Our first week back after winter break has been a great one- our students are excited to be back, and we are refreshed and ready to tackle the second half of the school year. We have had a lot of fun centers, here is a look at a few of them: Winter Sensory Bin Our… Continue reading Take a Look Back #62- snow sensory bin, graphing activity, invitation to create snowflakes, 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!
The weather is getting warmer and we are introducing more spring activities in the classroom! I am excited to be getting outside more, and I cannot wait to be able to bring our activities and centers to our outdoor space. In the meantime, here are some of the activities we had in our classroom this… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #35- number line fun, egg pompom sorting, bunny house challenge, and geoboard maze
There have been so many fun things happening in our classroom lately. Our students have been so creative and we have been having a great time learning and playing in kindergarten! Here are a few things that we have been up to: Arctic Small World Play Center Our students have loved playing in our small… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #28- Arctic exploration with loose parts, fishing for sight words, math loose parts, 100th day of school and more!
This Sight Word Turkey literacy center is a great way to get students reading and writing sight words in a fun way! I always find that I have to keep changing up our sight word centers because our students tend to get bored of doing the same thing over again. They loved the Sight Word… Continue reading Sight Word Turkey Literacy Activity
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
I bought the book 10 Black Dots by Donald Crews over the summer, and I was so excited to use it in the classroom! I started by reading the book with our class and counting the dots on each of the pages. Then I set up a small world play center where students could create… Continue reading 10 Black Dots
As we move into the fall season, we have set up a fall-inspired sensory bin and small world play center. I love this time of the year, the colours and the changes happening outside are so inspiring for our kinders! We are hoping to inspire our students to sort items, or search for sight words… Continue reading Fall Sensory Bin and Small World
This past week we have been discussing what belonging to a community means, what communities we belong to (families, class/school, neighbourhoods, sports teams), and the people and places within these communities. We began by discussing the different places we would find in our community and why they are important. Then students had a chance to… Continue reading Community Activities in Kindergarten