We made soldiers in honor of Veteran’s Day and created a Bubble Map. These are some of the books we read. There aren’t very many books out there for children about this important holiday. If you have found one that you like please let me know!
Blogger isn’t cooperating with me tonight y’all! If you turn your head to the right you can view the pictures that are sideways. 🙂
We had a great time learning about owls this week! I LOVE seeing how excited the kids get about this amazing raptor. They learn so many new vocabulary words and their parents are always so impressed with what they learn during this unit.
Owl Tree Maps
Our owl informational books.
One of our Math journal prompts.
Y’all know I totally love these schema charts. If you still haven’t read Teaching with Intention by Debbie Miller I highly recommend it!
We illustrated the meaning of a night owl. One of my sweeties said, “I’m a total night owl! I stay up sooooo late! My mom doesn’t make me go to bed until 9:00!” Kinders are so stinkin’ cute!
These are our owl glyphs. One of the questions was, Are you a night owl?
Can you spot the owls that belong to the four kids who aren’t night owls? Look closely and you will see their owls SNOOZING in the tree! I am adding this glyph along with the key and recording sheets to my Owl Packet. If you’ve already purchased the unit you can get the revised unit by going to your Purchases folder and downloading the new unit. Give me until Thursday to get the new stuff added. 🙂
Speaking of revising units…. I just finished some new spider stuff and I added it to my Spider unit on TPT.
If you’ve already purchased the unit go and grab the new stuff! 🙂