I compiled links for all my free items that might help you get ready for school this year!
Sunday, August 10, 2014
This was the first school year I was able to get my room finished in just one day!
It is very similar to how the classroom was set up last year.
View from the door
Small Group Area
The drawers are book boxes.
Welcome to School hallway display
I wrote the student names on the fish.
Sunday, August 3, 2014
Be sure to check out my store during the TpT sale (Monday and Tuesday)!
I will be posting classroom photos this week. I hope you had a great summer. My summer was very busy with appointments and in-services.
Friday, May 30, 2014
Summer Break! It is finally here!
It will be a busy summer for me so I don't plan to write any new posts during these next few months. If you are visiting my blog for the first time, please take a look at the index of topics for older posts (listed on the left side). If you need to contact me, please email me or leave a question at TpT.
I hope you enjoy your summer!
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Next week is our last full week of school. We will be reading books from Journeys Lesson 29. The unit can be found here.
We will study the long o sound.
For Mathematics we will continue to study the teen numbers using activities from my lesson plans.
They are a free download here.
Lesson Plans for May 19-22
During our last week we will read the books from Journeys Lesson 30. The unit can be found here.
We will study the long u sound.
The memory book can be found here. I had to cover the bottom with labels before I printed it. I did not make a new cover for this school year.
We will complete the pages during Writer's Workshop and the students will share it with their parents during the Kindergarten Reception after the Award's Assembly.
In Math we will play Racing Bears (Investigations), Double Compare (Investigations) and Number Bingo.
During the Award's Assembly I will pass these out to every student. After all awards have been passed out the parents are invited to stay for a reception. We will celebrate with cookies and punch!
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Friday, May 2, 2014
This week we will be reading books from Journeys Lesson 28.
The unit can be found in my TpT store.
We will study the long i sound.
The next two weeks we will be learning about the teen numbers. I have a free download of the lesson plans for these two weeks here.
Sunday, April 27, 2014
The stories this week are about growing up and family outings. We will be reading these books and following up with these writing assignments. All of these units can be found in my TpT store.
We will be learning about the long e sound.
Our last week working on addition and subtraction. We are reading the book Fish Eyes and doing the activities pictured. This unit is available in my TpT store.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
I will be using the books from Journeys Lesson 26 this week. We will read Kitten's First Full Moon, Curious George Makes Pancakes, and Plaidypus Lost. The unit can be found here.
We will study words with the long a sound.
We will be reading the book Monster Math Picnic and working on addition and subtraction with word problems and math tasks. The unit can be found here.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
On Thursday we will do our annual Egg Hunt in a different way. I asked the students to bring in plastic eggs filled with candy and instead of taking them outside and hiding them, they will pass them out similar to the way they distributed the Valentine's Day cards. The students will sit in a circle with a bag in front of them and a student will place one egg in each bag. We will continue this until all the eggs have been placed in the bags. Then the students will spread out and see what kind of candy was in the eggs. Every year it is either too rainy, cold, or wet to go outside to hunt for the eggs. And if you do it inside, don't be surprised if you find a few eggs when you are cleaning up at the end of the school year!
Mom is doing something different this year, too. She asked students to bring in a bag of wrapped candy. She has a white bag for each student and is distributing the candy into the bags. She is stapling the bags closed and writing each student's name on the bottom of the bag. Her class will go outside and the students will place one of the bags (not their bag) somewhere in the grass. They will get back in a line and once they all get back into the line, she will let them go and find their bag of candy (which has their name written on the bottom). When they get back into the classroom they will get a chance to look inside the bags.
What other ways have you done an Egg Hunt?
Labels: Egg Hunt