The first resource I used was Kim's Apple and Pumpkin Literacy Game Pack and her Apple and Pumpkin Math Game Pack. We had so much fun playing all the games. This packet has a fun "I have, Who has" game that we played.
here to see her packet!
here for the Apples and Pumpkins Unit.
We made a large bubble map as a class. Then the students painted a paper plate and got to make a small book to include their bubble map on the inside!
The apple kabobs were the highlight of the day! They got to use red, green, and yellow apples to make an ABC pattern. The best part was getting to eat them afterwards!
This was our poem focus of the week. We used the two colored foam counters to practice different combinations to 10. I cannot believe I forgot to snag a picture of that. We were busy learning. We charted the different ways to make 10 and recognized the pattern in our number sentences.
This is the chart where we organized our thinking about apples. It was a great way to introduce non fiction writing in an interactive setting!
Can you believe we did even more? In one week? I will be back with more tomorrow on the end of our week!