Happy Saturday! I'm a day late with my Five for Friday, but I actually thought to take pictures this week, so I wanted to be sure to link up!
1. We began our second science unit this week. We had been learning about our five senses since the start of the school year. That's such a good place to start, because it's the foundation for exploring the world around us. We had so much fun with our five senses unit, but were excited to move on to something new this week....Motion! And we got to explore motion on the playground. My students were sold immediately!!
2. We completed one of my very favorite class books this week. Even though this sentence-builder book is a little tricky for some students to figure out, it always turns out soooo cute! Their little illustrations make it super sweet.
We completed two other class books this week too! I have a blog post in the works. LOVE class books!
3. We used this cute cute cute pumpkin life cycle freebie from Erica Bohrer for our interactive notebooks this week. So cute!
4. We began academic vocabulary with a bang this week! We added four words to our binders - two literacy and two math.
These great pages are from Kim Adsit.
We are really working hard on "speaking like scholars" and focusing on academic vocabulary really helps with that.
5. We did this fun early addition activity yesterday to display for parent-teacher conferences next week. I punched circles with my 1" circle punch, and each student rolled dice to figure out how many apples and pumpkins to add.
It was a great week in Kindergarten! Hope yours was awesome too, and that you are enjoying some relaxation this weekend!!