Uncategorized

Instagram Posts of the Week #69- rain cloud fine motor, rain cloud science, domino number line, spring coding, and more!

Spring is here (even though it snowed today!), and we have been learning all about spring showers and the science behind why it rains. Our students have had so much fun learning about the different kinds of clouds, and exploring the weather outside our classroom. Here is a look back on what we did this… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #69- rain cloud fine motor, rain cloud science, domino number line, spring coding, and more!

Advertisements
Uncategorized

Instagram Posts of the Week #68- sight word rainbow craft, magnet maze, math provocations and more!

Spring is finally here and I am so excited for the warmer weather! What are your favorite spring activities to do with your students? Let me know in the comments! Make sure you keep an eye on my blog to see what we will be doing. Here is a look at some of the activities… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #68- sight word rainbow craft, magnet maze, math provocations and more!

Uncategorized

Instagram Posts of the Week #40- Number Line Fun, Math Sensory Bin, Worm Fine Motor, Invitation to Create a Nest

As we inch our way closer to spring (didn't feel like it this week with all the snow and freezing rain that we got), we have been continuing to do spring activities in our classroom. Spring Math Sensory Bin We used this sensory bin last week to practice using tally marks. They seem to be… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #40- Number Line Fun, Math Sensory Bin, Worm Fine Motor, Invitation to Create a Nest

Uncategorized

Flowers and Seeds Inquiry Centers and Activities for Kindergarten

Our students were very excited when we read a book about spring and the signs of spring. During our class discussion, they started talking about the different plants and flowers that they grow at home. Since they were so excited about this, we set up a variety of flower and seeds inquiry centers throughout the… Continue reading Flowers and Seeds Inquiry Centers and Activities for Kindergarten

Uncategorized

Take a Look Back (#21)

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)

Uncategorized

Take a Look Back #17

With Halloween landing on a Tuesday this year, it has felt like a whirlwind week. We had a lot of fun centers and we had such a great time, but I am excited for the weekend! Here are a few of my pictures I shared on Instagram over the past week: With this provocation, students… Continue reading Take a Look Back #17

Uncategorized

Take a Look Back with me! (#16)

This past week our kindergarten classroom has been filled with fun activities and provocations. We also went to the pumpkin farm and continued with our fun fall-inspired activities. We have such a wonderfully creative class, and it is so easy to set up provocations for them. It makes our job so much easier, and we… Continue reading Take a Look Back with me! (#16)

Uncategorized

Instagrams of the Week 11

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

Uncategorized

Exploring Sink & Float in Kindergarten

While learning about items that sink and float in our kindergarten classroom, we gave lots of opportunity to have hands-on experiences testing out different objects and recording their results. We started by setting out a bin of water and different items found around our classroom. Students tested each object and then sorted them by whether… Continue reading Exploring Sink & Float in Kindergarten