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Animal Adaptations And Seasons: Schedulin Sunday

Happy Schedulin’ Sunday!  This week we are continuing our newest  research project on the four seasons with a focus on animal adaptations,  continuing Vowel Bootcamp to learn about vowels,  and comparing numbers.

Lesson Plans For Animal Adaptations, Seasons, Vowels And Comparing Numbers 

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animal adaptations lesson plans

Morning Meeting

This week our morning greeting is an animal greeting!   We make an animal sound and the class greets us by identifying the animal!

For more morning meeting greeting ideas, check out our  Morning Meeting Greeting Resource.

morning meeting greeting ideas

For morning meeting activities, check out our  Quiz Quiz Trade.  You can find our Quiz Quiz Trade resource here!

quiz quiz trade

TKS BOOTCAMP:  Vowel Bootcamp And Vowels

This week we are continuing our Vowel Bootcamp!  This week we’re focusing on long U and CVC-E words as we are learning about vowels!   As with all of our TKS BOOTCAMPs we start with a circle map.  Then we move to word building, then word writing and then we do a word match.  Our decodable readers are incorporated in small groups throughout the week!

vowels  

For more details on how Vowel Bootcamp works and how we work with vowels,  (including a video), check out this post!

For some fun, engaging Vowel centers check out our What Does The Fox Say CVC-E Centers!

vowels word work

Seasons Research Project: Animals Adaptations

In keeping with our district’s scope and sequence, we’re continuing with our new Seasons Research Project!  We will be focusing on how people, animals and plants adapt and change with the seasons.  This is a new research project for us and it’s been going so well.  Last week we focused on plants and had great discussions and great writing about plants in different seasons.    This week our focus is on animal adaptations and how animals adapt and change for each season!

animal adaptations

We will read a book about animals in each season.  We will complete a graphic organizer for each season after having the students turn and talk about the season.  The students will then draw and write about how animal adaptations in the seasons.

four seasons animal adaptations

Here are the books we are reading this week:





For more animal learning fun, check out our zoo animal research project!

animal adaptations

Math:  Comparing Numbers

In math we are working on comparing numbers.  This is a skill we work on daily in our interactive calendar routine so my kids are really good at this.  We will be focusing on using the greater than/less than symbols and using larger numbers.

We will be using our Math It Up:  Comparing Numbers resource!

comparing numbers

This week we are focused on using the <  >  = symbols to compare numbers.  Monday will be whole group using large playing cards.  We will “deal” 2 cards and record the number and symbol on the recording sheet.  The rest of the week will be small group work with playing cards and dice.

comparing numbers

For more on comparing numbers, CLICK HERE!


Read It Up:  The Day It Rained Hearts

This week we will be using our Read It Up: The Day It Rained Hearts.  Our Read It Up creations allow us to really focus on reading comprehension skills with a focus on responding to text in writing and through discussions.  These resources also contain a grammar focus.  This week our focus will be on main idea and our grammar focus will be on nouns.

reading comprehension

For more information on reading comprehension, check out this post:

For more Valentine’s Day ideas and resources, check out this post:

Mad Science Thursday

This week our  Mad Science science experiment is Brushing Eggs.  Since February is Dental Health Month we experiment on brushing eggs to see how our teeth get stained and how we can clean our teeth.

kindergarten science experiments

Foodie Fun Friday

This week we will also learn about Chinese New Year.  Our snack will be noodles and fortune cookies!

FREEBIES!

These are the creations we are using in our classroom this week!


 

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