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!
I will be going back to work on Monday after a long and relaxing break. I am excited to hear what our students got up to with their families, and we have lots of exciting centers and activities planned for when they get back. Here is a look back at a few centers we had… Continue reading Take a Look Back with me #24- Snowflake sight words, hot chocolate sensory bin, peppermint play dough, and more!
One of the most important skills to teach in kindergarten is letter recognition and formation. During our literacy center block, we usually have at least one of our activities focused on letters. Here are a few of our activities from this past month. These are classroom favourites that students tend to gravitate towards (they love… Continue reading Letter Recognition and Formation
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 are heading to the farm next week, and our students are really excited about getting a chance to pick their own pumpkins! In preparation, we have been learning about the pumpkin life cycle and we had some really fun hands-on activities using pumpkins in our classroom: Pumpkin Geoboard: Pumpkin geoboards are a great fine… Continue reading Pumpkin Activities in Kindergarten
This past week was our Welcome to Kindergarten night. We invite students that will be starting school in September to come into our kindergarten classrooms. We have centers set-up and they can explore the different classrooms. We were assigned loose parts this year and we incorporated a mix of math, literacy and art into our… Continue reading Welcome to Kindergarten
St-Patrick's Day falls during March break this year, so we have been doing some ealrly St-Patty's day activities. One of them is to make some green sparkly play dough for this great invitation to play. I used this glitter to get the play dough really shining, and some green food colouring to get it the… Continue reading St-Patrick’s Day Playdough