This week’s post is gonna be short and sweet…so I hope no one is disappointed! You see, last night was my birthday party (my birthday is tomorrow, 9/22) and so we partied late into the night to celebrate my 36 years (yeah…OLD!) so I’m beat! But I wanted to share some books and freebies with you!
This week is all about fall and leaves and scarecrows and we’re introducing addition!
We will graph our favorite leaf colors. We will label the parts of a scarecrow. We will write about being a scarecrow. We will paint a fall tree by squishing paint on our paper! We will make scarecrows. We will spin and graph leaf colors. We will make a scarecrow snack using refied beans and chips!
This is our poem for the week! Click to get your freebie!
Here is a free emergent reader about leaves!
For addition, we will be focusing on the concept of “put together.” Monday will be simple introductions with fingers. “Hold up 1 finger. Hold up 2 more fingers. How many do you have?” Tuesday will be whole group fun with dice. We will roll large foam dice and I’ll draw the dice on the chart and we will count and add. Wednesday-Thursday will be small group work with part-part whole mats.
Click to get a super fun FREE addition pack with part part whole mats, addition cards and practice pages!
Science will be testing to see what does and does not dissolve!
Foodie Fun Friday is s refied bean scarecrow. The face is refried beans. Tortilla chips for hair/hat. Olives for eyes and mouth. Lettuce for his neck.
This week’s activities can be found in these creations:
And the good news? I’m having a birthday party sale! I put all of my creations on sale for 20% off today and tomorrow!
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A Kindergarten Smorgasboard Schedulin Sunday! was last modified: October 4th, 2016 by Greg Smedley-Warren
Howdy, I am Mr. Greg. I have been teaching for 11 years. I spent a year teaching fifth grade, two years in second grade and am now in my 9th year in Kindergarten. Kindergarten is my passion and my calling but honestly, that wasn’t how it started. Read the whole story >