Sunday, June 16, 2019

Weekly Wrap-Up -> June 10-14....Our K Growing Celebration and more!

We celebrated our Year 2 (SK) Kindergarten children this week at our Growing Celebration.  Here are a few pictures...








We had a sketch artist named Cartoon Bob draw our students.  He was amazing!

FATHER'S DAY SPICE RUB
We made this spice rub in a jar a few years ago and they were a hit!  This year, we took photos of our students using the Green Screen!

Click {here} if you would like to download the ingredients list to make your own.

BROWN BEAR RETELL
We are focusing on favourite stories, provocations and centres to wrap up our year.  The class loved the story Brown Bear, Brown Bear so we left out a provocation to retell it.

FINE MOTOR - PICK UP BUGS
This pick up bugs set from Wintergreen Learning came with these large tongs which I love as a way for students to work on fine motor skills.

LETTER PRINTING
We invited students to print letters in the sand using correct formation.  I didn't have any Kinetic Sand left (which is my favourite!) so instead I added some water to the regular sand!  Worked well!

SPELLING CVC WORDS - POCKET CHART
The Pocket Chart Centre is always fun so this week I decided to make a challenging activity...students were invited to use the letter cards to spell CVC words.


I just posted this activity in my TpT store if you'd like to check it out.

WHAT I AM GOOD AT....
We focused on what students are good at and what they might be when they grow up this week. 
Since this tied so well with our Growing Celebration, we decided to read some books and focus on the amazing accomplishments of each of our students this year!
 Some of my favourite books are What I Do Best! and Dream You'll Be.
We left out this writing paper encouraging students to draw and write about all that they can do and what they have improved on this year!

Download the writing paper for FREE by clicking below.


Here are my weekly plans if you'd like to take a closer look:

You can download the Week-at-a-Glance PDF version {here}.  
If you would like the editable version to modify this for your own class click {here}.  
You will need Power Point to edit.
I used the following fonts if you wish to keep it the same (free to download):


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