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
As we are getting closer to Christmas, we are having fun with some holiday centers. Our students are getting in the Christmas spirit, and they have had a great time exploring these new activities. Decorate the Tree! This simple provocation was easy to set up- some loose parts and a tree cutout. We challenged students… Continue reading Instagram Friday #22
Our classroom has been full of building, learning, exploring and art this past week. Our students have been enjoying some of our winter activities, and some new centers to explore. Take a look back on some of the things that we have been up to: Compost Container Our school gave us this composting container to… Continue reading Take a Look Back (#21)
I feel like the time is flying by, and this week seemed to be over in no time! We had a lot of fun with our math and literacy centers, and we did lots of different art activities. Here is a snapshot of what happened in our classroom. Can you make a bat? This provocation… Continue reading Take a Look Back #18
We had another amazing week at school filled with so many fun activities and centers. Here is a look back on some of my posts from this past week (I try to post everyday, so if you want to see everything, make sure you follow me!) Our students were finding potato bugs (as they call… Continue reading Instagrams of the Week 11
For our school's Canada 150 project, our class was assigned to do artwork inspired by the province Nova Scotia. Our students were so interested in learning more about our country that we decided to explore some other Canadian provinces and territories. We started off by looking at British Columbia and the artwork by Emily Carr.… Continue reading Canada Art in Kindergarten
Are you looking for a fun summer activity to do with your students? These chalk task cards are a great way to provide kids with direct, purposeful outdoor play. It contains 30 task cards with literacy, math and science activities they can do with chalk! There are colored cards, and it also includes a black… Continue reading Have Fun with Chalk!
While learning the sight word blue- we decided to let our students create their own shade of blue, name it and describe it. I didn't know how interested the students would be to create their own colour, but it turns out they were really excited to do it! We started off by just giving them… Continue reading Sight Word Blue!
We are finishing up our letter study this year with our last two letters! It is pretty exciting when our Junior Kindergarten students finish learning the alphabet and start writing. It opens up a whole new world to them and they gain so much confidence in their skills. Our letter V center was pretty simple,… Continue reading Letters V & X Centers
We read the book Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert this week and after finishing the book, we let the students create their own leaf creations. They could make whatever they wanted (they mostly wanted to make dragons) and use whatever materials they wanted. After finishing their creations, we had them write a story about their… Continue reading Leaf Man Invitation to Create (with Freebie)