This has been a busy few weeks in kindergarten! We had our electives day (students pick from a variety of activities, and our whole school goes on a field trip at the same time), 100th day of school, and Valentine's Day! So many great things happening, but it was tiring. Here are some activities we… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #65: Todd Parr artwork, rainbow necklace fine motor, snowy bird art and building block sight words
Chinese New Year is on February 5th this year, and we have lots of families in our community that celebrate. We have a class party the day before so we can all be together to celebrate and I am always looking for new centers to do. I came up with these crafts so that students… Continue reading Chinese New Year and Chinese Zodiac Crafts
This past week was a hard one- we had 2 snow storms, freezing rain, extremely cold weather (-40 degrees Celsius), but we never had a snow day. It was tough to get through the school day when it starts with an extremely stressful drive. I'm glad it's over, but winter is not even close to… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #64- Winter Soup Sensory Bin, Beginning Sound Activity, Snowflake Fine Motor and More!
Do you need an easy Valentine's Day gift to give to your students? These punny cards are a perfect, easy and inexpensive way to give a small present to your class. Take a closer look at the cards I made for our class: Coloring Page Cards I am so excited to give these cards to… Continue reading Easy Valentine’s Day Student Gift
This week I tried something new on my Instagram with two posts that had images of all of our centers that we had set up. The first post I showcased all of the literacy centers we had set up for our morning, later in the week I showed all our math centers for the afternoon.… Continue reading Instagram Posts of the Week #63- literacy centers, math activities and more!
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!
I have had such a great winter break- I got some much needed rest, and I am ready to take on the rest of the school year! I am excited to see our students again, and we have so many great centers and activities planned to do with them. Here is a look back at… Continue reading Take a Look Back #61- Winter Sensory Bin, Lego Maze, January Homework Challenges, and more!
We have been gearing up for the holidays in the classroom, and we have started planning out all our holiday crafts and centers. I can't wait to show you what we are working on, but for now, here are some other centers we have been doing: Fine Motor Station This linking station was perfect for… Continue reading Take a Look Back #58- STEM challenge, fine motor stations, symmetry provocation, and more!
Do you get snow where you live? We just got our first snowfall this week, and it actually stuck (most of the time the snow melts and doesn't stay on the ground after the first snow of the season). So now all I want to do is take out all our winter centers! This is… Continue reading Winter Sight Word Practice in Kindergarten
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