|I also downloaded these number cards from the same mystery blog.|
I wrote the numbers on one side of the clothespin and the number word on the other side.
|A practice page for recognizing, counting and graphing shapes.|
|Our science focus this week was on Animals in Winter. |
What an excellent book to start off this mini unit.
|We have already talked a great deal about hibernation and even have our class bear in his den hibernating with a colony of bats! This was an opportunity to talk about other animals that hibernate.|
|We charted what we know about animals in winter now. We divided animals into three groups-animals that hibernate, animals that migrate and animals that hunt for food in winter.|
|We wrote facts for our Winter Book.|
|A sample of our Animals in Winter page of our Winter Book. |
I didn't realize that the face of the bear didn't show up very well!
|I wanted to show Ms. Potts' New Year's page for our big Kindergarten Scrapbook that will go home at the end of the year. |
She saw a photo of this page on http://thoughtsofesme.blogspot.com/ and decided to try it.
The goals that the children wrote for themselves were too sweet!
|My goal for 2011 is to not fight with my brother!|
|We are adding a page to our Alphabet Scrapbook every week. |
This is "Flower in the Field".
|Dog in the Doghouse!|