Instagram Posts of the week #67- painting with cars, fine motor work, community display, and more!

A look at our kindergarten centers in our FDK classroom. A community co-created display for our classroom, reinforce fine motor skills, paint with cars and build with a fun, hands-on loose parts literacy center.

Next week we are on our March break, and our students are so excited to be off for a week (and so are we!) We had plenty of fun this week though, so take a look back with me at some of the centers we did:

Painting with Cars

A look at our kindergarten centers in our FDK classroom. A community co-created display for our classroom, reinforce fine motor skills, paint with cars and build with a fun, hands-on loose parts literacy center.

A super simple, but super fun painting activity! Students dipped a car’s wheels in paint, then drove it around on the paper. They loved this center, and they all worked together to cover the paper in paint.

Fine Motor Center

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Every week we change out  our fine motor center for something different. Here are a few of the activities we had set-up over the past month.

If  you would like to do these activities with your students, check them out here:

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Community Display

A look at our kindergarten centers in our FDK classroom. A community co-created display for our classroom, reinforce fine motor skills, paint with cars and build with a fun, hands-on loose parts literacy center.

Our class worked together to make different buildings that are in our community, and we made this classroom display to put them all together. They loved seeing their work on the wall, and they love looking at it all the time! It is so cute!

Construction Loose Parts

A look at our kindergarten centers in our FDK classroom. A community co-created display for our classroom, reinforce fine motor skills, paint with cars and build with a fun, hands-on loose parts literacy center.

We set up this fine motor station so that students could build with the different materials. I added the wood letters for some extra literacy practice. They loved this center, and it was so much fun to see what they made.

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