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This year my kids had so much fun reading, reciting and creating their own poems. Reading poetry is fun, engaging, and challenging. It helps struggling readers with fluency by using repetition and it helps proficient readers with inflection and encourages them to get creative and come up with their own poems. We studied rhyming patterns, alliteration, haikus, acrostic poems, and limericks. Haiku Snowflakes and Acrostic Trees Reindeer Limericks Alliteration Lights Happy Holidays!
Symmetrical Snowflake Winter Craft for Kids
Here’s one of our favorite winter crafts for kids- creating symmetrical snowflakes! Children will make various snowflakes using common craft materials like cotton swabs and white paper. This snowflake craft would be a great addition to any math lessons on symmetry, patterns, and would be a fun addition to a unit on snowflakes or winter! Follow our Math for Kids Pinterest board! …
Snowflake Symmetry, Snowman Life Cycle & More!
I guess Amy and I are secretly hoping for some snow, because it is ALL about snow in our classroom!! And our kids are really enjoying it :)...
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Snowflakes And The Start Of Story Workshop
When we came back from Winter Break, we actually had some snow on the ground! Here in Ohio, you never know if another opportunity to explore snow will come around so we grabbed onto it! I set out some invitations for the kids to look closer at snowflakes and see what they noticed! We read a biography about Snowflake Bentley who spent his life figuring out how to photograph snowflakes so he could share their beauty with the world! I showed them his life's work and they were amazed! The book…
Weekly Round-Up: January 19
Hi friends! Happy Friday! Today was our report card writing PA day and I am so glad we get this day to write! I basically locked myself up in my room and wrote all day so I feel good about the amount I got done today! I brought some assessments and documentation home, so I'm hoping to be as equally productive tomorrow :) But I'm taking a break from COL's to share some things we have been up to this week in our class! 1. WINTER PRINTING PRACTICE My kiddos always need practice with letter…