Click here to get my 3D shapes activity!
Read on to see pictures of it in action!
Inflatable life cycle
Look how much they have grown already!
Fiction and nonfiction pair with
a butterfly story souvenir
and a real painted lady life cycle
Procedural writing & craft:
Life cycle of a butterfly
Edible butterfly life cycle!
1/2 gummy worm-caterpillar
2 candy fruit slices & 1/2 gummy worm- butterfly
Students put the items into the
correct order. After I checked them,
they got to eat the life cycle!
2. Peanut Butter
Our fiction and nonfiction pair
Peanut butter playdough!
Yummy and FUN!
Recipe for whole class:
2 cups peanut butter
2 cups corn syrup
3 cups powdered sugar
3 cups powdered milk
This made enough for 22 students
with some left over for me to eat!
I gave them a chunk a little bigger
than a golf ball.
Word work today!
Of course, they got to eat it after!
Sorry about my chart...
I just don't spend time making them cute!
I want to...I really do...but I forget...
AND my chart markers are OLD!
Dancing to Peanut Butter by Dr. Jean
Students following a partner's
directions on how to make a
peanut butter and jelly sandwich
This student followed the
directions from his partner
word for word! It didn't say
spread it around, so he didn't!
It didn't say put the other slice
of bread on top, so he didn't!
3. Geometry- Shapes
I gave students a bag of 3D shapes
and told them to sort them.
2 groups sorted by shapes,
1 group sorted by color,
and one group sorted by
shapes that roll/don't roll &
shapes that stack/don't stack.
Sorted, graphed and recorded
results using 3D edible shapes!
Check out my newest
2D shape product here!
4. R-controlled vowel -ar
Nonfiction and Fiction Pair
Gold Coin Story Souvenir
Pirate Pam and her parrot Polly
came to visit! They read the fiction
and nonfiction pirate books and passed
out the gold coin story souvenir.
This activity is from Babbling Abby's packet.
Scroll down for the link.
I had the kiddos trace the words
in glue and used multi-colored
glitter to fancy them up.
I wanted to use gold but
my gold was at home!
Caution: Students MUST lightly trace
their words or this will happen!
Here is the packet from Babbling Abby!
Click here to go to TpT!
Click here for this great freebie
from Rainy Day Learning!
It has poems, songs,
graphic organizers, math sheets
We found hidden -ar words all
week around the room and added
them to our giant treasure map...
which I forgot to take a picture of...
It led us to this pirate treasure chest
with candy bars and Starburst candy!
5. Indoor Recess with
Adventure To Fitness
(Rainy day fun)
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The kids LOVE it and stay
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Funny From a Honey
One of my students who
really struggles, looked up
from the paper he was working
on and said...
"Am I molting?
Stuff just fell on my paper!"
He REMEMBERED a
vocabulary word from
I was so proud of him...
and it cracked me up because
he was so serious!
The very next day we talked
about caterpillars molting
and I called on him to answer!
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