Froggy Friends Fun
Here are few freebies I used for my Bear-y Fun Unit and a link to my TeachersNotebook store. http://teachersnotebook.com/product/kgl925/bear-y-fun I didn't create this... please let me know if this is yours. We tasted and graphed jams after reading Jamberry by Bruce Deagan. which.jam.do.you.like.best This can be used to make patterns using any small manipulatives! We used fish crackers and teddy grahams. Make Patterns
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Our Roots – 8.5″ X 11″ – Migration Map & Chart
by Scrapbook Your Family Tree 8.5" x 11" - Our Roots – Migration Map & Chart A migration map shows the movement of a person over their lifetime. They can help you better understand the person’s life story,uncover clues, and make your research look more interesting The Back of the chart gives you instructions, as well as room for for sources. Printed on sheets are 67lb, antique cream colored cardstock Acid & Lignin free
Animals in Winter Unit - Trillium Montessori
Here are some of the materials I put together to add to our Animals in Winter unit. This is a non-fiction book we will be using to introduce the unit. I might keep the cards apart and put them up on display one at a time as we talk about what it says. (Source: Animals […]
The kids loved making our hibernating bears. We started by "painting" paper bag caves that were glued onto paper plates with a mixt...
Young & Lively Kindergarten
Hibernate, Migrate, or Stay Active? Hibernate, Migrate or Adapt? I like the tri colour cave, and how the bat is bunking in for winter. I used a speech bubble coming from the bear, with the Zzzzzzs.
This week was our bear/hibernation theme. Lots of fun! If you have not read this book, you must! It is HILARIOUS! (Especially the ending... loved it! haha) Here are some of the nonfiction books we read this week to help us fill in our bear chart. We looked at these four types of bears: brown, black, polar, and panda. Here is the chart we created: When we talked about what bears ate, we did this fun little taste test/graphing activity that came from Rachelle over at What the Teacher Wants…
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