President’s Day Kindergarten Lesson Plans!President’s Day in kindergarten can be a bit meh… But last year we were all kinds of excited about it!
Abe Lincoln’s Hat discusses how Abe Lincoln had a problem, he kept losing his papers. So on our first reading we worked on identifying the problem and solution, then we wrote about it.
|Hmm… some of these…|
|Yes, one of the qualities of Abe Lincoln was that he read a lot of books.|
|Yes, Abe Lincoln was smart!|
|Yes, Abe Lincoln was nice.|
|Although this looks like a great response, the reason for her opinion was not very clear. Once we discussed it, she meant that she would not lose important papers. Response writing is SUCH a wonderful opportunity to conduct a formative assessment.|
|I would put cookies in my hat.|
|I would put baby dogs in my hat.|
|I would put my mom in my hat.|
Look at these adorable photos from Ms. Harrison at Kinder-Gators!
The students are working on the sentence study portion of the unit.
You can find all of these lesson plans and so many more in our Guiding Readers Reading Workshop units.
|Source: Party Pinching|
|Source: Lakeshore Learning|
Um… just because… sometimes you need a brain break!
Here are some resources that are perfect for President’s Day!
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