This Friday, our Kindergarten classes will be going on our first field trip of the school year. We are going to Ag. Days which is put on by the FFA. To get ready for our trip, we will be learning all about the Farm this week. Tomorrow we will practice the sight word "the" with these farm themed emergent readers.
This week I introduced the word "I" and used this emergent reader for students to practice reading and writing our new sight word. This reader also reinforced our learning about the five senses. To see this reader in my store, click on any of the pictures below.
This is our second week doing apple activities. So, today we made apple trees to decorate our bulletin board in the hallway. We did this fun activity that incorporated math, reading and writing. The students had to cut out the shapes to make the trees. Next, they cut out red, yellow or green apples and then wrote "I see (however many) (green, red, yellow) apples. This activity was a fun way to practice cutting, counting, and reviewing the sight word "see". It also reviewed the color words that we have been learning.
If you would like to grab this activity and a whole lot more, check out my Apples Mini Unit in my store.
Have you studied apples yet? And if so, what fun things are you doing in your classroom?
I am linking up with Christina from Sugar and Spice for Wordless Wednesday.
This week we have been learning about apples. It is one of my favorite units to teach. While the kids were at recess I chopped up yellow, red and green apples. When they came back to the room we did a taste test to discover which flavor we liked the best. Here are pictures of our cute little craft and graphs that we made.
Green was the winner for our classroom. Have you tasted apples in your classroom, and if so, which color won the most votes?
For the past few weeks our class has been working on learning color words. We have sang many of the color songs off of Youtube, we have built the words with playdoh and we have also completed color word sheets. This week we made books that correspond to the poem, Orange is a Carrot. I really like these books because once they are completed the students can take them home and continue to practice the words independently.
Here are the playdoh mats that we used:
And these are the practice sheets we completed:
Here are the books we made:
The kids really enjoyed making these. If you would like to see them in my store click on any of the pictures.
Last week our class read Llama Llama and the Bully Goat. After reading the story we discussed how we can be good friends. Then we made cute llamas and completed a writing activity in which we did our best to draw and write about how we can be a good friend.