So there is only a week and a half left before Thanksgiving, and I’m packing them full of Thanksgiving goodness which isn’t easy when I have a half day off for Homeland Security PD and then another day off for . . . wait for this . . . Opening Day of Firearm Deer Season. It’s true. In Northern Michigan, they figure half the school would call in sick so they might as well have it off. It’s a cultural thing.
So in any case, I wanted to let you see some of the fun stuff we’ve been doing. Of course, I’ve linked the pictures when possible to the activities so go ahead and click away.
Angel Read says
Looks like so much fun! I want to be a kindergartener in your class! LOL! I will probably order your Thankful For Math packet… I have a small group of students I am about to begin working with, and although they are first graders, this stuff would be right on their level! 😀
Cindy Calenti says
Your activities look great! I love your sensory table this month! I think young kiddos absolutely still need sensory experiences. I’m glad you think so too!:)
Granny Goes to School
Love these ideas!!!! I am wondering how they shuck corn??? Did you dry out the corn first? I love the new holiday sight word pack. I also would like some holiday packs that help with letters and sounds…still working on that in my room. Thank you for all you do. We use so many of your things in my room!!!
Thank you so much for sharing. I was wondering about the posters in your writing center. Do they say; I see lowercase letters? Also, are they on your website somewhere?
I can’t seem to get the thanksgiving story bracelet and reader freebie??? could you email it to me?
Mrs. Wheat says
^^^ Ha! I have the same exact question!Where is the Thanksgiving reader with story bracelet? It might just be the cutest thing ever. I’ve searched pinterest, teachers pay teachers, freabielicious… I can’t find it anywhere!! Is it a freebie or part of one of your units? I MUST have it for next week! 🙂
What are you putting in your sensory table for the month of December? I looked at your past posts and love the ideas for March and paleontology…do you have a fabulous idea for December? I am a seasoned teacher who just moved to kinder and I want to make my classroom a place of learning and fun! Your blog inspires me and helps me to become a better teacher. Thank you for all you do and share!