Sunday, July 21, 2013

Math Book...Found, not Lost

So there I was, cleaning and sorting, and I found this book.
 
 Really, I forgot that I owned it. It is written to explain the meaning of the plus sign, and it is a little too difficult for Kindergarten, but it is really super simple on the first few pages. I would suggest it if you are doing quite a bit of addition in your class. It uses other "adding" words too...like "plus" and "and". Super smart.

When I went to Amazon to find the picture, I remembered that I also own the subtraction book too("If you Were a Subtraction Sign") and I saw that the author has some "fractured fairy tales" that I will have to check out. One is "Seriously, Cinderella is So Annoying"(As told by the Step-Mother). So funny!


Thursday, July 18, 2013

Throwback Thursday!


This week I want to highlight another post from long ago...

...But first, pop over to http://www.adventuresinkindergarten.com for a giveaway today!

 Fall Bulletin Board!  I love the use of sight words on this idea. I change the sentence almost every year now. 

I love to make these every year! We are always doing something different with them. This year we added a "spelling" word on our sentence strip.






Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Picture Book Linky Party: Week 1



 

Love this idea!


The first week of school, I use the Kissing Hand and various versions of the Wheels on the Bus.  Click on the covers of the books to see them on Amazon for details. :)


The famous book by Audrey Penn


Product Details This version goes with the Raffi song


Product Details This is my favorite! It is a pop-up version.....the kids LOVE it


 

The Seals on the bus...really cute


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The kids love the pictures in this one(a double decker bus!)...at the end, the family misses the bus!


*I will be linking to the next few weeks of this linky party too!


Saturday, July 6, 2013

Pinterest Linky Party!

I am joining up with Cara at the First Grade Parade for a FAVORITE  PINS FRIDAY!

 

I LOVE this pin:

Velcro...who knew?!


how_to_make_a_teepee  So great!

http://readingandwritingproject.com/public/themes/rwproject/resources/charts/writing_charts/charts/kindergarten/narrative_small_moments.jpg

 Great idea for an anchor chart...

I just love Pinterest!   :)  Pssst...giveaway coming soon!

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Monday, July 1, 2013

Summer Linky Party: Calendar in the Classroom



My favorite part of the calendar is something I added this year.  I used 7 library pockets, in  a row, with school written on the first five, and home written on the last two(with pictures). Then everyday, we move a stick to the next pocket to show the day. We use sticky notes to label upcoming special days, like assemblies, or a birthday. 

I read that this is easier for the kids to understand, especially at the beginning of the year.

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