It officially became fall this week, and our classroom has definitely been a reflection of that. We have been learning about apples and their life cycles, and we have started discussing the changes we are seeing as the season is changing. Take a look at some of the fall-inspired activities we did in our classroom:… Continue reading Take a Look Back #53- So many fall activities!
Going into my second full week off of school and I am enjoying this time to relax! I thought I could share with you a few more pictures from our last week of school: Teen Number Stack 'Em Our students needed a challenge in the last weeks of school, and these teen number subitizing mats… Continue reading Take a Look Back #48- dinosaur sensory bin, teen number stacking game, and more!
Spring does not seem to want to come this year. The warm weather teased us last month, but now it has been cold and grey for the past few weeks. You wouldn't know it by looking at our classroom though! We have had some really fun spring-themed activities and centers. Take a peek at what… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #39- sight word flower garden, seed transient art, vegetable garden small world, and more!
We had lots of Easter fun in our classroom this week. Our students created a lot of different art work, played in different sensory bins and had fun in math. Take a look at some of the things we did, and make sure you get all the way to the end of the post to… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #36- Easter egg marble painting, Easter Roll and Add, Capacity Water table, and Letter Egg Hunt with Free Recording Sheet
I have been on March break this past week, and I have been working on adding new packs to my store. If you are not following me there yet, make sure you click here so you can stay up to date with everything I post. Saint-Patrick's Day Play Dough Center To make this center, I… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #34- Skype in the classroom, Saint-Patrick’s Day play dough, measurement and more!
The week coming up is March Break for me! I am so excited to have some time off to relax, nap and get some of my to-do list done! Here is what we did during our last week before break: What Can You Build? This Saint-Patrick's Day inspired loose parts center was a great hit… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #33- Saint-Patrick’s Day writing prompt freebie, math game, loose parts center and more!
This week was a short one- Monday was a holiday! So I am feeling refreshed and loving the 4 day work week! Family Frames These cute house frames were made for our families for Family Day. I pre-made the popsicle stick houses by hot gluing them together. Each student painted their house, then drew a… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #31- Family pictures craft, Sight Word Pizza, Alphabet literacy center, making 10 with paper chains freebie
I was pretty excited to reach 2600 followers this week! I can't believe how much my page has grown in less than a year, and I love sharing ideas with teachers from all over the world. It's such a great way to showcase all the amazing things that are happening in our classrooms, and to… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #29- Valentine’s Day sensory bin, heart painting, play dough invitation, and more!
Our students have been learning how to use a Sphero for the past few weeks. A Sphero is robotic toy that is controlled through apps and makes it easy for students to learn robotic basics and how to code. This is some of the things we did in our classroom with the Sphero, and some… Continue reading Sphero Robotic Toy in the Kindergarten Classroom
As we continued to learn about snowflakes and winter in general (check our last week's post for more ideas), we did some fun activities this week around the same theme. Scroll all the way to the end to find a free printable for a class book based on The Mitten! Snowflake Invitation to Create After… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #27- snowflake geoboards, owl painting, literacy loose parts, class book