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Zoo Animals And Subtraction to 10: Schedulin’ Sunday

This week we are entering week two of  our three week animals units with our ocean animals unit and our ocean research project!   We’re also starting our zoo animals research with our zoo animals research project!  We are also working on subtraction to 10 with SUBTRACTION BOOTCAMP and continuing VOWEL TEAMS BOOTCAMP!

And as always you can download my lesson plans by clicking the image below!

Math: Subtraction Bootcamp

In math, we are starting Subtraction BOOTCAMP!  This differentiated math curriculum involves whole group practice with subtraction to 10.  Then it also allows us to provide differentiated small group or individual activities.

First, we do a circle map whole group.  Students find the equations that equal the number on the circle map.

Then, we do individual and small group work with differentiated activities.

First, for students who need some extra practice with adding, they will do individual circle maps!

For students who need a little challenge, we do our MISSION Subtraction activity!  Students go through each row and find the number pairs that equal the number when added!  They color the two numbers!

This week, believe it or not, we’re continuing our BACKWARDS BOOTCAMP!  This is where we countdown the letters of the alphabet to celebrate our year together.  Ya’ll for real.  The last 26 days of school are here.  I can’t.  I just can’t.

This week:

U-Unicorn Day

For all of the details on our Backwards Bootcamp, check out this post!  This post also includes ideas, activities, and freebies for celebrating each letter of the alphabet!

WEEKLY RESOURCES:

March Read Alouds And Book Collections

Our classroom has a book display shelf to display our books for a theme, unit, holiday, or month. I love displaying the books because the

Leap Day Activities

We love a good celebration in our classroom, especially those days and events that only happen occasionally like Leap Day! We’re really excited to share

March Center Activities

So, you have your center management system in place. It’s March & you’re ready to change centers, but what activities do you put in your