Yes, it was that time of year to get a handle on all the talking! My class really enjoyed the book as well!
"Mayflower Mix-up" was my favorite! We had recently had our first math benchmark and one of the hardest areas was having an equation given to us and finding the right story problem to match it. So, we matched equations to story problems as our station! They loved it and caught on really well!
We were counting nickels and pennies in "Cornucopia Counting"
Then before and after two different ways! 10 before and 10 after as well as 1 before and 1 after in ""Compass Counting".
And who can't benefit from some good old base ten counting in "Teepee Tens"!
I discovered the most useful thing ever! Take a picture of your anchor charts to help kids who don't sit near them when they are writing. When kids come to my table they face away from my anchor chart area so the iPad was SO helpful!
Yes, I am modeling our Thanksgiving Program Turkeys! The kids looked so cute!
Me and my oldest....and yes, that is wet hair! It was pouring rain when we got there! Poor girls!
I love to theme them when I can! Yay!
I love to Laminate!!!! Best way to motivate myself!
After we watched the original Grich movie for our recess break we talked about what we could have done to make the Grinch's heart grow. We had Mrs. Block's class join us! (She had never seen the original movie and I almost had a heart attack!)
My helpers! I had come up with some more Christmas stations!
Don't ask! It happens to everyone!
And of course sitting at the carpet to work!
Santa came to visit us and read us a book! "Moosletoe"
Little game of Pin the Nose on Rudolph!
Best part of having a student who's parents own Donutopia!!!