! The following pictures are a hodge podge of Thanksgiving, farm, and a few Scott Foresman story charts. I have had a few people to email me from my last post asking for copies of things or the name of stories that I use. I will be happy to email you anything that you see that the students have completed. I am not trying to sell anything, just sharing a few ideas. email@example.com Happy Thanksgivng to everyone!! You will notice on a few student writings that the blank are colored. This makes it very easy to complete a whole class interactive writing. It is an easy way to use colors as your writing guide.
Sunday, October 20, 2013
I have a Community unit on TPT and a few thing that I am posting are from that. We were able to take three field trips around our town. One of my favorite field trips is to our local Wal-Mart. Who knew they will give you a tour of their store, give the children a large goody bag FULL of school supplies, and teach them the Wal-Mart cheer. We also took a trip to our Electric Co-op. The children were able to ride up in the bucket truck. It was a great way to end our week!!
I like to give appropriate credit for things. I found these monsters EVERYWHERE on the internet. However, there are only a certain number of ways that you can make a monster. If you purchased our Kindergarten Scope and Sequence from TPT, you can see that in math we are working on numbers 0-5. I wanted a fun way to wrap up this math unit and this is what I came up with.
I know that many of you have already taught your pumpkin unit. But for those of you who may need additional thoughts, ideas, or plans for next year... this is for you!!