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Peek at my Week – Bugs

April 12 Deedee 1 min read

Last week was a short, but SWEET week! This week we will be learning about insects!  Check out these kindergarten bug activities!

We enjoyed our lovely teacher-visitors from Poplar Bluff and Branson!
My students love it when teachers come to spend a day with us (and so do I!)
We have a lot of  THAT-WAS-THE-BEST-POEM-EVER-MRS WILLS! moments in my classroom, but I seriously think my students would vote this one in the top 10.
Here is recording of my class singing it last year.
Here is my focus wall!
I completely updated this file (It will be loaded to the bundle tomorrow).

 

 

 

4 Comments

  • We Teach Like A Rockstar April 13 at 1:31 pm

    As I prepare for another "BUZZZY" week in kinder…I want to THANK YOU for taking the time to SHARE your plans each week. Thanks again for BEEEIN' you! Amber ~ Kindergarten Rocks Blog

  • Stace April 14 at 12:10 am

    You may have answered this before, but how do you intro your centers each week? I feel like just explaining ten takes so much time each day! ( I intro 2-3 a day on a rotating schedule, but I only do lit centers and haven't figured out how to really intro math centers).

    • Deedee April 14 at 9:18 pm

      I do not explain them at all actually. I make sure all of my stations are familiar tasks. The 'I can" cards show them what to do, so there isn't a need for me to spend time discussing them. If they are new tasks, Then I intro the activity as a whole group. That happens maybe once every other week or so. Everything else is familiar. I have 10 math stations and 12 literacy stations each week. I would go bonkers if I had to explain them. ha!

  • Stace April 14 at 12:11 am

    That should say "just explaining them takes"

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