This week, we are sharing our ideas for Work on Writing!
Understanding the concept of the changes that occur during the fall and why. Retell the information found in the text.
Completing their own scarecrow and labeling Emergent Reader 4 - My Counting Leaf Book Interactive Number Recognition The students will be drawing or placing the correct amount of leaves indicated in the text. Suggested Focus Concepts 1. Match illustrations to the story 2.
Number recognition and one to one number correspondence numbers Emergent Reader 5 - My Leaf Book Vocabulary building through use of positional words The students will draw the leaf in the correct position according to the text Suggested Focus Concepts 1.
Use of positional words Emergent Reader 6 - Carving Pumpkins Vocabulary building In this reader the characters carve different jack-o-lanterns and each one is described happy, etc. Using descriptive language Emergent Reader 7 - Colorful Pumpkins Vocabulary building and color word recognition In this reader the students are again exposed to description and color words.
They are to color the pumpkins according to the text. Using descriptive language Emergent Reader 8 - Counting Pumpkins Concept reader about numbers and counting In this reader students must print the number and color the correct amount indicated.
Suggested Focus Concepts 2. Number recognition, one-to-one correspondence to 10 Emergent Reader 9 - Goofy Glenda Concept reader that introduces letter "Gg" within its story context Each time Goofy Glenda stirs her brew, "Gg" things appear.
Students must cut and paste the correct "Gg" word that matches the text 2. Understanding that the illustration matches the text Emergent Reader 10 - Willy the Wacky Wizard Concept reader that introduces letter "Ww" within its story context Each time Willy the Wacky Wizard waves his wand "Ww" things appear.
Students must cut and paste the correct "Ww" word that matches the text 2. The following is a quick list of all the games, materials and center activities included within the bundled pack.Fall Journal Writing: Now that we’ve been doing these activities for a few weeks she is getting very fast at identifying the number of dots with a quick glance.
Our squirrel squeezers were the perfect tool for grabbing and sorting pom poms in this easy peasy fall color sorting bin. The packet for classroom use includes the Pumpkin Worksheets for Kindergarten-First Grade AND the page set of Pumpkin Scissor Skills Worksheets. This packet for . Pre-K and Kindergarten Halloween and Fall Lesson Plans and Activities Lesson Plans Align With Common Core Standards In these lesson plan themes your eager learners will be involved in counting activities, identifying numerals, measuring, identifying beginning letters and their associated sounds and recalling names of the alphabet letters.
Free Pumpkin Crafts, Pumpkin Activities, and Printables. Pumpkins are a symbol of fall and children love this orange fruit. From their bumpy outer shells to their pulpy insides, pumpkins offer numerous opportunities for investigating using all of the senses.
Writing in Kindergarten Wednesday, August 14, Here are some samples from my Fall Words file. Love your new designed blog page.
I am thrilled to find that so many kindergarten teachers use a daily writing journal. Something I am adding in this year. Thanks for . Weather Theme - Kindergarten Writing Activity The umbrella and cloud templates found in the theme unit can be used for making shape books.
The children can write and draw or they can use words printed on each picture to use as a model as displayed in the photograph.