When we begin learning our sight words in the fall, some days I call them "Buzz Words" and my little bee puppet helps me "buzz" when the class reads the words correctly.
Last week, we wrote, "I can be" stories. I hung them out in the hall by our May flowers.
He worked so hard using his best writing, and getting his story so perfect- and then he put that little math fact in his illustration at the last minute. :) I sort of love it more because of that "2." It is so kindergarten! :)
We also wrote our Buzz Words in a beehive and wrote about how we are busy on the back.
I would say being sprayed by a skunk would be way up there on the list of things that would bug me!
I totally related to this one because the minute I sit down to do anything, my cat starts scratching on the door to come inside! I love the little cat feet she drew. :)
I found this poster on Pinterest this past weekend- AFTER I did my activity, but I am going to remember it for next year. I couldn't find the original source as much as I tried, but it is really cute- especially for this time of year when everyone seems to be bugging someone! :)
honeycomb activity on Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas blog. I love her blog. She has so many clever ideas!
We can do so many math activities using the honeycomb cereal as manipulatives, too- adding, subtracting, tens frames. The shape is especially handy since the hexagon is now a required shape to teach in Kindergarten.
I also found this adorable math freebie from Enjoy Doing Math TPT Store. I didn't use it this year, but am excited for next year!
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