Not only have the students become accustomed to our daily routine, but they have also become familiar with our class rules. Our class rules include; walking feet, helping hands, sharing spirits, caring hearts, looking eyes, and listening ears. You may hear some of these phrases repeated at home :)
Below are pictures from Thursday and Friday of last week.
At one center the students began working on their counting books where they will practice writing the numbers 1-9 and identifying sets. We started with the number 1.
|Playing with dominoes while waiting to switch centers|
At another center we played with Potato Heads!
Our third center was decorating our Keepsake Art Folders with paint dotters. Look for these to come home soon!
At circle time, we discussed how many letters are in our names. The students did a great job counting the letters and helping spell their names! We then discovered that Arabella has the most letters and Ric has the least letters.
|The line leader leading us in the pledge|
Centers on Friday included discovery magnet bottles, coloring our mini-me, and decorating the first letter of our name with torn paper. We tore the paper for our letters during morning work which is helpful in strengthening fine motor skills used in writing.
At circle time, we wrote shared sentences about the things we can do. After discovering what each person can do, we read the sentences together!
After centers and circle time, we celebrated a birthday!
|Enjoying yummy cupcakes|
Fun on the playground