Peek at my week Valentines! And a look back at what we did this week….
So if you have looked at the last few Peek at my Weeks that we have posted, you probably can tell that the first line on this page keeps the same basic frame each week. This makes for easy planning, a predictable pattern for the kids, and a few less gray hairs for me!
We are moving right along, after a slow start in our Reader’s Workshop, just starting unit 4. I love this unit on patterns.
This page is for centers… on the top row what we are doing during centers, middle row shows what the kids are doing during centers, and the bottom row shows their “can dos” when they are finished. Like I mentioned in the other peek at my weeks, you can find more about how we manage our centers (here).
This page is our math time: Our mini lesson, what we are doing at our table, and the have to centers for the week.
This page is what the kids do when they finish up their math have to. The last row is what we are doing during our large group time.
Now what were we doing this past week? Here are a few pictures!
Fun with Groundhog’s Day
Practicing unknown words and reading smoothly as we finish up Unit 3 in Reader’s Workshop.
Playing our new Magnify It! Game…success!!!
Kim is a retired kindergarten teacher! She taught kindergarten for 30 years and now works as a national presenter. Now that she is retired, she spends her time volunteering in Megan's room. When she isn't working at Megan's school, she loves to garden and spend time with her family. She and Andy, her husband, have two children, Megan, who is married to Nick, and Tyler, who is married to Ginny. They also have a beagle named KT Ann. Megan followed in her mom's footsteps and is also a kindergarten teacher. She loves building relationships with her kiddos and their families. When she isn't teaching, she enjoys spending time with her family. She is married to Nick. They enjoy all the GA sports teams! She and Nick have a miniature dachshund named Lily Grace.
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