Saturday, September 22, 2012

Peek at My Week: Apples and 5 Senses-Free Stuff Too!

Next week will be the true test!   I will be starting my small groups.  It takes a lot of preparation to get these going... but it is a good thing I know a few smart people to get my resources from.

First... I literally did a little happy-clap-hop move when I saw this one.  I am going to start this right away for a few of my sweeties!   Like many of you, I have some of my kiddos who know all of their letters and some of my cuties who do not know any.   Small group is a perfect way to service both of these groups! I will also introduce my kiddos to my sequence game.
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 My math groups will be using teacher-lead activities from this resource.
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Sara Cooley has the cutest Apple Tasting kit EVER!    Oh! My! Word! She made her own adorable clip art!   We will have a blast with this activity!
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Tammy At Live, Laugh, Love Kindergarten has a cute apple unit too!
Here is another emergent reader FREEBIE... nothing fancy!



I also just added this item.  I will teach it in small group this week as well. This will be great for my higher group who already know their letters and I want to strengthen their consonant sound identification.

I will leave it at a discounted rate for this weekend only.  Click on the picture to find  this item.

Here is how next week will look in my room!

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Click on the picture to grab these plans with source links
Have a great week!

14 comments:

  1. I *LOVE* your sequence games- I think I have all of them! My kids adored them last year- can't wait to break them out again! Looks like you have a great week planned!
    Nicole
    Rowdy in Room 300

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    1. Thank you Nicole! AND I love your super awesome fonts! This makes me want to get an iPad! I am hoping to figure out another way to make fonts without it...and inexpensively!

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  2. You are so professional!! Amazing as always!! Come check us out sometime. Thanks for always having great resources for us to check out!! Stephanie

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    1. I love your blog! Adorable! It must be nice to have some bloggy collaboration! Love it!

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  3. Thanks for the shout out, Deedee! Have a great week :)

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  4. Neat stuff! Can you please share how you manage stations? Looks like Debbie Diller??? When do you introduce all the wonderful center activities?
    Thanks! Deb

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    1. Hi Deb! Yes! You are right. I do follow Debbie Diller's format. You can see my management board here:

      http://www.mrswillskindergarten.com/search/label/Organization

      Many of my station activities do not actually change, just the materials/graphics change. If I have a truly "new" activity then I will sit and explain it with my kiddos. Sometimes I rotate the "new" ones in one day at a time. So one on Monday, one on Tuesday...

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    2. Oh... or I will teach the activity in small group (like I am with Sequence and Snap this week).

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  5. Hi Deedee,
    Thanks so much for sharing the 5 Senses mini-unit! I am just introducing the 5 Senses this week and it is always nice finding new and different ways to do so =).

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  6. I LOVE your station plans!!!!! Thanks for sharing and inspiring me to work on making mine better!

    Greg
    Smedley's Smorgasboard of Kindergarten

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  7. The station plans are so amazing! I LOVE this!

    Ashley
    The Teacher's Treasure Chest

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  8. I think Teachers Pay Teachers is great, but how do you afford all of it? I have kids in college, and I already spend hundreds and hundreds of dollars on my classroom. I just can't afford to buy $10 items from TpT also.

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    1. You can always find Free things here and there. You can also try your hand and making things. It is pretty fun!

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