I got a reason, a reason to sing!

Hey guys! It has definitely been a crazy day today! We had a pep rally today, because a radio station collected PE equipment for us! This was great for our PE teachers, since the gym totally flooded in the tornado and some things were lost. Now, this radio station normally does pep rallies for high schools, but they came to our K-2 side of town. Someone had this really stupid great idea to toss a bouncy ball into a crowd of 600 K-2 students who were seated on the gym floor. Imagine our disbelief as we saw chaos ensue!

Anyway, I have reached 25 followers! YAYAYAYAYAY!!!!!!!!! I’m so excited, and I hope to have many, many more! Hopefully I can reach that soon in my TPT store. If you  haven’t followed me there, come check me out!

I remembered to take pictures over the last few days, so let me catch y’all up on what I’ve been doing!

 We worked on our Valentine Heart Graph (when my printer decided to run out of ink, and so did the copier, since we’re all sharing the one in the office until ours come in).

We opened up our Black History celebration by reading “In Our Skin” by Michael Tyler. I absolutely LOVE this book! It talks about how people all over the world have different tones to their skin, but we’re all the same.

This little activity comes from my Black History packet, which can be found in my TPT store. I did not choose this colorful alphabet for my packet, simply because I don’t have the commercial license for it. But feel free to add your own! It was a great beginning point for kindergarten.  

 We are also working on addition, and this great word problem was created by Deanna Jump.

I have a major headache, especially after that pep rally, so it’s off to beddy bye for me!! Talk to you soon!

Share it:
Share on email
Email
Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on twitter
Twitter

You might also like...

4 Ways to Develop Syllable Awareness

Once students have a sense of word awareness, they begin to develop syllable awareness, even though they may not know what a syllable is. By the end of kindergarten, most students should be able to differentiate syllables in a three-syllable word with modeling and practice. Let’s take a look at some easy ways to improve syllable awareness in little learners!

Read More »

FREE CONCEPTS OF PRINT LESSONS

Learn how to create positive literacy experiences right from the start!