Two more days. Two more days. We CAN do this!
So this week has some FUN activities in the ole' plans! We are getting our feet wet with some fractions (just equal and unequal parts today!), story sequencing, and plants!
Just a warning... this post may be ALL over the place!
So down here in our neck of the woods....we have a basal story that we read each week and that is basically where we plan from. (phonics, L/A, reading, vocabulary, you.name.it)
This week's story is all about butterflies and our objective is to be able to sequence the story using sequential order words (first, next, then, and last).
I desperately needed something springy in my hallway (seeing as how I *just* took down my snowmen last week) True story.
So on my conference I whipped up a little butterfly writing craftivity where my kiddos could do just this!
I used the title of our story in the center.... but in your freebie (keep reading!)
there will be a blank template!
And they eventually made it out into our hallway!
You can snag up this little FREEBIE by clicking on the picture below!
This week we also started the beginning chapter of Fractions!
Today we made a big chart of equal and unequal shapes (with neon paper of course) and then my babies had to create their own t-chart of two shapes (1 equal and 1 not-equal)
Nothing fancy.... but it gets the point across!
We will also be creating some fun springy fraction crafts this week... including this little froggy fraction friend!
You can snag up this craft and some other fun printables by clicking the picture below!
AND.... we are all about plants this week!
We started off by labeling the parts of our plant with a big poster!
We also discussed the needs of a plant...cause well.... you can have a plant unless you have these needs!
I had my kiddos make this super easy and FUN craftivity..... they had to identify the needs and parts of a plant:
Their projects turned out so.darn.cute!
(Here is a sneak peak of our poster we labeled)
And these of course made it to the hallway too :)
You can snag up this little craft for FREE too!!! Just click on the picture below!
And there you have it!
See... I told you this post would be ALL over the place!
Hope you can use some of these goodies in your classroom :)