Back to School Centers for Kindergarten

Sooo I don't go back to school until September {hate me now...but you'll be laughing come May!} but I've had several requests for my Back to School centers so I figured I'd post them now! These centers are great for whole group, small group or independent work! There...

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Math Flowers!

Happy Easter sweet friends! I hope you are all enjoying this time in your classrooms! I worked on updating my favorite math craft and I'm excited to share the new and improved math flowers with you!! Last year, we decorated our classroom with these math flowers, but I...

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Apple Graphs and Glyph

 Shewie! What a week! We started back at school last week and I have neglected my poor little blog! I promise I will be back tomorrow with the winners of a week of giveaways! And I also have more giveaways coming up soon! I wanted to share with you some fun...

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My Gingerbread Family

 It's barely December, but I was just so darn excited about my gingerbread activities that I couldn't wait any longer to teach it!! We started our instruction by reading the story The Gingerbread Family {aaaand it's scratch and sniff!} The Gingerbread Family: A...

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My Turkey Family

Here's a fun math activity for Thanksgiving! We started with an anchor chart on "How to draw a turkey"as a whole class before the students drew them on their own. I prep my anchor charts in pencil first and then go over it with markers during the lesson. We also...

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Number Recognition Practice

 Here's a fun Halloween center that I created for my Kinder kiddos to practice number recognition, ordering numbers and writing numbers 1-20. The students will sort these pumpkins in number order They can use this number chart for guidance After they've sorted...

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Coin Caterpillars

Have you seen this adorable Coin Caterpillar that I pinned? It was my "pinspiration" for this activity! We've been practicing singing the value of our coins every morning and practicing adding the values together. I use my large magnetic money coins, place a few on...

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March Showers bring Math Flowers!

So the rain continues! Luckily it just rained last night and not at all during the school-day today, but we shall see about tomorrow! My kids made math flowers today! I saw these adorable fact family flowers on Mrs. Thiessen's blog and adapted it to fit the needs of...

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  • These play doh mats free printables are perfect activites for your kids when learning all about shapes! Children will have fun while working on their fine motor skills.  #games #learning #kindergarten #kids
  • Hooray for kindergarten printables! Use these worksheets to practice spring sight words, writing and math! They're great for homeschool activities and are 100% fun!
  • Make the most of your time management by grabbing these printable literacy centers! These centers are a great addition to your spring literacy rotations! Students can practice sight words with these hands-on stamping activities! #play #literacy
  • Read and Reveal cards make teaching reading fun! These reading intervention ideas are great for struggling readers both in lower grades and help them use their phonics strategies while reading. They are perfect for small groups, literacy centers, or intervention groups. #blendingsounds #CVCwords
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