I have often said that my talent is recognizing a good idea when I see it. This week my plans are filled with good ideas...a little bit of everything Kindergarten and turkeys.
The ideas and activities in my plans I have found across the internet. I am so thankful for creative teachers who create wonderful resources and then share them on their blogs, tpt stores, and through pinterest. I have included links to each of these resources and ideas. Some are free, some are paid items. The paid items are so worth the cost. So without further adieu here is what we are doing.
We are still working our way through the letters and the numbers. Our routines for both are going strong. You can read about my number routine here. I love using peas and carrots to really look at the numbers. For letters we use Animated Literacy, plus Reading a-z and several other resources collected over the years for phonics and handwriting.
Content Area and ELA standards will meet while we learn about Turkeys. We will use Kathleen's Pederson Let's Talk Turkey to learn more about Turkeys and more about nonfiction. We will label the parts of a turkey using Lori Rosenberg's labeling page. You can grab it at her blog or on Freebielicious. We will be using what we learn to write about turkeys. Our nonfiction writing will start with a tree map.
Next week I am back in the classroom and I will be prepping for our Thanksgiving Feast and learning about pilgrims. This week...enjoy Turkeys!
Head on over to Deedee Wills and take a peek at what everyone else is doing.