A nest building #learninginvitation with cinnamon playdough, natural materials, yarn, and little eggs and chicks to extend our bird inquiry.

“A nest building with cinnamon playdough, natural materials, yarn, and little eggs and chicks to extend our bird inquiry …” Nature study

Cute circle time activity, have the kids split up into groups of three and come up with 5 words that describe teddy bears, then you could talk about what you do with teddy bears

Fun in First Grade: Teddy Bear Day-do a stuffed animal day and students have to use adjectives to describe there animal!

We're Going on a Bear Hunt Picnic Box_ My Little Bookcase -- what a fun activity for the book!

Great children book turned outing idea! Bear Hunt Picnic Boxes_ My Little Bookcase

Owl Moon Lessons. Really like what they did. Especially making the craters1

Owl Moon Activities

Owl Moon by Jane Yolen. Activity: Do a lesson on owls after reading this book. Have the students describe what owls are like and put it on a big poster for the entire class. Afterwards, construct an owl project!

Colour/pattern Sensory tray - Elmer Again - could add shape tiles to rainbow rice/ rainbow pasta

Sensory tray - Elmer Again Link to pattern and colour in the creative area or maths area.

The Gruffalo classroom display photo - SparkleBox

British Columbia Kindergarten Language Arts - using new vocabulay from the Gruffalo in writing to demonstrate understanding that there is a connection between what is spoken and what is written down The Gruffalo classroom display photo - SparkleBox

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Last week I shared with you the different phonic and writing activities we have in our class. Here are some photos of the specific maths opportunities we’ve set up over the last two years.

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