Take a Look Back #55- Pompom sensory bin, turkey sight word center, fall loose parts and more!

simple pompom sensory bin idea, fall loose parts center, turkey sight word practice and hot air balloon bulletin board art for kindergarten

Here is a quick look back at some of our centers from this past week!

Turkey Sight Words

Turkey sight word literacy center for kindergarten. Practice sight word recognition and spelling with this fun, hands-on center perfect for fall or Thanksgiving activity.

This sight word turkey literacy center was perfect for practicing writing and reading sight words.

Turkey sight word literacy center for kindergarten. Practice sight word recognition and spelling with this fun, hands-on center perfect for fall or Thanksgiving activity.

Our students loved picking out the different pieces to complete the turkey, then writing down the sight words they used!

sight word turkey square preview

Pompom Sensory Bin

Pompom and water simple sensory bin for kindergarten.

This is a super simple sensory bin set-up that our students loved! We put pompoms and water in the bin, then added some sieves and we were done. Sometimes simple is better!

Fall Loose Parts

Fall loose parts set-up for kindergarten. A creative center for students to create and explore at.

Our students loved creating with these fall loose parts this past week. They made some fall trees and leaves. I love watching them use the different materials to create their own art pieces!

Hot Air Balloon Art

Hot air balloon art for bulletin board in kindergarten or art project.

We created this hot air balloon bulletin board art by having students paint paper plates with watercolors. Then I took their pictures and added baskets to their balloons to create the hot air balloons. Our students loved finding themselves floating across the classroom!

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