Monday, July 9, 2012

Kindergarten, Oh My!

I have recently been assigned to teach Kindergarten next year. I'm a big mix of nervous and excited. I'm hoping this will encourage me to create even more engaging activities and remain positive. I'm excited to bring music into the classroom and center activities. Both of these things were lacking dramatically in my class last year.

Since the assignment, I have been searching relentlessly through other Kindergarten, early childhood, and homeschool blogs, pinterests, tpt, etc. It's amazing how many resources are out there for these young learners. I'd say there are much more for younger students than for older students. How neat!

I've created a few things DYI and with my Cricut. I plan to make a "Rotten Apple" game for sight words with my circut and then laminate. I've gotten other sight word ideas from around the web and made these paint chip sight word cards based on one that I loved!

If you want the list of Reading Street vocabulary words that I used you can get it here on googledocs.

My intention is to make one thing a day for Kindergarten until the first day of school. With that in mind, hopefully I won't be nearly as stressed when I get the kiddos the first day. If they're digital (and worth it) I'll post them on here to share!

For today, I made some number cards through 30. I'm familiarizing myself with these new standards to ensure my students know what the need to know and more by the end of the year. At this point, here is just till 30. I hope my students can locate, name, and represent up to 100. But, this could be a stretch. We'll see when I get them!

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3 comments:

  1. I have TONS of *freebies* that you can use. I recently shared a lot for back to school and some adorable monster *freebies*. I would love for you to grab them if you think they can help. I would love to help if you need anything. Just let me know. =)

    I am a new follower to your blog and didn't see this post when I visited the other day. I think you will love K. I am a 1st grade teacher but always have very low kiddos at the beginning of the year and do a lot of Kinder activities.

    Blessings,

    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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  3. Hi, I don't see the 10 frame number cards. Is There a way you can send the link to my email address?

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